A stunning new report circulating in the Kremlin today prepared by the Ministry of Foreign Affairs (MoFA) states that President Putin has ordered an immediate deployment of at least 125 special forces operatives to Greece to “insure the protection of life at all costs” of that nations new Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras. [Photo left]
According to this report, Prime Minister Tsipras took office this past week after his Coalition of the Radical Left (SYRIZA) party won a “blowout” election victory sending shockwaves through the corridors of power in both the European Union and the United States.
Upon taking office, this report continues, Prime Minister Tsipras further “shocked and stunned” both the EU and US by holding his first official government meeting with Ambassador of Russia to Greece Andrey Maslov.
Compelling Prime Minister Tsipras to first meet with Ambassador Maslov, this report says, were fears that his life was in immediate danger from both the EU and US due to intelligence reports he’d received within hours of taking office provided to him by his own nations National Intelligence Service (EYP).
Though this MoFA report doesn’t say what the exact fears of Prime Minister Tsipras or the EYP, were, it does state that were of such a magnitude that Ambassador Maslov, acting on his own authority, ordered an immediate attachment of his own personal protection detail to that of the new Greek leader own security forces.
In addition to those special forces authorized by Ambassador Maslov to protect Prime Minister Tsipras, this report states, President Putin’s new order authorizes a further deployment to Greece of Foreign Intelligence Service (SVR RF) operatives and a contingent of specialists from the Psychological Security Department (PSD) of the Presidential Security Service (SBP).
Important to note, MoFA experts in this report say, is that the PSD is the intelligence branch of SBP that is responsible for analyzing information collected of the options about the lives risk of the President.
The PSD further mixes several selected intelligence experts from the Military Intelligence, Federal Internal Security and the Foreign Intelligence into one branch and their orders to help protect the life of Prime Minister Tsipras are authorized under the Law on Foreign Intelligence that allows them to conduct joint operations with foreign security services.
Also to be noted, this MoFA report says, is that the Federations assisting in the protection of Prime Minister Tsipras’ life is fully compatible with normal diplomatic functions as an historic obligation between Greece and Russia has long existed since diplomatic relations between the two nations have been in force since 1828, and both nations share strong social, religious and cultural ties.
Most astounding, perhaps, in this report is its detailing that Prime Minister Tsipras, nearly immediately upon his receiving Russian special forces protection, fired his first shot against both the EU and US banking oligarchs by publishing an open letter to the German people that, in brief part, said:
“My party, and I personally, disagreed fiercely with the May 2010 loan agreement not because you, the citizens of Germany, did not give us enough money but because you gave us much, much more than you should have and our government accepted far, far more than it had a right to. Money that would, in any case, neither help the people of Greece (as it was being thrown into the black hole of an unsustainable debt) nor prevent the ballooning of Greek government debt, at great expense to the Greek and German taxpayer.”
Following this open letter, this report continues, Prime Minister Tsipras “went nuclear” and declared that Greece that will not cooperate with the ‘troika’ [European Commission, European Central Bank and International Monetary Fund] of international lenders, and does not plan to seek an extension for its aid package which is set to expire at the end of February.
In striking back against Greece, however, this report says, German Chancellor Angela Merkel angrily replied that Greece could expect no further debt relief from the West’s banking oligarchs, a stance, mind you, that was countered by Russian Finance Minister Anton Siluanov stating that if Greece asked for loans the Federation would be inclined to give them.
Most critical to note, this report concludes, is that Greece doesn’t need Europe’s or America’s money to keep its budget afloat anymore, but Europe needs Greece’s money to keep its banks afloat. However, and should Greece fully break with the EU and the Euro, both the Federation and the New Development Bank (NDB) [formerly referred to as the BRICS Development Bank] are able and willing to help Greece helping it escape Western domination.
And going from the truly ominous to the absolutely scary implications of this MoFA report, though not directly contained in it, is an interview given this past week by former US Assistant Secretary of the Treasury Dr. Paul Roberts who stated that the machinations being undertaking by the EU and US in both Greece and Ukraine were going to allow President Putin to crush both the West and NATO by destroying their oligarch banking system, and as we can, in part, read:
“…right now there are a great many things in the financial system that can blow up but the real blow up is going to require flight from the dollar and the euro. Once that happens, they can’t bail out the banks, the derivatives or the sovereign bonds.
In the short-term, while they can still print money, they can keep this rigged system standing.
But the minute the value of both the dollar and the euro start collapsing, that’s when the game is over.
Both of these currencies have increased in quantity far beyond the ability of the underlying economies to provide goods and services. When the flight comes there will be no way to stave off the instabilities that currently exist in the system…”
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