by James Hall
The resounding victory of Alexis Tsipras in the Greek election was certainly a referendum that rejected the austerity demands placed on Greece by the European Union.
The Wall Street Journal says the following, in 'Syriza Win in Greek Election Sets Up New Europe Clash.'
What informed political onlooker did not see this coming?
The EU acts as if it was a Holy Roman Empire using some very unholy demands and requirements. Since Greece has a laid back culture, the notion that imposing a rigorous German work ethic on the Mediterranean city-states is about as shortsighted as allowing a popular vote in the cradle of Democracy.
If the EU wants to be the seat of the Banksters New World Order, rectifying this oversight needs to be part of any additional rollovers of the debt.
The NYT reports on the German reaction to this election, in 'Greece Chooses Anti-Austerity Party in Major Shift.'
Sounds like NATO Panzer tanks may need to surround the Acropolis. At issue is the next round of payments and exactly how far Tsipras' new coalition government will push back.
From the socialist French press, Greek radical-left leader vows to end 'humiliation and pain', the precedent dispute provides a look at the agenda that will be fought over.
At stake is the ability of the EU to continue their centralization dictates in the face of public resistance.
The victory of SYRIZA provides encouragement for similar movements from Spain, Portugal to Italy. However, such self-government enthusiasm flies in the face of the institutional power of the blue-blood aristocracy of financial elites, who in the past have never hesitated waging war to suppress independence sentiments.
The term Grexit is introduced to forewarn the op-out of the EU option.
Further explanation is elaborated in 'Greece Lightning - Six things you Need to Know about Syriza's Victory.'
Hugo Dixon in Grexit still unlikely after Syriza win takes another viewpoint.
His outlook is based on the assumption that "no head of government in the other euro countries wants Greece to leave", so some kind of accommodation will be offered to appease the factions that resist their inordinate debt burden.
Oh the horror of a country leaving the European Union and chucking the EURO.
The factual consequences of Greece exiting the EU should not be gauged solely in economic terms. The limits upon which the Bilderberg oligarchy will tolerate liberation dissent become the decisive price and test of brute power in this battle for autonomy.
The Greek version of socialism is surely no model for economic prosperity. Nonetheless, the systematic fleecing of Greek assets by the vultures preying on the misery from the 2008 crash has yet to be put back in balance.
The viability of EU Bonds Rollover Debt with a Chinese Bailout makes the case why the EU is vulnerable to the mountains of their own obligations.
The most likely outcome from the election of Alexis Tsipras is that a rescheduling rather than a reduction in the amount of indebtedness will take place. The EU Rothschild band of thieves knows no forgiveness, when it comes to collecting on their phony debt created currency loans.
The brave Spartans saved civilization at Thermopylae.
It is doubtful that type of campaign can be fought again by today's Greeks.