Alexis Continues One-Man Circus Show, Calls Jew IMF “Criminal”

Andrew Anglin
Daily Stormer
June 16, 2015

T is for Texas. T is also for Tennessee. Meanwhile, a is for asshole.
T is for Texas. T is also for Tennessee. Meanwhile, a is for asshole.

Alexis is talking a big talk while everyone with an IQ over 90 knows this is a gigantic circus show and that he will eventually give the IMF everything they want. If this were not the case, he would have just told them all to go to hell as soon as he got elected and taken a loan from Putin.

He is a Jew tool.

If you’re into forex, go ahead and buy euros. Because this is his last gasp before getting down on his knees.


Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras hurled criticism at Greece’s creditors, accusing the International Monetary Fund of “criminal” responsibility for his country’s predicament.

Addressing lawmakers in Athens on Tuesday, Tsipras gave no sign of backing down in the standoff over Greece’s bailout. Instead, he blasted the IMF’s adherence to austerity and accused the European Central Bank of using tactics that were akin to “financial asphyxiation.”

“The situation in which we find ourselves today is that IMF positions prevail when it comes to the strictness of austerity measures asked, while at the same time EU positions prevail when it comes to the denial for any discussion about Greek debt sustainability,” Tsipras, 40, said.

Tsipras’s rhetoric further diminishes the chances that the Greek government will be able to bridge the divide with its creditors in the IMF, the ECB and the European Commission any time soon. With two weeks until Greece’s euro-area bailout expires on June 30, the onus on resolving the deadlock lies with a meeting of finance ministers on Thursday followed by a June 25-26 summit of European Union leaders.

There are only two choices here. This song and dance means absolutely nothing, and is merely a show for the Greek people.

Meanwhile, the entirely Jew-owned Greek media is praising him while also saying “oh but we can’t ever leavel the Eurozone…”

Alexis has absolutely no leverage at all, except a threat to leave the Eurozone and he is not threatening that.

I can just about guarantee that he asked Lagarde personally for permission to do this little song and dance.