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Saturday, December 10, 2011

Military Dictators Made The Greece A Market Of Rotten Eggs

Greek politics exactly resembles Pakistani politics at present. Bribery, corruption, unfair and illegal employment are the characteristics of today's Greece like Pakistan. There is no accountability, as those responsible for accountability are themselves corrupt. Tax evaders are so bold that every year Euro 22 billion are digested. Pocket unions are looting billions of Euros in the name of laborers in the form of incentives for them. These pocket unions have compelled several departments to fix the age of superannuation to 50 years so treasury has been burdened due to payments of pensions. So all the country had been running on loans . Now,the dead line for payments of loans is near and loan itself has increased so much that Athens has neither time nor money to pay the loans.
No evil is uncontrollable but, the credibility of Greece has left it along with the Euro. Europe still wants its betterment and is playing a role of pillar for its collapsing roof and wall. But, Europe itself does not understand which way its falling wall will go inside or outside. The foolish leadership of Greece even does not know what to do.If it saves its public from heavy taxes on the advise of Eurozone, it may still remain a member of EU but it will have to quit Eurozone disgracefully.If it happens then Greece will be the "rejected guest" of the world. As far as credibility is concerned it can not maintain it as what to speak of single Euro Greece has no penny even in its treasury.

1 comment:

Raimo said...

I am from Finland. I've read many historical events from old sources only, never heard these things from school or lectures of university:

In Lohja and Espoo near Helsinki, the Swedes fenced off the school building with barbed wire, in order to ban children the access to a school.

Censorship in the mainstream media makes Sweden, Finland and Norway dictatorships, ruled by the political and economic elite.

Corrupt countries of Scandinavia:
In Finland, Sweden and Norway the political and economic elite controls the media. No one can criticize the elite in the mainstream media. If a state or municipal employee criticizes leading politicians, will he or she lose his or her job.

In Finland, Norway and Sweden nobody can have a public post without being a member of a certain political party. In Finland all high-ranking officials, who earn 5000 euros a month or more, are members of political parties.

Here are Norwegian tv anchors: