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POOPIS KAKDOPULOS

Skopje, Macedonia

#27 Nov 16, 2011
Nov. 15 (Bloomberg)-- Greek Prime Minister Lucas Papademos, charged with securing international financing to avert a collapse of the economy, said keeping the euro is the only way forward for the country.

http://www.businessweek.com/news/2011-11-16/g...
PEDERAKIS HELLASSOGLOU

Skopje, Macedonia

#29 Nov 17, 2011
UPDATE: Talk of ECB Funding IMF EU Bailouts Shot Down by Germany

http://online.wsj.com/article/BT-CO-20111117-...

Selfish Germans - they want all the Greex Bailout only for themselves!
PEDERAKIS HELLASSOGLOU

Skopje, Macedonia

#30 Nov 17, 2011
Beyond the IMF, future euro-zone bailouts are to be funded by the European Financial Stability Facility, the area's emergency fund, with a current capacity of EUR440 billion. But with around EUR250 billion planned to keep Greece, Portugal and Ireland above water, it likely won't have the firepower to afford an Italian bailout if that became necessary.

European leaders agreed last month to boost the EFSF's capacity to around € 1 trillion, in part by tapping China and Asian sovereign wealth funds for loans, but the RESPONSE WAS DISAPPOINTING.

http://online.wsj.com/article/BT-CO-20111117-...

SELFISH GERMAN TAXPAYERS WILL GET THE WHOLE GREEX BAILOUT JUST FOR THEM!!!
ZORBAS BEGGARIDIS

Skopje, Macedonia

#32 Nov 21, 2011
EU Van Rompuy: Euro Zone Ready To Continue To Support Greece

http://online.wsj.com/article/BT-CO-20111121-...
SIFILIDIS AFRICOPULOS

Skopje, Macedonia

#33 Nov 22, 2011
Conservative party leader Antonis Samaras insisted Monday that his verbal pledge to back the deal should suffice for Greece's European partners to release an euro8 billion loan installment,

"Some say that to unblock the (euro8 billion) installment we need to sign a joint statement with all the parties that support this new transitional government," Samaras told his New Democracy party lawmakers. "I said it before and I say it now: I will not sign such statements."

http://www.businessweek.com/ap/financialnews/...

DON'T YOU TRUST HIS GREEK WORD?

HE SWEARS IN THE NAME OF E.U. BAILOUT!!!
PAPAZOGLOU BLOWJOBAKIS

Skopje, Macedonia

#34 Nov 23, 2011
Where the Greex hide their savings

http://www.globalpost.com/dispatch/news/regio...
PAPAZORBAS KARAVOULGARIS

Skopje, Macedonia

#35 Nov 24, 2011
Greek conservative leader offers lukewarm support for fiscal targets

Antonis Samaras, leader of the conservative New Democracy party, had previously opposed the conditions attached to Greece's latest 130-billion-euro bailout.

BUTT:

Samaras has softened his rhetoric, saying in a letter to the EU and IMF that HE SUPPORTS Greece's fiscal targets

http://www.dw-world.de/dw/article/0,,15552044...

E VIVAAAAAAAA SAMARAS!!!

And Angela was woried that the Greex would refuse the € 8 billion...
ALWAYS VETO

Athens, Greece

#36 Nov 24, 2011
NOTHING CHANGES FOR FYROM
PAPAZOGLOU KARAJAFFERIS

Skopje, Macedonia

#37 Nov 27, 2011
Greece’s KaraJafferis(the Black-Jaffer) Supports Papademos on EU’s Bailout Plan

http://www.businessweek.com/news/2011-11-26/g...
POOPIS KAKAS

Skopje, Macedonia

#38 Nov 27, 2011
"When a country like the Netherlands talks about the prospect of a eurozone exit, from a Greek perspective we fear that, first, you are talking about us and, secondly, that this is an imminent threat.
To be quite honest, it has nothing to do with Greece because you are in the middle of a program. And when you -- as the Greek government decided -- apply and comply with this program, then that is exactly what the eurozone should do. On the one hand you help countries with problems, on the other they help themselves by sticking to the program. So it doesn’t refer to Greece. What I am saying is that what the example of Greece can teach you is that you are a democracy. Now suppose you have elections and there is a majority of people who just vote against this program. Then your democracy and our system do not have any mechanism to act according to these wishes. That creates a lot of instability, a lot of insecurity, and it undermines democracy. What I’m saying is if we take into account that we are all democracies, and that if you are undermining the stability of the whole system and that if you are doing so by democratic decision, then there should be a possibility to say:“Listen, this is how we look at this matter now, and we don’t have any solution for that now.” But I can only underline that it is not aimed at Greece whatsoever. I am only saying that there is no such mechanism now, there is only one choice, and it would be good to know that we have a mechanism in place by which a country that decides to go its own way does not destabilize the whole system."

http://www.ekathimerini.com/4dcgi/_w_articles...
ELLHNAS GAMIAS

Athens, Greece

#40 Nov 28, 2011
"Historiacally,the term Macedonia ia a Greek word,refers to the kingdom and culture of the ancient Macedonians,who belongs to the Hellenic nation and are unquestionably part of Greek historical and cultural heritage".

HELLENIC REPUBLIC
Ministry of Foreign Affairs
PAPAPOOPIS ZINGARAKIS

Skopje, Macedonia

#41 Dec 6, 2011
GRUEFSKI THE LOOSER

Greece

#42 Dec 6, 2011
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Merci Paris!
SULEYMANIS AFRICOPULOS

Skopje, Macedonia

#43 Dec 7, 2011
Dec. 7 (Bloomberg)-- Greek Prime Minister Lucas Papademos received parliamentary approval for the 2012 budget

WHO SAID ITS TOO LATE?
Macedonia is part of GR

Greece

#44 Dec 7, 2011
SULEYMANIS AFRICOPULOS wrote:
Dec. 7 (Bloomberg)-- Greek Prime Minister Lucas Papademos received parliamentary approval for the 2012 budget
WHO SAID ITS TOO LATE?
CHANGE NAME THE ONLY WAY
POOPIS KAKASS

Skopje, Macedonia

#45 Jan 27, 2012
There are more Porsche Cayennes registered in Greece than taxpayers declaring an income of 50000 euros (£43800) or more, according to research by Professor Herakles Polemarchakis, former head of the Greek prime minister's economic department.
SIFILIDIS HELLASSOGLOU

Skopje, Macedonia

#46 Jan 28, 2012
There are more Porsche Cayennes registered in Greece than taxpayers declaring an income of 50000 euros (£43800) or more, according to research by Professor Herakles Polemarchakis, former head of the Greek prime minister's economic department.

“IRONEA 338 B.C.E. ”

Since: Mar 10

+ Solun, Occupied Macedonia +

#47 Jul 29, 2012
There are more Porsche Cayennes registered in Greece than taxpayers declaring an income of 50000 euros (£43800) or more, according to research by Professor Herakles Polemarchakis, former head of the Greek prime minister's economic department.

AMAZING!!!

“IRONEA 338 B.C.E. ”

Since: Mar 10

+ Solun, Occupied Macedonia +

#48 Jul 30, 2012
With an estimated two million vehicles in the city, Athens has the European Union’s highest per capita car ownership, Mr. Akritidis said, with 450 cars registered for every 1,000 residents.

http://www.nytimes.com/2007/11/09/world/europ...

“IRONEA 338 B.C.E. ”

Since: Mar 10

+ Solun, Occupied Macedonia +

#49 Feb 20, 2013
Bad Times in "Grease": Only One Ferrari Sold

http://greece.greekreporter.com/2013/02/20/ba...

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