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Old 22.06.2016, 23:55
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Re: The Brexit referendum thread: potential consequences for GB, EU and the Brits in

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Umm that would be the World Bank and the IMF, the other member states, specifically the richer ones like Germany are insisting on the Austerity measures to be taken by Greece as they want to be paid back on their loans and don't want to contribute to further bailouts, but you are talking about financial mismanagement of individual countries not the whole of the EU, which incidentally were lied too by the then corrupt government of Greece. But who's responsible in the end for the misdeeds of sovereign states? Greece would be down the pan anyway, Ireland is in a similar boat, but it's not the EU it's the fault of the banks, the politicians and the tax avoidance of big business throughout the world!

I totally agree though, it's not fair to the people of Greece, but then the people must decide who is accountable and try to ascertain where that money went!
don't forget that the EU was very eager to get the Greek in the euro and these lies were well known.
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