Jun 02

Greece Breaks America’s Heart, Will Sign MOU With Russia For Gas Pipeline (ZeroHedge, June 2, 2015):

Greece has received what The New York Times recently described as “dueling sales pitches” on two proposed natural gas pipelines, with the US pressing Athens to support The Southern Gas Corridor rather than Gazprom’s Turkish Stream project. It appears Moscow may have made the more convincing case because, much to Washington’s dismay, Greece is set to sign an MOU for the Greek portion of The Turkish Stream pipeline in June.

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2 Responses to “Greece Breaks America’s Heart, Will Sign MOU With Russia For Gas Pipeline”

  1. Marilyn Gjerdrum Says:

    I knew it….
    Russia wants that pipeline, Russia wants the Greek ports enough to bail out Greece one more time…….And, Russia can afford it. Regardless of all the outright lies and propaganda, Russia’s economy is flourishing, they paid down their debt to GDP by 1%….dropping the debt from 33-32% in the last year.

    Meanwhile, the US and the Euro all have triple digit debts to GDP.

    Even more profound is the fact Russia has taken the IMF and ECB by surprise and knocked over their sense of “inevitability”. The greedy gut bankers thought they had Greece by the throat………

    This shows an incredible shift in power to the east from the debt ridden west…..
    The bankers have destroyed our economy, and are now circling for the kill…..Greece escaped them, at least for now.

    I wonder how the western media will spin this one…….

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