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The European Union and International Monetary Fund are holding onto Greece’s next €2.5 billion bailout installment until Monday as they wait for the Greek Parliament to fulfill one last condition.
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Kick germany out of the eurozone and economy will bloom!!!
Pull out of euro, do not repay debt, print drachmas & regain your sovereignty. Stuff troika!
Europeans are great hypocrites, liars, imposters, barbarians.
They have purposely annihilated the greek economy. The country is a colony of the eurozone.
It is a war game against Greeks.
EU, take note: Putting citizens out of work WILL NEVER balance national budgets!
the more bailouts, the more risk and size of losses to other EU countries and banks, contagion grows
if was no intial bailout, then the EU countries would not have had losses, and banks losses limited
Greece destroyed on purpose to be stripped of its natural resources.
If the German's are paying for the bailout, then they should also have the say in how it is spent.
Delay them further. If they want a bailout, sell Greece to obnoxious Russian tourists.
since communists bringing down European empires they are turning back time when Greece under Turks
marxists messed up Greek economy, now in shambles from socialist excesses,high gov't debt,low growth
Greece needs to walk away and wash its hands of the EU, soon the police will switch sides.
lending more money to Greece increases losses that other countries and banks face widening crisis
yeah, print your own currency, like everyone else
Solution; out of the private euro and back to the dracma done by the state !! Very simple!!
The cabal of bankers, politicians and Corporate CEO's has to be broken or humanity's future is dark.
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