May 19, 2010

Let's gut Greece

The Greek Prime Minister is threatening legal action against US banks

Greece is considering taking legal action against U.S. investment banks that might have contributed to the country’s debt crisis, Prime Minister George Papandreou said.

“I wouldn’t rule out that this may be a recourse,” Papandreou said, in response to questions about the role of U.S. banks in the crisis, in an interview on CNN’s “Fareed Zakaria GPS.” The program, scheduled for broadcast today, was taped on May 13. Neither Papandreou nor Zakaria mentioned any banks by name.

U.S. stocks fell and the euro slumped on concern that Europe wouldn’t be able to contain the debt crisis stemming from Greece. The Standard & Poor’s 500 Index declined 1.9 percent May 14, while the euro fell below $1.24 for the first time since November 2008.

Papandreou said the decision on whether to go after U.S. banks will be made after a Greek parliamentary investigation into the cause of the crisis.

“Greece will look into the past and see how things went,” Papandreou said. “There are similar investigations going on in other countries and in the United States. This is where I think, yes, the financial sector, I hear the words fraud and lack of transparency. So yes, yes, there is great responsibility here.”

Oh, fuckall you piece of fucking shit. I HOPE OUR MOTHERFUCKING BANKS CONTRIBUTED TO A RUN ON YOUR SHITTY LITTLE COUNTRY. Why? These morons set their retirement age at 55 and don't pay their taxes. What did they think was going to happen? Oh, and they cooked the books to qualify to join the EMU. So, yeah, I think the Germans should be allowed to shit all over them.

You're going to 'look into the past'? Try a mirror, asshat.

And, once again, I'd just like to point out that if the demands of the teabaggers are just like the average Greek... early retirement and someone else to pay for it. Teabaggers, the ultimate socialists.


Posted by mcblogger at May 19, 2010 10:45 AM

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