Greek radical left seeks vote to canc...

Greek radical left seeks vote to cancel bailout

There are 7 comments on the The Papillion Times story from Jun 1, 2012, titled Greek radical left seeks vote to cancel bailout. In it, The Papillion Times reports that:

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John

Toronto, Canada

#1 Jun 2, 2012
If Mr. Alexis Tsipras win this election, Greece will be in dead end!

Since: Jan 11

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#2 Jun 6, 2012
Pay your debt. Not too is criminal.
Wilhem Klein

Cambridge, Canada

#3 Jun 8, 2012
A good reform of the financial system in Greece
will contribute tremendously to solve Greece problems.
Who has the courage to do it.

Be patient, the program of austerity is to be revised every 3 momnths. Do not panick and choose
the party that will keep you in the Euro.

Wake up Greeks, you are a great nation.
Just go back to be yourselves, meaning be real
Greek and surprise the world with your achievement.

I love Greece, the land and the people
Troublemaker

Henstedt-ulzburg, Germany

#4 Jun 8, 2012
Wilhem Klein wrote:
A good reform of the financial system in Greece
will contribute tremendously to solve Greece problems.
Who has the courage to do it.
Be patient, the program of austerity is to be revised every 3 momnths. Do not panick and choose
the party that will keep you in the Euro.
Wake up Greeks, you are a great nation.
Just go back to be yourselves, meaning be real
Greek and surprise the world with your achievement.
I love Greece, the land and the people
Please leave Germany and move to Greece!
Vote Syriza

United States

#5 Jun 12, 2012
Athens, the German austerity bailout plan is designed to destroy you. Use your vote leverage to renegotiate it for growth. Its your last hope!
tarmo

Tallinn, Estonia

#6 Jun 16, 2012
Vote Syriza wrote:
Athens, the German austerity bailout plan is designed to destroy you. Use your vote leverage to renegotiate it for growth. Its your last hope!
There will be no renegotiation with Syriza. And I like it, because then Greece is forced to stop and restart its failed state.
Trajce

Sydney, Australia

#7 Jun 17, 2012
No mater what happens Greece is lost!

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