Sunday, 5 July , 2020

Greek bail-out program

Germany and the Banks destroy Greece (2010, 2015), now they want...

The article we are publishing below is the third in a series inspired by Costa Gavras' film Adults in the Room and the publication...

Goldman Sachs and Eurogroup 2015: Kafka in the Room!

By Dimitris Konstantakopoulos March 17, 2020 In a previous article we argued that the Greek “bailout” program, the Loan Agreements and the “memorandum of understanding” imposed...

Eurogroup 2015: the birth of post-modern totalitarianism

By Dimitis Konstantakopoulos March 12, 2020 If there was a tribunal for crimes during peacetime similar to the Nuremberg Tribunal, one of the first cases to...

Greece: Drone soars over thousands of ‘NO’ protesters as referendum looms...

Ruptly’s drone captured thousands of people flooding Syntagma Square in Athens, Friday, in support of a ‘no’ vote in the upcoming bailout referendum. Greek...

La crise grecque : Première «bataille» d’une «guerre» pour l’Europe –...

De Dimitris Konstantakopoulos 20 Mars 2010 «Nous ne mourrons pas pour Dantzig», disaient les Français il y a soixante-dix ans. «Nous ne paierons pas pour les...

La crise de la dette grecque est-elle enfin terminée ?

The Greek Debt Crisis is Finally Over. Or Is It? Par Dimitris Konstantakopoulos 04.07.2018 La Grèce existe encore, même décapitée, sans chefs, ni forces ou intellectuels capables...

The Greek Debt Crisis is Finally Over. Or Is It?

By Dimitris Konstantakopoulos 04.07.2018 Greece still exists, albeit decapitated, without leaders, forces, or intellectuals to articulate its truth and its rights. And as it has proved,...

Des profits sur la Grèce

21 août 2018 par Eric Toussaint J’ai perdu beaucoup de plumes dans la crise de la dette depuis 2010. Ce qui ne m’empêchera pas de...

Genocide of the Greek Nation

By Paul Craig Roberts August 21, 201 The political and media coverup of the genocide of the Greek Nation began yesterday (August 20) with European Union...

The Greece Bailout’s Legacy of Immiseration | by James K. Galbraith

Note from the author: As friends have quickly pointed out, the situation is even worse than described here. Quarterly reviews by the troika will...