Dr. Paul Craig Roberts: The New Greek Government May Be Assassinated


Dr. Paul Craig Roberts was Assistant Secretary of the Treasury during President Reagan’s first term. He was Associate Editor of the Wall Street Journal. He has held numerous academic appointments, including the William E. Simon Chair, Center for Strategic and International Studies, Georgetown University, and Senior Research Fellow, Hoover Institution, Stanford University.

Paul Craig Roberts – The New Greek Government May Be Assassinated (King World News, Feb 4, 2015):

“So when Putin and Russia offered help for the Greek’s financial situation, they handed the Greeks a card that can’t be trumped.  The question is:  Do the Greeks dare to play that card?  The stakes are high and it’s extremely dangerous to go against Washington for all the reasons I just told you.”

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2 thoughts on “Dr. Paul Craig Roberts: The New Greek Government May Be Assassinated”

  1. This clown is really losing it. This Greek government really does represent the people, and you cannot kill all the people sick of feeding greedy gut bankers. They would be replaced by even stronger leaders demanding freedom from the EU and supporting a few greedy bastards who everyone in the world is sick of feeding.
    The Greek government shows what people can do if they get off their fat backsides….and this idiot should go back into the darkness where he lives.
    Kill the government. How stupid is that……you cannot kill an entire nation.

  2. I never read why the arguments of Greece finance-minister are wrong w.r.t. his idea of what the intentions of the ECB are, the media just write down what them is told by governments as it seems. The Greek government is now assassinated financially. They had to reform, that is well known.


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