Re: Latest poll in Kathimerini
- From: "Agamemnon" <agamemnon@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
- Date: Wed, 8 Feb 2012 08:44:46 -0000
"john jones" <mrjonesmmx@xxxxxxxxx> wrote in message
On Feb 8, 5:54 pm, Alexander Arnakis <inva...@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
On Wed, 08 Feb 2012 01:16:41 -0500, Alexander Arnakis
According to the latest poll published in Kathimerini 8 Feb. 2012, the
party rankings are as follows:
Democratic Left: 18%
Chrysi Avghi: 3%
Democratic Alliance: 2%
Conclusions: The collapse of PASOK is accelerating, with many PASOK
voters migrating to the Democratic Left. KKE and Syriza are holding
steady. LAOS is losing some support to Chrysi Avghi. Dora's "party" is
More details on this poll:
If this trend continues, Democratic Left and Syriza together (which
have not ruled out an alliance) could soon exceed ND, which means that
they could form a government, presumably with Kouvelis as its head.
The cooperation of KKE would not even be needed.
But if this possibility becomes more real in the coming weeks, it's
almost certain that Samaras and ND will change position 180 degrees,
and join PASOK and LAOS to postpone elections until November 2013.
Samaras' logic in seeking immediate elections (before Easter) is based
on the expection that he'll come in first. If ND's support slips
relative to the Left, that logic would no longer apply.
On the other hand, if elections are postponed beyond the spring/early
summer, the social unrest will be severe. Papademos may be in office,
but he'll be unable to govern.
<<<What about ND's possible alliances though?>>>
Giorgiakis has totally destroyed PASOK and everyone sees them and him as
spineless traitorous cowards, and any party or leader who acts the same way
will suffer the same fate.
Democratic Left and Syriza together don't have enough to control parliament
but they should have a working majority with KKE.
The overwhelming majority of the Greek people are against the austerity
measures which have crippled the Greek economy and Germany and the bankers
have to be sent a message that unless they agree to a recovery plan for
Greece then Greece will default and do it's best to take them all down with
The spineless, traitorous, corrupt, arselicking cowards that are governing
Greece today all have to go and someone who will stand up for Greece and
it's interests and not those of others is needed to replace them.
Greece has always had the upper hand by the traitors have sold it out.
There's not point in Greece continuing to pay any of it's debt off to any of
it's creditors because it's that debt that is preventing it from obtaining a
What is the point of the Euro when investors a paying Germany in order to
lend it money, ie. negative interest and Greece has no chance whatsoever of
going to the markets and getting a decent rate of interest even if it
manages to balance it's budget.
The banking system is totally corrupt and nothing more than a mafia of loan
Defaulting will allow billions of Euros which would have gone to the
Bankers, France and Germany, who are all making a huge profit out of
Greece's repayments are extortionate interests rates compared to those given
to Germany and France.
Either Germany must agree to all Euro member countries borrowing directly
through the ECB at exactly the same rate of interest that Germany gets,
which means that richer countries must subsidise the poorer ones, and
provide Greece with a 160bn Euro interest free loan to rebuild it's
ecconomy, which doesn't have to start being paid back until 50 years time or
Greece must default.
If Greece becomes self financing by creating a balanced budget then default
does not mean leaving the Euro. It just means that all those that took the
gamble of lending to Greece, and then upping the interest rate hour by hour
day by day to the point that Greece couldn't pay, like a bunch of criminal
loan sharks will lose their money.
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