Economic and Political Intrigues
Why is John Kerry so eager to convene an emergency summit on Syria now when the war has been dragging on for four and a half years?
Is he worried that Russia’s air campaign is wiping out too many US-backed jihadis and sabotaging Washington’s plan to topple Syrian President Bashar al Assad.
The Anglo-American press reports on an internal NATO study (dated June 2013), which takes stock of Syrian public opinion .
The study shows that 70% of Syrians support President Bashar al-Assad, 20% adopt a neutral position and 10% support the "rebels."
The recent arrival of the Russian Marines and Air Force to the Syrian port-city of Tartous has generated a significant amount of interest around the world, as the possibility of Russia’s direct military intervention becomes the focal point of the war on ISIS (Islamic State of Iraq and Al-Sham
The "left" is false-opposition to mislead the poor and the "right" is false-opposition to mislead the middle-class. Both the left and the right are controlled by the big financial interests whom the poor and the middle class would join in opposing if they were not divided by the left-right deception. We see this clearly in the way the left has betrayed the people of Greece.’
Well sadly looks like Tsipras has sold himself to the evil Troika and will renege on his promises to his people. He was certainly set up and as the Troika anticipate, he will be forced out by betrayed protestors. Tsipras shamefully lost his opportunity, his MANDATE from the Greek People to free themselves from the EU/IMF stranglehold and exit the EU, independent and he couldhav struck a great alternative deal with Russia and China. But this stupid obsession to stay within Europe, be part of Europe, the White Man’s exclusive Club will be Greece’s demise and Tsipras’s downfall as he vainly courts favour with Germany /Troika!! WHAT A precious lost opportunity
Alexis Tsipras reshuffles cabinet to get rid of bailout dissidents:
The Greek prime minister has sought to rid his government of hardline leftists who oppose further austerity, reshuffling his cabinet barely 48 hours after dissidents broke ranks over a draconian bailout deal for the debt-stricken country.