Tuesday, April 7, 2015

Germany's Economic Minister Says He Doesn't Know How to Help Greece.

He is right, Greece needs  to get its own act together, which is unlikely with the radical left group currently in charge.

Greek economic minister Sigmar Gabriel was being diplomatic in a speech when he said, "This country (....) is ready to help (Greece) get back on its feet - moreover in my firm opinion in the euro and not outside the euro,"

But he added, "How one can do that, does still not appear to me to be very clear," he said.

The bankster squeeze is on. Greece needs to tell them all to go to hell. That won't happen and the Greek people will be squeezed even more.


1 comment:

  1. Are there actually still any nongovernment employed workers in Greece?