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Monday, 6 July 2015

6 July 2015. A Reply to a Question About Greece

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Got this query from a friend:

I’m sure Putin will help Greece, but I don’t get why Varoufakis decided to resign.

I replied:

Easy peasey… to discombobulate the Americans and banksters. This will force some shifting of gears on the EU’s part, which buys Greece more time. VVP’s intent is to break NATO and the EU… you can see that. He’s striking where NATO is weakest. The friendliest nations outside of Serbia and Montenegro are Spain, Italy, and Greece, all with large leftist elements that Russia could use in case of war with the West. That’s why VVP has been “crazy like a fox”… he’s made himself look like a peacemaker to European left elements. The West has fallen for VVP’s stratagem… the Anglos have made themselves look crazy warmongers whilst VVP looks like a reasonable European moderate. VVP is a black-belt judoka… judo utilises the STRENGTH of one’s opponent to bring them down. This is NOT a single-shot competition… it’s a long full-scale series of matches (but without shooting as of yet), and only Russia understands that.

The stupidity and impetuosity of Chilly Hilly, McCain, Kerry, Cruz, Obama, Rubio, Biden, and Bush Junior is on parade for all to see. That’s what VVP is up to. He’s positioning himself as a sane alternative to Anglo craziness. VVP is playing the Long Game. The Anglos are congenitally unable to do that (except for Zbig and Soros, but they’re both émigrés, aren’t they?). Vova does have the cards and he’s playing the Anglos like a fiddle…



Putin and Tsipras Discussed Outcome of Greferendum on Bailout Deal

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On Monday, the Kremlin media office said that President V V Putin discussed the outcome of the Greek referendum with Hellenic Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras, and expressed his support to the Greek people in overcoming future difficulties in the country. On Sunday, more than 61 percent of Greek voters rejected the lender-proposed bailout plan, which stipulated spending cuts and tax increases in exchange for further financial assistance to the country. Several rounds of fruitless talks between Athens and its major international creditors (the European Central Bank, the International Monetary Fund, and the Eurogroup) preceded the referendum. The Kremlin statement noted, “[The sides] discussed the outcome of the referendum that took place in Greece on the conditions of international creditors providing Athens with financial aid, as well as several issues of further development of Greek-Russian coöperation”.

6 July 2015

Sputnik International


OFFICIAL Congratulations of the DNR Ministry of Foreign Affairs to the Greek People on the Recent Referendum in the Hellenic Republic

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The DNR Ministry of Foreign congratulates the Greek people on the referendum held on 5 July 2015

Dear citizens of Greece!

Please accept our sincere congratulations on this significant event! Because of a democratic and fair referendum, the world community now knows the Greek people’s opinion regarding the future of their state. In a difficult time for your country, you were able to come together to resist outside forces attempting to impose alien obligations and conditions upon your state. Thus, you showed a good example of national consensus and unanimity. We believe that the referendum is a harbinger of a new era that will mark real progress and prosperity for Greece. We wish you stamina, fortitude, and determination in defending your national interests.

A I Kofman

DNR Minister of Foreign Affairs

6 July 2015

Official website of the DNR Ministry of Foreign Affairs


6 July 2015. Greece Gives the Moutza to the Banksters!

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The moutza is the pits of Hellenic insult. NOTHING is lower (or higher, depending on one’s POV). A 61 percent “NO” vote is decisive. It means a 22 percent difference between the “yes” and “no” factions… that’s nearly two-thirds AGAINST “austerity”. No one knows what this means, save for the fact that Greece won’t endure any more sacrifices so that banksters can profit off their pain. No one knows what this portends for the EU, the Euro, or NATO. I can see why VVP is being so cagey… he’s been stalking BIG FISH. If he can disconnect Greece from NATO, he might win over Bulgaria and Romania, too. Stay tuned… there’s FAR more to this than what the lapdog Western media is telling you.


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