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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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Re Greece: "The bottom line is who pays for and orders the poll has quite a bit of impact on what the questions are" Theodore Couloumbis
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"Greek state must be rebuilt, like in a developing nation" Nikolaus Blome, Bild chief political columnist
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Your Complete Guide To This Sunday's Greek Elections

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Samaras Says Only 2 Conditions for Greek Coalition Government: Remaining in euro and... Renegotiating loan accord. Uhm....?
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Samaras Says Only 2 Conditions for Greek Coalition Government: Remaining in euro and... Renegotiating loan accord. Uhm....?
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Hi Luis!
Samaras would say anything for some votes. Germans have him, members of his party and the whole PASOK by the balls with various scandals (siemens, feroostahl etc.). Puppets doesn't even describe this fair. They would do anything to stay in power and never to be revealed how much money they stolen through these years.
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I hope Syriza win large!
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The New Democracy Rally Was WAY More Intense Than The SYRIZA Rally

ATHENS, GREECE -- I just got back from the rally for conservative, pro-euro candidate Antonio Samaras, the head of the New Democracy party.


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Greece: Solution is simple:
1. restore independence
- currency
- constitution
- borders control.

2. Regain control of what is possible among the assets that greek traitors transfered to illuminati accounts (real estate, firms)

3. Seek protection under Russia's shield from NATziO bombs

====>>>
to get how the illuminati steal assets from "countries" "ruled" by their puppets all you need is to get how they steal the Euromillions jackpot, which is exactly the same way the Megamilliions is rigged

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Samaras Says Only 2 Conditions for Greek Coalition Government: Remaining in euro and... Renegotiating loan accord. Uhm....?
 Quoting: Luisport


Hi Luis!
Samaras would say anything for some votes. Germans have him, members of his party and the whole PASOK by the balls with various scandals (siemens, feroostahl etc.). Puppets doesn't even describe this fair. They would do anything to stay in power and never to be revealed how much money they stolen through these years.
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The New Democracy Rally Was WAY More Intense Than The SYRIZA Rally

ATHENS, GREECE -- I just got back from the rally for conservative, pro-euro candidate Antonio Samaras, the head of the New Democracy party.

I'll have some video shortly that will show you how intense it is, but suffice to say, the turnout seemed bigger than SYRIZA did yesterday, and the crowd also seemed more intense (also much older).

The smart money seems to think New Democracy will win, and if rally intensity is a measure, then this would confirm it.


Read more: [link to www.businessinsider.com]
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yes, is what I heard

I am sorry if this is the case, but the markets and money all think the NDP will win easily
The object of life is not to be on the side of the majority, but to escape finding oneself in the ranks of the insane.
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The New Democracy Rally Was WAY More Intense Than The SYRIZA Rally

ATHENS, GREECE -- I just got back from the rally for conservative, pro-euro candidate Antonio Samaras, the head of the New Democracy party.

I'll have some video shortly that will show you how intense it is, but suffice to say, the turnout seemed bigger than SYRIZA did yesterday, and the crowd also seemed more intense (also much older).

The smart money seems to think New Democracy will win, and if rally intensity is a measure, then this would confirm it.


Read more: [link to www.businessinsider.com]
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yes, is what I heard

I am sorry if this is the case, but the markets and money all think the NDP will win easily
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The New Democracy Rally Was WAY More Intense Than The SYRIZA Rally

ATHENS, GREECE -- I just got back from the rally for conservative, pro-euro candidate Antonio Samaras, the head of the New Democracy party.

I'll have some video shortly that will show you how intense it is, but suffice to say, the turnout seemed bigger than SYRIZA did yesterday, and the crowd also seemed more intense (also much older).

The smart money seems to think New Democracy will win, and if rally intensity is a measure, then this would confirm it.


Read more: [link to www.businessinsider.com]
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rofl
MSM seem to want this so bad don't they? What fuckin lies they are spreading is unimaginable. I could provide some youtoube links to see for yourselves lads that Syriza turnout was by far bigger. Not saying that ND didn't have a decent crowd, but Syriza rally was packed as fuck and by far bigger.
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The New Democracy Rally Was WAY More Intense Than The SYRIZA Rally

ATHENS, GREECE -- I just got back from the rally for conservative, pro-euro candidate Antonio Samaras, the head of the New Democracy party.

I'll have some video shortly that will show you how intense it is, but suffice to say, the turnout seemed bigger than SYRIZA did yesterday, and the crowd also seemed more intense (also much older).

The smart money seems to think New Democracy will win, and if rally intensity is a measure, then this would confirm it.


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


rofl
MSM seem to want this so bad don't they? What fuckin lies they are spreading is unimaginable. I could provide some youtoube links to see for yourselves lads that Syriza turnout was by far bigger. Not saying that ND didn't have a decent crowd, but Syriza rally was packed as fuck and by far bigger.
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Please can you post them? Thank's!hf
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The New Democracy Rally Was WAY More Intense Than The SYRIZA Rally

ATHENS, GREECE -- I just got back from the rally for conservative, pro-euro candidate Antonio Samaras, the head of the New Democracy party.

I'll have some video shortly that will show you how intense it is, but suffice to say, the turnout seemed bigger than SYRIZA did yesterday, and the crowd also seemed more intense (also much older).

The smart money seems to think New Democracy will win, and if rally intensity is a measure, then this would confirm it.


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


rofl
MSM seem to want this so bad don't they? What fuckin lies they are spreading is unimaginable. I could provide some youtoube links to see for yourselves lads that Syriza turnout was by far bigger. Not saying that ND didn't have a decent crowd, but Syriza rally was packed as fuck and by far bigger.
 Quoting: insertfunnyusername


Syriza crowd also seemed to be younger people.

Just watched an interview on Sky News where the guy said the Greek people were being lead to believe if they leave the €uro then the country will go back 50 years!
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The New Democracy Rally Was WAY More Intense Than The SYRIZA Rally

ATHENS, GREECE -- I just got back from the rally for conservative, pro-euro candidate Antonio Samaras, the head of the New Democracy party.

I'll have some video shortly that will show you how intense it is, but suffice to say, the turnout seemed bigger than SYRIZA did yesterday, and the crowd also seemed more intense (also much older).

The smart money seems to think New Democracy will win, and if rally intensity is a measure, then this would confirm it.


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


rofl
MSM seem to want this so bad don't they? What fuckin lies they are spreading is unimaginable. I could provide some youtoube links to see for yourselves lads that Syriza turnout was by far bigger. Not saying that ND didn't have a decent crowd, but Syriza rally was packed as fuck and by far bigger.
 Quoting: insertfunnyusername


Please can you post them? Thank's!hf
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They are completely twisting the truth these fuckers. Something that the MSM won't tell you is that Samaras two days ago almost got lynched in Egaleo, an Athens municipality.
Already a video in youtube mocking ND rally because it was just the Syntagma square. Just that, no crowd in the streets nearby. [link to www.youtube.com]

Compare the above video with this one where the streets nearby are completely packed as far as your eye can go.
[link to www.youtube.com]
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The New Democracy Rally Was WAY More Intense Than The SYRIZA Rally

ATHENS, GREECE -- I just got back from the rally for conservative, pro-euro candidate Antonio Samaras, the head of the New Democracy party.

I'll have some video shortly that will show you how intense it is, but suffice to say, the turnout seemed bigger than SYRIZA did yesterday, and the crowd also seemed more intense (also much older).

The smart money seems to think New Democracy will win, and if rally intensity is a measure, then this would confirm it.


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


rofl
MSM seem to want this so bad don't they? What fuckin lies they are spreading is unimaginable. I could provide some youtoube links to see for yourselves lads that Syriza turnout was by far bigger. Not saying that ND didn't have a decent crowd, but Syriza rally was packed as fuck and by far bigger.
 Quoting: insertfunnyusername


Syriza crowd also seemed to be younger people.

Just watched an interview on Sky News where the guy said the Greek people were being lead to believe if they leave the €uro then the country will go back 50 years!
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Yes, the older ones have been intimidated by the daily blackmails and are going with ND. Young people are all with Syriza. Especially in Athens ND was crashed in the last elections. Syriza got 30%+ and ND 13%. Just a joke the MSM lads don't believe nothing of what you hear.
You wouldn't believe the amount of terror the reporters in TV are spreading the last few weeks. They are screaming, blackmailing and terrorizing that the end of the world will come IF. Hilarious stuff honestly. They have staged an enormous propaganda. they are playing their last cards.
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rofl
Isn't that hilarious Luis? The lad with the camera walked the whole ND rally in 3 minutes tops. Don't think he would be able to do that in the Syriza rally. It was packed and far more intense. MSM sucks.
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rofl
Isn't that hilarious Luis? The lad with the camera walked the whole ND rally in 3 minutes tops. Don't think he would be able to do that in the Syriza rally. It was packed and far more intense. MSM sucks.
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I just hope people don't have afraid to vote Syriza...
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rofl
Isn't that hilarious Luis? The lad with the camera walked the whole ND rally in 3 minutes tops. Don't think he would be able to do that in the Syriza rally. It was packed and far more intense. MSM sucks.
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I just hope people don't have afraid to vote Syriza...
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Sorry i forgot to embed Luis. Old people are afraid. You can't change them in that age. They grew up like that and unfortunately they don't have the access to the internet younger people have so they can inform themselves better. They only have their tv and tv has fucked their brains good and proper. It will be a tight battle as it seems.

Also i would like to state that TPTB want fascism to get bigger in Greece. Golden Dawn has fallen to 4-5% after the 7% they got in the last elections. And after the staged woman slapping event they polls give them now a staggering 10%. Thats even higher than PASOK. And i say staged because nobody pulled official charges to anyone after that. All good and well after the incident and Golden Dawn's numbers are through the roof.
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I would like to share an 'recommendation' with you lads to see for yourself the amount of foreign interventions to the Greek people's will for the coming elections.
Financial times deutchland this time and they even have their recommendation in Greek, stating that you Greeks should resist the demagogy of Alexis Tsipras and SYRIZA and the best option you have is New Democracy.lolsign
Crazy things by the German press these last few days, Focus magazine yesterday stated that Greece is a whorehouse.lolsign



Recommendation to the voters - The Financial Times Deutschland (FTD) and the majority of Greeks have a common interest: Your country must remain in the euro. On Sunday elections are historic, which is crucial precisely on this, but for the future of European Monetary Union. For this FTD is now doing exceptionally a recommendation to Greek voters, something that gets used before the elections to the Bundestag and the European Parliament. Dear Greeks, Greeks dear, be sure to clear political conditions. Vote for courageous reform process, not angrily against the necessary and painful restructuring. Only parties who accept the terms of international donors, the country will be able to remain in the euro. Resist the demagogy of Alexis Tsipras and SYRIZA. Do not trust their promises, that is possible without consequences termination of all agreements. The country has finally you need a rule that works. For the smooth governance recommend New Republic, which are dealing with a heavy heart. The New Republic brought the wrong policy for decades and is partly responsible for today's misery. However the best option for your country would be a coalition government led by Antonis Samaras, not Alexis Tsipras, who wants to turn back the wheel of history and we delude ourselves with a world that is unrealistic.


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“In a time of universal deceit, telling the truth is a revolutionary act.” – George Orwell, 1984 resist
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“In a time of universal deceit, telling the truth is a revolutionary act.” – George Orwell, 1984 resist
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Great quote Luis!resist
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I would like to share an 'recommendation' with you lads to see for yourself the amount of foreign interventions to the Greek people's will for the coming elections.
Financial times deutchland this time and they even have their recommendation in Greek, stating that you Greeks should resist the demagogy of Alexis Tsipras and SYRIZA and the best option you have is New Democracy.lolsign
Crazy things by the German press these last few days, Focus magazine yesterday stated that Greece is a whorehouse.lolsign



Recommendation to the voters - The Financial Times Deutschland (FTD) and the majority of Greeks have a common interest: Your country must remain in the euro. On Sunday elections are historic, which is crucial precisely on this, but for the future of European Monetary Union. For this FTD is now doing exceptionally a recommendation to Greek voters, something that gets used before the elections to the Bundestag and the European Parliament. Dear Greeks, Greeks dear, be sure to clear political conditions. Vote for courageous reform process, not angrily against the necessary and painful restructuring. Only parties who accept the terms of international donors, the country will be able to remain in the euro. Resist the demagogy of Alexis Tsipras and SYRIZA. Do not trust their promises, that is possible without consequences termination of all agreements. The country has finally you need a rule that works. For the smooth governance recommend New Republic, which are dealing with a heavy heart. The New Republic brought the wrong policy for decades and is partly responsible for today's misery. However the best option for your country would be a coalition government led by Antonis Samaras, not Alexis Tsipras, who wants to turn back the wheel of history and we delude ourselves with a world that is unrealistic.


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They are really scary... an ex portuguese finance ministry said yesterday that the future of Portugal will be decided sunday in Greece, and if Siriza wins, Portugal will default. sheep
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I would like to share an 'recommendation' with you lads to see for yourself the amount of foreign interventions to the Greek people's will for the coming elections.
Financial times deutchland this time and they even have their recommendation in Greek, stating that you Greeks should resist the demagogy of Alexis Tsipras and SYRIZA and the best option you have is New Democracy.lolsign
Crazy things by the German press these last few days, Focus magazine yesterday stated that Greece is a whorehouse.lolsign



Recommendation to the voters - The Financial Times Deutschland (FTD) and the majority of Greeks have a common interest: Your country must remain in the euro. On Sunday elections are historic, which is crucial precisely on this, but for the future of European Monetary Union. For this FTD is now doing exceptionally a recommendation to Greek voters, something that gets used before the elections to the Bundestag and the European Parliament. Dear Greeks, Greeks dear, be sure to clear political conditions. Vote for courageous reform process, not angrily against the necessary and painful restructuring. Only parties who accept the terms of international donors, the country will be able to remain in the euro. Resist the demagogy of Alexis Tsipras and SYRIZA. Do not trust their promises, that is possible without consequences termination of all agreements. The country has finally you need a rule that works. For the smooth governance recommend New Republic, which are dealing with a heavy heart. The New Republic brought the wrong policy for decades and is partly responsible for today's misery. However the best option for your country would be a coalition government led by Antonis Samaras, not Alexis Tsipras, who wants to turn back the wheel of history and we delude ourselves with a world that is unrealistic.


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 Quoting: insertfunnyusername


The "Financial Times Germany" .. is NOT a german newspaper and is a known instrument of the anglosaxon financial industry to influence the german markets and managers.

They shilled for a long time and now they have public known financial problems.


There are way better and realistic papers available with a more realistic and "german" view.

Like Deutsche Mittelstandsnachrichten
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