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Washington fears losing Greece to Moscow (Financial Times)

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Washington fears losing Greece to Moscow (Financial Times)

Post by Admin on Sun Jun 21, 2015 12:28 pm

Throughout the prolonged showdown between Greece and its creditors, the Obama administration has largely sat on the sidelines, issuing the occasional warning about the potential economic impact of a default.

But with Greece now on the verge of bankruptcy, the US is also beginning to worry about the political fallout from a deeper crisis and the potential for Russia to gain increased influence over a Nato member....................

Read further at link: ft.com

Another good example that Europe can't take care of its own issues and must have the US to get involved.

I'd say, let Europe take care of its own UNION issues. Interesting that the US is hated globally, even in Europe, but when it comes to their own issues, they look up to the US. What a union!

This has nothing to do with the Ukrainian issue, as there's no way in hell Europe wants deal with that as we've seen. More or less, they want to do as little as possible.  

Europe never learned a thing from WWII.  Again!  They were done in by Russia, from allowing them to invest too much. Compare it with the US. They knew better than to get financially involved that much with Russia. That's why their sanctions were able to be more stringent than those from Europe.

A good example which Europe should follow is, when China wanted to buy Unocal Oil. The US refused. If the US would've, they would be in the same position as Europe is currently in with Gazprom. You live and you learn. Europe doesn't.

This is a great way for the Kremlin to build their supposed empire they want to build. Then it will be Hungary, Italy and who knows what else. Almost a repeat of the past. Blame it on the US? That's a laugh.

Bottom line, European leaders and the EU, just a big joke. Nuff said?


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