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C.I.B. congratulates L. Chrysanthopoulos on his speech at the Schiller Institute international conference


Dear Mr Chrysanthopoulos,

On behalf of the Campaign for an Independent Britain I wish to congratulate you on your excellent speech in Berlin.

In November/December 2013 I had the honour of giving a speech in Athens at the International Conference on Debt, National Currency and Democracy organised by EPAM.

I hope that by achieving “BREXIT” we have given encouragement to others that by standing up to the Establishment and educating the populous on the reality of  the true designs of the EU, that they can get what is right for their  own country.

As you stated, we in the UK did the unthinkable as far as the Establishment were concerned. They tried to bully us with threats , but like our friends the Greeks we do not take kindly to this and the people of the UK saw through the lies and deceits .

On behalf of the C.I.B I wish to convey our appreciation of your speeches and request that we be kept informed of your efforts in the future and hopefully realise a relationship beneficial to our shared cause.

With our very best wishes,

Jim Reynolds
Hon. Secretary & Vice Chairman
Campaign for an Independent Britain

The speech of Leonidas Chrysanthopoulos (Video )

Leonidas Chrysanthopoulos – Global Crisis : Proposals for Solution (greek Subs)

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Η ομιλία του Πρέσβη επί τιμή Λεωνίδα Χρυσανθόπουλου, τότε μέλους της ΠΓ του ΕΠΑΜ, στη συνδιάσκεψη με θέμα «Προς την δημιουργία ενός κοινού μέλλοντος για την ανθρωπότητα και την αναγέννηση του κλασικού πολιτισμού» που διοργάνωσε το Ίδρυμα Schiller στο Βερολίνο τον Ιούνιο του 2016.
Γι αυτήν την ομιλία ο Λ. Χρυσανθόπουλος δέχτηκε πολλά συγχαρητήρια (όχι μόνο από τους συνέδρους). 

Για ελληνικούς υπότιτλους πατήστε το «κουμπί» cc στο κάτω μέρος του βίντεο.

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Former Bank of England Governor Confirms European Financial Crisis is Deliberate

 

In a little-reported statement given on March 1st at the influential London School of Economics in the UK, Lord Mervyn King, the former Governor of the Bank of England, confirmed that the financial crisis afflicting Europe since 2009 is essentially the result of a “deliberate” act of policy. Highly critical of the destructive economic strategies of the Brussels EU, he predicted that, in order to free its weakest member countries from the strangulating combination of austerity measures and high unemployment they are suffering from, the euro currency zone will have to be dismantled. 

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The Truth About Greece: Syriza’s Creatively Ambiguous Referendum

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By Michael Nevradakis, 99GetSmart

It was just four months ago, though it already seems like a lifetime away, when Greece’s celebrity finance minister Yanis Varoufakis publicly stated that “creative ambiguity” won the country a “loan lifeline” from the institutions formerly known as the troika: the European Central Bank, the European Commission, and the International Monetary Fund. Despite the never-ending soap opera that is Greek crisis politics though, few would have imagined that the SYRIZA-led coalition government would succeed in outdoing itself in terms of its “creative ambiguity,” by calling a referendum which, just days before the polls open, remains remarkably unclear as to its actual meaning and potential consequences. (more…)

TROIKA – MACHT OHNE KONTROLLE / TROIKA – POUVOIR SANS CONTRÔLE

Τρόικα : Ανεξέλεγκτη εξουσία

Documentary film at franco-german channel ARTE. Watch in german or french (choose under “version”)

http://www.arte.tv/guide/de/embed/051622-000/medium

Διαβάστε κάποια στοιχεία από το περιεχόμενο που αφορούν την Ελλάδα (στα ελληνικά) εδώ.

A brief historical view of the EU Treaties-Problems and Proposals for the solution of the Crisis

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Speech made by Ambassador Leonidas Chrysanthopoulos (*) at the Conference held at the University of Athens on March 11,2014 organized by the Institute of International Legal Studies by Professor Elias Crispis and by the Circle of Diplomats.

We all know in general terms about the history of the EU and I would not want to repeat it here. I will try to develop a brief description of the Treaties of the EU, the problems created, the situation of Greece and proposals for resolving the crisis.

The Treaty of Rome of 1957 created the EEC and its four institutional instruments, the Council of Ministers, the European Commission, the European Court of Justice and European Parliament. The original Member States were six which had to manage a free movement of goods, services, capital, labor and a common agricultural policy.

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