Banksters' plan fails in Greece – will Berlin deploy "protection forces"?

On the Relevance of Democracy

ATHENS/BERLIN (Own report) – In the run-up to new elections in Greece,
the German elite is discussing various scenarios involving the use of
force to ensure control over Athens, including the establishment of a
protectorate or the deployment of “protection forces” in that southern
European country. The German austerity dictate, pushing Greece into
destitution, is provoking growing popular resistance, which,
apparently, can no longer be suppressed with democratic means. Berlin
has failed in its efforts to force Athens into subordination by
threatening to withdraw the Euro, as much as with its demand that
Greece combines its parliamentary elections with a referendum on the
question of remaining in the Euro zone. Berlin categorically rejects
the option of retracting the austerity dictate and replacing it with
stimulus programs, as is being demanded by leading economists world
wide, even though the exclusion of Greece form the Euro zone threatens
to push the currency, itself, into an abyss.

By piotrbein