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Nick the Greek

Birmingham, UK

#48 Sep 16, 2012
34,757 YugoMonkey Chants and Counting!

Envious - Spiteful little YugoMonkey!

“IRONEA 338 B.C.E. ”

Since: Mar 10

+ Solun, Occupied Macedonia +

#49 Sep 17, 2012
34.777:

"I vividly remember reading commentary in the late 1990s of well-known economists saying there's no way Greece should ever be part of the EU because they have a kleptocracy, basically a government of THIEVES.
That little bailout that kept Greece will not solve their problem. In other words, we're at the very beginning of these problems. They haven't gone away."

Porter Stansberry from Stansberry & Associates Investment Research
http://www.theenergyreport.com/pub/na/7474

Since: Sep 09

ISTANBUL

#50 Sep 18, 2012
Even Hellenism has been manufactured after 1800s..
Like everything Greek Hellenism is a lie too.

A stage in the history of the eastern Mediterranean that lasted from the campaigns of Alexander the Great Macedonian (not Greek)(334–323 B.C.) to the Roman conquest of the region, which was completed in 30 B.C. with the fall of Egypt.

The concept of the Hellenistic age was introduced into historiography in the 1830’s by the German historian J. G. Droysen, who proposed the term Hellenismus.

Historians of various schools have interpreted the period in different ways.

Many scholars have placed in the foreground the reciprocal influence of Greek and local—primarily eastern—cultures; in some cases the chronological limits of the Hellenistic age have been extended to the beginning of the Middle Ages.

Other historians have focused on the interaction of sociopolitical structures, stressed the preponderant role of the Greco-Macedonians, or analyzed—anachronisticaly—econ omic relations.

Soviet historians, notably S. I. Kovalev, A. B. Ranovich, and K. K. Zel’in, have interpreted the Hellenistic age as a specific historical stage in the history of the eastern Mediterranean that is characterized by the reciprocal influence of Greek and local elements in socioeconomic relations, political organization, and cultural development from the end of the fourth century B.C. to the first century B.C.

Like everything Greek even Hellenism is fabricated tale after 1800s..hehehehe
Pasha Ali Dogduburum

UK

#51 Sep 18, 2012
greex been fabricated from times of first sultans is it Jalaladdin bro

“Makedonia is in Greece ”

Since: Jan 12

Macedonia is in Greece

#52 Sep 18, 2012
TURKS out of EU



get on the Orient express and go live in your fairyland for the ignorant

LOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOL

“IRONEA 338 B.C.E. ”

Since: Mar 10

+ Solun, Occupied Macedonia +

#54 Oct 2, 2012
ATHENS: Greek officials on Tuesday managed to locate a mystery list of Swiss account holders

A judicial source said the list reportedly containing the details of some 2,000 Greek account holders was finally delivered to a special prosecutor by Stelios Stasinopoulos, the head of Greece's economic crimes unit SDOE.

http://economictimes.indiatimes.com/news/inte...

“IRONEA 338 B.C.E. ”

Since: Mar 10

+ Solun, Occupied Macedonia +

#55 Oct 12, 2012
The Blind Cab Driver and Bird Hunter

Greek authorities are investigating implausibly high disability claims for blindness on the island of Zakynthos--including a taxi driver and a bird hunter. WSJ's James Angelos reports on a story of corruption in the face of economic austerity.

http://live.wsj.com/video/the-blind-cab-drive...
Kemal Batmencik Urum

UK

#56 Oct 12, 2012
greex been geys times of first vizier bin whallers, is it Jamali bro!
LOL

Istanbul, Turkey

#57 Oct 14, 2012
FYROMSKI wrote:
TURKS out of EU
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v =ThQ61K04SboXX
get on the Orient express and go live in your fairyland for the ignorant
LOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOL
His fury is so hilllarious :)
Actually that turkish ambassador has been AWARDED by the Turkish authorities for putting him in his place and been appointed as the Paris ambassador of Turkey, if i remember correctly..

HAHHAHHAHAA !!

I dont know what that is if not showing the finger to EU.
LOL

Istanbul, Turkey

#58 Oct 14, 2012
Fact is Turks do not need debth ridden, sinking EU anymore.
Turkey have such a high growth rate that Europeans can only dream of.

No wonder Turks cut off all relations with teh current Cypriot presidency of EU :)

“IRONEA 338 B.C.E. ”

Since: Mar 10

+ Solun, Occupied Macedonia +

#60 Oct 14, 2012
"I vividly remember reading commentary in the late 1990s of well-known economists saying there's no way Greece should ever be part of the EU because they have a kleptocracy, basically a government of THIEVES.
That little bailout that kept Greece will not solve their problem. In other words, we're at the very beginning of these problems. They haven't gone away."

Porter Stansberry from Stansberry & Associates Investment Research
http://www.theenergyreport.com/pub/na/7474

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