Greece out of Europe lol!

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Since: Mar 07

Prishtina, Kosovo

#1 May 14, 2012
Greece Could Be Out Of The Eurozone As Early As This Summer

Greece could be close to a Eurozone exit, experts say -
As the tide turns in Europe and voters reject austerity, the possibility of a Greek Eurozone exit has taken real proportions once again. The rise of the Greek far-left, with Alexis Tsipras of the Syriza party now trying to build a government based on the rejection of Troika-imposed austerity and structural reform, has been the main catalyst.

An ECB board member, Fitch Ratings’ CEO, and the head of an important hedge fund have all publicly accepted a Greek exit as possible, while Citi reportedly raised its probability that the Hellenic Republic leaves the Eurozone by 2013 to 75%. The ball, it seems, is already rolling.

Greece Should Default, Leave The Euro And Reinstate The Drachma Agustino Fontevecchia Agustino Fontevecchia Forbes Staff

“Greece must [understand] that it agreed to a [bailout package],[and that there] is no alternative if it wants to remain a member of the Eurozone” said ECB board member Joerg Asmussen to German business daily Handelsblatt on Tuesday.

His comments were echoed by Fitch Ratings’ president and CEO, Paul Taylor, who said “a Greek exit does not mean the end of the euro,” as Germany has a “fundamental interest in preserving the common currency,” in an interview with Der Spiegel, picked up by ZeroHedge.

Both Asumussen and Taylor were indirectly responding to the man who is currently running the show in Greece, Alexis Tsipras. The head of a far-left coalition named Syriza, Tsipras came in second in Greece’s parliamentary elections, held on Sunday, with 16.8% of the vote (compared with 18.89% for Sunday’s winner, Antonis Samaras of the New Democracy party).

Tsipras has said that the people of Greece voted for him to repeal the bailout package, under which the country must engage in aggressive spending cuts, lay-off thousands of civil servants, and privatize many of its state-owned assets, among other things, in order to receive bailout money from the ECB, the European Commission, and the IMF (collectively known as the troika).

Interestingly, Tsipras also warned Eurozone leaders to stop “blackmailing” Greece with threats of a loss of EU membership.“This crisis isn’t just Greek, it’s European […], there will either be a collective, sustainable and fair European solution to the public debt issue or it will collectively fall apart,” he said, adding that the a Greek exit would destroy the euro.

While the common currency has been unexpectedly resilient in the face of the severe sovereign debt crisis in Europe, many fear further it should eventually fall. Nomura’s analysts note they expect the euro to trade between 1.26 to 1.28 versus the U.S. dollar over the short-term, confirming the definite break below 1.30 seen on Monday and repeated on Tuesday.

Fitch’s Taylor disagrees, though. The “fundamental interest” that Germany has in preserving the common currency is that it allows it to sell its goods at a lower price, he explained. Re-instituting the Deutsche mark would give Germany an even stronger currency, hurting the Bavarian nation’s “growth engine,” its export sector. Taylor suggests that a Greek, or any other Eurozone exit, would lead to a stronger euro, not weaker, as Tsipras warned.
Still, some believe a Greek exit is inevitable. Citi’s analysts said the risk of Greece leaving the Eurozone by the end of 2013 has risen to 75%, according to Bloomberg. Others, like economist Nouriel Roubini have also suggested that Greek should leave.

http://www.forbes.com/sites/afontevecchia/201...
ACDC

Athens, Greece

#2 May 14, 2012
prishtina wrote:
Greece Could Be Out Of The Eurozone As The rise of the Greek far-left, with Alexis Tsipras of the Syriza party now trying to build a government based on the rejection of Troika-imposed austerity and structural reform, has been the main catalyst.
An ECB board member, Fitch Ratings’ CEO, and the head of an important hedge fund have all publicly accepted a Greek exit as possible, while Citi reportedly raised its probability that the Hellenic Republic leaves the Eurozone by 2013 to 75%. The ball, it seems, is already rolling.
Greece Should Default, Leave The Euro And Reinstate The Drachma Agustino Fontevecchia Agustino Fontevecchia Forbes Staff
“Greece must [understand] that it agreed to a [bailout package],[and that there] is no alternative if it wants to remain a member of the Eurozone” said ECB board member Joerg Asmussen to German business daily Handelsblatt on Tuesday.
His comments were echoed by Fitch Ratings’ president and CEO, Paul Taylor, who said “a Greek exit does not mean the end of the euro,” as Germany has a “fundamental interest in preserving the common currency,” in an interview with Der Spiegel, picked up by ZeroHedge.
Both Asumussen and Taylor were indirectly responding to the man who is currently running the show in Greece, Alexis Tsipras. The head of a far-left coalition named Syriza, Tsipras came in second in Greece’s parliamentary elections, held on Sunday, with 16.8% of the vote (compared with 18.89% for Sunday’s winner, Antonis Samaras of the New Democracy party).
Tsipras has said that the people of Greece voted for him to repeal the bailout package, under which the country must engage in aggressive spending cuts, lay-off thousands of civil servants, and privatize many of its state-owned assets, among other things, in order to receive bailout money from the ECB, the European Commission, and the IMF (collectively known as the troika).
Interestingly, Tsipras also warned Eurozone leaders to stop “blackmailing” Greece with threats of a loss of EU membership.“This crisis isn’t just Greek, it’s European […], there will either be a collective, sustainable and fair European solution to the public debt issue or it will collectively fall apart,” he said, adding that the a Greek exit would destroy the euro.
While the common currency has been unexpectedly resilient in the face of the severe sovereign debt crisis in Europe, many fear further it should eventually fall. Nomura’s analysts note they expect the euro to trade between 1.26 to 1.28 versus the U.S. dollar over the short-term, confirming the definite break below 1.30 seen on Monday and repeated on Tuesday.
Fitch’s Taylor disagrees, though. The “fundamental interest” that Germany has in preserving the common currency is that it allows it to sell its goods at a lower price, he explained. Re-instituting the Deutsche mark would give Germany an even stronger currency, hurting the Bavarian nation’s “growth engine,” its export sector. Taylor suggests that a Greek, or any other Eurozone exit, would lead to a stronger euro, not weaker, as Tsipras warned.
Still, some believe a Greek exit is inevitable. Citi’s analysts said the risk of Greece leaving the Eurozone by the end of 2013 has risen to 75%, according to Bloomberg. Others, like economist Nouriel Roubini have also suggested that Greek should leave.
http://www.forbes.com/sites/afontevecchia/201...
Why do you care how to fix your own mess there or the Albanian state wich is the worst in all Europe!! Furthmore Greece has a huge geostrategic and financial value and it is not very easy to kick her out even if they wanted some members.If Greece get out of Eurozone and not EU ...MORRON, then EURO COIN will collapse. Germany was the only who gain from Euro. We damaged by Euro. So maybe that would not be so bad, espacially if that cost to Europeans and about 400 billions Euros!!!
ACDC

Athens, Greece

#3 May 14, 2012
Why do you care how to fix your own mess there or the Albanian state wich is the worst in all Europe!! Furthmore Greece has a huge geostrategic and financial value and it is not very easy to kick her out even if they wanted some members.If Greece get out of Eurozone and not EU ...MORRON, then EURO COIN will collapse. Germany was the only who gain from Euro. We damaged by Euro. So maybe that would not be so bad, espacially if that cost to Europeans and about 400 billions Euros!!!

Since: Mar 07

Prishtina, Kosovo

#4 May 14, 2012
This is not about Albania, It`s about bankrupted Greece. Read the text one more time, maybe you will understand it!

Since: May 12

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#5 May 14, 2012
prap ky mbaroi filmi ok ik qiu. boll lash nam

Since: May 12

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#6 May 14, 2012
prap ky? mbaroi filmi ok ik qiu boll lash nam
Xavier

Winnipeg, Canada

#8 May 14, 2012
Greece shud leave the German e.u zone .the old empeire shud come to her aid ,Italy ,Spain,France, Ireland,Portugal.why are they even paying the German's? they starved 300000. Greeks in 2ND ww.. the Germans haven't paid one 1cent for their terror and so shudn't my greek christain brothers..
ACDC

Athens, Greece

#9 May 14, 2012
prishtina wrote:
This is not about Albania, It`s about bankrupted Greece. Read the text one more time, maybe you will understand it!
And im sauing again why do you care about Greece when Kossovo and Albania are the most third wolrd countrys in Europe??? I could understand your pathetic post if you were a developt country.But you???:-))))) Ohhh come on fellows haha

Since: Mar 07

Prishtina, Kosovo

#10 May 15, 2012
ACDC wrote:
<quoted text>And im sauing again why do you care about Greece when Kossovo and Albania are the most third wolrd countrys in Europe??? I could understand your pathetic post if you were a developt country.But you???:-))))) Ohhh come on fellows haha
I don`t care about Grease, I posted the news about your country sinking...knowing you will be in Albanian forum first thing in the Morning.
ACDC

Athens, Greece

#11 May 15, 2012
prishtina wrote:
<quoted text>
I don`t care about Grease, I posted the news about your country sinking...knowing you will be in Albanian forum first thing in the Morning.
Ohhh you conserned about my information??? hahah . Well, i know better than you the news my Squipetar friend about our sinking!!! See you at the ...BOTTOM then as you were always were !!! hahaha

Since: Mar 07

Prishtina, Kosovo

#12 May 16, 2012
ACDC wrote:
<quoted text>Ohhh you conserned about my information??? hahah . Well, i know better than you the news my Squipetar friend about our sinking!!! See you at the ...BOTTOM then as you were always were !!! hahaha
Well seeing you are not informed about things...Do you know that Greek political parties failed to reach any agreement with each other. As a result Grease is going to another elections,spending some more public money.
ACDC

Athens, Greece

#13 May 16, 2012
prishtina wrote:
<quoted text>
Well seeing you are not informed about things...Do you know that Greek political parties failed to reach any agreement with each other. As a result Grease is going to another elections,spending some more public money.
Are you kidding me or are you really morron?? Dont you see the palce that im posting ??? Athens??? You know?? The Greek Capital??? Helloooooooo??? Planet Earth call March. Do you read me ..Over?????(My God how more stupid people could you be?)
log2341

Japan

#14 May 17, 2012
ACDC wrote:
<quoted text>Are you kidding me or are you really morron?? Dont you see the palce that im posting ??? Athens??? You know?? The Greek Capital??? Helloooooooo??? Planet Earth call March. Do you read me ..Over?????(My God how more stupid people could you be?)
what hellooo d..khead, you greeks are not human people, you`re nasty animals, no wonder why you ended up like this...!!!!
the germans are right..you`re lazy, fat f...ks, wake up around 12 then eat and sh1t all day long, how about you actually do some work ??
no more free money from others, you should pay all your debts not just half !
go back to work and leave the forum to others..you f..kin animal
ACDC

Athens, Greece

#15 May 17, 2012
log2341 wrote:
<quoted text>
what hellooo d..khead, you greeks are not human people, you`re nasty animals, no wonder why you ended up like this...!!!!
the germans are right..you`re lazy, fat f...ks, wake up around 12 then eat and sh1t all day long, how about you actually do some work ??
no more free money from others, you should pay all your debts not just half !
go back to work and leave the forum to others..you f..kin animal
We will rise again as always. You should worry about your third world citouation. You sholud worry about those who sent you to all over the world and make you prostitues, drag dealers and thifes. You should those tho the 1.000.000 of yours who survived from starvation because they enter elegally amd lived in Greece and sent their money back to albania. You should retutn to us all the black money that you gain in Greece and never payed taxes!!!And finally my frined you are in Jupan because you could stand in Albanian even a minute when im still in my coutnry!! You were the hungry annimals of thiefs and criminals who enter elegally to Greece not us!! So go do your SUMO lessons there and live your country feeding by Greece morron!!!
ACDC

Athens, Greece

#16 May 17, 2012
log2341 wrote:
<quoted text>
what hellooo d..khead, you greeks are not human people, you`re nasty animals, no wonder why you ended up like this...!!!!
the germans are right..you`re lazy, fat f...ks, wake up around 12 then eat and sh1t all day long, how about you actually do some work ??
no more free money from others, you should pay all your debts not just half !
go back to work and leave the forum to others..you f..kin animal
We will rise again as always. You should worry about your third world citouation. You should worry about those who sent you to all over the world and make you prostitues, drag dealers and thiefs. You should tell those to the 1.000.000 of yours who survived from starvation because they enter elegally and lived in Greece and sent their money back to albania. You should return to us all the black money that you gain in Greece and never payed taxes for that money or for the servises that you used, like roads, hospitals and schools !!!And finally my friend you are in Japan because you could not stand in Albania even a minute when im still in my coutnry!! You were the hungry annimals of thiefs and criminals who enter elegally to Greece not us!! So go do your SUMO lessons there and live your country feeding by Greece morron!!!

Since: Mar 07

Prishtina, Kosovo

#17 May 18, 2012
Drachma?
Tipi_

Brooklyn, NY

#22 May 20, 2012
I heard greeks started begging Hebrews to get back in good relationship with them but I guess they'll have to pay some price in order to stop the punishment greeks were planned to suffer!!!
I don't know if America will forgive greek's ungrateful reaction...
Thats what happen when you try to f with THE BEST!
ENJOY PEOPLE OF GREECE FOR BEING NAIVE AND FOLLOWING YOUR POLITICS AND RACIST-CHAUVINISM OF YOUR ORTHODOXY.

Lutherans will give chances and time, but if they decide "enough us enough" than you are F u ( k e d!

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