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GREECE SITUATION UPDATES: The death of a 19-year-old Greek student has come to symbolize everything that's wrong with austerity!!!

 
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rofl The stock exchange is a joke though for some years now. We are going for the big one this time.lolsign
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I would like to see that joke carsh to the bottom
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Patience my friend. Just a matter of time. I wouldn't spread this out, but since we are having a good chat here i'll tell the story. My best mate's father has a big-big-big business in Athens. And as everyone he is very worried about the situation. So he had a meeting with a big fish of the banking industry. The big fish told him to not expect anything to change after the elections and during the summer. He told him also that we are going to euro-2 (geuro) by the end of the year, undervalued about 50-60%. Terrible news i know, but lets hope the banker will be proved wrong. This meeting took place about 10 days ago. So don't take this for granted for various reasons and let's hope that the things will pan out a bit different.
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I think they dont take in acount the Spain issue. From last autum I keep writing that Greece is something really small and controlable. Spain is huge. And if you cannt control the small problem then you automaticly prove yourself uncapable controlling the big one. But my true worries is the connection that economical situation can have with the Syria-Iran issue and the hole upset in the medditerenea. Are we leading to something bigger than an economic collapse?
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Thread: Former Spanish PM: 'WE'RE IN A SITUATION OF TOTAL EMERGENCY'!!!
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I would like to see that joke carsh to the bottom
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Patience my friend. Just a matter of time. I wouldn't spread this out, but since we are having a good chat here i'll tell the story. My best mate's father has a big-big-big business in Athens. And as everyone he is very worried about the situation. So he had a meeting with a big fish of the banking industry. The big fish told him to not expect anything to change after the elections and during the summer. He told him also that we are going to euro-2 (geuro) by the end of the year, undervalued about 50-60%. Terrible news i know, but lets hope the banker will be proved wrong. This meeting took place about 10 days ago. So don't take this for granted for various reasons and let's hope that the things will pan out a bit different.
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I think they dont take in acount the Spain issue. From last autum I keep writing that Greece is something really small and controlable. Spain is huge. And if you cannt control the small problem then you automaticly prove yourself uncapable controlling the big one. But my true worries is the connection that economical situation can have with the Syria-Iran issue and the hole upset in the medditerenea. Are we leading to something bigger than an economic collapse?
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Thread: Former Spanish PM: 'WE'RE IN A SITUATION OF TOTAL EMERGENCY'!!!
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rofl The stock exchange is a joke though for some years now. We are going for the big one this time.lolsign
 Quoting: insertfunnyusername


I would like to see that joke carsh to the bottom
 Quoting: Foveras


Patience my friend. Just a matter of time. I wouldn't spread this out, but since we are having a good chat here i'll tell the story. My best mate's father has a big-big-big business in Athens. And as everyone he is very worried about the situation. So he had a meeting with a big fish of the banking industry. The big fish told him to not expect anything to change after the elections and during the summer. He told him also that we are going to euro-2 (geuro) by the end of the year, undervalued about 50-60%. Terrible news i know, but lets hope the banker will be proved wrong. This meeting took place about 10 days ago. So don't take this for granted for various reasons and let's hope that the things will pan out a bit different.
 Quoting: insertfunnyusername

I think they dont take in acount the Spain issue. From last autum I keep writing that Greece is something really small and controlable. Spain is huge. And if you cannt control the small problem then you automaticly prove yourself uncapable controlling the big one. But my true worries is the connection that economical situation can have with the Syria-Iran issue and the hole upset in the medditerenea. Are we leading to something bigger than an economic collapse?
 Quoting: Foveras


That's what i think too. By then it will probably be too late for a geuro. The banker has the geuro for granted for some reason. Let's see how thing will pan out with Spain though. Too big economy for a bailout. Any chance that they will accept Germany's eurobonds? Hope not. Regarding the Syria-Iran i think that Greece is down already. Not by force but with debt. We are best mates with Israel already as it seems. It's bit scary to be best mates with Israel.LOL.
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I would like to see that joke carsh to the bottom
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Patience my friend. Just a matter of time. I wouldn't spread this out, but since we are having a good chat here i'll tell the story. My best mate's father has a big-big-big business in Athens. And as everyone he is very worried about the situation. So he had a meeting with a big fish of the banking industry. The big fish told him to not expect anything to change after the elections and during the summer. He told him also that we are going to euro-2 (geuro) by the end of the year, undervalued about 50-60%. Terrible news i know, but lets hope the banker will be proved wrong. This meeting took place about 10 days ago. So don't take this for granted for various reasons and let's hope that the things will pan out a bit different.
 Quoting: insertfunnyusername

I think they dont take in acount the Spain issue. From last autum I keep writing that Greece is something really small and controlable. Spain is huge. And if you cannt control the small problem then you automaticly prove yourself uncapable controlling the big one. But my true worries is the connection that economical situation can have with the Syria-Iran issue and the hole upset in the medditerenea. Are we leading to something bigger than an economic collapse?
 Quoting: Foveras


That's what i think too. By then it will probably be too late for a geuro. The banker has the geuro for granted for some reason. Let's see how thing will pan out with Spain though. Too big economy for a bailout. Any chance that they will accept Germany's eurobonds? Hope not. Regarding the Syria-Iran i think that Greece is down already. Not by force but with debt. We are best mates with Israel already as it seems. It's bit scary to be best mates with Israel.LOL.
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History proves that people dont learn by their mistakes and I fear we revive the 30ths. Thinks are so similar. US economical collapse that lead Europe to complete collapse and then a war comes to recover the economy. Hope I am wrong
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Patience my friend. Just a matter of time. I wouldn't spread this out, but since we are having a good chat here i'll tell the story. My best mate's father has a big-big-big business in Athens. And as everyone he is very worried about the situation. So he had a meeting with a big fish of the banking industry. The big fish told him to not expect anything to change after the elections and during the summer. He told him also that we are going to euro-2 (geuro) by the end of the year, undervalued about 50-60%. Terrible news i know, but lets hope the banker will be proved wrong. This meeting took place about 10 days ago. So don't take this for granted for various reasons and let's hope that the things will pan out a bit different.
 Quoting: insertfunnyusername

I think they dont take in acount the Spain issue. From last autum I keep writing that Greece is something really small and controlable. Spain is huge. And if you cannt control the small problem then you automaticly prove yourself uncapable controlling the big one. But my true worries is the connection that economical situation can have with the Syria-Iran issue and the hole upset in the medditerenea. Are we leading to something bigger than an economic collapse?
 Quoting: Foveras


That's what i think too. By then it will probably be too late for a geuro. The banker has the geuro for granted for some reason. Let's see how thing will pan out with Spain though. Too big economy for a bailout. Any chance that they will accept Germany's eurobonds? Hope not. Regarding the Syria-Iran i think that Greece is down already. Not by force but with debt. We are best mates with Israel already as it seems. It's bit scary to be best mates with Israel.LOL.
 Quoting: insertfunnyusername

History proves that people dont learn by their mistakes and I fear we revive the 30ths. Thinks are so similar. US economical collapse that lead Europe to complete collapse and then a war comes to recover the economy. Hope I am wrong
 Quoting: Foveras


Eventually we'll have a war. I fully understand your concerns. I'm pretty sure for it meself too. Just don't know when. This year or 3 years down the line. BTW did you see the new Epikaira cover? Says that there is war between USA and Germany regarding the elections coming and that USA wants a Syriza govt. I fucking knew it for the last 2 weeks that USA is rooting for Syriza. It was so fucking obvious. Epikaira is usually a well informed magazine.

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I think they dont take in acount the Spain issue. From last autum I keep writing that Greece is something really small and controlable. Spain is huge. And if you cannt control the small problem then you automaticly prove yourself uncapable controlling the big one. But my true worries is the connection that economical situation can have with the Syria-Iran issue and the hole upset in the medditerenea. Are we leading to something bigger than an economic collapse?
 Quoting: Foveras


That's what i think too. By then it will probably be too late for a geuro. The banker has the geuro for granted for some reason. Let's see how thing will pan out with Spain though. Too big economy for a bailout. Any chance that they will accept Germany's eurobonds? Hope not. Regarding the Syria-Iran i think that Greece is down already. Not by force but with debt. We are best mates with Israel already as it seems. It's bit scary to be best mates with Israel.LOL.
 Quoting: insertfunnyusername

History proves that people dont learn by their mistakes and I fear we revive the 30ths. Thinks are so similar. US economical collapse that lead Europe to complete collapse and then a war comes to recover the economy. Hope I am wrong
 Quoting: Foveras


Eventually we'll have a war. I fully understand your concerns. I'm pretty sure for it meself too. Just don't know when. This year or 3 years down the line. BTW did you see the new Epikaira cover? Says that there is war between USA and Germany regarding the elections coming and that USA wants a Syriza govt. I fucking knew it for the last 2 weeks that USA is rooting for Syriza. It was so fucking obvious. Epikaira is usually a well informed magazine.
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Of course I saw it. You could understand that US support Tsipra by the fact that the interviews he gave in the mainstream US media his english was horrible but that wasnt mentioned. And the mainstream media if they dont like you and speak like that they will make fun of you for the next couple of weeks.
Oh and you know US almost always gets the goverment they want here, especially now that they have troubles in the area and they might need a spare base for refulling
And as a matter of war it concerns me that we live in 2012. Maybe what is rumored to happen is manmade and not some poleswift or a huge quake

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As Emperor of Planet Earth I decree the following:

The Greeks, being of shallow morals and nature, are to be given to the Turks in order to relieve the world of their lazy asses.

The Turks, having proven themselves a powerful and hardworking nation, will show the Greeks how to work for a living. They will also outlaw their genetic laziness by forcing them to join their armed forces as latrine diggers.
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That's what i think too. By then it will probably be too late for a geuro. The banker has the geuro for granted for some reason. Let's see how thing will pan out with Spain though. Too big economy for a bailout. Any chance that they will accept Germany's eurobonds? Hope not. Regarding the Syria-Iran i think that Greece is down already. Not by force but with debt. We are best mates with Israel already as it seems. It's bit scary to be best mates with Israel.LOL.
 Quoting: insertfunnyusername

History proves that people dont learn by their mistakes and I fear we revive the 30ths. Thinks are so similar. US economical collapse that lead Europe to complete collapse and then a war comes to recover the economy. Hope I am wrong
 Quoting: Foveras


Eventually we'll have a war. I fully understand your concerns. I'm pretty sure for it meself too. Just don't know when. This year or 3 years down the line. BTW did you see the new Epikaira cover? Says that there is war between USA and Germany regarding the elections coming and that USA wants a Syriza govt. I fucking knew it for the last 2 weeks that USA is rooting for Syriza. It was so fucking obvious. Epikaira is usually a well informed magazine.
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Of course I saw it. You could understand that US support Tsipra by the fact that the interviews he gave in the mainstream US media his english was horrible but that wasnt mentioned. And the mainstream media if they dont like you and speak like that they will make fun of you for the next couple of weeks.
Oh and you know US almost always gets the goverment they want here, especially now that they have troubles in the area and they might need a spare base for refulling
And as a matter of war it concerns me that we live in 2012. Maybe what is rumored to happen is manmade and not some poleswift or a huge quake
 Quoting: Foveras


No comment for Tsipras use of the english language. One of the best laughs i had lately. His views to several issues of the area like FYROM, Turkey etc. matches perfectly the USA policy methinks. And i know it very well that we have been USA pet for decades now. We've been doing their work bringing the euro down. Trojan horse all over again. Don't worry about 2012 mate. I too believe that TPTB wants to have a radical reduce of the global population and will use their manmade natural disasters. I just think that they can't manage all these shit in 2012. First the financial collapse, then the wars, a "natural" disaster here and there. It will take some years to accomplish their plan.
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As Emperor of Planet Earth I decree the following:

The Greeks, being of shallow morals and nature, are to be given to the Turks in order to relieve the world of their lazy asses.

The Turks, having proven themselves a powerful and hardworking nation, will show the Greeks how to work for a living. They will also outlaw their genetic laziness by forcing them to join their armed forces as latrine diggers.
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Keep taking the pills buddy!
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As Emperor of Planet Earth I decree the following:

The Greeks, being of shallow morals and nature, are to be given to the Turks in order to relieve the world of their lazy asses.

The Turks, having proven themselves a powerful and hardworking nation, will show the Greeks how to work for a living. They will also outlaw their genetic laziness by forcing them to join their armed forces as latrine diggers.
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Have you talk to srink lately Emperor? I think you need a checkup. Please give us a break.
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Goodnight guys, have early wake up in the morning.
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Goodnight guys, have early wake up in the morning.
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Have a nice rest mate!
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Epic Retail Sales Plunge In Greec.e The key thing to remember here is that this is all basically just negative numbers porn. Or "recession porn" as Barry Ritholtz calls it.

A 15% collapse. A 12% collapse. It's all kind of the same thing. The economy is in a depression, and everyone knows that the status quo isn't even vaguely tenable.


Read more: [link to www.businessinsider.com]
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Solution to Greek debt: [link to www.imalakas.com]
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'Risk of a Greek exit is material and rising’ - Fitch
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'Risk of a Greek exit is material and rising’ - Fitch
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yo op

how do you think the antibail out parties will get on in the Greek election(mid june) ???????
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'Risk of a Greek exit is material and rising’ - Fitch
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yo op

how do you think the antibail out parties will get on in the Greek election(mid june) ???????
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Moody’s Says 79% of European CMBS Weren’t Repaid on Time in 1Q... bullish: could be 100%
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Here's How Greeks REALLY Feel About The Germans

As we mentioned earlier, the internet is going nuts over a new poll from Pew showing that everyone in Europe thinks the Germans are the most hard working people in Europe. The one exception: Greeks think Greeks are the hardest working people in Europe.



Read more: [link to www.businessinsider.com]

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Here's How Greeks REALLY Feel About The Germans

As we mentioned earlier, the internet is going nuts over a new poll from Pew showing that everyone in Europe thinks the Germans are the most hard working people in Europe. The one exception: Greeks think Greeks are the hardest working people in Europe.

It seems to be a startling insight into how people view themselves.

But if you want to see how Greeks really feel about Germans, you have to check out this survey from VPRC, which we found via Mark Dow.

Let's put it this way: When Greeks are asked to do a word association with Germany, words like "Hitler" and "The Third Reich" are high on the list.


Read more: [link to www.businessinsider.com]
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Great find that poll Luis. Thnx.
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For the life of me, I can not understand this Greek debacle. How in the world does loaning a country money to pay for the interest on previous loans not working? It seemed like such a sure bet.
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GREEK POLL SHOWS 56% THINK THERE IS NO LIKELIHOOD OF EURO EXIT Need to hike fire and brimstone-mongering to Max
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Saw this in another thread but i will post it here for everyone who is keeping up with this thread.

Euro group president blames Ottoman heritage for Greek crisis [link to www.hurriyetdailynews.com]
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Don't worry about it, a lot of things are coming first.
This Solar-gate event happened before the March N-equinox:



Next solar occurrence is expected with the June N-solstice.
So expect the unexpected, Global DEFAULT and debt-LIBERATION.
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Tsipras says no danger of Greece leaving Eurozone. EURUSD shoots higher. Then algos realize subtext and that he means Europe will bend over

8 min zerohedge‏@zerohedge

Tsipras again says Greece needs to cancel the "catastrophic" bailout
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Public Issue poll also indicates SYRIZA & Dem Left would have enough seats to form gov't with slim majority: [link to ekathimerini.com] #Greece

3 h Nick Malkoutzis‏@NickMalkoutzis

Public Issue poll shows SYRIZA building momentum (1.5 % up on last week), while ND/PASOK are hardly moving [link to ekathimerini.com] #Greece

4 h Kathimerini English ‏@ekathimerini

Public Issue poll - MPs: SYRIZA 134, New Democracy 68, PASOK 36, DIMAR 20, KKE 15, Independent Greeks 15 for & Golden Dawn 12 #Greece

4 h Kathimerini English ‏@ekathimerini

Public Issue poll: SYRIZA 31.5%, New Democracy 25.5. PASOK 13.5, DemLeft 7.5, IndGreeks 5.5, Communists 5.5, Golden Dawn 4.5 percent
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Thread: Everyone's Buzzing About The 'Greek Drachma' That's Shown Up On Bloomberg!!!
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