The case of “illegal surveillance”, which is being “investigated” and dredged up by a fringe group of journalists, is neither what it seems, nor what they are trying to sell it as.
They claim that someone was “tapping” a journalist that almost no one knew until today, except for some people in the media, and they are accusing the current government of spying on him; meanwhile, said journalist, namely Thanasis Koukakis, had been appointed to the office of the Minister of Education, Niki Kerameus, is a good friend of Kerameus’ husband, maintains a close relationship with a trusted associate of Kyriakos Mitsotakis, and has blamed SYRIZA, Alexis Tsipras and Nikos Pappas for the Petsitis affair, while also accusing Alexis Tsipras and his “fellows” of spying on people when SYRIZA was the governing party.
Does this raise questions? If so, we are here to answer them and set the record straight.
Alexis Tsipras – a victim of shady “circles”
Apart from the above, we are also surprised by the fact that SYRIZA and Alexis Tsipras, personally, have fallen victim not only to misinformation, but also to controversial people whose shady role is well known. Of particular interest – as we have written before – are the roles of two people in the illegal monitoring case, that of a close associate of the president of SYRIZA, who is fairly active in the fields of media and communication, and that of a businessman who is “close” to the leader of the official opposition.
We are even more surprised by the alignment – to some degree – of Kostas Vaxevanis, owner of the Documento newspaper, with Thanasis Koukakis, whom Vaxevanis firmly supports, although the profile of the journalist who reported the “illegal surveillance” rather matches a… deeply right-wing person.
Furthermore, we are quite impressed by the fact that the complaints and reports of Kostas Vaxevanis coincide – to some degree – with the claims of T. Koukakis, and also by the disclosures made by A. Telloglou and his journalistic team, about which our readers will learn more in the following days.
In any case, Alexis Tsipras and his associates must understand that Mitsotakis will be overthrown by the people of Greece. They must not be lured by the “services” offered by those who – on behalf of their bosses abroad – want to oust Mitsotakis in order to establish “special purpose” governments, or “technocratic juntas” of the “extreme center”.
Thanasis Koukakis is just a cog in the wheel, the low man on the totem pole, or if you will, the final symptom of a sick condition that has been forming in the media for years. “Circles” with connections to shady hubs of political and economic power are disguising themselves as “investigative journalism” and attempt to destabilize the country. No, Koukakis is not investigating anything at all. He plays the role of the victim, while his friends and “protectors” are the ones conducting investigations.
In the “illegal monitoring” case, Thanasis Koukakis goes hand in hand with journalist Anastasios Telloglou, whose role has been known for years.
Here is a photo of the two of them, recently published in a report by the German broadcaster “Deutsche Welle” (not a coincidence).
We wish to believe that Kostas Vaxevanis has also fallen victim to misinformation and misjudgment.
Because it was Vaxevanis who, a few years ago, revealed the shady role of Anastasios (Tassos) Telloglou. And, in fact, we read with great interest the article published yesterday on documento.gr concerning the journalist whom a certain book presents as an “agent of the Germans”. Well, who could that be?
So, what did Kostas Vaxevanis reveal?
On November 5, 2018, the hacker group “Anonymous” leaked files related to the British non-governmental organization Integrity Initiative.
Back then, Kostas Vaxevanis had spoken of a “spy thriller” and wrote, inter alia:
“This non-governmental organization is actually so governmental, that is in fact the ‘long arm’ of the Foreign Office, the British Ministry of Foreign Affairs, in Europe. Under the pretext of fighting against Russian incursions (as it once did against the Soviet threat), Britain has set up a network of scientists, agents, and journalists who are instructed on how to coordinate their actions under the umbrella of this organization, always pursuant to the orders of the local British embassies”.
He concluded in his report:
“The ELIAMEP Foundation [Hellenic Foundation for European and Foreign Policy] seems to be under the influence of this organization, with its scientists Thanos Dokos, Ioannis Armakolas, and George Tzogopoulos having direct contact with it, as members of its Greek Cluster. Furthermore, a special relationship seems to connect the organization with the site insidestory.gr and its owner Dimitris Xenakis, with two of the site’s journalists, Katerina Oikonomakou and Giannis Goranitis, revealed by Anonymous to be members of the Athens Group. The well-known journalist of SKAI TV and insidestory.gr, Tassos Telloglou, also appears to belong to this group. In the “Progress Report” of the organization, T. Telloglou is reported to have relations with the German embassy in Athens, and more specifically it is mentioned that “he has direct contact and alignment with the German embassy in Athens”. Two more members appear to staff the Athens Group, the former journalist of “Eleftherotypia” Sissy Alonistiotou and the translator Katerina Chrysanthopoulou, who are involved in the Journalists about Journalism organization.”
LETS’ NOT FORGET:
Insidestory.gr and Tassos Telloglou today lead the “revelations” about the shady “Koukakis case.”
An internal mail document codenamed 394374862-Cnd-Spcd-Notes is perhaps the most interesting among twelve similar documents leaked on November 29, 2018, by Anonymous. The Integrity Initiative think tank had admitted that the documents of the first “batch” leaked by Anonymous on November 5, 2018, were authentic.
Among other things, the document mentioned:
“The Insidestory website is considered a medium without prominent position or acceptance and is directed mainly by Tassos Telloglou who is generally pro-German and is in direct contact and alignment with the German embassy in Athens.”
Keep all of the above in mind. They will prove really useful in the coming days, in order for everyone to understand the following:
A foreign “system” wants to either take over or hold the country’s intelligence services hostage. As we said before, a close associate of Prime Minister Kyriakos Mitsotakis is also entangled in the case, and is clearly frustrated because he was not given a role in the National Intelligence Service (EYP), contrary to what he believed and assured everyone of before the elections.
In the coming days, you will be offered an insight into the relations between the “investigators”, certain “hubs” of Berlin, and certain NGOs, and you will find out who writes reports in Greece which are then published as alleged reports of foreign media.
One more thing: Another group of “investigators” who claim to represent the Left are actively collaborating with the aforementioned “investigators” and, while no one actually reads them, they “somehow” manage to have profit, while they are “somehow” connected with a powerful shipowner and his minions. This is the ridiculous side of the case, which will cause a lot of laughter.