In a really interesting article at defencenet which uses the analysis of Russ Winter, it is mentioned that a Grexit is underway and can become true as soon as next weekend.
An impressive … “Honest” article entitled “The US Looks To Exploit The Greek Re-Default”, the valid analyst Russ Winter published in various media that the U.S. cooperate with the analyst a few days ago.
And we say “remarkably honest” because that just says the highlight has to disclose or the successive notes defencenet.gr, but worried … victim, ie Greece to the energy and monetary control games in the country.
Exactly the same (role Clinton Mornigkstar role, relationships Clinton-Mornigkstar, effort on the part of certain circles of the U.S. to control the Greek economy by leaving the euro, the role of the bridge that the U.S. reserve for Greece in case of prolonged operations in Middle East etc etc) are described in the article by Russ Winter, whom he referred to some figures for the existence of oil deposits in the Ionian Sea, not only encouraging, but rather …optimistic: It refers to 22,000,000,000 barrels of oil.
Let’s look at the article and will then move on to some observations:
“A geopolitical drama led by oils that” newly discovered “and the bad debt that is unfolding around the eastern Mediterranean, and may be a game of” change “for Greece. Preliminary estimates show that there are 22 billion barrels of oil in West Greece under the Ionian Sea and about 4 billion barrels of oil under the North Aegean Sea, according to Global Research.
So, presuming that the bankruptcy / restructuring will happen soon, maybe even on 20 August with the final blow to the bondholders of the EU is also a Grexit on paper. “
The original article from Russ Winter that defencenet.gr is quoting can be found in english here to save you the trouble of google-translating it.
The U.S. Looks To Exploit The Greek Re-Default
A geopolitical drama driven by newly discovered oil and bad debt is unfolding around the eastern Mediterranean, and it may be a game changer for Greece. Preliminary estimates indicate there are 22 billion barrels of oil offshore of Western Greece below the Ionian Sea and some 4 billion barrels of oil below the Northern Aegean Sea, according to Global Research.
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