Τετάρτη 23 Μαΐου 2012
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1 day ago
Mr. Tsipras's would certainly get my vote. General Election or Referendum what is going on in that country is cruel. The low paid, the pensioners and unemployed are suffering enough here in Britain but the Greeks have got it a lot worse. Certainly the Greeks should look after themselves and stop listening to leaders of other countries that are not in such a financial mess. I hope the people of Greece will vote to save themselves and opt out of the Eurozone and EU. They can then use their Gold Bonds and refloat the currency eventually getting themselves back on track. If they vote to continue with the austerity measures it is a beautiful country and a wonderful people that that will go further and further downhill. I would guess that if Greece opts out then Spain, Portugal and Italy will follow and we will see the end of the EU. I for one am all for governing ourselves with our own laws and not having other laws forced on us by the EU. God Save the Queen.
12 hours ago
Unfortunately Tsipras and Syriza program is the same Greece used to fail economically as a country (more power to the public sector and more immigrants..) is this the solution for Greece ??
Greeks vote for Tsipras because they don't want to change the current situation. All the voters of PASOK are now voting for Tsipras and Syriza in order to keep their salaries... to keep the same corrupted,useless and huge public sector...
Unfortunately with leader like Tsipras the only possible scenario is to go back to drachmas and forget about EURO.. Syriza consists from left-parties that are dreaming this scenario..
But wait.. i think this is good for England.. :-) !!! Let's vote for Tsipras and go to Greece for cheap holidays and beers!! Vote for Tsipras please.. so i can buy a cheap house in a Greek island with my pounds :-)
10 hours ago
in reply to Mike
you are so wrong ? Are you living at Greece ? Well, I am living in this country
and I have to say that :
A) Your estimation, is the same estimation (and I don’t
think that is accidental ) of Mr. Pagalos which is a professional politician of
PASOK for 35 years now, with 800.000 Euros
salary per year. If you want to blame someone for the economical crisis in
our country, blame him and PASOK for all the scandals we had until now. We can not afford to pay 2
or 3 times up for all Germany & France military material just because some Greek
ministers wanted money for their own.
B) How can possibly someone live
in Greece with 400 or 500 Euros / month when he have to pay a loan, or rent or his
monthly expenses for their children ?
personally, don’t care about Euro or
Drachmas, I want my life back and I want to live with respect. If European
Union means a German or France domination on all other countries inside the
Europe, I am sorry but I don’t want and I don’t need them. I can live with less
but I can not live dishonoured.
1 day ago
Εxcellent article!Right to the point.The Greeks are showing amazing confidence on Tsipra's words.The only hope for Europe is to get rid of these neoliberal leaders.Hopefully Greece,will make the first step.
11 hours ago
in reply to Dimitris
Neoliberals? My friend you don't know the meaning of this word otherwise you woulnd't use it. Greece's is in a mess because of the Soviet type economy. And now Greeks want to vote for a radical leftist... Cuba here we come...
8 hours ago
in reply to Tkaskanis
soviet type economy??? are you serious??? we had soviet type economy? someone alert soviet...
1 day ago
The euro is at breaking point and Germany will not fund this misbegotten project forever, earning only hatred in the process. Time for the nightmare to end and to dismantle this undemocratic monster.
1 day ago
Given that the Euro project was born of a fear of future German European dominantion and possible aggression, it is ironic that Germany now finds itself in the position of having to fund this democratically devoid project, from its own resources.
Merkel's shameless interference in Greece's internal political processes, simply to save her own political skin and to avoid her blushes, is a portent of her increasingly more brazen meddling in the internal affairs of other democratically elected countries within the "EU" - witness her blatant support for France's ex president Sarkozy (thankfully the French people had more sense than to heed her lecturing and hectoring).
The euro is a "dead man walking" - it should now be laid to rest before further economic and political damage is irreparably inflicted on Europe.
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