Monday 26 January 2015

British feыrs after Greek election

David Cameron wants, not to deliver economic goals but to deliver "security at home"

David Cameron Fears Syriza’s Anti-Austerity Victory In Greece
Stuart J. Hooper

25 January, 2015

Syriza’s victory in the Greek elections today also means there has been a victory for anti-austerity policy. The UK has been implementing an incredibly destructive austerity policy for years, which is now going to let its own citizens die simply to meet budget targets.
David Cameron, Britain’s Prime Minister, has chimed in on Twitter about the Greek result:

The Greek election will increase economic uncertainty across Europe. That's why the UK must stick to our plan, delivering security at home.

We would suggest that ‘economic uncertainty’ has definitely been increased as a result of this, but not in the way Cameron implies. Uncertainty has now been guaranteed for the future of the financial oligarchy based in the City of London, Wall Street and the IMF. Austerity as a policy route has been rejected by a sovereign nation state; there is now no reason why this cannot happen in other nation states.

Tax Wall Street Party is beginning to make waves in the United States, rejecting austerity while also funding a real infrastructure and jobs program, and plans to field numerous candidates in the upcoming U.S. elections. The Greek result only boosts their chances at wider success, as it provides a real world example of such an anti-austerity program gaining mass-traction.

Alexis Tsipras has proven that the world is tired of being dominated by Oligarchs.
By ‘sticking to our plan’, Cameron is only assuring himself assignment to the historical trash can of failed policy routes and despised leaders. ‘Security at home’ means security for the City of London and Cameron’s financier friends. Where is the security of care for 
the sick and dying in Britain?

The world has had enough of being sold out and led astray by a 
ruthless and destructive financial oligarchy. Greece may very well be the first step in a larger, global fight-back against the Anglo-American ruling class. With an election approaching in the UK this coming May, is it any wonder Cameron is shaking in his boots?

There is hope for 
real change and Syriza’s victory is proof.

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