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Forum Post: Greek Leadership usurped by Central Banker

Posted 9 years ago on Nov. 10, 2011, 8:29 p.m. EST by riethc (1149)
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Central Bank leader succeeds Papandreo: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HL-ZScvG6BQ



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[-] 3 points by GypsyKing (8708) 9 years ago

This is a prime example of the power of those we oppose. We need numbers in this fight, not artifiial divisions imposed by the division trolls. I've seen practically every progressive constituancy slammed on this site at one time or another. This is falling for the most destructive tactic of our opponents. By the way lets all buy a lot of stuff from Greece Portgal, Spain, Italy and Ireland, and lear about what has been done in Iceland.

[-] 1 points by gnomunny (6819) from St Louis, MO 9 years ago

That's actually a pretty good idea. Buy from Europe. Stop buying from Asia.

[-] 1 points by GypsyKing (8708) 9 years ago

Damn right, and especially from the European countries robbed blind by The financial moguls!

[-] 1 points by riethc (1149) 9 years ago

Thank you for getting the point.

[-] 1 points by GypsyKing (8708) 9 years ago

Thanks for posting this very relevent issue.

[-] 1 points by LighthouseEye (3) 9 years ago



[-] 1 points by sudoname (1001) from Berkeley, CA 9 years ago

It angers me to see this. The washington post claimed greece was "calling in the experts". Oh yeah, they're experts because they can magically fix the economy by fiddling with a few numbers. They probably will fix greece, then break something else.

Hoping that OWS triggers an awareness of central bankers fast. The time is ripe. Just a complicated subject.

[-] 1 points by MattLHolck (16833) from San Diego, CA 9 years ago
[-] 1 points by MattLHolck (16833) from San Diego, CA 9 years ago

" Former European central banker Lucas Papademos, a well-respected technocrat with strong economic expertise has been chosen to succeed George Papandreos as prime minister of Greece.

Currently, the primary goal of Papademos' three short months in office prior to national elections, will be to pass the 180 billion dollar bail out package that brought down his predecessor's government. Then, Papademos must set a course for reform, including more austerity measures which have already proven unpopular with the Greek people. "


[-] 1 points by riethc (1149) 9 years ago

Stop spamming

[-] -2 points by happybanker (766) 9 years ago

When in doubt a banker will figure it out.