A stronger euro would not solve the eurozone crisis.

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A stronger euro would not solve the eurozone crisis.

Greece is in dire straits. It’s worse than military occupation, because military occupation you see your enemy, it’s clear. But when your own government does what foreigners do, it gets worse.

For example, when you were President yeltsin in Russia, he applied the policies that the United States wanted him to apply for, and couldn’t even protest against the United States. So that’s why the military invasion is certainly more dramatic, but much better than it is now.

I believe there is an international arena where one war is for the people’s mind. This is similar to stalingrad in 1943. We must contend with the use of economy and intelligence to subjugate human deception.

If you believe in god, you also believe in the devil. The fate of god and the devil is interrelated. Last month, we had a visit from the U.S. ambassador to the European Union. But he did not deal with the problems of Germany, France, Italy, the United States and Europe, or the sanctions against Russia. He visited us almost every Greek television station, explaining to us why we should go out of the eurozone and be good friends of the greeks for our own good.

When I heard such a suggestion, I was very afraid. We have seen what Germany has done to our country. They did it to “save it”. Now we have americans who want to “save” it. Donald Trump said a few years ago: “Germany pays for Greece, but if Germany doesn’t want to pay for Greece, Germany will have to let Russia pay for Greece.” But we know that we live in a world of deception, where everyone has competition. Politicians usually say the opposite of what they mean. You have to reverse their statements to understand what to do. I hope Donald trump is the exception. But I doubt it until he proves it.

 

A European Union flag flies above the cupola of the Reichstag building, the seat of the Bundestag, the German lower house of parliament, as tourists visit the dome of the building, in Berlin April 2, 2012. The Reichstag dome, designed by architect Norman Foster, has a 360 degree view of the surrounding Berlin cityscape. A mirrored cone in the center of the dome directs sunlight into the building, and allows visitors to see the working of the debating chamber of the Bundestag below. REUTERS/Thomas Peter (GERMANY – Tags: CITYSPACE POLITICS)

Why are so many people in Europe having problems with the eu? They have problems because the union is not in the interests of the European people. This is in the interest of its true owners. Who is the real host? They are hidden, but we know them. They are huge international Banks, huge international companies, oligarchs, elites. These forces have hijacked the idea of European integration and used it for its own purposes. Leaving the eu, however, does not mean that we will get rid of the elites.

My personal preference is that European countries can lead these forces and unite. As Charles DE gaulle put it: “we need to move from the Atlantic to the urals of Europe, so if you want, I can move from Ireland to Vladivostok. I think that’s the direction we should follow.

What can we see now? On the one hand, we see the globalization party putting the eu under NATO rule. On the other hand, the European parliament, which has been very critical of the eu, has no proposals or plans. But in the case of the European Union, it is impossible to disintegrate. European countries must work together to create a democratic, social, ecological and independent society. Only by talking about the advantages of a particular country can you solve the problem. You have to see a complete perspective.

So, in order to find a solution to the problem of complicated Europe, we should have a comprehensive strategy, which means that we must start from the international financial and americans take back our country, because it is not only the situation of Greece. Across Europe, the political elite is in control. The second thing is that we must take back the idea of European integration from those who hijacked European integration.

But we don’t need to destroy everything because we don’t like it. We must have a positive plan. The euroscepticism process is not enough. Even if they say the eu is a very bad structure, I don’t have any advice. I agree with 100%. This is indeed a totalitarian structure. The question is how and where do we go?

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