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Added: Nov-18-2011 Occurred On: Nov-18-2011
By: figatomek
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Tags: Greece, bail out, austerity measures, protests, kick the bastard child out of the EU once and for all, let them fend for themselves, sink or swim.
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  • LEAVE GREECE! If you want to be your own people LEAVE THE EU! Save your asses!

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  • Anti-austerity equals the we want free stuff bitches clan.

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  • Why is the worse case scenario "An exit from the Euro?" Unless it's objectives are to always take rather than give, it seems a little independence (and accountability) would be appreciated by it's citizens.

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  • What good is a union if when you fall into hard times your asked to leave?


    Fuck the bankers of the EU straight to hell!

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    • @Jukamatuka If you fall on hard times, the union then takes measures which it believes will solve the problem, whether or not you may not agree.

      The question is, why be in a union of nations if you're not going to act in the union's best interest?

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    • @ChumCannon

      That's backwards ass logic. By your accord nobody falls on hard times.

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    • @Jukamatuka Wrong, failure happens often, but if you are part of a union of nations, and those nations are affected by your failures, shouldn't they have a say in how you recover from your failures or prevent similar failures from happening in the future?

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    • @ChumCannon

      Sure, but to kick you out defeats the purpose of joining such a union. That's what I was trying to get at.

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    • @Jukamatuka its not being kicked out that defeats the purpose of a union.

      its lying about the state of your financial institutions, using other member's aid money to buy votes with benefits, its having a retirement age at 58 while everyone else has theirs set at 70 and using their money to fund pensions, its having a lazy fucking population so stocked on benefits and self entitlement that they are unable to work decent hours without going on strike and demanding more holidays and pay.

      THATS w More..

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  • Greece is on the brink of economic collapse just like the rest of Europe. Unfortunately, we are slowly starting to do what they do. They spend too much, have too many entitlements, and they have tied their economies together with a single currency-the Euro. So even if some of the economies do well over there, the currency will still be worth less because the whole continent didn't do well. It disturbs me to watch us take economic advice from them.

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  • Greece... Oh Greece... Land of Liberal Idea's...

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  • I agree with the posters tags. Let them sink. How long did these fat pocketed greeks think they could run their economy as such. I guess those fat hands got stuck in the cookie jar.

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