Pass the baton to another candidate running in the same race to give sovereignty over to Germany. It’s clear now that Tsipras never wanted a Grexit and was banking on the public voting “yes” in the referendum, which is precisely why he went against 61% of the public’s will. It backfired and now he has to get out and let the next PM handle the next phase in Greece’s planned capitulation. You don’t make mistakes like these because you’re dumb, rather, they’re calculated. Now he’s ducking out before he can receive any more blame and the ensuing chaos on the streets when the pensions are wiped out.
The next candidate will play to the public, say it’s all Tsipras’ fault, yet still run the nation in the same direction — just as it is in America with the Bush, Clinton and Obama administrations. In Russia today, for example, it’s more apparent. The FSB (KGB) runs all opposition. No matter what candidate wins, the FSB still wins.
Come September, we’ll see if the Greek people want to fool themselves and throw themselves under the bus again.
Greek prime minister Alexis Tsipras announces his resignation and calls for an early election, likely held in September
Alexis Tsipras, Greece’s prime minister, handed in his resignation and called a snap election on Thursday night, saying he had a “moral obligation” to lay his actions before the judgment of the nation.
Mr Tsipras made the drastic move amid an internal rebellion in which he lost the support of around a third of MPs within his Left-wing Syriza party, robbing him of a guaranteed parliamentary majority.