Greece Feigned Deal Progress, Launched Rumors To Avert Bank Run

Greece Feigned Deal Progress, Launched Rumors To Avert Bank Run (ZeroHedge, May 28, 2015):

Fearing an acceleration in deposit outflows from Greek banks, PM Alexis Tsipras suggested on Wednesday that a deal between Athens and creditors was imminent when in fact he had no evidence to support the contention. Greek officials now promise their optimism “is not just words.”

2 thoughts on “Greece Feigned Deal Progress, Launched Rumors To Avert Bank Run

  1. Not just words?
    What else? Blackmail of the other nations?
    That is my guess…..I think the fraud practiced by the other Euro members could be exposed by a Greek default, and this is why the others have continued to push for added bail outs regardless Greece can never repay the funds owed….Now or ever.

    There are things going on behind the scenes we are not being told…..Nothing else makes sense…..

    Since Enron Accounting was practiced by all Euro members when they joined, they hid debt and inflated the value of their net worth and incomes…….a Greek default might cause a domino effect that would expose the fraud practiced by the others…….

    Nothing else makes sense.

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