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So Much For Greece’s Anti-Bankster ‘Icelandic’ Moment: Greece Caves, Promises Austerity “Measures”

Ed. Note: Well that was a short-lived “revolution”. Here comes the pension raids and bail-ins for the criminal banks.

from Zero Hedge:

Greece formally requested a three-year bailout from the eurozone’s rescue fund Wednesday and pledged to start implementing some of the overhauls demanded by creditors by early next week. Crucially for Greece’s creditors, the letter says the government would start implementing some measures, including on taxation and pensions, by the beginning of next week, though it doesn’t go into details. The letter is a first step toward fulfilling a demand by international creditors, who have given Athens until Sunday to come up with tougher measures they would impose in return for desperately needed financing that could keep the country from bankruptcy and even worse economic turmoil. 

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5 comments to So Much For Greece’s Anti-Bankster ‘Icelandic’ Moment: Greece Caves, Promises Austerity “Measures”

  • dan

    SHORTLY THIS GOVERNMENT IN GREECE WILL BE REMOVED….THE UGLY WAY AS IT HAS LIED TO ITS CITIZENS…AS ALL WILL SOON SEE….THE BANKSTERS WIN AGAIN…COMING SOON TO ….YOU…..imho

  • wauhoo

    Yanis bailed as he hopes to live a long life. Kennedy bucked the “system” and paid with his life. Simple as that. Syriza should go into exile under Russian protection, keep their word to their people and go Iceland 2.0.

    • Strider

      I think that he left because he realized that his principles had been abandoned by his so-called “government” when they agreed to the banker’s demands to exclude him from the negotiations…

  • Jeff

    Greece will go up in smoke if this asshole goes against the will of the people he governs.

  • Strider

    The borrower shall be the servant of the lender… SOS, pols make promises and then sell out the electorate. (clue: they do work for the people) Will Rogers: “If most of the promises that politicians make came true then there would be no need to go to heaven.”

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