Chikot posted: Yeah, killed his own son and enjoyed frying criminals in hot oil. also was very God fearing... Yeah, forgot to mention, another favorite pass time was cutting heads to hated boyars (Russia old nobility).
The meeting of European Finance Ministers held in Luxembourg on Thursday, June 18 failed to make further inroads towards unlocking the Greek agreement negotiations. The European Central Bank has increased the amount of emergency funds to Greek Banks that have been hit by massive withdrawals as uncertainty about the fate of the country’s finances. The Eurogroup will try again to bring the two sides together on a Monday, June 22 emergency meeting. The forex market will be awaiting the outcome with the hope an agreement can finally be reached. As talks broke down in Luxembourg thousands of Greek protesters gathered outside parliament.
The problem with this meeting is that most of the participants there will go with the agenda how to tackle and dampen the consequences of the Greece default - not to offer some last minute desperate deals.
Already the voices of 'what to do after...' are sounding higher among EU government, and the vague 'we want Greece in the EZ' from the German Chancellor is a bit not too reassuring this time.
There is no negotiations - there is poker now. I would suggest Greek people to not over thrust their clown government and to prepare - cash strapping, job security, etc...
I am really surprised that even up till now everybody still do not understand that the Greek government does not really want a Resolution to this whole fiasco instead what they want is for this problem to go on forever as long as there is money being thrown to them in trying to solve the problem which will remain unsolvable until we have a Greek revolution from within which will again create another new type of problem and it will go on and on and on.....Just leave them be on their own and I guarantee the problem will take care of it itself magically as in all Greek's fable.
What is so comical to me, yet nauseating, is the fact that EVERYBODY, with the exception of Greece, is concerned about Greece paying its debt. Yet EVERYBODY rushes to give Greece a helping hand and fret over it, while Greece goes on about its business with a yawn, a few skirmishes here and there, then shrugs its shoulders and says....'YOU guys figure it out. We'll just sit by and watch until YOU bail us out AGAIN... and life goes on'. Where's that can? It's about time to kick it again.
For Greeks, the fear is que deja vu Monday will be the return to the past not that distant. Before the euro Replaced the drachma in 2002, the Greeks already Were the European problem, Their currency mostly trapped inside Their nation, where cash was king and checks the novelty.
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