Truth About Greece. too long but worth reading.. We must fight together. People shouldn´t be afraid of their govermets. Goverments should be afraid of their people. I have hope in our generation. Whatever we c
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#212 - anon (02/16/2012) [-]
>we have a wonderful sun
I'm sorry that all our suns can't be as good as your sun
User avatar #694 to #212 - Screenshotman (02/16/2012) [-]
I don't know why I laughed so hard at that, but it caused me to laugh so hard my bed cracked and I fell through the floor, then slammed onto my cat and killed him, I then took his claws and grinded them and mixed them with nirnroot to make a healing potion, and drank the healing potion and am now poisoned and bound to die.

WORTH IT.


#214 - Ruspanic ONLINE (02/16/2012) [-]
User avatar #754 to #214 - cortanix (02/16/2012) [-]
Lol'd!
#842 - gjoker (02/16/2012) [-]
As a german, who loves his country (prepare for "nazi"- ********* ), i have 2 say a couple of words about his:
first of all, just like saying "the lazy greek", like many media reports did, you making it pretty easy for yourself by blaming the other countries.

for example: there were a lot of bad media reports, but a lot of good ones, too. many of them said(just like you) the greek is working a ******* lot, after the planned reform probly even the most in europe. BUT the greeks are still the least productive (except for the portugese). so whats the point in working a lot if you dont get **** done? most articles say for reasons of high bureacracy levels and long waiting times in public offices, post offices etc. though. i dont mean that as a judgement, just saying you can always throw around numbers to enlight a problem from one site or the other.

other point: the weapon deals. im with you in the whole corruption thing, specially in the u-boat matter there was probably a lot of unofficial money going from german economy into the pockets of some rich greeks to make that deal happen. but not to forget, turkey and greece have an arms race going on for decades, that resultet in a military budget of almost 3% of the GDP(and that was last year, after some major cuts already. in the NATO this is second place, only behind america). And nobody bribed or forced greece into that. the bad thing is, that nobody is gonna stop it, specially not germany, because its so much fuc*kin money coming to us. i mean how ****** up is that ? europe is lending money to greece, just to get it back for armory. i think countries with a certain amount of debts shouldnt even be allowed to buy any more militarry stuff while cutting back hospitals and **** , and i do not mean only greece by that..

so in my opinion, the crisis is mainly the fault of your ********* politicians,
now i wrote waaaay more than i planned on and imma go get lunch. so good day Sirs :)
User avatar #1044 to #842 - dafunkad ONLINE (02/16/2012) [-]
"so in my opinion, the crisis is mainly the fault of your ********* politicians" : exactly
but now the banks are gambling money on the greeks, banks are loaning money to greece with an interest rate of 17,68 %, and greece is using this money to payback their older loans.

(i'm french, sorry if this doesn't make any sense)
#170 - jcyeah (02/16/2012) [-]
Best of luck, Mexican here, we have many a trouble with corruption over here as well

Sometimes i really believe revolution is the only solution
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User avatar #213 to #193 - fortythreek (02/16/2012) [-]
>_>
#387 to #170 - xtnega (02/16/2012) [-]
I'm just sayin'
#628 - oxan (02/16/2012) [-]
Oh, okay. I'll go outside in my town of 120,000 people and start protesting and get arrested for being an all-round douche.   
   
Civil unrest won't change anything. Civil unrest never solves anything. You know who also needs sympathy? Greek police. You're attacking them, simply because they're doing their job and they're trying to survive themselves. Here's an idea: get them to see your point. You know, talk to them, reason with me, not light them on fire and throw 			****		 at them.   
   
Again, civil unrest doesn't solve anything. The only way to change it is through a total revolution. That is, organised attacks with a purpose. Not just random looting and clashes with the police.   
   
The cop with spraying the former resistance member doesn't have joy on his face. Unless, of course, a neutral face is considered joyful in Greece.   
   
And now, a question: does this 'rebellion' have any plans on what to do if you overthrow the government? Libya and Egypt had plans, all I see here is people wanting an excuse to be foolish anarchists.   
   
tl;dr get a plan together, stop being anarchist 			*****		.
Oh, okay. I'll go outside in my town of 120,000 people and start protesting and get arrested for being an all-round douche.

Civil unrest won't change anything. Civil unrest never solves anything. You know who also needs sympathy? Greek police. You're attacking them, simply because they're doing their job and they're trying to survive themselves. Here's an idea: get them to see your point. You know, talk to them, reason with me, not light them on fire and throw **** at them.

Again, civil unrest doesn't solve anything. The only way to change it is through a total revolution. That is, organised attacks with a purpose. Not just random looting and clashes with the police.

The cop with spraying the former resistance member doesn't have joy on his face. Unless, of course, a neutral face is considered joyful in Greece.

And now, a question: does this 'rebellion' have any plans on what to do if you overthrow the government? Libya and Egypt had plans, all I see here is people wanting an excuse to be foolish anarchists.

tl;dr get a plan together, stop being anarchist ***** .
#667 to #628 - dthegame (02/16/2012) [-]
a) Theyre not anarchists. They dont loot. Its the police. Theyve been using the provocateur technique ever since massive protests begun.
b) You cant reason with someone who is paid to never believe anything you said
c) Greece has a plan. They always SPARTAAAAA :D

#669 to #667 - oxan (02/16/2012) [-]
a) They're anarchists. They have no plan. They just want to overthrow the government. They have no idea all the problems that will cause
b) You can. They're humans. They're simply doing their job. Don't believe me? Look at this picture <---
c) Greece might, the protestors don't. Also, I lol'd.
#678 to #669 - dthegame (02/16/2012) [-]
There always will be some policemen sucking the mightiests cocks, not giving a **** about the people around them as long as theyre safe. Kind of makes me feel like Nothing to do here.

As of the protestors, I dont know. You might be true, but maybe they have a plan. Its just that I live in ******* Europe where were 2nd to USA in disinforminess (I have no idea how I should write that lol) and I dont know about it, because THEY dont want you to know. There are people for whom this system is perfect. Theyre not many, but theyre rich, powerful, and know how to play the game. (The political game, not The Game (check my username), btw. you just lost it) :D

tl:dr, altough I hope you read it all: peasants change sides, but kings do not. :(
#491 - likeoneninja (02/16/2012) [-]
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#389 - jcull (02/16/2012) [-]
Always an option.
User avatar #600 to #389 - absynthe (02/16/2012) [-]
im sorry youve mistaken us for the italians, we have less assassins and more giant monsters and ****
#423 to #389 - anon (02/16/2012) [-]
These are our gift to you. Carry this through and you shall receive your eternal reward.
#966 - khakykage (02/16/2012) [-]
I know that feeling bro, since i'm Egyptian, and also, we had same revolution as yours, but for us trust me, it's not that easy to believe everything the media says, it's really clear that the goverment is using unnecessary force to stop the protesting, same **** happened here, while we were protesting against our dumbass president and his followers, *everything i say is based on what i saw cause i joined the revolution* and we wanted him to stop using force against us, but he never listened to us, and used force to, not just stop the protesting, but also to kill us, almost 1000 people killed as women, and teenagers, yes we replied hard, we burned almost all police station in cairo, the day called_ Friday of anger , the Friday 28 Jan 2011_, You can google it, The thing is, the media, will always tell us what they want us to know, always will show the bad side of people, The media is also one of the biggest reasons why the whole world think of arabs as terrorist. so my friend from Greece, i 'll pray for you and hope that the government will do what you all want , and God bless you.

Please Pardon my spelling or gramar mistakes :)
#1023 to #966 - khakykage (02/16/2012) [-]
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User avatar #1041 to #966 - bramble (02/16/2012) [-]
I don't see many worthwhile speeches on FJ, but I just want to say, that this is one of the best responses I've seen... I very much doubt that any of the haters that have commented on this content could say anything against your beliefs. Most of all, I respect you for having an honest, honourable and untainted opinion- Especially on this website, which discriminates against anyone who dares to share how they feel. So, even though I very much doubt you care about what I have to say, I just want to say; thankyou for sharing.
#1126 to #1041 - khakykage (02/16/2012) [-]
**khakykage rolled a random image posted in comment #1 at I knew it ** You welcome my dear friend, my best wishes for you and all of your people :)
User avatar #826 - bluedwarf (02/16/2012) [-]
Independent historians unanimously agree that the total economically measurable damages suffered by Greece as a result of the German occupation, in both absolute numbers as well as proportionate to the population, put Greece in fourth place after Poland, the Soviet Union and Yugoslavia.

Long story short, you are not the only one whom german own money, but you are the only one who is always RUBBING IT IN PEOPLE'S FACES (You did a pretty good job with giving out facts that only benefit you I give you that).
So why do you think you are right, you say your politicians ****** up and... what now, that makes you not guilty? You think Greece is the only country that has bad politicians?

And I don't know about that group of people who went to protest by yelling "nazis out" and set german flag on fire. That... that's just low man


#697 - daydreambg (02/16/2012) [-]
Man i Greece the minimal wage is around 750 euro in Bulgaria it is 150...Try to live like us and then bitch about it.
#584 - elinventor (02/16/2012) [-]
i'm argentinian, and i know that feel bro...
#1130 to #584 - rodphnx (02/16/2012) [-]
I'm argentinian too, and I ******* lol'd at your picture
#417 - smurgle (02/16/2012) [-]
Viva La Resistance!
User avatar #218 - finnini (02/16/2012) [-]
I've always liked Greece, been there on quite a few holidays and always found it nice. Bit disappointed there was no mention of the Greek Riot Dog though.
#169 - roninneko (02/16/2012) [-]
You have my sword.
#324 to #169 - brutistroll ONLINE (02/16/2012) [-]
and my Axe!
#224 to #169 - ifoundnemo (02/16/2012) [-]
And my bow
#236 to #224 - reddeadtroll (02/16/2012) [-]
And my gun.
And my gun.
#108 - mandrakemolotov (02/16/2012) [-]
Words cannot describe my rage. Stay strong, bro.
Words cannot describe my rage. Stay strong, bro.
#304 - rainbowdashuh (02/16/2012) [-]
>say "we have always been winners"
>post pic of leonidas
>spartans lost
#342 to #304 - captainrattrap ONLINE (02/16/2012) [-]
Greece won war against Persians in the movie... Spartans won Peloponnesian war...
Greece won war against Persians in the movie... Spartans won Peloponnesian war...
#355 to #342 - rainbowdashuh (02/16/2012) [-]
*the 300 spartans of which Leonidas is a part of lost. Sorry, thought people would understand what I meant. Guess not.
User avatar #362 to #355 - captainrattrap ONLINE (02/16/2012) [-]
But the whole point is that they only lost because of a traitor...
User avatar #354 to #304 - InglushMayjur (02/16/2012) [-]
Yes, but the Spartans held off the Persian forces long enough for Themistocles and the rest of the Athenians to get their asses in gear and defeat the Persian navy at Salamis. So it's a tactical defeat but also a strategic victory for the Greeks. Also, the Greeks eventually won the war against the Persians, with decisive victories at Platea and Mycale
User avatar #364 to #354 - InglushMayjur (02/16/2012) [-]
Oh, wait. About six people beat me to this. Dammit.
User avatar #331 to #304 - omgapuppy (02/16/2012) [-]
The Spartans came back and kicked Persia's ass. Not to mention that Alexander the Great came and wiped the Persian Empire from the face of the Earth.
User avatar #839 to #331 - raulito (02/16/2012) [-]
He was Macedonian.
#332 to #331 - rainbowdashuh (02/16/2012) [-]
Yes but the 300 Spartans lost. That is all I'm saying. They did put up an amazing effort.
User avatar #337 to #332 - omgapuppy (02/16/2012) [-]
Gahhhhhhh!!!! Damn you internet and your attempts to fool me into looking like an asshole who didn't understand the voice of the comment!
#1163 to #331 - anon (10/02/2013) [-]
No, they didn't. They were actually never able to sustain themselves proprerly after their defeat. Just go and read a proper history book. This is a stupid claim.

We haven't been always winners that's stupid arrogance. And it's stupid because it can easily be marked as obvious rubbish. You don't just post a picture of Leonidas and dishonour his glorious name with these ******** , it's not smart.
#1144 - dadaadaa (02/16/2012) [-]
Oh man i will be hated after this but someone has to pull this joke here. So i take the blame.

- A greek, a portuguese and a spanish dude are eating at a kebab-shop. who pays?
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... wait for it
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the german :-P
#1134 - hollyfries (02/16/2012) [-]
Sorry OP . Somebody had to do it.
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