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Truth About Greece

too long but worth reading

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Submitted: 02/15/2012
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#212 - anon (02/16/2012) [+] (1 reply)
>we have a wonderful sun
I'm sorry that all our suns can't be as good as your sun
#21 - kyfvini (02/15/2012) [+] (6 replies)
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 can do, we will do it. We will fight. This "new kind of dictatorship" is happening worldwide. We can´t trust politics anymore. But hope is never lost.
#214 - Ruspanic (02/16/2012) [+] (1 reply)
#304 - rainbowdashuh (02/16/2012) [+] (10 replies)
>say "we have always been winners"
>post pic of leonidas
>spartans lost
#767 - anon (02/16/2012) [+] (7 replies)
mean while in the other eu countrys, we pay a **** tonn of money to the greek goverment, since the greek people don't want to give up their 3 day work week and their retirement age at 55 instead of the rest of us at 67 :D
#170 - jcyeah (02/16/2012) [+] (3 replies)
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
#389 - jcull (02/16/2012) [+] (2 replies)
Always an option.
#169 - roninneko (02/16/2012) [+] (4 replies)
You have my sword.
#584 - elinventor (02/16/2012) [+] (1 reply)
i'm argentinian, and i know that feel bro...
#288 - anon (02/16/2012) [+] (1 reply)
You know what to do
#316 to #288 - neoexdeath ONLINE (02/16/2012) [-]
Yeah, but where on earth are we going to get 35 walruses, a vat of peanut butter, and a flamethrower?
Yeah, but where on earth are we going to get 35 walruses, a vat of peanut butter, and a flamethrower?
#182 - aBlindMoron (02/16/2012) [+] (1 reply)
#842 - gjoker (02/16/2012) [+] (1 reply)
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 :)
#733 - anon (02/16/2012) [+] (1 reply)
Actually Germany doesn't owe Greece anything. A deal was made in 1990 that said that Greece will forgive that debt. Goodluck with the politics/economy tho.

From Finland with love.
#843 - anon (02/16/2012) [+] (7 replies)
Okay, mister, i see you like facts, so ill give you some facts.
So you can see that we Germans arent the bad guys again! (Thanks for the Swastika Statue Greec Medias shopped, btw.)

1.) Greece came in the EU with wrong economical statistics.
Just google this by yourself; there are multinational articles about that.
So accept the EU rules when you are, not correctly, in the EU!

2.) We Germans AND French pay recently so much money to this new EU-economy
protection to save your arses, so dont complain about that. We have a ******** of debts, too!

3.) nearly 50% of the Greek workers are buerocrats! No wonder the state doesnt work properly!

4.) Greeks finished their work with only 57 and were paid quite good after it, and since they were buerocrats, their rent was not cheap for the state!

5.) I know you have troubles, and not the people, but the politicians are guilty; noone questions this, but you had enough time to change your politicians! So dont blame only the goverment; everybody there is a bit guilty. And WE pay for this now, too!

Greetings from Germany.
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#453 - thewiseass ONLINE (02/16/2012) [-]
But seriously, governments are ******* assholes when they do this **** . I support you OP!!
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