October 12, 2015
*TAP: Trans Adriatic Pipeline
An unbelievably cynical confession made by the German mainstream media, confessed that the international usurers are keeping Greece on life support in the Euro, so that they can successfully seize her natural wealth and Europe’s energy supply!
“Their hopes for the Trans Adriatic Pipeline are for nothing… only the rich will benefit”
The German mainstream media is using harsh language about Greece remaining in the Eurozone, with a well-known financial website stating “Greece’s future in the Euro is necessary, to supply Europe with energy”.
In a report, the financial website Deutsche Wirtschafts Nachrichten supports that “the rescue of Greece is not a political project” but has to do with natural gas and the European Union’s desire to be freed from dependence on Russia, through the TAP* pipeline which will pass through Greece.
“In order to not jeopardize the project due to Greece’s collapse, the country is being kept in euro. The sad truth for the Greeks is that the issue is their country, not the people”, the report goes on to say, “TAP* will not bring changes to the lives of the Greeks – they will continue to deal with austerity”.
Subsequently, the German site claims that new job positions may be promised in Greece by the companies that will take advantage of TAP*, but the reality is “for most Greeks, they won’t see any degree of true improvement in living conditions. They will continue to deal with austerity programs”, said the report. “Only the rich will benefit, as always”.
Instead, the only ones who will benefit in Greece, according to Deutsche Wirtschafts Nachrichten, are the elite, who “as they’ve been doing for 100 years now, accumulating funds from abroad in their bank accounts, without ever bringing Greece above the level of a developing country.”
Rheinische Post: “Germany is an economic superstar- How can she have the same currency as the Greeks?”
The second “slap” Greece received from the German mainstream media was from the Düsseldorf newspaper Rheinische Post, which in response to a report by the World Economic Forum on competitiveness, where Germany ranked 4th and Greece 91st noted that:
“For countries with such different competitiveness, such as Germany, which is an economic superstar and Greece, there can’t be a common currency. The political intention before was, however, different. The way back is not an option. However, now the cost is just as high”, communicated Deutsche Welle.
Source: Κοινωνικός Εθνικισμός (Social Nationalism)