From Strauss-Kahn To Varoufakis: Greece Needs A Different Strategy

    نشرت 2 03, 2015 مؤلف CEO

    Dr Nicolas Laos

    Partner (Expert in Geopolitics and World Security),

    R-Techno private intelligence company

    In 2011, the euroatlanticist establishment and the “funds international” deconstructed the political and public hypostasis of the then IMF C.E.O. Dominique Strauss-Kahn (through a sexual scandal), because the latter, even though he was subscribing to the dark economic “orthodoxy” of the IMF, argued for an IMF with “human face” (or rather “human façade”), and, in the context of his intention to participate in the French presidential elections, he was opposing the uncontrolled expansion of the U.S. influence over European affairs. The euroatlanticist establishment and the “funds international” do not tolerate deviations from the established rules and oppose critical thinking, even if critical thinking complies with their strategic goals.

    In 2015, the Greek Minister of Finance Dr Yannis Varoufakis, like Strauss-Kahn, has a critical attitude towards the very institutions whose policy he fundamentally endorses, namely the Troika (EU, ECB, and IMF), and he argues for a Troika with “human face” (or rather “human façade”). Varoufakis, as an economist, has had significant affiliations with the well-known liberal globalists Bill Gates (the boss of Microsoft) and George Soros (the notorious financial speculator turned into a political scholar who criticizes aspects of capitalism). Moreover, one of Varoufakis’s advisors, Ms Elena Panaritis has worked as an institutional economist for the World Bank in Peru, where her reforms program was implemented by Fujimori’s junta, and it included not only a program of state-sponsored austerity but also a program of cultural subversion of Peru.

    After the failure of several previous governments to give effective solutions to Greece’s major programs, Varoufakis and his team seem capable of improving the living standards of certain social groups, but they cannot solve the structural problems of the Greek economy. The structural problems of the Greek economy stem from the catastrophic impact of the European Economic Community/European Union and the Eurozone on the Greek agricultural and manufacturing sectors and from the geostrategic, political and cultural subjugation of Greece to euroatlantic elites (NATO and the Frankish, or Franco-German, axis).

    In the present essay, we analyze the cases of Strauss-Kahn and Variufakis in the context of the broader issue of the euroatlanticist elites, and we propose nine strategic measures for the restructuring of Greece. These strategic measures include Greece’s exit from the Eurozone and gradually from the European Union, too, and its integration into the BRICS system and the Eurasian Economic Union, the elaboration of a national plan for agriculture and manufacturing in the context of the Eurasian Economic Union, the development of transportation infrastructures in the context of the BRICS and the European geoeconomics/geopolitics, the restructuring of the financial/banking sector, and a cultural revolution for the spiritual training of the Greek citizens in order to rediscover their identity in the context of their Byzantine heritage. Intimately related to the previous strategic program for the restructuring of Greece is the forging of a strategic defence alliance between Greece and the Russian Federation along the lines of the Collective Security Treaty Organization and the Organization for Security and Co-Operation in Europe.

    From Strauss-Kahn To Varoufakis: Greece Needs A Different Strategy

    No tags added.