#8417717, By Red-Moose This is starting to get a little scary

  • Red-Moose 13 Feb 2012 10:52:47 5,344 posts
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    greece's current government has no democratic mandate from the citizens. they were appointed without election.

    greece's previous government was unduly influenced by Goldman Sachs which prevented the reality of greece's debts from coming out because it would have flaffected their own ability to continue profiting from the black hole ccounting that *they Goldman Sachs* created.

    when was the current greek government voted in? never
    the current charade is to attempt to extract as much wealth from the people as possible to keep the interest payments flowing. the decision to not default is one taken by a government with no democratic backing, and whos actions clearly maintain debt payments for what? who benefits?
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