posted on Oct, 8 2012 @ 10:53 AM
Antonis Samaras says Greece's democracy is in danger, comparing situation to Germany's pre-war Weimar Republic
Greece is teetering on the edge of collapse with its society at risk of disintegrating unless the country's near-empty public coffers are
shored up with urgent financial aid, the country's prime minister has warned.
Almost three years after the eruption of Europe's debt drama in Athens, the economic crisis engulfing the nation has become so severe that democracy
itself is now imperiled, Antonis Samaras said.
"Greek democracy stands before what is perhaps its greatest challenge," Samaras told the German business daily Handelsblatt in an interview
published hours before the announcement in Berlin that Angela Merkel will fly to Athens next week for the first time since the outbreak of the
I have been talking to people who live in Greece, and people who know people in Greece and the situation is dire....hospitals are running out of
supplies, people living on the streets......but what can be done? Greece financially is bankrupt, the loans that are being offered to Greece will
never be re-payed.
But one should look towards Angela Merkel's visit in upcoming weeks, from what I am hearing, she is becoming the symbol of the cause of their misery.
(well, that can be placed on big banks and government for selling them the lie you can have it all free of cost) All I can say is their security
better be damned good.
With the continued riots in Spain, the continuing global economic crisis (I don't buy into the Romney /. Obama rhetoric that things are getting
better, they know how to get us out of this mess) and the current cyberterrorist threat (false flag?) against several banks I wonder how long we have
before this really blows up in our faces.
and sorry for being all over the place, just some thoughts going through my head)