EU Euro Bailout Greece


They are so very screwed as a country. Socialism on steroids, they see the cliff and the precipice below but it’s full steam ahead. KGS

In the midst of the crisis, the number of museum guards, at the Acropolis, for example, has magically increased, as have the numbers of ambulance drivers and nurses. “People are enthusiastic,” says Reppas, adding: “A real consolidation is underway here.”

Officials from the European Union, the International Monetary Fund (IMF) and the European Central Bank (ECB), who have a different definition of consolidation, are unlikely to be quite as enthusiastic. They approved €110 billion ($159 billion) in financial aid for Greece about a year ago, imposing tough requirements on the country in return.

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5 Responses

  1. Oh no please! Enough is enough! I’ve read a whole piece about Greeks unwilling to pay their taxes and to work hard. They are nothing but a bunch of freeloaders.

  2. As the old saying goes”there is nothing like throwing good money after bad”. I’m assuming that the Greek vocabulary does not have any words or concept of ‘thrift’ and ‘austerity’.

  3. where can I get a copy of jumping into the abyss that will have the motion included?

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