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7
Apr

Hey, Grexit-Junkies! You can buy your Drachma-Fix here!

Posted by in Economy, Very Mix

Are you a Grexit-Junkie? Do you get cold turkey seeing your Drachma-fix  being timely moving away? Do you get headache, nausea, night sweats, fever, hallucinations, increased anxiety, confusion and irritability every time a Eurogroup meeting ends up in agreement with Greece? I got news for you! A medicine without prescription […]





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7
Apr

Greek Parliament approves setting up committee to investigate bailouts and PSI

Posted by in Politics

Greek lawmakers voted on Tuesday in favor of setting up a committee to examine the circumstances under which Greece agreed to bailouts totaling 240 billion euros with the European Union and the International Monetary Fund. The proposal was approved with 156 of the 250 lawmakers present voting in favor, 72 […]





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6
Apr

Greece’s Easter: Atheist Union slams expense of flying in the “Holy Light” from Jerusalem

Posted by in Very Mix

The Greek Atheists’ Union slams the expense of flying the “Holy Light” from Jerusalem to Athens at Easter. In a letter to all ministers in charge – finance, foreign, defense and religion – the Union questions the necessity to bring the Holy Light to Greece at a time of economic […]





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6
Apr

Greece: WWII reparations from Germany at €278.7 billion

Posted by in Politics

In case our German friends have been wondering how much money the Greeks want for World War II atrocities and damages committed by the Nazis  and the “loan” Greeks were enforced to hand out to the Nazis in order to finance the occupation of their country and the war against […]





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6
Apr

Swiss Banker J-C Oswald wanted for arms scandals & money laundering in Greek custody

Posted by in Politics

Swiss banker Jean-Claude Oswald, one of the key suspects in the Siemens cash-for-contracts scandal and in connection to allegedly corrupt arms deals is in custody in Greece, Greek media report on Monday. Although Oswald holds the French citizenship and the Swiss refused to extradite him to Greece, the Greek authorities […]





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6
Apr

Greece’s Price List for kickbacks: 2% – 23% for public officials

Posted by in Politics

Greece’s public officials had apparently turned the kickbacks collection into a “science”, while an unofficial but institutionalize price list could cut a nice portion from the total pie for private pockets. Under the hand. Illegally. Tax-free. The bribes percentage was something between 2% and shocking 23% depending on the sector […]





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6
Apr

Greece’s Credit Event risk averted, but EU keeps up the dirty work with political pressure

Posted by in Economy, Politics

“I welcome confirmation by the Minister that payment owing would be forthcoming on April 9,” managing director of International Monetary Fund told reporters after her meeting with Greek Finance Minister Yanis Varoufakis on Easter Sunday in Washington. Going to meeting with Varoufakis: Christine Lagarde of IMFogue in Anna-Wintour-look. Or just […]





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5
Apr

Lagarde finds Varoufakis in a basket of Easter Eggs

Posted by in Economy

Managing Director of International Monetary Fund Christine Lagarde was surprised to find Yanis Varoufakis hiding in a bush next to other Easter Eggs. The Greek Finance Minister had asked her for an urgent meeting on this Easter Sunday to talk “negotiations” and “reforms” as time and cash are running up […]





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3
Apr

President Anastastiades shocks Greeks: Cyprus has a backup plan for Grexit

Posted by in Economy

That was a shock for Greeks to see their top brother in Cyprus to openly join the international Grexit propaganda club! Cyprus President Nikos Anastasiades said on Friday that his country had a backup plan to deal with the fallout of a possible Greek exit from the eurozone. No a […]





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3
Apr

Happy Easter & Successful Eggs Hunting

Posted by in Very Mix

“Can Jesus resurrects twice a month?” The question came from an 9-year-old, the son of a friend, when he heard that the Catholic Church celebrates Easter on April 5th, but the Greek Orthodox Church on April 12th. I told the boy, the issue was a matter of faith and that […]





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3
Apr
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Second case of bullying: the victim stabs 3 classmates

Posted by in Very Mix

A student at a Nursing School in Athens stabbed three of her classmates on Thursday. The incident occurred during class, when the 22-year-old woman took a kitchen knife from her bag and attacked three other classmates, causing them minor injuries. The three victims, one Greek and two Albanian women, refused […]





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3
Apr

International media in anti-SYRIZA frenzy but why sacrifice Greece?

Posted by in Economy

Ayayayay! Six days before the crucial double Euro Working Group on Greece upcoming Wednesday and Thursday, and the international media pour their last drops of poison, before they enter the Easter vacations. In an unprecedented anti-Greek-government frenzy international mainstream media race for the Award of the Doomsday Scenario for Greece. […]





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3
Apr

Greek gov’t to put an end in TV-frequencies “anarchy” and demands €40mln in outstanding debts from TV-channels

Posted by in Very Mix

After 26 years of “anarchy” in the landscape of radio- and television-frequencies and loophole in the existing legislation, the new Greek government opens the big chapter of the legal use of frequencies. At first stage the government demands the payment of outstanding debts of 40 million euro in total for […]





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2
Apr

Greece vs Creditors: Tsipras will never be able to satisfy the big neurotic mama

Posted by in Economy

Greece “defaults” each and every month since the new coalition government came into power, should we believe the Cassandras of various nationalities and interests. The first default scenario “saw” a default by end February, the second by end of March. Bogeyman’s words “Grexit” and “Grexident” started to whirl around. Again. […]





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