"Personally I See That the West Initiated the Dissolution of Greece."
by Archimandrite Nektarios Moulatsiotis
January 12, 2010
The West achieved the dissolution of Serbia with war. At that time we all said our turn was coming. God protected us and thus war did not come. The West however did not change its plans for Greece.
The agreements signed with the Burgas-Alexandroupolis-Igoumenitsa pipeline discouraged the dissolution of Greece, because the agreement provides strong Russian intervention in any part of our country at risk of the pipeline.
The West, however, succeeded and the pipeline stopped ... So almost all fields are open again. The dissolution of Greece with war is not so feasible ... So the West has found another way.
They create 13 regions (Kallikrates draft) with similar governments, limited capacity now at the beginning ... so our people won't react. But all governments, laws and rights they have will change with the passing of time.
At one time, for example, the Kings had enormous power, but over time they became only decorative elements.
What will happen in 5, 10, 20 years with today's new regions? What will happen when the West gives the command to the Rulers in our country, to grant other rights in the regions? Will they refuse? Will they go home, as the previous government did. Anyone who reacts exits from the middle ... and the West knows the ways and methods.
This is how they put the 'bases', in our Greece they create 13 regions, and in a few years ... we will talk about autonomy in the Region of Macedonia, Thrace (where there are many Muslims), Crete, etc. etc.
The most serious is that today, on the basis of the draft (I'm sure this is a proposal of the West and they agreed before the election), the two big pro-Western parties agree.
Is it all by chance? We are also obedient children. Personally I see that the West began the dissolution of Greece in a smart and painless way. But we are not all naive.
See also this update from February 16, 2010: Papandreou, Putin discuss economy, trade and energy