Re: Soros on how the Euro is dividing Europe
- From: choro <choro@xxxxxxxx>
- Date: Thu, 27 Jan 2011 21:12:10 +0000
On 27/01/2011 12:31, Alexander Arnakis wrote:
On Wed, 26 Jan 2011 19:53:07 -0800 (PST), ADR<aretzios@xxxxxxxxx>
I could not agree more. It seems that even MPs of the governing party
have similar misgivings. Here is the report from the "Vima"
It would be unthinkable, say, for Greece to give up offshore rights in
the Aegean to Turkey, or to concede the label "Macedonia" to the
country to the north, yet it seems to be OK for it to give up national
rights of even *greater* significance to the Troika. (If you can't
control your own debt and budget, you're not an actual country.) This
is shameful. I thought the Greeks had more pride than that.
In what way is this situation significantly different from the Turkish
or German Occupations? Perhaps this time the Quislings are a little
Sir, I believe this is what is called "NeoColonialism". To be honest I feel sorry for GP because I immediately developed a liking for the fellow when I was introduced to him years ago. To me he will always remain the nice chap I met. But even PMs have to go along with what their cohorts think. They never have as much power as what some people think they do. I really feel sorry for him finding himself in the position he is in right now.
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