Georgi Stankov, July 6, 2015
Several hours after the resounding victory of the OXI (NO) – movement rejecting the austerity proposals of the Troika, the main protagonist in the ongoing Greek drama leaves the stage. It is impossible at present to evaluate this move either as a positive consequence of the victory of Greek democracy over EU-dictatorship or as another blatant ultimatum of the criminal Bilderberg cabal that rules the EU behind the curtain to the Greek nation, when one considers some well-founded suspicions that Varoufakis might have been the Trojan horse of the western banksters and cabal in the Greek camp.
No matter how the facts lie, the cabal cannot evade the inevitable – the Euro is in a free fall and Greece cannot be saved. Any solution will be illusory as this reality as a whole because anything that is against life and freedom is doomed to die. This includes the cabal EU, the (t)euro (“teuro” means expensive in German in terms of inflation), the Empire of Evil and with them the whole Orion matrix. Each one of you should display utmost discernment in the next days as nothing is as it seems to be, except our impending ascension which is happening now.
Below is the announcement of Varoufakis to resign, published a few minutes ago on his personal blog:
Minister No More!
The referendum of 5th July will stay in history as a unique moment when a small European nation rose up against debt-bondage.
Like all struggles for democratic rights, so too this historic rejection of the Eurogroup’s 25th June ultimatum comes with a large price tag attached. It is, therefore, essential that the great capital bestowed upon our government by the splendid NO vote be invested immediately into a YES to a proper resolution – to an agreement that involves debt restructuring, less austerity, redistribution in favour of the needy, and real reforms.
Soon after the announcement of the referendum results, I was made aware of a certain preference by some Eurogroup participants, and assorted ‘partners’, for my… ‘absence’ from its meetings; an idea that the Prime Minister judged to be potentially helpful to him in reaching an agreement. For this reason I am leaving the Ministry of Finance today.
I consider it my duty to help Alexis Tsipras exploit, as he sees fit, the capital that the Greek people granted us through yesterday’s referendum.
And I shall wear the creditors’ loathing with pride.
We of the Left know how to act collectively with no care for the privileges of office. I shall support fully Prime Minister Tsipras, the new Minister of Finance, and our government.
The superhuman effort to honour the brave people of Greece, and the famous OXI (NO) that they granted to democrats the world over, is just beginning.