Tsipras's plot to pull Greece OUT of the eurozone EXPOSED

The allegations follow a report in a national newspaper which suggest Mr Tsipras met with Venezuela officials in Moscow in 2013 to discuss possible assistance from the country’s socialist government in the event of leaving the eurozone.

Unnamed former press secretary to the Venezuelan government said he was involved in the talks between the two parties.
The source told: "Alexis Tsipras told us that his party had a plan from the outset to take Greece out of the euro.
“From Venezuela he was asking us to help by giving your country oil.
“He believed that if Greece came out of the euro, it could find support from Venezuela, Russia and China.”
Yanis Varoufakis claims he exchanged text messages with Alexis Tsipras on a "time out"
Over the weekend, Greece’s government rejected calls from opposition party New Democracy for a parliamentary committee to investigate the allegations.
Sources close to Mr Tsipras said: “Since the day the government struck a deal on the debt, no week has passed without New Democracy calling for some probe.
“[New Democracy is] left without a political narrative… They are trying in vain.”
The allegation-laden article came just days after fresh revelations by former finance minister Yanis Varoufakis that the possibility of Grexit had been considered by the SYRIZA-Independent Greeks (ANEL) coalition in the first half of 2015.
Mr Varoufakis claims that he exchanged seven text messages with Mr Tsipras in May 2015, in which the pair discussed proposals by German Finance Minister Wolfgang Schäuble about the possibility of Greece taking a "time out" from the euro.
Mr Tsipras had only been in office for three months at the time of these text message exchanges.
Reports suggest Alexis Tsipras wanted to strike an oil deal with Venezuela in case of a Grexit
The combined revelations by Mr Varoufakis and the former Venezuelan official have fuelled a double-pronged attack by Greece’s opposition party, who have called for an immediate inquiry to look into both issues in depth.
According to the New Democracy party, the allegations suggest SYRIZA was actively contemplating and seeking alternative economic support from various non-European political allies, like Venezuela, Russia and China, long before it even came to power.
Littered with sarcasm, the main opposition party issued a statement arguing that: “Mr Tsipras should know that instead of the ‘time-out’ proposed to him by Mr Schäuble, the Greek people have already declared to Mr Tsipras that the game is over.”
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