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Greece Puts Figure of €279bn On Claim For German Reparations


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I've been following the Greece situation for a few years now. And the very the second this forum picks it up all intelligibility goes out the window. All of you:

Cp doing his best Nial and Thun impression I see. Come in, say everyone is wrong, they know more, then leave.

Greece trying it "Fam i swear you still owe me for that time"

To people saying African Americans should be given compensation..how would this work? Who would the money go to exactly?

favorable business loans/tax breaks would suffice

Again, to who exactly?

Wealthy black Americans should be given tax breaks? Or should they be limited to certain demographics?

How do people prove that they are descendants of slaves? Not every black person in America is the descendant of slaves. What about mixed race people who have partial slave ancestry?

It's a mess

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To people saying African Americans should be given compensation..how would this work? Who would the money go to exactly?

unlike the black diaspora in

 

"A dance with the devil might last you forever"

Greece in talks with Putin

Boy

putin is not the devil... the west is the devil.  hes a deamon who has rebelled against the devil who took him for a Yeltsin puppet so it cant be that much better, 

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Good on the Greeks

Getting out the EU is the best thing they can do and hope others follow

Why should they be told by Germany and others what to do, crazy when you think how some next country is telling you how to run things and making your laws, it's got to end

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An IMF document says even if they went along with the Austerity measures the EU put on them and had a best case scenario outcome of their economy growing by 4% a year or something like that they would still be in unsustainable debt come 2030.

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An IMF document says even if they went along with the Austerity measures the EU put on them and had a best case scenario outcome of their economy growing by 4% a year or something like that they would still be in unsustainable debt come 2030.

 

It's madness.

 

A whole generation wiped out because of this. Default is best.

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An IMF document says even if they went along with the Austerity measures the EU put on them and had a best case scenario outcome of their economy growing by 4% a year or something like that they would still be in unsustainable debt come 2030.

 

It's madness.

 

A whole generation wiped out because of this. Default is best.

 

 

The biggest fuckery in this whole affair, surprised the country aint on fire.

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