Rescue Formula of Greece

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Joined: January 4th, 2010, 3:39 am

June 14th, 2012, 3:00 pm #1

Et si l'on rendait la Grèce à la Turquie...

Should we save Greece ? So far, the Europe has done everything to get out of the water. By bailing out the shots to hundreds of billions of euros.

But most of Europe with over Greece wants him: she bites even the hand that feeds, as evidenced by the breakthrough in the elections of May 6 of the radical left and anti-European (Syriza), poised to become the leading political force at the next election, June 17

Never mind that the economic solutions of Syriza are weak and ridiculous with debt amounted, last year, 165% of GDP, the Greeks do not want to hear about rigor. It is therefore legitimate to ask if they want to save themselves.

If Europe refuses to continue to subsidize the loss to Greece, Syriza mean, it seems, arrange a reconciliation between his country and Russia . But why not with China , the Venezuela and Qatar, for that matter? Unless Turkey , heir to the Ottoman Empire, not "dedicated", once again.

Until its independence in 1832, Greece has lived for four centuries under Ottoman rule. Leaves to be absurd, incredible economic performance of Turkey, with a growth of 8% and increased exports by 18%, do not they give the legimacy necessary to ensure recovery of Greece?

At the point where we are, we can laugh at anything.

PS : In this issue, Jerome Cordelier, his biographer, pays tribute to Ceyrac father, who was living proof that one could simultaneously be a great man and a poor unknown. A lesson on its own.


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It seems to me the founders of Greece won't support their little ally more.
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Joined: May 13th, 2012, 5:11 pm

June 14th, 2012, 3:22 pm #2

Greeks!Forgot everything u had learned in ur history lessons!Come back to ur fatherland.Lets join again.Composed a regional superpower.Name would be Turgrekurd Republic.The masters of ancient world!You will feel as the owners of Constan tinopolis and Smyrna,in part we r the owners of Rhodos,Agean ,cretes and Cyprus,And the Kurds will fell themselves as the owner of Anatolia!What will be a good dream 4 us if happens?Ý know its utopic but i feel good when i think of it after drinking Raký.
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Joined: September 9th, 2010, 7:36 am

June 14th, 2012, 4:20 pm #3

Et si l'on rendait la Grèce à la Turquie...

Should we save Greece ? So far, the Europe has done everything to get out of the water. By bailing out the shots to hundreds of billions of euros.

But most of Europe with over Greece wants him: she bites even the hand that feeds, as evidenced by the breakthrough in the elections of May 6 of the radical left and anti-European (Syriza), poised to become the leading political force at the next election, June 17

Never mind that the economic solutions of Syriza are weak and ridiculous with debt amounted, last year, 165% of GDP, the Greeks do not want to hear about rigor. It is therefore legitimate to ask if they want to save themselves.

If Europe refuses to continue to subsidize the loss to Greece, Syriza mean, it seems, arrange a reconciliation between his country and Russia . But why not with China , the Venezuela and Qatar, for that matter? Unless Turkey , heir to the Ottoman Empire, not "dedicated", once again.

Until its independence in 1832, Greece has lived for four centuries under Ottoman rule. Leaves to be absurd, incredible economic performance of Turkey, with a growth of 8% and increased exports by 18%, do not they give the legimacy necessary to ensure recovery of Greece?

At the point where we are, we can laugh at anything.

PS : In this issue, Jerome Cordelier, his biographer, pays tribute to Ceyrac father, who was living proof that one could simultaneously be a great man and a poor unknown. A lesson on its own.


http://www.lepoint.fr/editos-du-point/f ... 412_70.php



It seems to me the founders of Greece won't support their little ally more.
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Thanks for showing us again raki kills brain cells badly..
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Joined: February 12th, 2012, 8:02 am

June 15th, 2012, 12:05 am #4

Et si l'on rendait la Grèce à la Turquie...

Should we save Greece ? So far, the Europe has done everything to get out of the water. By bailing out the shots to hundreds of billions of euros.

But most of Europe with over Greece wants him: she bites even the hand that feeds, as evidenced by the breakthrough in the elections of May 6 of the radical left and anti-European (Syriza), poised to become the leading political force at the next election, June 17

Never mind that the economic solutions of Syriza are weak and ridiculous with debt amounted, last year, 165% of GDP, the Greeks do not want to hear about rigor. It is therefore legitimate to ask if they want to save themselves.

If Europe refuses to continue to subsidize the loss to Greece, Syriza mean, it seems, arrange a reconciliation between his country and Russia . But why not with China , the Venezuela and Qatar, for that matter? Unless Turkey , heir to the Ottoman Empire, not "dedicated", once again.

Until its independence in 1832, Greece has lived for four centuries under Ottoman rule. Leaves to be absurd, incredible economic performance of Turkey, with a growth of 8% and increased exports by 18%, do not they give the legimacy necessary to ensure recovery of Greece?

At the point where we are, we can laugh at anything.

PS : In this issue, Jerome Cordelier, his biographer, pays tribute to Ceyrac father, who was living proof that one could simultaneously be a great man and a poor unknown. A lesson on its own.


http://www.lepoint.fr/editos-du-point/f ... 412_70.php



It seems to me the founders of Greece won't support their little ally more.
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to the uneducated propaganda subscribers the eu is helping greece but the reality paints a different picture.
the germans and others say that they provided a bailout fund but in reality they merely guranteed the greek debt only providing around 16 billion in actual cash flow.
they say they are helping greece yet the german bankers alone have taken in close to 50 billion euros from the greek treasury.they say that they are helping greece by providing funds yet they charge over 8% in interest where cyprus snubs the euro banks and takes out russian loans at 4.5% so the question is does the eu help greece or takes advantage of greece?
the germans say that greece must adhere to what was agreed and signed.but it wasnt agreed nor negotiated ,it was imposed in a very unscrupuless manner away from the public eye and made to be above and beyond scrutiny with only minor passages ever revealed to the greek public.
they say they want to help greece but their policy and pre requiste conditions have stagnated the economy and sent the economy into free fall making repaying the loan even more difficult.

some of the clauses in the bailout agreement stipulate the forced sale of governmental assets,resources and industries.whilst this is a short term money generating cash flow plan in the long term it will means,less jobs for greeks,less revenue for the government and more sway of foreign governments and institutions in the affairs of greece.both domestic and foreign policies.

economists world wide state their professional opinions that greece needs a pro growth plan in order to fix the economy and debts otherwise greece will never be able to pay the debt yet the bankers particularly the german banks and german politicians say they dont want to hear of alternatives,,why?.could it be that they arent interested in helping greece as their plan is to eat up greek sovereignty and resources as mandated in the bailout agreement?.

germans insist that what has been agreed must be delivered.there is nothing wrong with keeping agreements and promises but it must work both ways.germany made agreements and promises with greece yet hasnt honoured her signiture.there are outstanding financial issues and arrears with greece yet the germans attempt to sweep greek rights under the carpet,why shouldnt greece do the same to the germans?
i do not mind german insults nor care for them.i do not mind german lies and disinformation but to say that they are helping greece is unacceptable and the worse insult of all.
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Joined: February 5th, 2012, 8:04 pm

June 15th, 2012, 3:50 am #5

Et si l'on rendait la Grèce à la Turquie...

Should we save Greece ? So far, the Europe has done everything to get out of the water. By bailing out the shots to hundreds of billions of euros.

But most of Europe with over Greece wants him: she bites even the hand that feeds, as evidenced by the breakthrough in the elections of May 6 of the radical left and anti-European (Syriza), poised to become the leading political force at the next election, June 17

Never mind that the economic solutions of Syriza are weak and ridiculous with debt amounted, last year, 165% of GDP, the Greeks do not want to hear about rigor. It is therefore legitimate to ask if they want to save themselves.

If Europe refuses to continue to subsidize the loss to Greece, Syriza mean, it seems, arrange a reconciliation between his country and Russia . But why not with China , the Venezuela and Qatar, for that matter? Unless Turkey , heir to the Ottoman Empire, not "dedicated", once again.

Until its independence in 1832, Greece has lived for four centuries under Ottoman rule. Leaves to be absurd, incredible economic performance of Turkey, with a growth of 8% and increased exports by 18%, do not they give the legimacy necessary to ensure recovery of Greece?

At the point where we are, we can laugh at anything.

PS : In this issue, Jerome Cordelier, his biographer, pays tribute to Ceyrac father, who was living proof that one could simultaneously be a great man and a poor unknown. A lesson on its own.


http://www.lepoint.fr/editos-du-point/f ... 412_70.php



It seems to me the founders of Greece won't support their little ally more.
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You people here make me laugh, with your simplistic perceptions as to how the world is organized...you are all mindless automatons blinded by cheap bits of coloured cloth and lies...

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