Tuesday, November 1, 2011

Germany Upset after Greek Referendum Call

The good people of Germany remain unaware that their government is merely bailing out their own insanely over-leveraged banks.

Fury in Germany after Greek referendum call
"You can't help thinking that they should be grateful as Europe is trying to help," said Konstanze Pilge, a 26-year old student, walking near the Brandenburg Gate in central Berlin. "Now it looks like they are going to mess things up."
"It just goes to show once again what a huge mistake it was not to throw Greece out of the euro zone at the start," said Wolfgang Gerke, a banking professor and president of the Bavarian Financial Centre think tank.

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