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(Upd) Hand in Hand? Hoodies and Police… (video)

Greece is shocked by the following video, showing so-called “Hoodies” entering the Parliament building in police escort. No, they are not been detained… They are just taken away froom the crowd. The footage was broadcasted also in private television network ALTER while the police spokesman was on live interview. The …

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Athens, June 29/11: Glorification of the Greek Democracy

I am so damned proud today! Greece showed that it is a truly democratic country and the people’s will prevails in rate 155:300. Inside the parliament the lawmakers dressed in light summer suits voted pro and contra the Mid-Term Austerity Programme. A 28 billion euro package containing wages, social allowances …

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Athens June 29: Live Streaming & Blogging in English (PartI)

The day started bad and with a lot of tension. People are angry and feel ignored by politicians, the police has clear orders. The day started bad already at 9 o clock ini the morning with some incidents erupting between protesters and riot police, whens a group of 200 people …

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What went wrong with the EU & turned into a Nightmare?

 I wrote this morning that I am done with the European Union.  Not with the idea as such but with the club-management and its statutes. I don’t like the way it’s run, I don’t like to be looked from above with a snobbish hulled nose.  Something went wrong with this club …

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Greece: Exit Euro+Return to Drachma+Devalue Drachma=Impossible!

I was watching Yiannis Papanikolaou, economist and advisor of former Greek Prime Minister Andreas Papandreou on private television network ALTER. He was very serious and very concerned about the future of the country, especially about the crisis-management skills of the government but also any Greek political party. Papanikolaou said in …

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Greek Communists Protest Austerity in Acropolis

Tourists in Acropolis got an insight view of what it is to live in a austerity hit country and have a resistance spirit. A group of members of the Greek Communist Party (KKE) labour union PAME erected two banners on the Acropolis rock to protest the austerity – past, present and future. …

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Greek Deputy PM: Tanks to Protect Banks should Greece return to Drachma

A horror scenario with tanks and army protecting the banks, rioting people, empty shops and suicides has been drawn by Greek Deputy Prime Minister Theodoroas Pangalos, should Greece return to Drachma. Speaking to Spanish newspaper El Mundo, Pangalos said: “Returning to the drachma would mean that on the following day banks …

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Need a Break….

A horror week nears its end, another horror week awaits us just around the corner. Greeks have started adding cents and euros to see the new burdens on their household budgets. This additional austerity will sucks the last drop of blood out of our venes. “Save the Country, kill its …

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