Thursday, March 21, 2013

Cyprus: The German Checkmate

Cyprus: The German Checkmate

Many talking heads have not slept a wink or a minute in their effort to wax endlessly on the Cyprus conundrum . They point out endlessly that this could lead to runs on the banks throughout southern Europe and that this would hit Russian money the most.

In truth, I say to you, listen not to these useful fools of the Prince of Lies. While they give you a few ounces of truth, they sell you tons of lies to lead you into the fog and away from the truth of what you are witnessing and it is something much much worse than what they are proposing.

The truth of this move by Brussels, in other words by the Franco-Prussian alliance, is much more sinister and much more Byzantine. Let us explore.

We are told that the majority of the money here is Russian. That is not the truth. Russian monies are over $40 billion but are mostly tied to companies not individuals, though those are not in short supply either, but the biggest investors are the British who have over $120 billion in Cyprus. So on one level this a Eurobank move to close down a perfect off shore and push out not only the external competitor Russia but also the more dangerous internal competitor the UK. 

For Russia, in all truth, this is not a disaster, it is a small gift, though it was never meant to be such. President Putin has long been talking about repatriating the various off shore funds, however, no one knew how to do it. Enter the Franco-Prussians.

Russia is not react loudly not because it is weak or because some oligarchs are taking out hits on EU officials, though this last can not be rules out when people lose hundreds of millions of dollars to government and banker thieves.  Contrare, the Russian government is quite happy with this theft and the higher corporate taxes. While not all the money will return, a large portion will and the outflow to Cyprus and the rest of Europe, which can equally be hit with the same out and out theft, will slow. Indeed Europeans will look to Russia as well as the usual US and UK safe havens. 

On top of this, Russia is now seen as the hero and Orthodox brother of Cyprus for its various loans and the EU and the Germans in particular, as the enemy. The crowds standing outside the Cypriot parliament are waving Russian flags.

A win-win for a relatively small price.

For the Uk, this is only a lose lose as the Franco-Prussians out maneuver them and drive them further out of Europe and thus devaluing the cause of Anglo finance. That the British will seek revenge is a given. That revenge will not be hit contracts, what it will be is the traditional British role in the world. As the UK gets further and further pushed out of direct European politics, they will take up their usual role of spoiler of the peace. The British will move to create strife and cause war.

As for Cyprus, they are screwed regardless. By simply bringing this up for actual and realistic consideration, they have done unrepairable damage to their reputation that will take decades to fix, even as they have refused this blackmail. Of course the vote against was only the first battle and the EU is not done with them yet. Their economy, already damaged is now ruined, and thats exactly how the Franco-Prussians want it.

The roots of their evil runs much much deeper than just theft of bank accounts.

By destroying the credibility of Cyprus, through their puppets, they are making sure that Cyprus will be in to weak a position to grow and profit from the bonanza of gas wealth that is just now being developed. By driving the government and the economy into total ruin, the Franco-Prussians are making sure that they will be in position to become masters of that wealth. They will then attempt to route that gas to themselves and the Turks, thus further driving out the British and their North Seas gas and the Russians from the European market, while making trillions off of their own people.

Further, by leaving the door open to further grabs of depositor cash throughout Southern Europe, they are absolutely guaranteeing bank runs and collapse. But why.

Quite simple, actually.

What they are creating is absolute Ruin in the PIIGS and this is what is desired. The next round of credits will be more of the Greek variety, where Brussels, as the agent of the Franco-Prussians, will take full financial control of those nations, turning them into nothing more than vassals of the reborn Charmlamainian Empire, otherwise known as the Holy Roman Empire,  mark two.

What they are doing is building Fortress Europe, first financially and than soon militarily. The military will be in the guise of keeping peace in the vassal states. They are pushing us Russians, as well as the British, Americans and Chinese out to create their own monopoly, the desires of the slave people's be damned.

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Anonymous said...

as an american am to ask why bother saving money in a bank at all?

meanwhile the rape and looting goes on

who needs a zombie attack....


am I to be serious or jesting on all this?

Anonymous said...

Interesting times ahead. The pace is quickening and a lot of people will die before its over.

As usual Putin towers over the scum 'leading' the west. Interesting that French cops raided Lagardes apartments.

The US and UK are no innocent bystanders : Bernanke has been showering billions in dollar - swaps to prop up the Franco-Prussians as you call them.

Unknown said...

It is characterizing, what you explain to this article- if that is the reality- your understanding of political correct and fair.Russia is being considered on a win win situation based on economical death of a nation that is not responsible that Russian tycoons have chosen to go there.And as I read today they put in to the scene Turks and Russia's relation with them.Bravo!I just recall your screams .Bravo!

Anonymous said...

"On top of this, Russia is now seen as the hero and Orthodox brother of Cyprus..."

Before anything else, I have to inform you that I am Greek.

The vast majority here in Greece - and as far as I know the same thing happens at Cyprus, too - hears from TV and reads at the internet that Russia is either:

1. Tries to gain as much profit is possiple from this situation,


2. Reluctant to help because she cares more about her relationships with EU.

I don't know if either of this is true, but you have to understand that Russians will be seen as heroes ONLY IF they help! If not...

Well, if Russia won't help, then everything changes. You know what happen at Libya, you know what is going on at Syria... you know that our people look at you as Orthodox brothers. If you dont help, you put it at risk.

If you think that all this has to do with economy or energy, think again. There is a much bigger game going on here, a geopolitical one (about Russia at the Mediterranean sea).

Let's hope for the best

Φωτοβολος Τοξοτης said...

An interesting analysis of events. However, what happens now in Kypros and most of the world of our earth, inner and the surface, is much more than outlined in the article. It is a front clash of the two major power houses on the planet, Black Elite versus the White Elite establishments, that I still like to call the left hand path vs the right hand path. The first being the followers of Lilith (Vampires) vs the second being followers of Satan (Daemons, Illuminati, Lykens)for control of the planet,with the rest of Humanity somewhere in the middle, with the followers of Christ and the Ellines (descendants of the blue giants) being pushed and persecuted and this will continue to their extermination if it would be allowed by God. Russia needs a base and Kypros would be ideal plus Russia could develop one of the fields, have an airport to support the navy and it would be a headache or a thorn on the side of the West. After all even Israel entered into agreements with Russia with respect to developing the new found natural gas in its territory. It sounds easy, but Kypros tries to stay 'neutral' as much as possible, as does Ellas yet they are both tied to the West. Let us not forget that the last prime minister of Ellas Karamanlis , entered into agreement with Russia over the pipeline, he was 'dethroned' and almost lost his life. In the case of Kypros, there's always the threat of another 'Attila Turk' sanctioned by the West as before.
The Brits, will be fine after all they have the most of their money secured by financing houses, and the Rothschild. The Russians though do not. If a ratio of one to three is accepted then one who has 40 billion can do in Russia what one can do with 120 billion in London. Plus, the Brits still maintain their illegally obtained bases on the island. As mentioned correctly, the people of Kyrpos go bankrupt but who cares anyway they are 'Christian Greeks/Ellines' they have to hit on their language, customs, economy, etc (Kissinger)and EU gets the oil and 'independence' from Russia. Russia loses one of the main advantages over EU, energy supply. With an impending loss of Syria, Russia loses a foothold and then gets surrounded on the West side with a front line stretching from Africa to the Nordic regions. If Iran falls next, a combined push will come from Turkey, Iran, Afganistan. This will then complete an encirclement of a majority of the most populous and most productive section of Russia, being targeted with missiles by neighboring countries who by the way may have anti-ballistic missiles installed to 'protect' against Iran first and North Korea. The US already moved ABM missiles to Alaska to protect against 'Korea' closing that loophole. The Russian bear may find itself surrounded and with loss of its primary current export that is energy...if not careful. But ai am sure your leaders already know all these and have taken or they are taking appropriate steps. A look at the world map suffices. The dynamics of world politics will of course may if WWIII starts.

Φωτοβολος Τοξοτης said...

Thanks for posting the comment...please note a 'couple of 'typos' ...
'ai am' should read 'I am'....and...
'The dynamics of world politics will of course may if WWIII starts.' should read...
'The dynamics of world politics will of course change if WWIII starts.'

Greetings from across the 'pond'

Anonymous said...

Millions in the West are cheering for Russia since we have more in common with Putin and Russian people than some half breed from Kenya and a rainbow nation of sodomite kool-aid drunk true believers.

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peterike said...

This is very interesting though almost a side comment from you:

As the UK gets further and further pushed out of direct European politics, they will take up their usual role of spoiler of the peace. The British will move to create strife and cause war.

How little this is understood in America! Indeed, not only did the Brits ignore German offers during WWI of an honorable peace around 1916 (mostly due to Zionist pressures in UK), but they also time and again interfered with Hitler's attempts to reach a resolution with Poland. UK wanted the war to ultimately destroy Germany and they weren't going to rest until they got it.

On the Cyprus situation, the moves on the global chessboard are too complex for my casual understanding, but it all smells like trouble. The West is truly controlled by a cabal of gangster psychopaths, and the more you look under the covers of the global fiat money scam, the more frightening it becomes.

For America I wish some true patriotic military man would stage a coup and rid us the criminal President and the criminal Congress so we can end the fiat money lie and stop the pointless and insane global "nation building" absurdity of trying to turn chaotic hell-holes into some version of downtown Manhattan.

Russia and the U.S. should be natural allies as historically white, Christian nations, though of course the tribal parasite elite has done so much to destroy both the whiteness and Christian part of America for the past 100 years.

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racketmensch said...

Thanks much for this Stas. It seems like this story wants to be told in a geo-political vacuum and confine itself to a few 2-dimensional actors - greedy bankers, evil russkies, frustrated depositors; it seems like more than half the pieces are missing from the puzzle. I definitely think the British role is being hidden, I'm sure that the "American" one is.

I've been on track of the dog-that-doesn't-bark in the continuing story, that is, how does the divided nature of the island weigh in one's understanding of the issue, particularly whether the muslim proscription of usury has acted as a firewall on the Turkish Cypriot banking sector?

I haven't been able to find anything substantial beyond two BBC videos on youtube that confirm that Turkish Cypriot banks are doing okay. No in-depth analysis of the history of, or current effects of the war, the on-going division of the island, the British bases, the fact that northern Cyprus is only recognized by Turkey, the puzzling recent rapprochement of Turkey/Israel, the discovery of huge undersea gas fields in the eastern Med, the actions of Russians (who would not mind inheriting the bases, I'm sure), and how these things might affect the civil war in Syria. A whole pack of non-barking dogs seemingly ignored by the media.

Second anonymous - I think the Greeks need to man up and fight to earn the help of their bigger brothers. It is of little use to help those that cannot help themselves and weakness invites exploitation. How much provocation does it take?

Anonymous said...

Why would the EU want to push Russia and China out?

lev said...

Pravda is inching closer and closer to liberal propaganda I've noticed recently. We need you out there showing people how true Russians really think.

Anonymous said...

Dear friend Racket Mensch, we Greeks have NO BROTHERS. We know that very well. Even if many of us Greeks used to think of you Russians as brothers, after your attitude in the recent Cyprus issue, we saw the truth.

Now, here in Greece nobody likes you any more. Not because you didn't help - we understand you were not obliged to - but because of the way you behaved. We felt that you betrayed the Orthodox Greece the same way you betrayed us back at the days of Orloff or later when you helped Kemal. I hear it every day. You can read about it at many Greek blogs.

We felt that Russia preffers Europe (and Germany) instead of us. Not much of a brother attitude, don't you agree?

If our politicians were too afraid to ask Russia's help, you should have say that. They told us they did and you turned them down. We also remember what your officials said: "Go to Europe first".

As i told you before, nobody in Greece thinks of you as brothers any more. In fact, we think of you as allies as the Americans or the Europeans (and that means "not allies at all").

Also, everybody now knows that you sell your allies. You sold Libya, you are selling Syria, you sold Cyprus... Why would anyone want to be your ally?

You can kiss your plans about Eastern Mediterranean goodbye, my friend...


Stanislav said...


That is a welfare mentality. We gave Cyprus $3 billion and will never see that, plus 60% of all those deposits are gone, dozens of billions more.

If you wanted to be brothers, you would not stay in the EU and suck up for more EU monies while running a "guilt" trip on Russia for more money.

While the euros were flowing, you had no problem taking all the German, anti-Russian and anti-Serb positions, after all, the Euros were flowing. How quickly you forget.

Either man up and leave your masters or live as a beaten wench. We should not and will not help those who are unwilling to help themselves. You are slaves to the Euro heroine, unwilling to do what it takes to free yourselves and expect us to give you hand outs. If tomorrow EU gives you unlimited Euros you will support any war they launch against us and send your soldiers to help.

Lets all be grown up and face reality.