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Group.png Greece   History Commons Sourcewatch WikiquoteRdf-entity.pngRdf-icon.png
Flag of Greece.svg
Capital cityAthens
LocationEurope
LeaderGreece/Prime Minister
Typenation state
Member ofEuropean Union, International Energy Agency, NATO, OECD
SubpageGreece/Debt crisis
Greece/Deep state
Greece/Deputy Prime Minister
Greece/Foreign Minister
Greece/Justice movement
Greece/Leader of the Opposition
Greece/Minister for Culture
Greece/Minister for Development Competitiveness and Shipping
Greece/Minister for Education Lifelong Learning and Religious Affairs
Greece/Minister for Foreign Affairs
Greece/Minister for Labour and Social Security
Greece/Minister for National Defense
Greece/Minister for National Education and Religious Affairs
Greece/Minister of Coordination
Greece/Minister of Environment Energy and Climate Change
Greece/Minister of Finance
Greece/Minister of the Economy and Finance
Greece/Prime Minister
Greece/Stay Behind
"In 2006... the third biggest arms importer after China and India."

Greece is a nation state on the Mediterranean Sea. "The fact that Greece, a relatively small and democratic country with not much in the way of global ambitions, should spend as much on its military as it does is perplexing. In 2006, as the financial crisis was looming, Greece was the third biggest arms importer after China and India."[1]

History

Full article: Stub class article Ancient Greece

Debt crisis

Full article: Stub class article Greece/Debt crisis

Jeff Schechtman wrote in 2017 that "After the world financial crisis of 2007/2008, Greece became the world’s Lehman Brothers."[2]

Deep political environment

The Integrity Initiative had two Greek Clusters. The leaked document that revealed this introduces the section by reporting that "Greece is an especially sensitive country in which to operate, given its current political and economic challenges."[3]

Justice movement

Full article: Stub class article Greece/Justice movement

Some Greek citizens have been demanding that the government take their needs into account, rather than the wishes of the financial oligarchs.

 

An event carried out

EventLocationDescription
2011 Attacks on LibyaLibya"Perhaps one of the most egregious examples of US military aggression and lawlessness in recent memory", carried out under a pretext of "humanitarian intervention".

 

Ambassadors to Greece

Nation stateStartDescription
Ambassador to Greece
Turkey/Ambassador to Greece
UK/Ambassador to Greece
US/Ambassador to Greece1868

 

Events

EventDescription
Bilderberg/1993The 41st Bilderberg, held in Greece
Bilderberg/1995The 43rd Bilderberg. Held at the Burgenstock Hotel in Burgenstock, Switzerland.
Bilderberg/2009The 57th Bilderberg
Greece/Debt crisisThe crisis over Greek sovereign debt which came to a head with the election of the Syriza Party to office in January 2015 and its refusal to accept EU Commission and ECB demands for further dramatic austerity measure on an already desperately impoverished population.
TWA Flight 847A hijacking by two men who sought the release of 700 Shi'ite Muslims from Israeli custody.

 

Groups Headquartered Here

A Group Headquartered HereDescription
Aristotle University of ThessalonikiOne of the top Greek universities
Athens University of Economics and BusinessEconomics and Business University
Panteion UniversityLinked to the development of social sciences in Greece.
University of AthensAn integral part of the modern Greek academic and intellectual tradition
University of MacedoniaGreek university connected to the integrity Imitative

 

Citizens of Greece on Wikispooks

TitleBornDiedDescription
Despina Afantouli
George Alogoskoufis17 October 1955Greek economist, multi-Bilderberg
Andreas Andrianopoulos1946Greek politician
Stelios ArgyrosGreek businessman who attended the 1993 Bilderberg as Chairman of the Board and President of the Federation of Greek Industries
Charles ArliotisGreek Minister of Coordination. Little known Bilderberg Steering committee member in the 1960s
Gerasimos Arsenis30 May 193119 April 2016Attended the 1994 Bilderberg as Greek Minister for National Defense
Dora Bakoyannis6 May 1954Double Bilderberg Greek politician
Maria Becket7 April 193129 October 2012On the report of the 1982 Bilderberg she is listed as "Greece, Former Advisor to Ministers of Coordination and Foreign Affairs"
Prodromos Bodosakis-Athanasiadis18911979Greek self-made businessman with top politicians in his pocket
Angelos Canellopoulos4 June 193121 November 2009Greek businessman
Efthimios Christodoulou1932
George Contogeorgis21 November 19129 November 2009Greek politician. Played an important role in the negotiations for Greek accession to the European Economic Community in 1981.
Yannis S. CostopoulosSingle Bilderberger Greek financier
Theodore Couloumbis1935Greek academic
P. Nikiforos Diamandouros25 June 1942
Anna Diamantopoulou26 February 1959Greek politician. Attended 5 Bilderbergs from 2004 to 2009.
Stephan FarrantUnknown organizer of the 1993 Bilderberg
Anastasios Giannitsis1944Greek economist and politician.
Gregory HadjieleftheriadisOctober 1938Greek shipping magnate who attended the 1993 Bilderberg
Gikas Hardouvelis8 October 1955US educated former Greek Minister of Finance. Bilderberg 2011, same year assisting Greek Prime Minister Lucas Papademos during talks with bondholders about debt and with the Troika on Greece’s second adjustment program.
John Ioannidis21 August 1965
Basil Kafiris
Panagiotis KanellopoulosAttended the first Bilderberg as Greek Defence Minister and former Greek Prime Minister. Also attended the 1956 Bilderberg.
Kostas Karamanlis14 September 1956
Kostas Karras21 June 19366 May 2012Greek actor and politician. Bilderberg Steering committee, 19 Bilderbergs
Louka Katseli20 April 1952Greek economist and central banker who attended the 1984 Bilderberg aged 32.
Niki Kerameus18 July 1980up-and-coming Greek politician
Giannos Kranidiotis25 September 194714 September 1999A greek diplomat and politician who was killed together with his son in a "freak accident" 3 months after attending a Bilderberg meeting.
Ulysses Kyriacopoulos1952Greek double Bilderberger, Trilateral Commission
Panayotis LambriasAssistant Minister to the Office of the Greek Prime Minister
Tore LindemanA whistleblower who appears in Shadowgate.
George Livanos9 July 19261 May 1997Greek shipping magnate who inherited his father's 30-ship fleet, which included the world's 5 largest supertankers.
John LyrasGreek shipping magnate
Stephanos Manos20 December 1939Greek politician who went to the 1986, 1993 and 2001 Bilderbergs
Alexandra Mitsotaki1956
Konstantinos Mitsotakis18 October 191829 May 2017
Kyriakos Mitsotakis4 March 1968Double Bilderberger politician
Stavros Niarchos3 July 190916 April 1996Greek shipping magnate. Bilderberger
Aristotle Onassis20 January 190615 March 1975
George Pagoulatosmarket liberal,very europhile Greek economist
John PaleocrassasMarch 1934
Paschalidis Panagiotis
Theodoros Pangalos17 August 1938
George Papaconstantinou30 October 1961Double Bilderberg Greek Finance Minister
Lucas Papademos
Alexis Papahelas1961Greek journalist and editor who has visited 5 Bilderberg meetings.
Michalis Papakonstantinou1 November 191917 January 2010Greek Foreign Minister
Dimitrios Papalexopoulos1962Greek business leader
Theodore Papalexopoulos
George Papandreou16 June 1952Quad Bilderberg Greek politician long time President of the Socialist International
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Related Documents

TitleTypePublication dateAuthor(s)Description
Document:A Death Sentence for Greecearticle13 February 2012Mike WhitneyAn analysis and deconstruction of the Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) between the Greek government and its creditors which secured Greek parliamentary approval amid scenes of unprecedented protests by the Greek population on 11 February 2012.
Document:Integrity initiative: Notes on discussions in Greecereport2017Chris Donnelly
Integrity Initiative/Cluster/Greece
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