We’ve made hope return to Europe. — Yanis Varoufakis
Sunday’s referendum will take place under a kind of financial warfare not seen in the history of modern states. — Paul Mason
Greece is being subjected to economic terrorism by the EU.
In a deliberate attempt to force a YES vote, last weekend ECB turned off the money to the Greek banks, forcing a run on the banks and banks to be closed for five days.
The Greek government was forced to close its banks after the European Central Bank, whose job is technically to keep them open, refused to do so. The never-taxed and never-registered broadcasters of Greece did the rest, spreading panic, and intensifying it where it had already taken hold.
Threats if Greece votes NO, will be kicked out of the euro, kicked out of EU.
Martin Schultz, German President of the European Parliament, has told Greeks to vote YES, to remove Syrizas, and replace with a government that will do the bidding of the EU. What he is calling for is a coup against a democratically elected government and the EU is only too will to use economic terrorism to achieve their objectives of a coup.
Schulz on Thursday told German Handelsblatt business daily that “new elections would be necessary if the Greek people vote for the reform programme and thus for remaining in the eurozone and Tsipras, as a logical consequence, resigns.”
The time between the departure of Tsipras’ hard-left SYRIZA party and new elections would have to “be bridged with a technocratic government, so that we can continue to negotiate,” Schulz was quoted as saying.
“If this transitional government reaches a reasonable agreement with the creditors, then Syrizas time would be over,” he said. “Then Greece has another chance.”
On the one hand the corrupt elites, wanting to destroy Greece, dictating how Greeks should vote.
On the other hand, across Europe, support for Greece in their stand against the EU.
On Friday, Greek flag was unfurled in front of the Elgin Marbles in the British Museum, the looting of Greece has to stop, vote NO.
In Athens, a massive demonstration calling for a NO vote.
In London today and across Europe, demonstrations in support of the Greek people and a NO vote.
All we can do now is hope and pray that Greeks show courage, do not buckle under intimidation, back their government and loud and clear say NO to he EU.
It is not only Greece, at stake across Europe is democracy.
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