Germany TO BAILOUT "Grease" for the N...

Germany TO BAILOUT "Grease" for the NEXT 80 YEARS

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MONEYNEEDIS SULEYMANAKIS

Italy

#1 Jul 28, 2013
Germany Agrees to Bailout Grease Once a Year For the Next Eighty Years!!!!

There were cheers in Athens as the news filtered through today that German finance minister Wolfgang Schauble had agreed to a 20 billion euro payout per annum for Greece for the next eighty years.
"We realise they refuse to pay back the money they owe every time we ask so today I have committed the German taxpayers to bail out the Greeks on a yearly basis for the next eighty years. This way the Greeks can keep their way of life and carry on with not paying any taxation or servicing the debt they owe us. This is a required action unfortunately otherwise the EU and euro would be in trouble," Mr Schauble told German news crews at an impromptu news conference today.

As soon as the news came through about the jackpot deal, people took to the streets all over Greece cheering their German benefactors.
"This is a glorious day. It means I can keep my porsche boxter which I bought purely from the proceeds of EU subsidies. I have never paid an ounce of tax and I enjoy my 75,000 euro salary for cleaning park benches twice a week. I think I'll be off to the coast for another four month holiday to celebrate," Nikos Makalarios, 43, told local Greek news stations.
Another Greek said: "It's not enough. We want more."

http://www.dailysquib.co.uk/world/4173-german...
FYRoM TurkoSlavic Pleb

Scarborough, UK

#2 Jul 28, 2013
Anti-Hellenic, Anti-Western TurkoSlavic Pleb
MONEYNEEDIS SULEYMANAKIS

Italy

#3 Jul 28, 2013
Grease has had two political parties that govern the country, the conservatives and the socialists. Both parties operated in the same manner. Both tried to be elected by pleasing the voters and promising more than could be delivered. They would constantly borrow money in order for these promises to be made. Many people were appointed in government positions and in return received enormous salaries as well as the promise of pensions to start as early as age 50. The wealthy, who can afford to pay, do not pay any taxes. They also manage to take their money out of Grease in order not to pay taxes as well as to secure their money.

http://www.news-journalonline.com/article/201...
FYRoM Gemalovic Troll

Scarborough, UK

#4 Jul 28, 2013
Mazedonien ist Hellenic - ehemaligen jugoslawischen Republik Mazedonien ist ein Anti-Hellenic ... anti-wetsern durch Erweiterung.
GERMANAKIS FREECREDITIS

Italy

#5 Jul 29, 2013
Troika gives Grease most of the money requested to avoid default

Creditors will release 6.8 billion euros to Grease in its latest emergency loan tranche.

http://www.dw.de/troika-gives-greece-most-of-...
FYRoM Turkish Troll

Scarborough, UK

#6 Jul 29, 2013
TurkoSlavic Abdullovic Kemalovic Goranovic Troll
MtEverest

Halle, Germany

#8 Jul 31, 2013
FYRoM Gemalovic Troll wrote:
Mazedonien ist Hellenic - ehemaligen jugoslawischen Republik Mazedonien ist ein Anti-Hellenic ... anti-wetsern durch Erweiterung.
Nick der Schmarotzer Grieche, was willst du uns sagen?
Nick the Greek

Scarborough, UK

#9 Jul 31, 2013
MtEverest wrote:
<quoted text>
Nick der Schmarotzer Grieche, was willst du uns sagen?
Just another TurkoSlavic Troll pretending to be White and Hermannic!

Go Home Abdul!
MtEverest

Halle, Germany

#10 Jul 31, 2013
Nick the Greek wrote:
<quoted text>Just another TurkoSlavic Troll pretending to be White and Hermannic!
Go Home Abdul!
Mein Griechischer EU-Betrüger, du hast ja nichts von deiner "Eloquenz" verloren. Erkläre mir doch mal, was du in unserem Forum suchst? In England wirst du scheinbar auch nicht besonders geachtet, deshalb vertreibst du Sozialparasit dir wahrscheinlich deine Zeit bei Topix. Auch wenn es dir als Grieche doch recht schwer fällt, versuche es einfach mal mit ein wenig ehrlicher Arbeit! Glaube mir, es ist ein gutes Gefühl nicht auf Kosten anderer zu leben, und durch das Entrichten von Steuern Anteil am Geminwohl zu nehmen.
Nick the Greek

Scarborough, UK

#11 Jul 31, 2013
MtEverest wrote:
<quoted text>
Mein Griechischer EU-Betrüger, du hast ja nichts von deiner "Eloquenz" verloren. Erkläre mir doch mal, was du in unserem Forum suchst? In England wirst du scheinbar auch nicht besonders geachtet, deshalb vertreibst du Sozialparasit dir wahrscheinlich deine Zeit bei Topix. Auch wenn es dir als Grieche doch recht schwer fällt, versuche es einfach mal mit ein wenig ehrlicher Arbeit! Glaube mir, es ist ein gutes Gefühl nicht auf Kosten anderer zu leben, und durch das Entrichten von Steuern Anteil am Geminwohl zu nehmen.
Hermanized TurkoSlav!

It speak Herman. It write Herman. It pretend to be Hermannic!

FYRoM Turkish Troll - the smell gave you away!
DIAMANTOPULOS BEGGARIDIS

Rome, Italy

#13 Aug 2, 2013
Emir

Istanbul, Turkey

#14 Aug 2, 2013
Some Turks really are white Nick amd why the hate? Im turkish from hungarian descent and I personally love greece and the people and my home Konstantinoupolis was stolen from you guys and greece is rightful owner. I'm sorry that you dislike turks because of some muslim barbarian im Christian myself....
Nick the Greek

Scarborough, UK

#15 Aug 2, 2013
Emir wrote:
Some Turks really are white Nick amd why the hate? Im turkish from hungarian descent and I personally love greece and the people and my home Konstantinoupolis was stolen from you guys and greece is rightful owner. I'm sorry that you dislike turks because of some muslim barbarian im Christian myself....
Your nearly there Emir...just a few more security questions:

1 - Alexander the Great: Greek or South-Slav

2 - Macedonia is Hellenic Yes or No

3 - FYRoM is Numero Uno Trouble-Maker in Haemus Peninsula

4 - Macedonians have always been Greek-speaking Hellenic-peoples

Go for it!
DIAMANTOPULOS BEGGARIDIS

Rome, Italy

#16 Aug 2, 2013
“Recent developments in Greece confirm some of our worst fears,” said Paulo Nogueira Batista, the IMF board member for Brazil and ten other member countries, in a statement to the board.

“Implementation has been unsatisfactory in almost all areas; growth and debt sustainability assumptions continue to be over-optimistic,” he said. Mr. Batista abstained from the latest bailout decision.

http://blogs.wsj.com/economics/2013/07/31/gre...
FYRoM Turkish Troll

Scarborough, UK

#17 Aug 2, 2013
Trolling Stirring Agitating!
DIAMANTOPULOS BEGGARIDIS

Rome, Italy

#19 Aug 4, 2013
Arbeit macht frei
FYRoM Turkish Troll

Scarborough, UK

#20 Aug 4, 2013
Just being a Mehmeto-Goranic Abdullovic Troll
DIAMANTOPULOS BEGGARIDIS

Rome, Italy

#21 Aug 4, 2013
FYRoM Turkish Troll

Scarborough, UK

#22 Aug 4, 2013
Just being a TurkoSlavic Abdullovic Kemalovic Goranovic Troll
DIAMANTOPULOS BEGGARIDIS

Rome, Italy

#23 Aug 5, 2013
Grease still faces a €4.4 billion ($5.8 billion) funding gap next year, the IMF warns.

There is still 2015 to worry about. The IMF believes Greece will need another €5.6 billion of bailout financing...

http://www.economist.com/blogs/charlemagne/20...

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