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Absurdly: Portugal ECB loans have only about 8000 years to repay!

 
Even Anders
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04/27/2012 06:54 AM
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Absurdly: Portugal ECB loans have only about 8000 years to repay!
Most non-EU economists agree that the disastrous end failed European currency is doomed to collapse.

The European Central Bank takes more absurd measures to the countries of the eurozone afloat. So now the ECB accepts Portuguese government bonds as collateral for loans until December 31, 9999 need to be repaid. Yes, you read correctly, this is no joke: Portugal gets a small 8000 (!) Years to meet its financial obligations. In other words, not.

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Give me one of those loans?

Europe is done, bankrupt. The only thing left is for MSM to say it out loud!
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04/27/2012 09:29 AM
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Re: Absurdly: Portugal ECB loans have only about 8000 years to repay!
lol
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04/27/2012 09:43 AM

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Re: Absurdly: Portugal ECB loans have only about 8000 years to repay!
alone NOOO OUR PM DON'T WARN US!!!
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04/27/2012 11:22 AM
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Re: Absurdly: Portugal ECB loans have only about 8000 years to repay!
LOL This is getting more ridiculous, day by day.
Our PM is getting more and more hypocrite as days goes by...

This is it. The end is nigh. The system needs a reboot and get all those criminals in JAIL.
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04/27/2012 11:28 AM
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Re: Absurdly: Portugal ECB loans have only about 8000 years to repay!
Most non-EU economists agree that the disastrous end failed European currency is doomed to collapse.

The European Central Bank takes more absurd measures to the countries of the eurozone afloat. So now the ECB accepts Portuguese government bonds as collateral for loans until December 31, 9999 need to be repaid. Yes, you read correctly, this is no joke: Portugal gets a small 8000 (!) Years to meet its financial obligations. In other words, not.

[link to translate.google.nl]

Give me one of those loans?

Europe is done, bankrupt. The only thing left is for MSM to say it out loud!
 Quoting: Even Anders


ha ha now colonilism will start.those portugese were really cruel
the anticommunist and anti nazi
Mindlouka

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04/27/2012 11:34 AM
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Re: Absurdly: Portugal ECB loans have only about 8000 years to repay!
Most non-EU economists agree that the disastrous end failed European currency is doomed to collapse.

The European Central Bank takes more absurd measures to the countries of the eurozone afloat. So now the ECB accepts Portuguese government bonds as collateral for loans until December 31, 9999 need to be repaid. Yes, you read correctly, this is no joke: Portugal gets a small 8000 (!) Years to meet its financial obligations. In other words, not.

[link to translate.google.nl]

Give me one of those loans?

Europe is done, bankrupt. The only thing left is for MSM to say it out loud!
 Quoting: Even Anders


ha ha now colonilism will start.those portugese were really cruel
 Quoting: glpman123


Karma is doing its job now...LOL
Just a note...It was really a shame what they did to other people, but we were not the only ones being cruel...
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04/27/2012 11:38 AM
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8000 years eh? I don't think I can even say that things are getting crazy, when I find an adjective to describe it I'll let you know.
I seem to have nightmares while I'm daydreaming.
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04/27/2012 11:44 AM

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Re: Absurdly: Portugal ECB loans have only about 8000 years to repay!
LOL This is getting more ridiculous, day by day.
Our PM is getting more and more hypocrite as days goes by...

This is it. The end is nigh. The system needs a reboot and get all those criminals in JAIL.
 Quoting: Mindlouka


ohyeah
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04/27/2012 11:47 AM
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Re: Absurdly: Portugal ECB loans have only about 8000 years to repay!
Europe is done, bankrupt.
 Quoting: Even Anders


The problem is they can keep this going for a long long time.

Dont wait for a crash to happen anytime soon.
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04/27/2012 11:59 AM
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Re: Absurdly: Portugal ECB loans have only about 8000 years to repay!
Most non-EU economists agree that the disastrous end failed European currency is doomed to collapse.

The European Central Bank takes more absurd measures to the countries of the eurozone afloat. So now the ECB accepts Portuguese government bonds as collateral for loans until December 31, 9999 need to be repaid. Yes, you read correctly, this is no joke: Portugal gets a small 8000 (!) Years to meet its financial obligations. In other words, not.

[link to translate.google.nl]

Give me one of those loans?

Europe is done, bankrupt. The only thing left is for MSM to say it out loud!
 Quoting: Even Anders


ha ha now colonilism will start.those portugese were really cruel
 Quoting: glpman123


Karma is doing its job now...LOL
Just a note...It was really a shame what they did to other people, but we were not the only ones being cruel...
 Quoting: Mindlouka


no i am not blaming you.It is not fault of the current generation.In fact the current eneration of portugese are just people like us,trying to live life.
Just few days back i saw the coat of arms of portugese emperor near mumbai on a old fort.The fort is still standing.All the interiors are barren but walls are still strong.
the anticommunist and anti nazi
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04/27/2012 12:01 PM
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Re: Absurdly: Portugal ECB loans have only about 8000 years to repay!
8000 years eh? I don't think I can even say that things are getting crazy, when I find an adjective to describe it I'll let you know.
 Quoting: Whatsitallabout


preposterous
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Mindlouka

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04/27/2012 12:17 PM
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Re: Absurdly: Portugal ECB loans have only about 8000 years to repay!
Most non-EU economists agree that the disastrous end failed European currency is doomed to collapse.

The European Central Bank takes more absurd measures to the countries of the eurozone afloat. So now the ECB accepts Portuguese government bonds as collateral for loans until December 31, 9999 need to be repaid. Yes, you read correctly, this is no joke: Portugal gets a small 8000 (!) Years to meet its financial obligations. In other words, not.

[link to translate.google.nl]

Give me one of those loans?

Europe is done, bankrupt. The only thing left is for MSM to say it out loud!
 Quoting: Even Anders


ha ha now colonilism will start.those portugese were really cruel
 Quoting: glpman123


Karma is doing its job now...LOL
Just a note...It was really a shame what they did to other people, but we were not the only ones being cruel...
 Quoting: Mindlouka


no i am not blaming you.It is not fault of the current generation.In fact the current eneration of portugese are just people like us,trying to live life.
Just few days back i saw the coat of arms of portugese emperor near mumbai on a old fort.The fort is still standing.All the interiors are barren but walls are still strong.
 Quoting: glpman123


I know you were not blaming me hf And I regret what ancestors portuguese did.
Btw, I LOVE India!!! And your food...Awwwww... Is the BEST!!!

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