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Sep

John Perkins: How “economic hit men” bring countries to fall

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This is a very interesting aspect based on the confessions of a so-called “economic hit man”.  John Perkins, author of the book “Confessions of an Economic Hit Man” claims that it is international organizations like the IMF or the World Bank that under the pretext of ‘saving a country’ in [...]

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22
Sep

Amphipolis: virtual representation of the tomb area (video)

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A virtual representation apparently with the aid of google maps displays the broader area of the mysterious tomb of Amphipolis. The creator of the video is unknown. Enjoy! embedded by Embedded VideoYouTube Direkt    

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22
Sep
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Athens: Metro workers on work stoppage, Sept 24/2014

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Metro workers will launch a work stoppage on Wednesday in order to hold their union general assembly meeting. The work stoppage will be from 1 pm to 5 pm, September 24th 2014. Good luck, commuters!

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22
Sep
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Public sector union on 24h strike, Sept 23/2014

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Long time not seen. A Greek strike. Public sector union ADEDY will launch a 24-hour strike on Tuesday, September 23rd 2014. The unionists will protest the process of “assessment criteria” set by the state, changes in criteria of working contracts and individual assessments for the teachers. The protest meeting will [...]

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18
Sep

Huh? “Is Scotland the New Greece?”

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Crucial day for Scotland today. The referendum on independence from United Kingdom has already begun. What would it mean if the majority of Scots vote Yes? Can the new and Indepentent Scotalnd turn into Greece? An opinion article by Costas Panayotakis, Professor of Sociology at the New York City College [...]

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18
Sep

Greek minister: Lagarde’s claims “shameful”, she should resign

Posted by in Very Mix

The head of International Monetary Fund, Christine Lagarde, should resign over her her claims of ‘death threats from Greek taxpayers’. Speaking to private Mega TV on Thursday morning, Deputy Minister of Development Gerasimos Giakoumatos said: “Christine Lagarde should resign because she cannot put a whole country on investigation mood to [...]

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17
Sep

IMF’s Lagarde’s “death threats” claims: much ado about nothing… after all…

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Oh God! Remember the claims made by IMF’s head Christine Lagarde that she had received “death threats” by Greeks when she had talked about tax evasion and that she had increased her security personnel? It turns out it was all … a – excuse my language – bullshit. The Greek [...]

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15
Sep

Tsipras pledges mammoth package to restore Greek economy

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Alexis Tsipras, leader of major opposition left-wing SYRIZA announced a package of economic and social measures should his party win the next elections. Speaking at the International Trade Fair of Thessaloniki, Tsipras pledged that his party would manage a big write-off of the public debt with Greece’s lenders and outlined [...]

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12
Sep

IMF’s Lagarde: “I got death threats when I talked about Greece and its taxes”

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Head of International Monetary Fund Christine Lagarde revealed that she received death treats when she talked about Greece and the failure of paying taxes in the past. Speaking to Financial Times, Christine Lagarde may be more cautious nowadays but yet; for one more time she criticized “the shipping industry” and [...]

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12
Sep

Athens Mayor’s sophisticated benches to prevent use by homeless

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No, no, no! Public benches are not for homeless to sleep. Public benches are for proper people with proper homes and proper beds. In Agios Georgios Square, in Kypseli district of Athens, the new public benches have been installed: nicely lacquered and with a metal detail – apparently a designer’s [...]

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