EU Bravado Against Greece Will Bring Down Trans-Atlantic Financial System

March 2, 2015

The British-dictated policies of the European Union towards Greece—the financial equivalent of tactical thermonuclear warfare—are going to backfire on the British and bring down their entire system, Lyndon LaRouche reiterated yesterday. If they try to drive Greece out of the EU because it is refusing to submit to further Troika genocide, the entire European system will go into a plunge immediately, LaRouche said. The European system cannot survive if Greece is pulled out, as some in Germany and elsewhere are advocating. That is because the entire Greek debt is a fraud, LaRouche explained, and that means that the United States, and Wall Street, will also go down in a chain reaction collapse.

Worst of all, LaRouche noted, is that that would leave Obama out on the street without any clothes—and that would be a horrible sight to behold.

LaRouche has also explained that Greece—like Argentina, Egypt, and other developing sector nations with gumption—is already turning towards Russia and the BRICS, as the only viable economic system on the planet.

Such a turn has been openly advocated by members of the Greek cabinet, including Defense Minister Panos Kammenos. An additional indication of the public and private discussions underway, is the report that Greece's Deputy Agricultural Minister, Panagiotis Sguridis, officially requested of the Russian government that it partially lift the food import embargo imposed on Greek (and European) exports, in response to the sanctions. Sguridis raised the matter at a late February meeting in Thessaloniki on international food exports, with Alexei Alekseenko, a representative of Russia's Agriculture Ministry, who said he would send a letter to Russian Prime Minister Dmitri Medvedev. Sguridis said "there is a chance that two or three products will be excluded from the embargo list," the Russian news agency Sputnik reported.

                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                        

                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                        

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