MEP SAYS GREEK DEBT CRISIS DESIGNED ‘TO BRING THE GOVERNMENT DOWN’
A Syriza MEP says talks between Greece and the Troika have been ‘theatre’ designed to bring the Syriza government down.
Professor Kostas Chrysogonossays the EU, ECB and IMF are responsible for a ‘post-modern coup d’etat’ and are demanding ‘unconditional surrender’ in the form of more austerity which would not be accepted by the Greek parliament.
If a final 7 billion euro bailout package is not released by next Tuesday, it means Greece will default on its debt.
Talks between Eurozone finance ministers are due to resume at lunchtime.
But Professor Kostas Chrysogonos says Greece’s lenders never had any intention of giving Greece a fair deal.
“This was all a theatre from the beginning to bring the government down, in one way or another, and put the blame on the Greeks” he said.
“The European elites are decided to build a new Europe based on fear” he added.