The Never-Never land Born Out of DEBT: "Greece"

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Skopje, Macedonia

#2 Jan 30, 2014
A Baklava Republic: "Grease" Regressing From EU Into Recklessness Of Turkey And Beyond

Fake "Grease", a country which a year ago seemed centuries ahead of the Arab Spring is now regressing so quickly into the most hideous practices of Baklava Republics that any kind of spring for them seems light years away.

The fake "Greex" have exasperated their supporters and all but exhausted even the EU, the stakeholder with maybe the most to lose from their demise.
They have displayed such primitive responses to difficulties that NO ONE in the global community really wants to deal with them anymore.

Swooning now east to circle around the Mediterranean tragically re-identifying herself with cousins from ancient civilizations that have made minimal progress in their development; Turkey, Iran, Iraq, Syria, Lebanon, Israel, Palestine, Jordan, Egypt, and even Libya.

These are the Baklava Republics, a continuum of countries related by variations on one pastry, characterized by a pathetic lack of process skills, rule of law as it serves individual agendas, leaders incapable and disinterested in self-regulation, and proud of their willingness to destroy any and everything in the name of defending their dignity.

A string of countries differentiating themselves from the rest of world with a combination of primary commitment to face-saving, a need to create drama, and a defiance of reality so insanely illogical and destructive that people world-wide see them as NUTS.
Macedonians is Greek


#3 Jan 30, 2014
Who said that,the poor Skopians?

Skopje, Macedonia

#4 Jan 30, 2014
Grease, the country most afflicted by the collapse, prosecutors say that investigations begun over the past year or so are finally coming to fruition.

In the past couple of weeks alone, prosecutors have reeled in several prominent businessmen, including Dimitridis Kontominakis, the owner of a television station and an insurance company, as well as Angelopulos Filippidinidis, the former chief executive of Hellenic Postbank, and several of his colleagues, over a loan scandal deemed to have cost the former bank some $678 million...

Meanwhile, a former conservative minister, Michalidiss Liapidis (Albanian, Aliti Liapi), is being investigated amid reports that he used EU subsidies to renovate his holiday home.

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