The Curse Of The “Irreversible” Euro

Young educated Greeks face a wall of unemployment. With little chance of finding a job in their field, they’re competing for any kind of job. Wages have plummeted. The economy has shriveled by 19.4% since 2007. Promises that education would open doors to a better future have evaporated. And Germans march around, telling Greeks how to run their country. Because the euro has become a religious dictum.

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8 comments on “The Curse Of The “Irreversible” Euro
  1. Bonn says:

    Wipe out the Debt put in Research & Development Loss
    Start From Scratch
    Doh !!!!!!!!

  2. Al Kyder says:

    Eurogeddon anyone >?

  3. Gregers Werle says:

    http://euobserver.com/defence/118226
    No UK? That’s curious… maybe Wolfie can ‘splain?

  4. adonisdemilo says:

    According to Germany’s deputy labour minister 1000 Germans can do the work of 3000 Greeks.
    He didn’t qualify that really stupid statement, especially considering where he was at the time, by adding that the said Germans are paid three times more than said Greeks and probably more than that.

  5. BankingThiefs says:

    GO WATCH THIS VIDEO NOW!

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kXpwAOHJsxg

    Peter Schiff walks the street and interviews people about their diplomas/degrees and what their job are now! Skills shortage my ass, it’s a jobs shortage.

  6. Marco says:

    Here in PORTUGAL the violence was generated by police “workers” with masks, not by the people! It’s all a lie.

  7. SAO says:

    @Marco
    Thanks for the update. I believe it. It is happening all over the world just like that. Police “workers” = mercenaries = corporate thugs.

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