Some Greeks Blame Rothschild-led Zionist Conspiracy For Crisis

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by Mike Bird, Business Insider:

ATHENS, GREECE — I landed in Greece late yesterday evening and went out immediately to try and talk to the people queueing to get their money out of banks.

A few young Greeks helped me find a cash machine directly right of a building on Sofocleous Street, which until just a few years ago was home to the Athens stock exchange.

I asked them if they were from here and got a great response:

“Yes. And we’re proud!”

The queue at the machine wasn’t actually too long — there were probably about 30 people. There were longer, snaking queues at other machines we drove past in the city. This was past 11 p.m, but the place is still buzzing at that time.

The one man that approached me said that the situation was the result of “Zionists.” My phone was out of battery by the time I got to the ATM, so I wasn’t able to record the conversation (though I’m not sure he would have liked that much anyway).

He blamed “Rothschilds” for the crisis, adding “we Greeks are Hellenic, the people of light. Now we only have a little light, not like in ancient times. They are trying to put us out.”

“It’s not the fault of German people, it’s not the fault of European people. You have to get to the source… they want to crush Greece.”

Old_Athens_Stock_Exchange_SofokleousWikipedia, Business InsiderThe Old Athens stock exchange. The queue was just to the right of this building.

He said that the City of London was the base of the Rothschilds and Zionists, and that they ran the Federal Reserve too. He didn’t give me his name. I didn’t ask how he planned to vote in the upcoming referendum, or which Greek political parties he liked, but I could have guessed.

It was clear from the people shaking their heads a little behind him that not everyone agreed, but nobody else wanted to talk — understandably, they were more preoccupied with getting their money out.