by J. D. Heyes, Natural News:
Some last-minute deal-making to ensure that Greece’s bailout debt is fully repaid is not likely to sit well with the Greek electorate.
A week ago, voters in Greece overwhelmingly rejected a deal, rebuffing European leaders who were demanding new austerity measures and a piece of Greece’s soul.
In the end, it looks as though that’s what EU creditors are going to get anyway.
As reported by Zero Hedge, a new deal negotiated by the Greek government of Alexis Tsipras will only further enrage Greeks who were already decrying the loss of the country’s sovereignty to creditors who are simply trying to get their money back.
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