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Monday, July 6, 2015

Greeks vote "no"

The Greeks vote no; now they will suffer. It is just like all you people at the lab that 
want another contract change it will only get worse.

12 comments:

Anonymous said...

The birth place of democracy is about to turn communist.
The wealthy and educated in Greece voted yes, but the commoners voted no.
The stupid win and Greece is now done.

Anonymous said...

http://www.cnbc.com/id/102474866

Greece can't leave the Euro, but voted no to austerity. I get something for nothing. That's communism.

If Greece leaves the Euro, then they are really screwed, and their financial system will be in chaos. Greeks and Mediterraneans aren't good at organizing anymore. See the wealthy/educated know something that the common leaches don't.

Anonymous said...

Yep. Raise the Red Star over Athens.

Anonymous said...

Greece must leave the Euro if they are ever to survive. The German plan would keep them in servitude forever (and or course that's what Andrea wants - she also miscalculated in Ukraine) check out the finance expert opinion,

"The Greek Vote and the EU Miscalculation is republished

Anonymous said...

Basic math (rounding):
Greek loans from EU: $500 Billion dollars
Equivalent loan per person to US: $13 Trillion
Greek politicians can't say "no more" to population.
Thus, loaning money to Greece is bad investment.
Greece couldn't even get the capital to restart a new currency (can't go back to the old one because of outstanding debt)
Greece leaves Euro, will collapse into Chaos because of insecure financial system.
Greece needs Germans to tell them what to do, and beat them into sensibility with "Greek be Good" sticks.

Get Educated.

Anonymous said...

So it is time to collect up the Greek wmd arsenal?

Anonymous said...

Similar forces, inertia, weak leadership lead the French Monarchy to the financial crisis of 1789. At the ad hoc General Assembly, the Estates General drafted the national constitution that enfranchised tax-paying men, active citizens, those with something invested and at risk in the future, and non-tax paying poorer citizens, in French ", passive" citizens who have little invested and are too malleable and incited to rash action and chaos. (Durant, The Age of Napolean).


In the face of such obvious wisdom of human mob behavior, Madam Guillotine emerged.

Louis, his children, Marie, Holy Men, sinners and most of the members of the General Assembly, the 40000 man Swiss Guard, lost their earthly gamble and met their saviour and judgement. Ironically Marat and Robspierre, creators ofvthe calamity, were consumed.

Weakness in thus crisis ill served France for the next 100 years.

I wish for the good citizens of Greece better leadership and a better fate.

Anonymous said...

Coming to YOU in just a matter of time.

Anonymous said...

I wish for the good citizens of Greece better leadership and a better fate.

July 8, 2015 at 8:36 PM


The citizenry wants something for nothing, and the leaders will keep getting voted back in for pandering... kind of like Democrats who get jollies for handing out other people's money.

Anonymous said...

The citizenry wants something for nothing, and the leaders will keep getting voted back in for pandering... kind of like Democrats who get jollies for handing out other people's money.

The problem is that it is really not other people's money. Most of this money is
made by exploitation and corruption. It is money stolen from the people. There are hard working people out there that earn their money just to have stolen by corporations, greedy banks, and corrupt politicians.

Anonymous said...

The problem is that it is really not other people's money.

July 13, 2015 at 6:38 AM

You seem to be forgetting the 10's of billions borrowed and owed by Greece to the IMF, eurozone countries, and the European Central Bank. THAT'S the "other peoples' money."

Anonymous said...

Rare!

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