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IMF’s Lagarde: “I feel very, very bad & very sorry for the people” [living in austerity]

Following the traces of Angela Merkel, head of IMF Christine Lagarde revealed her real feelings about people living in poverty due to IMF imposed austerity. She spoke to CBS News. Emotionally deeply touched, with eyes begging for forgiveness, broken face muscles and a trembling voice. Lagarde finally spoke about her real feelings – about  the … Spaniards!

Christine Lagarde: I feel very, very bad and very sorry for the people. Because I know how hard it is. And I know how difficult it is for people who lose their job, for families who find it difficult to make ends meet. But equally, I know that it’s necessary. And it’s a process through which countries have to go in order to restore their situation and be able to grow again and create jobs again.

Dressed in black and brown tanned as usual, Christine Lagarde predicted that it will take years until Europe is being rescued.

 Scott Pelley: How long do you imagine the troubles in Europe will go on?

 Christine Lagarde: It has been going on for a long time. A lot has been done. You know, the Europeans have been serious about strengthening their fiscal architecture, but they need to do more.

 Pelley: But what are we talking about here? Two years, three, five?

 Lagarde: It’s hard to say. I think it will take a long time to restore public finances in the Eurozone, because it has been long in the making. It will be relatively long in the fixing, as well.
Video: Interview exerpt vom CBS

Is Lagarde sorry only for the Spaniards? No problem! German Chancellor Angela Merkel had recently said that her heart was bleeding for the Greeks and thus twice in a coupple of weeks.

In the following video a man tries to escape a woman assuring him that she cried a river. It is not verified whether the man is a Spaniard tryiing to flee Lagarde, or a Greek tryiing to escape from Merkel. But the song is nice by gorgeous Julie London 🙂

PS I hope the Spaniards will appreciate the emotional outburst of Lagarde…

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6 comments

  1. I feel very, very bad and very sorry for the people. Because I know how hard it is. And I know how difficult it is for people who lose their job, for families who find it difficult to make ends meet.

    At 500k a year, tax free, I wonder how she could possibly even begin to guess what it’s like to try and survive on 3000 a year, leave alone know.
    This woman is a disgrace to humanity.

  2. She does not give a damn. Just acting. How can she know how hard it is as she lives a wealthy life? Has she every felt hungry, because she had not had a decent meal in days???

  3. BITCH

  4. I feel very bad for the greeks and the spaniards,i feel so badf that i havent slept for weeks ,and now my skin looks shit……..Shoot to kill.all thee people are a danger to humanity ,we need to rid the world of this kind.shoot to kill i tells you ,if you have a gun.because you see in greece we dont …..so please shoot to kill….

  5. Too bad she doesn’t volunteer 90% of her pay for the next 5 years to helping people she feels sorry for.Then maybe people could think she has some sincerity.

  6. I wonder how much a tube of her lipstick costs, probably a couple of hundred dollars at least (she could get the same effect from a child’s paintbox from a dollar store). I know when Palin was running for VP her makeup cost something like 15 000 dollars and near the end.