75380 - Intermediate movements

N. Lygeros
Translated from the Greek by Athina Kehagias

It began with gold and armor.
It continued with surrendering territories that were not its own.
The system followed a tactic of deconstruction.
The surrendering of Karelia, Lithuania and Poland was merely the first step.
A form of preparation.
Nothing substantial at this level.
However in the same Treaty there was also the Transcaucasia handing over.
And that was an investment.
The system shielded its every move
with the sacrifice of the nations.
And that is why it chose aggressive Treaties in order to invalidate the historic ones.
It attacked the Treaty of Versailles because it was fundamental and because it had surpassed its own:
the Brest-Litovsk Treaty.
And it created the Treaty of Alexandroupolis in order to give space and to play upon the Treaty of
Moscow which it enhanced with the Treaty of Kars.
The entire system had obtained other dimensions and it was ready to act more profoundly .