Monthly Archives: July 2015

Why Shäuble Should Have Been Varoufakis ‘s Best Ally

The German Finance Minister should have been the Greeks best ally of negotatiring a dignified Grexit. July 13, 2015 Yanis Varoufakis, the highly intelligent and intellectual former Greek Finance Minister, in an interview a couple of days ago says this: … Continue reading

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How Greeks Are Openly Getting Conned via Shäuble Distraction

July 12, 2015 Every good long con relies on a “Hurrah”.  See how a Confidence Trick works. An example is what’s evolved over Greeks over the last week and especially over the last 48 hours.  1. Greece began by rejecting … Continue reading

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The Amazing Insanity of the “Center” in the Greek Crisis in attempting to Defer Reality

July 12, 2015 Here’s the amazing state of play in Europe: 1. A faction led by Wolfgang Shäuble, the German Finance minister wants to jettison Greece from the core Euro-project calculating the losses of carrying it around are more detrimental … Continue reading

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Greece: TAKE THE FAVORABLE GREXIT OPTION!

July 12, 2015 It’s time for the Greek people to be adults: to put all their contradictory impulses aside  – they don’t want austerity which has demonstrably failed across the Eurozone (not just in Greece), but yet want be part … Continue reading

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Why Greece Should Negotiate a Favorable Grexit: Moral from a Modern Day Tale – Urzo and Ella

A tale of a powerful kingdom, Urzo, and Ella, who married its Prince and the choices facing them July 11, 2015 Urzo There was a powerful and seemingly rich kingdom called Urzo that was the envy of the surrounding lands. … Continue reading

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July 10: Putin on Greece

July 10th Putin Presser Q&A Question: Darya Stanislavets, RIA Novosti, Prime. Greece is going through a serious crisis. It has not yet reached an agreement with its creditors. You met with Mr Tsipras [Greek Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras] in St … Continue reading

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Greek Crisis: Battle between USG vs Germany

The Greek crisis has interestingly thrown into sharp relief the power struggle between the US Government and Germany in what the latter considers its backyard.  Who caves will have reverberations about limits of the other’s power. July 9, 2015 Introduction … Continue reading

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