Germany Says Greeks Who Desire to Escape Debt Trap are “Divorced from Reality”

Andrew Anglin
Daily Stormer
January 31, 2015

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Greece is presently in worst condition than most third world countries (outside of Africa and excluding Black Caribbean nations). Poverty has soured, there are people living in caves, grown men are living with their parents, huge percentages of the people have turned to drugs, no one feels like they have a future.

The Jews have presented them with one option: pay us forever.

Germany and Merkel in particular serve as the figurehead for these Jew debt masters, and they have come out and said that there is zero option for debt forgiveness.

The newly-elected Syriza has not officially demanded this, but the fact that this was a part of their platform is the only reason they got elected.

AP:

“The discussion about a debt cut or a debt conference is divorced from reality,” Martin Jaeger, a German finance ministry spokesman, said in Berlin.

Jaeger said Greece was obliged to abide by the terms of the bailout program agreed by previous governments or endanger the bailout program. Without the rescue loans from its fellow eurozone countries and the International Monetary Fund, Greece would go bankrupt.

“If the measures announced by the new government in Athens were implemented, then one has to ask whether the basis of the program wouldn’t be called into question and therefore pointless,” he said.

Jeroen Dijsselbloem, the Dutchman who chairs eurozone finance meetings, met with Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras and his finance minister, Yanis Varoufakis. Dijsselbloem was joined by Thomas Wieser, head of a group of eurozone officials that has dealt extensively with Greek bailout negotiations.

Tsipras’ new government has already said it will not move ahead with several planned privatization projects or aim for budget surpluses required to pay down Greece’s massive national debt.

Syriza has also promised to break off talks with bailout negotiators from the “troika” — the European Commission, European Central Bank and IMF — and seek negotiations directly with eurozone governments to try and cancel more than half the bailout debt.

“Real negotiations have only just started and they are not just between Greece and Germany but with the entire European Union,” Greek government spokesman Gabriel Sakellaridis said Friday.

“The Greek people have voted to escape from the quagmire of this toxic bailout.”

European officials say they expect Greece to repay the money in full.

What none of these people ever mention is that Greece never voted for this debt. The whole reason they needed the bailout in the first place was because they couldn’t pay back debt they had acquired decades ago when the EU and IMF came and offered them apparently free money for infrastructure projects and such. That was not voted on either.

The Greek people are being held in literal bondage with all type of insane new taxes solely because of agreements Jews in their own government made with Jews in other governments and Jew bankers.

The Greek people owe nothing because they never agreed to anything.

The good news is, Syriza is definitely going to crack and join the establishment, leaving GD as the only remaining anti-austerity party and thus the default next government of Greece.

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