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Breaking: Greek PM

 
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11/06/2011 07:30 AM
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Breaking: Greek PM
Greek Prime Minister George Papandreou will announce his resignation after makeup of new government is decided, officials say.
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11/06/2011 07:31 AM
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Just announced on CNN ticker no other articles available at this time..
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11/06/2011 07:34 AM
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I don't blame him
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11/06/2011 07:34 AM
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I hope that this man has what is coming to him, no I do not mean YU55 I am talking about the Airbus 458 also the great toenail is spinning in my drawer creating many scratches that I now have to laminate.

I am looking at the scratches very closely hehehe now my eye is bleeding brb
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11/06/2011 07:34 AM
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This is good reason for the markets to rally tomorrow!
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11/06/2011 07:35 AM
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Yep, market surge confirmed. Doom Monday over.
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11/06/2011 07:36 AM
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Stay tuned for power vacuum in 3.. 2...
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11/06/2011 07:36 AM
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The markets will crash big time tomorrow..
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11/06/2011 07:38 AM
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Yep, market surge confirmed. Doom Monday over.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 4659460


Depends who replaces him. G-Pap believe it or not, was actually favored by the markets. Now that he is out of the picture either another puppet will fill the void, or this is the start of a struggle for power.

It appears Greece needs a show of nationalism...
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11/06/2011 07:40 AM
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I hope that this man has what is coming to him, no I do not mean YU55 I am talking about the Airbus 458 also the great toenail is spinning in my drawer creating many scratches that I now have to laminate.

I am looking at the scratches very closely hehehe now my eye is bleeding brb
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you boys still sniffing unleaded i see
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11/06/2011 07:41 AM
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Bunker time?
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11/06/2011 07:42 AM
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Wonder how long this 'new government' will take to form..
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11/06/2011 07:43 AM
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Yep, market surge confirmed. Doom Monday over.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 4659460


Depends who replaces him. G-Pap believe it or not, was actually favored by the markets. Now that he is out of the picture either another puppet will fill the void, or this is the start of a struggle for power.

It appears Greece needs a show of nationalism...
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 2830128



Trust me, the world market will fall like a domino starting this monday.
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Yep, market surge confirmed. Doom Monday over.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 4659460


Depends who replaces him. G-Pap believe it or not, was actually favored by the markets. Now that he is out of the picture either another puppet will fill the void, or this is the start of a struggle for power.

It appears Greece needs a show of nationalism...
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 2830128


It's obvious that the new G-Pap is going to be an EU puppet. No way major politicians these days in small European countries have national interest in their mind! They just want to belong to the Brussels elite. Champagne tastes so much better when you drink it with the TPTB.
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11/06/2011 07:43 AM
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So the bigger countries in Europe decide Greece should take the loans, and if not, their PM is ousted and ridiculed.
These games are undemocratic and done because of a crisis situation and effed up.
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Yep, market surge confirmed. Doom Monday over.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 4659460


Depends who replaces him. G-Pap believe it or not, was actually favored by the markets. Now that he is out of the picture either another puppet will fill the void, or this is the start of a struggle for power.

It appears Greece needs a show of nationalism...
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 2830128



Trust me, the world market will fall like a domino starting this monday.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 958133


Why exactly? The US economy is growing and European problems are already reflected in stock prices.
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11/06/2011 07:45 AM
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[link to greece.greekreporter.com]
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11/06/2011 07:47 AM
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Yep, market surge confirmed. Doom Monday over.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 4659460


Depends who replaces him. G-Pap believe it or not, was actually favored by the markets. Now that he is out of the picture either another puppet will fill the void, or this is the start of a struggle for power.

It appears Greece needs a show of nationalism...
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 2830128


It's obvious that the new G-Pap is going to be an EU puppet. No way major politicians these days in small European countries have national interest in their mind! They just want to belong to the Brussels elite. Champagne tastes so much better when you drink it with the TPTB.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 4605560


Let them eat cake? Notice how the people's vote was not protected in a 'mock' referendum.

TPTB need to start reflecting on history.. ;)
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11/06/2011 07:48 AM
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[link to news.sky.com]
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11/06/2011 07:49 AM
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[link to www.cnn.com]
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11/06/2011 07:54 AM
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Doom over, for now. Whether this actually means anything long term is irrelevant, the markets will be soaring tomorrow.

Last Edited by Lime Flavoured Redux on 11/06/2011 07:56 AM
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11/06/2011 07:57 AM
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BREAKING: The Greek PM is going to announce a Global Governance





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11/06/2011 07:58 AM
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Doom over, for now. Whether this actually means anything long term is irrelevant, the markets will be soaring tomorrow.
 Quoting: Lime Flavoured Redux


Never waste a good crisis.. You think this is over? ;)

lol
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11/06/2011 07:59 AM
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The lifetime holiday is over for the lazy. spoiled greeks!

Get a job!
Calling an illegal alien an undocumented alien is like calling a drug dealer an unlicensed pharmacist.

I just realized... they aren't saying, "Keynesian Economics"
they're saying "Kenyansian Economics". Grass Huts for everyone!

Herbert Spencer, originator of the term, "Survival of the Fittest," said it best - "The ultimate result of shielding men from the effects of folly is to fill the world with fools."
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11/06/2011 07:59 AM
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Timely news, OP. Sad for Greece when a P.M. in the country which is the cradle of democracy (kratos; demos = "power of/to the people!) calls a referendum... and then is forced to resign because of the evil banksters who rule the world.

Oversimplification of course. Nonetheles, sometimes simplicity is the path to truth.

***** for this thread and ongoing discussion by GLPers.
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11/06/2011 08:01 AM
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Doom over, for now. Whether this actually means anything long term is irrelevant, the markets will be soaring tomorrow.
 Quoting: Lime Flavoured Redux


Never waste a good crisis.. You think this is over? ;)

lol
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 2830128


Not over as a whole, no, but for now the markets will go up.
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11/06/2011 08:01 AM
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he had to resign ... Greek public are calling for his blood as he sold them out

would not surprise me if he emmigrates

and even with a new PM, it will not quell the public anger as the Greek public still want out of the EU
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11/06/2011 08:05 AM
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Timely news, OP. Sad for Greece when a P.M. in the country which is the cradle of democracy (kratos; demos = "power of/to the people!) calls a referendum... and then is forced to resign because of the evil banksters who rule the world.

Oversimplification of course. Nonetheles, sometimes simplicity is the path to truth.

***** for this thread and ongoing discussion by GLPers.
 Quoting: Hellenophile 519437


The great re-coinage will go ahead as planned.

The answer to "pretending to fail" is a change in the guards?
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11/06/2011 08:08 AM
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Yep, market surge confirmed. Doom Monday over.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 4659460


Depends who replaces him. G-Pap believe it or not, was actually favored by the markets. Now that he is out of the picture either another puppet will fill the void, or this is the start of a struggle for power.

It appears Greece needs a show of nationalism...
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 2830128


Of course he was favoured by the markets since he gave the all the inside information they needed in order to speculate.

See here for example how he allowed DEXIA bank, along with his friend G. Soros to gain billions with the "referendum".


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he had to resign ... Greek public are calling for his blood as he sold them out

would not surprise me if he emmigrates

and even with a new PM, it will not quell the public anger as the Greek public still want out of the EU
 Quoting: *dim* 4748928


No referendum, EFSF passed, change in the guards, destruction of national sovereignty, rise of the fourth reich?
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11/06/2011 08:10 AM
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Yep, market surge confirmed. Doom Monday over.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 4659460


Depends who replaces him. G-Pap believe it or not, was actually favored by the markets. Now that he is out of the picture either another puppet will fill the void, or this is the start of a struggle for power.

It appears Greece needs a show of nationalism...
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 2830128


Of course he was favoured by the markets since he gave the all the inside information they needed in order to speculate.

See here for example how he allowed DEXIA bank, along with his friend G. Soros to gain billions with the "referendum".



 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 4751539


Someone is paying attention ;)

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