Today Sunday,21th of June,2015 3.30 PM (GMT)
Since several months Europe is the theatre of a tragic struggle between the IMF ,Euro-Group and Greece. It seems that today is a decisive day ,this evening the premier op Greece will be in Brussels ,after he met Mr. Juncker yesterday, since this morning the Greek government is in meeting.
I have being studying so many figures that a can't see them .They speak and speak the politicians also about figures ,as it was possible to see that behind the figures there are humans , what their situation is in banknotes they have rights ,human rights ,Dignity , Work, Water, Meals and freedom .There is not doubt this rights are in different ways ,not respected.
Today ,but the information is almost not relayed by the media(even not by the BBC website) , very strange ,but there are since two weeks rumors that the loans from IMF and Europe to help this country was not used for that purpose at a level of 77% ,the last figures , received this morning it's 90% !!!!this billions are gone directly German, French and Holland banks , on some to other countries , as reimbursements. So this loans ,supposed helping Greece , in fact where used to support the banks outside of Greece. This is a violation of the agreements , of the European rules by the euro-group and the IMF.so they are illegal and are not due .
If the Greek negotiators will use the argument this evening ,i don't know of course.
The other 10% ? some people think that the Greek army received it ,but this is not verified. Or are they ready to redo the little 'coup' of the colonels in 1967 ?
It is fact that Greece is a test case for all the multinationals who are very present ,behind the curtains it would be a royal boulevard to Asianate the European countries with wages as in Asia with well qualified poor workers : to paraphrase a Greek journalist ' Europe becomes a big prison ,with multinationals in command ;a paradise for wild capitalism.
Some figurers about Greece after the so altruistic help from Europe and IMF
€56bn Greece debt owes Germany
177% country's debt-to-GDP ratio
25% fall in GDP since 2010
26% Greek unemployment rate
Source: ECB, IMF, Greek National Statistics Agency