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Cynical BBC-Video: Get Rich with Euro Collapse!

Alessio Rastani claims to be a stock market and a forex trader. A ‘golden’ boy that dreams of the euro collapse just to see his golden dream bubble come true. He spoke to BBC and said things that can only leave you stunned.  The nervous and fevery guy, that reminded me of …

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Greeks Anticipate Crucial Voting on Property Tax

“Crucial” here and “crucial” there, ruling party PASOK deputies are actually expected to approve the property tax on Tuesday evening, after one aspiring  ‘defiant’ deputy declared earlier today that he will support the government. So far no other PASOK deputy has declared that he/she will not vote, so it seems …

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Greek Fin Min – Dazzling the Public, Blasting the Press…

Sibyl spoke and the audience tries to untie the knot of magic oracling especially those concerning the new austerity measures. All those who watched the press conference of Finance minister Evangelos Venizelos via live television broadcast have been wondering about the absence of announcing the new measures. The trick was simple: …

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Cyprus Drilling: Tension High as “Piri Reis” Enters Block 12

Tension is high around the drilling off shore of Cyprus as the Turkish research vessel Piri Reis has allegedly entered Block 12. Greek newspaper Proto Thema claims that Piri Reis entered the area of Block 12 where US company “Noble Energy” carries out natural gas research. The Piri Reis entered the …

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Greece Heads to Snap Polls but No “Politicians” Around?

Tomorrow, Tuesday, there is another crucial ( the No 1,453 ?) voting that will take place in the Greek Parliament. The voting for the odious Property Levy that triggered outrage in the society. And not only. Quite a number of ruling party PASOK had to feel the strong pressure of …

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Q&A: How Will a 50% Greek “Haircut” Affect Our Lives?

The rumors and the scenarios about a 50% ” Haircut” of the Greek debt and an “orderly default” , call it also “controlled bankruptcy”, keep whirling around the heads of ten million Greeks causing increased uncertainty and depression. With the tax hikes and the income decreases, the Greek household have already …

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Impressive Protest by Greek Police Against Austerity (video)

A group of 50 border guards and special guards of the Greek Police (ELAS) climbed to Lycabettus Hill in downtonw Athens at 5:30 Monday morning and hung a huge banner to protest their wages cuts.  The banner, 25 meter long and 5 meter wide, reads: “ELAS mourns: Pay Day – Mourning Day”.  …

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Athens: Police Fires Tear Gas and Beat “Indignant” Greeks (videos)

Protesters and riot police have been ‘playing’ cat and mouse for several hours at Syntagma Square in downtown Athens. Riot police beats protesters and fires tear gas, while the protesters withdraw and come back. Proto Thema newspaper underlines that the police made ‘extensive use of chemicals’ to prevent the protesters from …

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Guest Post: Greece will Default But at What Conditions & Consequences?

Greece’s Finance Minister Evangelos Venizelos’s meetings in Washington last night were ‘celebrated’ here with missals (“Not Debt Restructure” Greek press) and flourish promises. Greek Fin Min told Greek media that the Troika will come back to Athens, the 6th bailout tranche will be released and Greece will meet all its …

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