Category Archives: Greece

Why is EU dumping refugees on “the non-member state” Serbia ?


The very desperate Serbian government, personified in the “tragicomic prime minister persona”, (who is acting more like the EU leaders’ obedient pet, instead as the leader of an independent nation) – which is hoping to gain EU membership, by yielding to every Brussels’ “blackmail”, even if that meant self-disintegration of the Serbian proper…

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RUSSIANS ARE COMING> Russian Navy getting access to Cyprus’ ports and possibly to Egypt- Panic in EU and NATO headquarters!?


Russian Federation just closed a military deal with Cyprus government, which provides “for hosting” of Russian Navy fleet in its ports… In same time, a relationship with Egyptian and Russian governments is getting “warmer” too…

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Greek People Turn Out to Refuse Merkel’s ‘Tough Path’


  Police try to disperse protesters during (Reuters/Grigoris Siamidis) Greek protesters came out in full force in the streets of Athens today as German Chancellor Angela Merkel came and went to discuss further “painful” budget cuts the country will now endure to win favor with EU bankers. Modest estimates put the number of anti-austerity, anti-Merkel protesters at 50,000, who marched

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European Union demands further cuts in Greece


By Christoph Dreier 5 October 2012 Last weekend, representatives of the troika—the European Central Bank (ECB), European Commission (EC) and the International Monetary Fund (IMF)—returned to Athens to discuss a third package of budget cuts with the Greek government. Officially, the troika has the task of preparing a report on Greece’s budgetary situation for the European Union (EU) and IMF

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Greece-Germany: who owes who? (1) London 1953: cancellation of the German debt


  1 October by Eric Toussaint Since 2010, in the stronger countries of the eurozone most political leaders supported by mainstream media have flaunted their so-called generosity towards the Greek people and other weaker countries in the eurozone that are currently in the limelight (Ireland, Portugal, Spain…). In this context, measures that further destroy the economy of recipient countries and

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