LOL: The IMF Just Walked Out of Greece Negotiations in Brussels

Andrew Anglin
Daily Stormer
June 12, 2015

All smiles.
All smiles.

I’m not sure what these Jews are up to, but the IMF just walked out of negotiations on the Greek debt situation.


European Commission President Jean-Claude Juncker said on Friday that stalled debt talks between Athens and its creditors would restart but put the ball firmly in the Greek government’s court to come up with an acceptable deal.

Juncker spoke after the International Monetary Fund quit negotiations in Brussels on Thursday, and a European Union leader bluntly told Athens to stop “gambling” with its future.

Time is fast running out for Greece to strike a cash-for-reforms deal with its creditors and stave off a default at the end of June that could see it tumbling out of the euro zone.

Both sides tried to keep hope alive on Friday. A senior minister and close adviser to Tsipras said he hoped for a deal on June 18, at a meeting of euro zone finance ministers.

Juncker also stressed the process was not yet over. “Negotiations will start again, first at a technical level, then a political one,” he told French radio. “A deal is necessary in the coming days,” adding: “The ball is in the Greek court.”

Greece needs a deal to unlock aid or loosen curbs on how much it can borrow in short term debt before a 1.6 billion euro ($1.8 billion) repayment to the IMF falls due by the end of this month.

Renewed uncertainty sent Greece’s top share index .ATG down 4 percent on Friday morning. The German tabloid Bild reported that the German government was holding “concrete consultations”, including about introducing capital controls restricting bank withdrawals in Greece and transfers abroad should the country go bust.

Tsipras faces major problems in meeting the promises he made before his election in January. He has vowed to end the waves of austerity imposed by previous governments at the lenders’ behest. But he also needs to keep the country in the euro zone: a poll this week showed an overwhelming 77.4 percent favored keeping the common currency.

But the creditors are demanding yet more austerity and refusing to release any aid until Athens backs down, raising the risk of default and a euro zone exit.

The idea that Greece can deal with any further austerity is nonsensical. I have been to Greece and I have also been to a lot of third world countries. Excluding possibly Cambodia, I have never been to a country with a lower general standard of living than modern Greece. If Merkel and her Jews make it any worse there, someone is going to burn down the bitch.

Blood from turnips
Blood from turnips

Everyone in the country is aware that nothing they did has resulted in these debts and that the money they are paying goes nowhere but to Jew bankers.

People will only tolerate that for so long.

Meanwhile, another top story today is showing the world what these Jew bankers do with all of this money they rip off from the stupid goyim.

The Guardian:

The former International Monetary Fund chief Dominique Strauss-Kahn told a French court that he participated in sex parties reminiscent of orgies in antiquity because he needed “recreational sessions” while he was busy “saving the world” from one of its worst financial crises.

The women at the sex parties, however, were prostitutes — and testified that they were not having fun at all during these “beast-like scenes”.

The court in Lille will decide at 11 am (10am BST) on Friday whether Strauss-Kahn is found guilty of charges of “aggravated pimping”. Despite his sordid testimony many expect him to be acquitted, citing limited evidence pointing to a punishable crime.

The verdict is the last step in four years of legal drama for Strauss-Kahn that began when a New York hotel maid accused him of sexual assault in 2011, killing his French presidential ambitions. That case was later settled out of court.

Strauss-Kahn, 66, is among more than a dozen other defendants, including hotel managers, entrepreneurs, a lawyer and a police chief. They are accused of participating in or organising collective sexual encounters in Paris, Washington and in the Brussels region in 2008-2011 – when Strauss-Kahn was IMF chief, and married.

Each faces up to 10 years in prison and €1.5m in fines if convicted.

Greece, buddy. These Jews need their orgies.

Cough up the shekels.

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