NIGHTMARE ON EU STREET: EUROPEAN VULTURES & SHYLOCKS RUNNING SCARED AFTER FAILING TO CONTROL THE GREEK VOTE WITH THE PROSPECT OF A 37 YEAR-OLD ON THE HELM... THEY ARE STILL PRAYING FOR A PASOK OR ND GOVERNMENT COALITION TO SELL OUT RICH ON NATURAL RESERVES GREECE AND POCKET THE MEGAPROFITS
it helps to complain that the
elections in Greece strengthened
the extremist parties and weakened the
fact that the population has opted for a protest vote against reform
and policy? That a government in Athens is more difficult than
ever - and with it the euro rescue?
frightening that result is so predictable it was. But the EU -
and especially their former management duo Merkozy - has failed to
act. Instead of supporting the ruling coalition to politically strengthen the
back, the Chancellor dictated stubbornly a savings corset, although
Greece's economy and his government could not bear it. And
strengthened extremist opposition parties as opponents of the
EU. Merkel was confident that it will be alright. Well- not surprisingly- it was not.
now? Of course, the EU could continue to rely on its exclusive
savings policy to its own credibility's sake. Although it has
been practiced for two years and has only worsened the situation in
Southern Europe. You could then watch as the formation of a
government fails in Athens, because none of the critical-saving small
parties want to implement this. And it comes to elections, which a left populist alliance wins that finally takes a break with the EU
- with incalculable risks for other southern European states, the
financial markets, the euro.
it would help anyone. Europe has finally losing more than the
Greeks:its political and economic strength, the expression of the
common currency. If the main goal is to strengthen the
euro and to overcome the crisis, what if the investors in the markets must be convinced that they can have confidence in Europe, where
politicians want to show that they learn from their mistakes: Then
must loose their savings targets in Greece. And put a strategy
in view, as it generates growth in the crisis countries, rather than
stifle it further.
this happens quickly, could one of the smaller parties form a
coalition with New Democracy and PASOK of. Greece and Europe
would get such a chance to reform the government in Athens. If that
this is really true, is not even identified.
it is Europe's last hope.
( More about Shylocks: In Τhe
Merchant of Venice,
Shylock is a moneylenderwho
agrees to lend money to Bassanio on the credit of Antonio,
Shylock's archrival. Shylock, suspicious of Antonio, sets the
a pound of Antonio's flesh. When Antonio's merchant ventures fail and
he cannot come up with the money to pay off Bassanio's loan, Shylock
demands the pound of flesh, which will surely kill Antonio. Shylock
insists that his debt be paid; he wants revenge on Antonio because
not only does Antonio lend money without interest (thus making
Shylock lose business), he also spits on Shylock, verbally and
physically abuses him, and turns his friends against him and inflames
his enemies towards him. Shylock also becomes obsessed with
collecting his debt because of his grief: His only daughter, Jessica,
has fled his house, taking his money and jewels, to elope with
Antonio's friend Lorenzo...)
See the reality in Greece from THE ATLANTIC "Portraits of Greece In crisis" in the link below. Obviously it has nothing to do with the rhetorics of German media. Most German media are owned by funds, conglomerates and cartels speculating on the destruction of Greece for their own profit-making purposes and intents. What they are failing to mention is that if Greece goes down most EU countries are going along.