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Cyprus banks may never open again

 
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You watch to many movies. Noone is threatened by russian thugs.
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And you do not know the reality of things.

When its MOB MONEY you are talking about, people die.
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You think Schaeuble is afraid to die? That man is tough as nails. Russians thugs are sissies against him.
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Whether he fears death or not isn't the point. The Hit men will complete their tasks. The list is probably already being made up as to who gets hit.
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Correct.
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I never said the hits would stop the present theft. I'm saying the Russian "dons" will seek retribution, and they won't simply be asking for repayment.

It's like the goons who come to collect on a mafia loan from a debtor who hasn't paid up. He get's his legs broken. Does that mean the borrower is able to pay back the loan? No. But it does men he has broken legs.

The hitmen who knock off the bankers won't be making threats. They will just quietly do their job: Hit and Run. In. Hit. Out.

After a series of targeted hits, the EU bankers will probably take notice, and that could affect their future actions.

It's unlikely that the Russian crime leaders gets paid back. But what is almost certain is that there will be some bankers whose lives are in great danger as are their family members.
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You watch to many movies. Noone is threatened by russian thugs.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 33724411


You are naive. I don't watch too many movies these days and have rarely watched a mafia movie in my entire life. I saw one Godfather movie, but none of the other popular movies of that era.

Russian hit men don't threaten. According to my source on this sort of thing (his wife's family was mafia), he says professional hits are often done by Russian hit men.

You might recall a couple of high profile hits in recent years. In one case the man was contaminated with a high level of radioactive material. His body became grotesque in its appearance. The victim made public appearances in an attempt to shame the Russian government.

It had no impact on the Russian government. They were behind it.

Putin would stand 100% behind the 'dons' if they decide to start killing a few people. He is thoroughly outraged and pissed by this theft.

IOW, the Germans would get zero cooperation from the Russian government in trying to find the killers.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 36555921


If Putin is so outraged, that he would consider such a serious detoriation in the relationship towards Germany, then he should foot the bil.

The choice still stands for Russia, they take a hit or they pay it themselves. There is no reason at all, why Germany should pay for russian money.
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Tell that to Putin. He's PIIIIIISSSSEEEDDDDDD OFFFFF.
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03/20/2013 04:20 PM
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Riddle me this.

If lending money to greece and cyprus would be such a good deal, then why will noone else give them money?

Why don't you personally buy some greek or cypriotic debt?

So not all the "profits" go to us germans.
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Profits don't go to the average German, they all go to ECB and banks, you have to work this out with your govt and get a refund but your govt/press is too busy scapegoating other countries to distract you from where their profits really go. All the tards here playing the typical North-South blame-game seem to lack the brains to understand that they've found the perfect scheme to leech us both while dividing us at the same time for further future leeching.

FYI Russia had offered a loan to Greece too before the bailouts with EU were signed, but for obvious geopolitical and security reasons it was declined. Greece should had gone bankrupt long ago, all economists have said that, even Merkel's advisers said the same when the crisis started, so maybe you can riddle me why they're not doing what most think is the right thing to do? Probably there lies the answer for what you want me to riddle for you.
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There are no profits in lending money to broken countries. Your assertion is ridiculous.
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True. So the reason for doing it is not to profit... but something else.
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The reason is the preservation of the Euro and the EU.
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You watch to many movies. Noone is threatened by russian thugs.
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and you don't follow anywhere near enough news


[link to www.telegraph.co.uk]

[link to en.wikipedia.org]

[link to www.telegraph.co.uk]
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You watch to many movies. Noone is threatened by russian thugs.
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You are naive. I don't watch too many movies these days and have rarely watched a mafia movie in my entire life. I saw one Godfather movie, but none of the other popular movies of that era.

Russian hit men don't threaten. According to my source on this sort of thing (his wife's family was mafia), he says professional hits are often done by Russian hit men.

You might recall a couple of high profile hits in recent years. In one case the man was contaminated with a high level of radioactive material. His body became grotesque in its appearance. The victim made public appearances in an attempt to shame the Russian government.

It had no impact on the Russian government. They were behind it.

Putin would stand 100% behind the 'dons' if they decide to start killing a few people. He is thoroughly outraged and pissed by this theft.

IOW, the Germans would get zero cooperation from the Russian government in trying to find the killers.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 36555921


If Putin is so outraged, that he would consider such a serious detoriation in the relationship towards Germany, then he should foot the bil.

The choice still stands for Russia, they take a hit or they pay it themselves. There is no reason at all, why Germany should pay for russian money.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 33724411


Tell that to Putin. He's PIIIIIISSSSEEEDDDDDD OFFFFF.
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Did he have personal money in Cyprus or is he in the hands of russian thugs himself?
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Riddle me this.

If lending money to greece and cyprus would be such a good deal, then why will noone else give them money?

Why don't you personally buy some greek or cypriotic debt?

So not all the "profits" go to us germans.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 33724411


Profits don't go to the average German, they all go to ECB and banks, you have to work this out with your govt and get a refund but your govt/press is too busy scapegoating other countries to distract you from where their profits really go. All the tards here playing the typical North-South blame-game seem to lack the brains to understand that they've found the perfect scheme to leech us both while dividing us at the same time for further future leeching.

FYI Russia had offered a loan to Greece too before the bailouts with EU were signed, but for obvious geopolitical and security reasons it was declined. Greece should had gone bankrupt long ago, all economists have said that, even Merkel's advisers said the same when the crisis started, so maybe you can riddle me why they're not doing what most think is the right thing to do? Probably there lies the answer for what you want me to riddle for you.
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There are no profits in lending money to broken countries.

Your assertion is ridiculous.
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Jan. 2011 Austrian finance minister stating that so far Austria has a profit of 19 millions on interests on the Greek bailouts, i believe they are more now off course, so probably your assertion is ridiculous. Instead of playing their game and blaming whole countries and tens of millions of people with crappy stereotypes, maybe you guys should have a chat with your own politicians too and demand some of these money back, just saying.

[link to translate.google.gr]
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It´s more complicated than that.

They can record all the profits they want. The reality is that Greece is overindebted and its economy is impaired. So, it will not be able to pay the €19 million, nor the billions it owes in debt.

The money is not real. The same is true for pretty much all of the system, not just Greece. Sooner or later, there will be very serious consequences.
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If they follow the example of Iceland set in 2008 they would in one single day create new banking entities, move all private assets to the new bank and leave the old bank with the debts. The new bank overtakes all personal and business finance, the process is seamless. The old banks hold debts without much value. For example all cards works without a hitch.


However,this is not without loss to the private customer due to the power of creditor banks, mostly foreign multinational banks.
Anyway it beats the absurd idea of having private savers pay for the wrecklessness of the banks and politicians that lended the money in the first place.
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How is your beautiful country doing after it kicked out the banksters?
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We are doing ok
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You watch to many movies. Noone is threatened by russian thugs.
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and you don't follow anywhere near enough news

[link to www.telegraph.co.uk]

[link to en.wikipedia.org]

[link to www.telegraph.co.uk]
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 36532022


What#s it with you that you all fear some russian bad boys so much. Are you all sissies?
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You are naive. I don't watch too many movies these days and have rarely watched a mafia movie in my entire life. I saw one Godfather movie, but none of the other popular movies of that era.

Russian hit men don't threaten. According to my source on this sort of thing (his wife's family was mafia), he says professional hits are often done by Russian hit men.

You might recall a couple of high profile hits in recent years. In one case the man was contaminated with a high level of radioactive material. His body became grotesque in its appearance. The victim made public appearances in an attempt to shame the Russian government.

It had no impact on the Russian government. They were behind it.

Putin would stand 100% behind the 'dons' if they decide to start killing a few people. He is thoroughly outraged and pissed by this theft.

IOW, the Germans would get zero cooperation from the Russian government in trying to find the killers.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 36555921


If Putin is so outraged, that he would consider such a serious detoriation in the relationship towards Germany, then he should foot the bil.

The choice still stands for Russia, they take a hit or they pay it themselves. There is no reason at all, why Germany should pay for russian money.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 33724411


Tell that to Putin. He's PIIIIIISSSSEEEDDDDDD OFFFFF.
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Did he have personal money in Cyprus or is he in the hands of russian thugs himself?
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 33724411


I would say both. It may be he is also genuinely outraged too by the whole theft as well.
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Beerfest
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Count me in, i want some nice German girl asses. Oh boy they have nice round asses.
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German girls are the one of the most ugliest species on the planet...i take it you have never been there?

Now go to Italy where pretty much ALL the women are hot...
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You have obviously never travelled at all, canuck...

There is this thing called reality where women don't look like the ones you see on TV.

Go back to playing hockey and stalking Asian women. jerkit
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mmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm Asian booty...(drooling on keyboard)
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Profits don't go to the average German, they all go to ECB and banks, you have to work this out with your govt and get a refund but your govt/press is too busy scapegoating other countries to distract you from where their profits really go. All the tards here playing the typical North-South blame-game seem to lack the brains to understand that they've found the perfect scheme to leech us both while dividing us at the same time for further future leeching.

FYI Russia had offered a loan to Greece too before the bailouts with EU were signed, but for obvious geopolitical and security reasons it was declined. Greece should had gone bankrupt long ago, all economists have said that, even Merkel's advisers said the same when the crisis started, so maybe you can riddle me why they're not doing what most think is the right thing to do? Probably there lies the answer for what you want me to riddle for you.
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There are no profits in lending money to broken countries. Your assertion is ridiculous.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 33724411


True. So the reason for doing it is not to profit... but something else.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 36540283


The reason is the preservation of the Euro and the EU.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 33724411


Yes.
Soviet style.
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And to this I say, No Shit!.

It was already a bank run.
More like a govt run.

all the big investors now own cypress.

Very smooth heist!

News hits after russia and UK got out. Well except for those little fish investors, they got smacked. But the big boys they flew it out just in time.

This is what the eurozone will be...

I think we will have someone step up and settle this thing.
I think this will be figured out quickly and brushed under the rug.

But again that is just how it works.

It's easier to make money when you can control whose money you take.

WTFU!
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I never said the hits would stop the present theft. I'm saying the Russian "dons" will seek retribution, and they won't simply be asking for repayment.

It's like the goons who come to collect on a mafia loan from a debtor who hasn't paid up. He get's his legs broken. Does that mean the borrower is able to pay back the loan? No. But it does men he has broken legs.

The hitmen who knock off the bankers won't be making threats. They will just quietly do their job: Hit and Run. In. Hit. Out.

After a series of targeted hits, the EU bankers will probably take notice, and that could affect their future actions.

It's unlikely that the Russian crime leaders gets paid back. But what is almost certain is that there will be some bankers whose lives are in great danger as are their family members.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 36555921


You watch to many movies. Noone is threatened by russian thugs.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 33724411


You are naive. I don't watch too many movies these days and have rarely watched a mafia movie in my entire life. I saw one Godfather movie, but none of the other popular movies of that era.

Russian hit men don't threaten. According to my source on this sort of thing (his wife's family was mafia), he says professional hits are often done by Russian hit men.

You might recall a couple of high profile hits in recent years. In one case the man was contaminated with a high level of radioactive material. His body became grotesque in its appearance. The victim made public appearances in an attempt to shame the Russian government.

It had no impact on the Russian government. They were behind it.

Putin would stand 100% behind the 'dons' if they decide to start killing a few people. He is thoroughly outraged and pissed by this theft.

IOW, the Germans would get zero cooperation from the Russian government in trying to find the killers.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 36555921


If Putin is so outraged, that he would consider such a serious detoriation in the relationship towards Germany, then he should foot the bil.

The choice still stands for Russia, they take a hit or they pay it themselves. There is no reason at all, why Germany should pay for russian money.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 33724411


You're confusing financial payments with the rule of the 'dons.'

The EU banks have pulled their levers, and the financial pains will be meted out to their favor. The Cyprian banks are doomed, so the true owners will swoop in and pick the bones as best they can.

But hit men aren't accountants. That's not how they collect. The don's pick up the phone, calls his lieutenant in, and hands him a slip of paper with a name on it or mentions a name. The Lt. brings in their intermediary and let's him know he has a job to be done. The intermediary contacts the pro and arranges payment.

Ten little Indians all in a row.

The EU bankers get their control, but a few get shot and killed, maybe more. If Putin decides to get nasty, one of them get the radioactive poisoning treatment as a message.

What's the message? Do NOT mess with Russian money!
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You watch to many movies. Noone is threatened by russian thugs.
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and you don't follow anywhere near enough news

[link to www.telegraph.co.uk]

[link to en.wikipedia.org]

[link to www.telegraph.co.uk]
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 36532022


What#s it with you that you all fear some russian bad boys so much. Are you all sissies?
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 33724411


So you would stand up against them?

I wish you good luck, guy.

Ever seen a movie called "Eastern Promises?"

Came out a few years ago. About the Russian Mob. WATCH IT.

Indeed.
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You want the truth?

The truth is that Germany already took a massive it in greek debt.

Why are you showing a source from January 2011? Becuase that shit is already 2 years old.

Here is a recent source. Germany lost 14 billion Euros.

[link to translate.google.com]
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I'm showing it because it was a blatant statement of what is still going on, some people make money on the backs of both the North and South Europeans, but seems that you're more interested in defending the policies and propaganda line of the banksters in Brussels and poor ol' Deutche bank.

Anyways, i'm really bored to continue with the North-South shit, it's so 2011 and done to death, bottom line is that the whole project goes down if one country goes down, as i said maybe you guys should have a chat with your own politicians too instead of playing their game to perfection, it's ridiculous to think that things are exactly as they're telling you they are, lots of Northern guys still defending govt line, we need you guys too in this if there is a chance to stop it sometime soon.
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There are no profits in lending money to broken countries. Your assertion is ridiculous.
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True. So the reason for doing it is not to profit... but something else.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 36540283


The reason is the preservation of the Euro and the EU.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 33724411


Yes.
Soviet style.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 36540283


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You watch to many movies. Noone is threatened by russian thugs.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 33724411


and you don't follow anywhere near enough news

[link to www.telegraph.co.uk]

[link to en.wikipedia.org]

[link to www.telegraph.co.uk]
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What#s it with you that you all fear some russian bad boys so much. Are you all sissies?
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 33724411


I like Russia.

Anyway, stealing money from bank accounts is a bad idea. Who´d leave the money in Italy or Spain? It would just make the crisis worse.

Who´d invest in a continent where politicians find it their right to take your property. This also worsens the situation.

We need the exact opposite: we need confidence, freedom to do business, we need savings and we need investments.
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If Putin is so outraged, that he would consider such a serious detoriation in the relationship towards Germany, then he should foot the bil.

The choice still stands for Russia, they take a hit or they pay it themselves. There is no reason at all, why Germany should pay for russian money.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 33724411


Tell that to Putin. He's PIIIIIISSSSEEEDDDDDD OFFFFF.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 777204


Did he have personal money in Cyprus or is he in the hands of russian thugs himself?
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 33724411


I would say both. It may be he is also genuinely outraged too by the whole theft as well.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 777204


Well, if that is the behaviour Russia wnats to show the world, I say let them eat the cyprotic banks, if they love them so much.
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Tell that to Putin. He's PIIIIIISSSSEEEDDDDDD OFFFFF.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 777204


Did he have personal money in Cyprus or is he in the hands of russian thugs himself?
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 33724411


I would say both. It may be he is also genuinely outraged too by the whole theft as well.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 777204


Well, if that is the behaviour Russia wnats to show the world, I say let them eat the cyprotic banks, if they love them so much.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 33724411


Russia is NOT going to stand by and let their money go down the drain.

Don't you understand that?

Putin is ex-KGB.

He basically ordered that Soviet KGB defector in England to be killed with RADIATION POISONING afew years ago. And he was. Horrible way he died too.

You think, then, he would hesitate to get the Russian Mob or some of his ex-KGB buddies to do a little "house cleaning" in Cyprus?

No, he would not.
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You want the truth?

The truth is that Germany already took a massive it in greek debt.

Why are you showing a source from January 2011? Becuase that shit is already 2 years old.

Here is a recent source. Germany lost 14 billion Euros.

[link to translate.google.com]
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 33724411


I'm showing it because it was a blatant statement of what is still going on, some people make money on the backs of both the North and South Europeans, but seems that you're more interested in defending the policies and propaganda line of the banksters in Brussels and poor ol' Deutche bank.

Anyways, i'm really bored to continue with the North-South shit, it's so 2011 and done to death, bottom line is that the whole project goes down if one country goes down, as i said maybe you guys should have a chat with your own politicians too instead of playing their game to perfection, it's ridiculous to think that things are exactly as they're telling you they are, lots of Northern guys still defending govt line, we need you guys too in this if there is a chance to stop it sometime soon.
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I never said the hits would stop the present theft. I'm saying the Russian "dons" will seek retribution, and they won't simply be asking for repayment.

It's like the goons who come to collect on a mafia loan from a debtor who hasn't paid up. He get's his legs broken. Does that mean the borrower is able to pay back the loan? No. But it does men he has broken legs.

The hitmen who knock off the bankers won't be making threats. They will just quietly do their job: Hit and Run. In. Hit. Out.

After a series of targeted hits, the EU bankers will probably take notice, and that could affect their future actions.

It's unlikely that the Russian crime leaders gets paid back. But what is almost certain is that there will be some bankers whose lives are in great danger as are their family members.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 36555921


You watch to many movies. Noone is threatened by russian thugs.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 33724411


You are naive. I don't watch too many movies these days and have rarely watched a mafia movie in my entire life. I saw one Godfather movie, but none of the other popular movies of that era.

Russian hit men don't threaten. According to my source on this sort of thing (his wife's family was mafia), he says professional hits are often done by Russian hit men.

You might recall a couple of high profile hits in recent years. In one case the man was contaminated with a high level of radioactive material. His body became grotesque in its appearance. The victim made public appearances in an attempt to shame the Russian government.

It had no impact on the Russian government. They were behind it.

Putin would stand 100% behind the 'dons' if they decide to start killing a few people. He is thoroughly outraged and pissed by this theft.

IOW, the Germans would get zero cooperation from the Russian government in trying to find the killers.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 36555921


If Putin is so outraged, that he would consider such a serious detoriation in the relationship towards Germany, then he should foot the bil.

The choice still stands for Russia, they take a hit or they pay it themselves. There is no reason at all, why Germany should pay for russian money.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 33724411


Putin is going to want something in return because he knows these loans will never be repaid. Notice I said loans. The 5.8 billion they are supposedly fighting over right now is chump change... just enough to keep them afloat for a few months, so Russia is not going to keep throwing money at them. Rumors are that he wants a naval base and gas fields or both. I would need more than two hands to count all the countries that will not let either of these happen.
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Did he have personal money in Cyprus or is he in the hands of russian thugs himself?
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 33724411


I would say both. It may be he is also genuinely outraged too by the whole theft as well.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 777204


Well, if that is the behaviour Russia wnats to show the world, I say let them eat the cyprotic banks, if they love them so much.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 33724411


Russia is NOT going to stand by and let their money go down the drain.

Don't you understand that?

Putin is ex-KGB.

He basically ordered that Soviet KGB defector in England to be killed with RADIATION POISONING afew years ago. And he was. Horrible way he died too.

You think, then, he would hesitate to get the Russian Mob or some of his ex-KGB buddies to do a little "house cleaning" in Cyprus?

No, he would not.
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Don't you understand, I don't care about your russian bad boys. And so does noone else in germany. If they want their money back they should take care of it themselvse, not expect the german nation to pay for their dirt.
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Tell that to Putin. He's PIIIIIISSSSEEEDDDDDD OFFFFF.
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Did he have personal money in Cyprus or is he in the hands of russian thugs himself?
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 33724411


I would say both. It may be he is also genuinely outraged too by the whole theft as well.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 777204


Well, if that is the behaviour Russia wnats to show the world, I say let them eat the cyprotic banks, if they love them so much.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 33724411


Russia has vast natural resources. It can disregard what people think: when you need gas, oil, gold, timber, etc. you have to go to them. And better ask nicely.
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You are naive. I don't watch too many movies these days and have rarely watched a mafia movie in my entire life. I saw one Godfather movie, but none of the other popular movies of that era.

Russian hit men don't threaten. According to my source on this sort of thing (his wife's family was mafia), he says professional hits are often done by Russian hit men.

You might recall a couple of high profile hits in recent years. In one case the man was contaminated with a high level of radioactive material. His body became grotesque in its appearance. The victim made public appearances in an attempt to shame the Russian government.

It had no impact on the Russian government. They were behind it.

Putin would stand 100% behind the 'dons' if they decide to start killing a few people. He is thoroughly outraged and pissed by this theft.

IOW, the Germans would get zero cooperation from the Russian government in trying to find the killers.
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If Putin is so outraged, that he would consider such a serious detoriation in the relationship towards Germany, then he should foot the bil.

The choice still stands for Russia, they take a hit or they pay it themselves. There is no reason at all, why Germany should pay for russian money.
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Tell that to Putin. He's PIIIIIISSSSEEEDDDDDD OFFFFF.
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Did he have personal money in Cyprus or is he in the hands of russian thugs himself?
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It shocks you that Putin's friends are Russian mafia? Really?
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You watch to many movies. Noone is threatened by russian thugs.
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You are naive. I don't watch too many movies these days and have rarely watched a mafia movie in my entire life. I saw one Godfather movie, but none of the other popular movies of that era.

Russian hit men don't threaten. According to my source on this sort of thing (his wife's family was mafia), he says professional hits are often done by Russian hit men.

You might recall a couple of high profile hits in recent years. In one case the man was contaminated with a high level of radioactive material. His body became grotesque in its appearance. The victim made public appearances in an attempt to shame the Russian government.

It had no impact on the Russian government. They were behind it.

Putin would stand 100% behind the 'dons' if they decide to start killing a few people. He is thoroughly outraged and pissed by this theft.

IOW, the Germans would get zero cooperation from the Russian government in trying to find the killers.
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If Putin is so outraged, that he would consider such a serious detoriation in the relationship towards Germany, then he should foot the bil.

The choice still stands for Russia, they take a hit or they pay it themselves. There is no reason at all, why Germany should pay for russian money.
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Putin is going to want something in return because he knows these loans will never be repaid. Notice I said loans. The 5.8 billion they are supposedly fighting over right now is chump change... just enough to keep them afloat for a few months, so Russia is not going to keep throwing money at them. Rumors are that he wants a naval base and gas fields or both. I would need more than two hands to count all the countries that will not let either of these happen.
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Yes, doesn't look good for the russian thugs money. Seems they are not that intelligent afterall, if they keep their stuff in cypriotic banks.
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If Putin is so outraged, that he would consider such a serious detoriation in the relationship towards Germany, then he should foot the bil.

The choice still stands for Russia, they take a hit or they pay it themselves. There is no reason at all, why Germany should pay for russian money.
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Tell that to Putin. He's PIIIIIISSSSEEEDDDDDD OFFFFF.
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Did he have personal money in Cyprus or is he in the hands of russian thugs himself?
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It shocks you that Putin's friends are Russian mafia? Really?
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I considered that Putin acts in the interest of Russia not in the interest of criminals. Maybe I was wrong.
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I would say both. It may be he is also genuinely outraged too by the whole theft as well.
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Well, if that is the behaviour Russia wnats to show the world, I say let them eat the cyprotic banks, if they love them so much.
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Russia is NOT going to stand by and let their money go down the drain.

Don't you understand that?

Putin is ex-KGB.

He basically ordered that Soviet KGB defector in England to be killed with RADIATION POISONING afew years ago. And he was. Horrible way he died too.

You think, then, he would hesitate to get the Russian Mob or some of his ex-KGB buddies to do a little "house cleaning" in Cyprus?

No, he would not.
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Don't you understand, I don't care about your russian bad boys. And so does noone else in germany. If they want their money back they should take care of it themselvse, not expect the german nation to pay for their dirt.
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Yes, that´s true.

Except that it´s more complicated than that. German banks are also exposed. And Germany wants to keep the euro.

So, there are reasons Germany wants to get involved.

By the way, the other half of Cyprus has the Turkish lira and none of the problems with the banks.

The euro has created many of the problems, including the real estate bubbles and the excessive increase in public debt. Without the euro, local currencies would have depreciated and investors would have been cautious. Interest rates would have been higher and inflating real estate bubbles would not have inflated.
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Putin, germany, cyprus, they are all doing a game in the matrix.
They are all masons doing their masters services.

This is all show-off an in the end~:
THE NEW WORLD ORDER!
Wake up sheep, our leaders are all in the same team...Idol1
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Tell that to Putin. He's PIIIIIISSSSEEEDDDDDD OFFFFF.
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Did he have personal money in Cyprus or is he in the hands of russian thugs himself?
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It shocks you that Putin's friends are Russian mafia? Really?
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I considered that Putin acts in the interest of Russia not in the interest of criminals. Maybe I was wrong.
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It's both, probably. Whichever way you see it, he's an evil (though badass) man who does not take kindly to people stealing "his country's" money.
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Well, if that is the behaviour Russia wnats to show the world, I say let them eat the cyprotic banks, if they love them so much.
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Russia is NOT going to stand by and let their money go down the drain.

Don't you understand that?

Putin is ex-KGB.

He basically ordered that Soviet KGB defector in England to be killed with RADIATION POISONING afew years ago. And he was. Horrible way he died too.

You think, then, he would hesitate to get the Russian Mob or some of his ex-KGB buddies to do a little "house cleaning" in Cyprus?

No, he would not.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 777204


Don't you understand, I don't care about your russian bad boys. And so does noone else in germany. If they want their money back they should take care of it themselvse, not expect the german nation to pay for their dirt.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 33724411


Yes, that´s true.

Except that it´s more complicated than that. German banks are also exposed. And Germany wants to keep the euro.

So, there are reasons Germany wants to get involved.

By the way, the other half of Cyprus has the Turkish lira and none of the problems with the banks.

The euro has created many of the problems, including the real estate bubbles and the excessive increase in public debt. Without the euro, local currencies would have depreciated and investors would have been cautious. Interest rates would have been higher and inflating real estate bubbles would not have inflated.
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Correct.

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