Russia Ready to Bailout Greece as Alexis Heads for Moscow

Andrew Anglin
Daily Stormer
June 19, 2015

Alexis may well surprise us all. Apparently.
Alexis may well surprise us all. Apparently.

Well, I’ve been bored with the Greek bailout drama for the last few days, but now something interesting has happened.


Russia says it is ready to consider offering loans to debt-stricken Greece, which is struggling to secure financial aid from its Western creditors.

“We will support any decision (on the Greek debt crisis) that is proposed by Greece and our European partners,” Deputy Prime Minister Arkady Dvorkovich said, local Russian media reported.

“The most important things for us are investment projects and trade with Greece. If financial support is needed, we will consider this question,” he said.

More like the most important thing is making the EU and the IMF look incompetent and abusive. Which they are. And showing the world Russia can steal more than a Crimea – they can steal a Greece.

Greek Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras has traveled to Russia, where he is due to meet President Vladimir Putin on Friday. Media speculate that the Greek premier’s visit to Moscow may be aimed at discussing potential loans from Russia, as Athens has been unsuccessfully trying to reach a bailout deal with several Western lenders.

Following the announcement by the Russian deputy prime minister, a spokesman for the Kremlin said it is too early to discuss Russian financial aid to Greece as Athens is yet to demand such assistance.

“It is first necessary to hear some proposals or some initiatives from our Greek partners to consider this issue,” Russian presidential spokesman Dmitry Peskov said on Friday.

Playing it cool. Yes, do that.

But we all know that purchasing Greece would be the biggest event in Russian history since the collapse of communism.

Greece and its creditors – the US-based International Monetary Fund (IMF), the European Commission, and the European Central Bank (the ECB) – have been unable to accommodate one another’s concerns in the course of negotiations over a last €7.2-billion ($8.1 billion) tranche of loans.

While the details of the negotiations have not been publicized, media reports say Greece’s troika of lenders demands harsh austerity measures to be implemented by Athens before the bailout can be paid, a demand Greece’s leftist government has so far refused to agree to.

Meanwhile, cash-strapped Greece has until June 30 to pay off €1.5 billion ($1.70 billion) in loan installments to the IMF. If Athens fails to make the payment, it will default on its debt, potentially heading for an exit from the European Union (EU). Such a scenario could also harm the EU, whose other economically struggling members may follow Greece’s suit if faced with similar conditions.

Yes. If Greece leaves, everyone leaves. And then the whole situation changes, as Russia officially becomes better organized than the West.

History is being made here.

I can’t believe Alexis has the balls, but perhaps he does. I thought for sure he would have folded by now, but instead he’s going to Moscow.

It may well be that Russia will set us free from the grips of these kikes.