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I dont see Greece competing much with German products, are making Audi more expensive will help the Greek auto industry??

Paying German Audi workers more will allow them to buy more olive oil.

The solution to this crisis is to give Germans more money so they can import more.

What do you say to Dexia's "banksters", as many bank Dexia as lended to Greece. I guess all these banks will be soon only shadow of themselves (retail part only) if Greece default, and there will not be anyone left in Europe to invest in wind energy.

Ah, finally, a clear admission that this entire manufactured crisis is about camouflaging a bailout of German, French and British (in roughly that order) banks.

Thank you so very much for admitting that. Can we please stop pretending that it's about Greece now?

If you want to bail out Dexia because Dexia does business you like, then bail out Dexia. Don't invent an elaborate Ponzi scam that involves reducing Greek wages to Egyptian levels and appointing colonial viceroys to formerly sovereign European countries.

- Jake

Friends come and go. Enemies accumulate.

by JakeS (JangoSierra 'at' gmail 'dot' com) on Sat Feb 18th, 2012 at 11:39:45 AM EST
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