Sunday, May 8, 2011

One in Three Greeks Would Rather Have Bankruptcy Than EU-IMF Rescue

In a new poll, 33.3 percent of respondents want the Greek government to abandon a rescue memorandum it signed last year "because it leads nowhere, even if this means bankruptcy."

And another 45.9 percent of 1,000 households contacted nationwide said Greece should renegotiate the terms of its loan rescue.

If Greeks go the sane bankruptcy route and let the banksters deal with the losses directly, can the other PIIGS be far behind?

1 comment:

  1. Was in Greece for a month last summer and talked to many folks about the economy. Most of the Greeks wanted to get the hell out of the euro and stick it to the bankers.