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July 5th, 2012, 4:51 pm #1



Athens Enraged by Camerons Statements
By A. Papapostolou on July 5, 2012 in News, Politics
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The statements by British prime minister David Cameron to close the borders to Greek citizens in case of a potential exit of our country from the common currency have caused strong reactions in Athens.
Foreign Minister Dimitris Avramopoulos called the British ambassador to express the displeasure of the Greek government in response to Camerons statements, according to Protothema.

Avramopoulos instructed the general secretary of the ministry Ioannis-Alexios Zepos to call the British ambassador in Athens, David Lunchman, for a meeting today, in order to point out that these statements may create a false impression, complicating the efforts to consolidate confidence, which is essential in order to tackle the economic crisis in Europe.

Earlier today PASOK called the British prime minister to refute or disprove what he allegedly has said. An excerpt from their statement reads: The United Kingdom, which is not a member of the eurozone, is interested so much for the unity and stability of the eurozone that it threatens with police measures violating all the principles, fundamental freedoms and the rules of European law. It would be preferable if the British prime minister would give further explanation for the information on manipulation of the basic interest rate (LIBOR) and if he were to take care of the financial issues of his own country, which even though outside the eurozone, he wants to establish as the financial center of the eurozone, rather than making insulting remarks or comments that create fake agitations in the markets.
(source: protothema, Capital)

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July 5th, 2012, 5:18 pm #2

Good idea. Seal of the border. No running away from the **** sandwich that has been accumulating the last 10 years for Greeks. Every Greek has to take his fair share of the **** sandwich and start paying off the debt.

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July 5th, 2012, 7:31 pm #3


Athens Enraged by Camerons Statements
By A. Papapostolou on July 5, 2012 in News, Politics
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The statements by British prime minister David Cameron to close the borders to Greek citizens in case of a potential exit of our country from the common currency have caused strong reactions in Athens.
Foreign Minister Dimitris Avramopoulos called the British ambassador to express the displeasure of the Greek government in response to Camerons statements, according to Protothema.

Avramopoulos instructed the general secretary of the ministry Ioannis-Alexios Zepos to call the British ambassador in Athens, David Lunchman, for a meeting today, in order to point out that these statements may create a false impression, complicating the efforts to consolidate confidence, which is essential in order to tackle the economic crisis in Europe.

Earlier today PASOK called the British prime minister to refute or disprove what he allegedly has said. An excerpt from their statement reads: The United Kingdom, which is not a member of the eurozone, is interested so much for the unity and stability of the eurozone that it threatens with police measures violating all the principles, fundamental freedoms and the rules of European law. It would be preferable if the British prime minister would give further explanation for the information on manipulation of the basic interest rate (LIBOR) and if he were to take care of the financial issues of his own country, which even though outside the eurozone, he wants to establish as the financial center of the eurozone, rather than making insulting remarks or comments that create fake agitations in the markets.
(source: protothema, Capital)

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When will people ever learn.. The British are NOT our friends, never have and never will be..


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July 5th, 2012, 8:20 pm #4


Athens Enraged by Camerons Statements
By A. Papapostolou on July 5, 2012 in News, Politics
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The statements by British prime minister David Cameron to close the borders to Greek citizens in case of a potential exit of our country from the common currency have caused strong reactions in Athens.
Foreign Minister Dimitris Avramopoulos called the British ambassador to express the displeasure of the Greek government in response to Camerons statements, according to Protothema.

Avramopoulos instructed the general secretary of the ministry Ioannis-Alexios Zepos to call the British ambassador in Athens, David Lunchman, for a meeting today, in order to point out that these statements may create a false impression, complicating the efforts to consolidate confidence, which is essential in order to tackle the economic crisis in Europe.

Earlier today PASOK called the British prime minister to refute or disprove what he allegedly has said. An excerpt from their statement reads: The United Kingdom, which is not a member of the eurozone, is interested so much for the unity and stability of the eurozone that it threatens with police measures violating all the principles, fundamental freedoms and the rules of European law. It would be preferable if the British prime minister would give further explanation for the information on manipulation of the basic interest rate (LIBOR) and if he were to take care of the financial issues of his own country, which even though outside the eurozone, he wants to establish as the financial center of the eurozone, rather than making insulting remarks or comments that create fake agitations in the markets.
(source: protothema, Capital)

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The dogs bark, the convoy marches on

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The British are NOT our friends, never have and never will be..
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friends ? interstate relations and friendship ? isn't it romantic ?


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July 5th, 2012, 9:23 pm #5


Athens Enraged by Camerons Statements
By A. Papapostolou on July 5, 2012 in News, Politics
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The statements by British prime minister David Cameron to close the borders to Greek citizens in case of a potential exit of our country from the common currency have caused strong reactions in Athens.
Foreign Minister Dimitris Avramopoulos called the British ambassador to express the displeasure of the Greek government in response to Camerons statements, according to Protothema.

Avramopoulos instructed the general secretary of the ministry Ioannis-Alexios Zepos to call the British ambassador in Athens, David Lunchman, for a meeting today, in order to point out that these statements may create a false impression, complicating the efforts to consolidate confidence, which is essential in order to tackle the economic crisis in Europe.

Earlier today PASOK called the British prime minister to refute or disprove what he allegedly has said. An excerpt from their statement reads: The United Kingdom, which is not a member of the eurozone, is interested so much for the unity and stability of the eurozone that it threatens with police measures violating all the principles, fundamental freedoms and the rules of European law. It would be preferable if the British prime minister would give further explanation for the information on manipulation of the basic interest rate (LIBOR) and if he were to take care of the financial issues of his own country, which even though outside the eurozone, he wants to establish as the financial center of the eurozone, rather than making insulting remarks or comments that create fake agitations in the markets.
(source: protothema, Capital)

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<strong>"friends ? interstate relations and friendship ? isn't it romantic ?"</strong>

I understand the concept of "friendship" between nations very well.. and Britain could still be civil and still look after their interests without resorting to derogatory statements that boarder on racism.. leaving room for friendship and understanding between peoples, instead of trying to jump on the same racist bandwagon as merkel to get domestic political advantages..

When they needed us in WW1 and WW2 we showed friendship and honour.. pity these northern phucks lack the same qaulities..

 


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July 5th, 2012, 10:46 pm #6


Athens Enraged by Camerons Statements
By A. Papapostolou on July 5, 2012 in News, Politics
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The statements by British prime minister David Cameron to close the borders to Greek citizens in case of a potential exit of our country from the common currency have caused strong reactions in Athens.
Foreign Minister Dimitris Avramopoulos called the British ambassador to express the displeasure of the Greek government in response to Camerons statements, according to Protothema.

Avramopoulos instructed the general secretary of the ministry Ioannis-Alexios Zepos to call the British ambassador in Athens, David Lunchman, for a meeting today, in order to point out that these statements may create a false impression, complicating the efforts to consolidate confidence, which is essential in order to tackle the economic crisis in Europe.

Earlier today PASOK called the British prime minister to refute or disprove what he allegedly has said. An excerpt from their statement reads: The United Kingdom, which is not a member of the eurozone, is interested so much for the unity and stability of the eurozone that it threatens with police measures violating all the principles, fundamental freedoms and the rules of European law. It would be preferable if the British prime minister would give further explanation for the information on manipulation of the basic interest rate (LIBOR) and if he were to take care of the financial issues of his own country, which even though outside the eurozone, he wants to establish as the financial center of the eurozone, rather than making insulting remarks or comments that create fake agitations in the markets.
(source: protothema, Capital)

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That statement was probably made to play on populist sentiment. Greeks abroad are generally a very industrious bunch, and I have read numerous articles that say Greek universities contribute greatly to the number of scientists and engineers in other EU countries. Greece itself may not be a model industrial nation, but individual Greeks contribute greatly to the EU countries they live in.

Greeks in the US are a very strong group.

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July 6th, 2012, 11:36 am #7


Athens Enraged by Camerons Statements
By A. Papapostolou on July 5, 2012 in News, Politics
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The statements by British prime minister David Cameron to close the borders to Greek citizens in case of a potential exit of our country from the common currency have caused strong reactions in Athens.
Foreign Minister Dimitris Avramopoulos called the British ambassador to express the displeasure of the Greek government in response to Camerons statements, according to Protothema.

Avramopoulos instructed the general secretary of the ministry Ioannis-Alexios Zepos to call the British ambassador in Athens, David Lunchman, for a meeting today, in order to point out that these statements may create a false impression, complicating the efforts to consolidate confidence, which is essential in order to tackle the economic crisis in Europe.

Earlier today PASOK called the British prime minister to refute or disprove what he allegedly has said. An excerpt from their statement reads: The United Kingdom, which is not a member of the eurozone, is interested so much for the unity and stability of the eurozone that it threatens with police measures violating all the principles, fundamental freedoms and the rules of European law. It would be preferable if the British prime minister would give further explanation for the information on manipulation of the basic interest rate (LIBOR) and if he were to take care of the financial issues of his own country, which even though outside the eurozone, he wants to establish as the financial center of the eurozone, rather than making insulting remarks or comments that create fake agitations in the markets.
(source: protothema, Capital)

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The statement was made for the beneift of the Daily Mail - a right wing conservative newspaper. The pet hates of the Daily Mail are anyone claiming state benefits and inmigrants and when the two are combined with immigrants taking hard earned English benefits it makes your average Daily Mail readers red with rage and foam at the mouth shouting to put up the barriers to anyone they think wants to come to England for those reasons and unfortunatley they are always are Pakistanis and blacks.
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