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Mean While In Greece The Anti Austerity Riots Continue

Molotov coctails and tear gas are exchanged between police and rioters just another day and night of chaos in Athens

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Added: Nov-7-2012 Occurred On: Nov-7-2012
By: anglosaxonwarlord
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Tags: Greece, riots, Molotov's, tear gas canisters
Location: Athens, Attica, Greece (load item map)
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  • Coming soon to America.

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    • @Americanalltheway
      Just postponed a little.If the liberals did not not get their way last night, we would of woke up to this.

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    • @Fire37Rescue

      Also ending sooner in America, sleeping gas from drones can stop huge amount of packed revolutionists in no time.

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    • @Fire37Rescue
      I think I will call in sick that day, so I can stay home and make sure mine are OK.

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  • Greek leaders are meeting today over a $15 billion austerity plan aimed at persuading international lenders to release tens of billions in aid.

    GREECE : In 2011, the country's public debt stood at €355.658 billion (170.6% of nominal GDP).[3][4] After negotiating the biggest debt restructuring in history with the private sector, Greece reduced its sovereign debt burden to €280 billion (136.9% of GDP) in the first quarter of 2012.[17]

    The USA : Debt levels rose quickly in the following decad More..

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  • They're at the forefront of the new Europe.

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  • America's turn will be soon if all we do is watch the bankers rape other countries.

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  • This is where the US is heading with the current leadership. We are creating a society that can't stand without the government holding them up. Prep for the end. This is what how the Zombie Apocalypse will start.

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  • Welcome to the Euro Zone.

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  • I dont blame them as such,they had the credit card,that was the euro.They maxed it out.Now its pay back time.Their politicians bought power,by spending money, that the nation wasent earning!

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  • coming soon to an american city near you. "where's my free shit?"

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  • My thoughts are with the people of Greece.

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  • yup, they realized a while ago they don't want to be slaves to some banksters. btw not one mention about it in us news.

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  • teetering....

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  • this is what would have happened if romney won apparently

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  • This is proof that police officers have the most stable employment in any nation in this day and age. Gotta keep the protesters at bay when the shit hits the proverbial fan.

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  • Out of curiosity what percentage of Greeks are behind on paying their taxes over the past 10 years?

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  • the republicans will have to join the collective "Resistance is futile"

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  • The Greek economy will collapse even sooner with all of this overtime for cops and riot squads.

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  • Won't be long now until the same thing happens here. Can't wait!

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  • We're in a hell of a fix. What can we do to make it even worse? I've got it let's riot, burn and destroy all we can!

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  • By Greek standards , that is minor scrum .

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  • BUT THEY LOVE US NOW SO

    CONGRESS, CUT EM A CHECK

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