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5
May

Poll: Majority of Greeks want the Euro even with a new bailout deal

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It has been confirmed again and again, despite Schaeubles & Co, despite the harsh austerity, despite the internal devaluation of the people’s incomes due to inability to devalue the common currency: The majority of Greeks want the country to remain in the Eurozone. Even if this mean a new bailout […]

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5
May

POLITICO: The Dirty Dozen – 12 people who ruined Greece

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Who drove Greece to the economic and consequently political ruin? Apparently there have been 12 people or better say categories of people who have put their hands in ruining Greece. Political magazine POLITICO makes a historical approach to find those responsible for the troubles that have been harrowing the country […]

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3
May

Medical Association denounces Social Clinic for the poor as “illegal” & creating “unfair competition”!!!

Posted by in Society

Greece is a country always good for surprises! And here comes a painful injection to the hundreds of volunteers offering their services to the poor of the IMF-austerity hit country. After a couple of years of social practice and solidarity in the field of health care and 51 units across […]

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1
May

Superb Satire by German ZDF on how EURO-partners & Germans treat Varoufakis

Posted by in Very Mix

Hahaha! From all satire videos and programs and whatever for and/or against Greece and the Greek crisis, this is the best one, that really had me spontaneously laugh. Politico satire magazine “Die Anstalt” at the German state broadcaster ZDF and Presenter Max Uthoff. The general idea of the sketch is […]

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30
Apr

Dijsselbloem criticizes Tsipras & Varoufakis for giving … interviews!

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Huh!? We have a saying in Greek, I will reveal it to you at the end of the post… Dutch Finance Minister and Eurogroup head Jeroen Dijsselbloem warned the Greek government that Europe is prepared for any outcome to the standoff between Greece and its creditors. Of course, Dijsselbloem did […]

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30
Apr

Varoufakis: “We should not fight violence with violence” (assault video)

Posted by in Politics

Greek Finance Minister Yanis Varoufakis and his wife Danae became the target of a group of anarchists while they were dining with a friend at an Athens restaurant late Tuesday. A group of some 30 anarchists threw glass object at the couple, Varoufakis escaped injuries when his wife hugged him […]

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28
Apr

The Guardian honors Greek army sergeant who saved migrants’ lives after boat capsized off Rhodes

Posted by in Society

It was a strong picture: a well-built half-naked man carrying ashore the body of a woman in panic. He had just saved her life from certain drowning in the sea just a couple of meters away from Zefyros Beach on the island of Rhodes. The boat carrying migrants trying to […]

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28
Apr

Brussels and international media cheer to have won Blitzkrieg against Varoufakis

Posted by in Economy, Politics

Greek Finance Minister has been sidelined, Brussels and international media cheer. The pressure against Yanis Varoufakis has increased during the last days especially during the Eurogroup meeting in Riga, with the EU political world to have launched a Blitzkrieg the Greek Finance Minister. Finance chiefs at the Eurogroup meeting in […]

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28
Apr

Greek PM Tsipras: priority are wages and pensions; referendum if no deal (videos ENGLISH)

Posted by in Economy, Politics

“Breakthrough in bailout talks is close,” Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras announced Monday evening as Greece is struggling to strike a deal with the country’s creditors by May 9th and avoid default to International Monetary Fund. In a live-interview to a private television channel, Tsipras ruler out snap elections but he […]

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26
Apr

Eurogroup ministers should spend a week in a Greek public hospital

Posted by in Economy, Society

One more Eurogroup, one more… nothing. The usual film with the same actors each and every month. Τhe same pressure on Greece: full compliance or lay down and peg out. The self-congratulatory conservative Eurozone conclave tell the hungry: Athens would get no more aid until it agreed a complete economic […]

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