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The Papandreou brothers have staked on the bankruptcy of the country and are intentionally leading it in this direction

11 January 2012 / 14:01:43  GRReporter
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The independent MP Panos Kamenos accused the family of the former Greek Prime Minister George Papandreou, of having staked on the bankruptcy of Greece and tendentiously led the country in that direction. Kamenos was disaffiliated two months ago from the parliamentary group of "blue" because of his refusal to give a vote of confidence to the temporary coalition Greek government.

A few months ago in the parliament, Panos Kamenos declared war on the "sacred" Greek Papandreou family. In his angry speech he made allegations about the existence of a plan to hand Greece to foreign centres and called the participants in this plan "traitors" and "Vice-Chancellors".

At that time, still in his capacity of member of New Democracy, he said: "On 26th May I asked the question about who has purchased the insurance on the Greek government bonds CDS of the Postal Savings Bank. It was sold in November and December after the decision of George Papaconstantinou and George Papandreou. Is today's price of the CDS insurances, which the bank owned, 26 billion euro? I did not get an answer. I asked this again as a sub-question, I still did not get an answer, and now I am asking this question again together with two of my colleagues, without setting any particular day for the answer.

At the time when we are asking the Greek citizen, to "bleed", the chairman of parliament is building a villa in the Gramos mountain and we are giving 1.1 billion euro to Lavrentiadis - a member of the Board of Omega Bank, which was bought by Proton bank and is the brother of the Prime Minister. Papandreou’s brother has a company in Switzerland. He worked illegally in a company that plays with the CDS and stakes on the bankruptcy and the country. They make these people file a claim against me, the MP and violate Article 62 of the constitution only to scare me. Andrikos wants from me one million euro".

A few days ago Panos Kamenos published on his personal page in the social media Facebook documents using which he aims to demonstrate the relation of the younger brother of the former Greek Prime Minister Andrikos Papandreou with companies that bet on the Greek bankruptcy. According to the Member of the Parliament, the Foundation Institute for climate and energy, whose chairman is the brother of George Papandreou, was involved in a network for providing "inside information" to companies who will earn huge amounts of money if Greece goes bankrupt.

He wrote that the member of the Foundation Jeffrey D. Sachs, whose last name amazingly resembles the name of the investment fund Goldman Sachs, operates in the same field of activity. "Look closely at the members of the board, headed by Andrikos. In the coming days you will find out who each one of them is and what his relationship is with the companies that sell inside information, with the foundations owned by friends of George Papandreou, George Soros, with companies that stake on the bankruptcy of Greece and with the "wise advisors" who are responsible for the propaganda, such as Jeffrey D. Sachs. We have to break the criminal silence. Spread this information. This is the only way we can prevent the handing of the country into the hands of speculators", he urges his electronic friends.

On the website of the Institute for climate and energy security, it really is indicated that Andrikos Papandreou is the founder and chairman. Among the board members is also listed the economist Jeffrey D. Sachs.

But Panos Kamenos does not stop there. He has published documents through which he wants to prove the relation between Andrikos Papandreou and the Swiss company Unigestion.

"Andrikos Papandreou, do you work in the company Unigestion? Have you declared your income as all Greeks have? Do you have a licence to do business from the University, which is paying you to teach? Did you know that the company advised its clients to put down their stakes on the collapse of the country whose Prime Minister was your brother? Do you give advice on green energy, which your brother is trading, taking the money granted by the European Union?".

The attacks continue in the next post, which is full of innuendo. Panos Kamenos wrote about the "green development" and about a congress sponsored by state organizations and organized by Andrikos Papandreou, while his brother was Prime Minister.

"Andrikos why did you open this company in Switzerland? Perhaps you were misled by the wife of the partner in the Postal Savings Bank for "green development" who has five other companies with the same Swiss lawyer? How is it possible that money coming from London passes through the organizer of congresses and supporter of New Democracy and goes to the lawyer with whom you are in adjacent offices and with whom by some chance you’re organizing an event on green energy, sponsored by state companies? I had no intention of publishing any documents today, but I will deprive the trolls who are trying to undervalue the investigation of their remuneration", says the independent MP. Panos Kamenos published a document of the Institute for climate and energy security, which shows that Andrikos Papandreou is a member of its board of directors.

A day earlier, and in a direct address to the former Prime Minister the MP accused him of having forbidden the answering of questions asked in parliament regarding the speculations. He asks questions about the payment to Andrikos Papandreou by private companies, which is prohibited by law, as he is a lecturer at a state university. Panos Kamenos challenges George Papandreou to request the current Prime Minister Lucas Papademos to publicly provide information on all buyers of the CDS insurance on Greek government bonds.

Tags: Politics Panos Kamenos accusations George Papandreou Andrikos Papandreou CDS stakes on the bankruptcy of Greece
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