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Greece Needs More Time To Pay--Oh Oh

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Support grows for lengthening Greek debt payback
Paul Taylor and George Georgiopoulos, 12:14, Monday 31 January 2011
PARIS/ATHENS (Reuters) - Support is gaining ground in the euro zone for giving Greece more time to pay back its EU bailout to avoid default and ease the worst-indebted EU state's debt burden, although details still have to be pinned down.

What they are unwilling and unable to achieve in the ST will not chnage in the LT. Indebtedness is endemic and until the monster is broken it will continue to consume no matter how long you try to put off judgment day.

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Support grows for lengthening Greek debt payback
Paul Taylor and George Georgiopoulos, 12:14, Monday 31 January 2011
PARIS/ATHENS (Reuters) - Support is gaining ground in the euro zone for giving Greece more time to pay back its EU bailout to avoid default and ease the worst-indebted EU state's debt burden, although details still have to be pinned down.

What they are unwilling and unable to achieve in the ST will not chnage in the LT. Indebtedness is endemic and until the monster is broken it will continue to consume no matter how long you try to put off judgment day.

Yes, but another 30 years or whatever gives them more than enough time to be assimilated into Greater Deutscheland. A few euros and cents is probably the least significant part of what's going on.

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Yes, but another 30 years or whatever gives them more than enough time to be assimilated into Greater Deutscheland. A few euros and cents is probably the least significant part of what's going on.

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Change the date to 2014 and extend south.

Welcome to the Fatherland, Stavros :ph34r:

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Meanwhile the Euro continues to grow in strength. What a farce the whole world of finance has become...

It is not farcical it is corrupt. It has been so for many years. Only now people are waking up to it.

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http://uk.finance.yahoo.com/news/Support-grows-lengthening-reuters_molt-4090345358.html?x=0

Support grows for lengthening Greek debt payback
Paul Taylor and George Georgiopoulos, 12:14, Monday 31 January 2011
PARIS/ATHENS (Reuters) - Support is gaining ground in the euro zone for giving Greece more time to pay back its EU bailout to avoid default and ease the worst-indebted EU state's debt burden, although details still have to be pinned down.

What they are unwilling and unable to achieve in the ST will not chnage in the LT. Indebtedness is endemic and until the monster is broken it will continue to consume no matter how long you try to put off judgment day.

So in order to stave off default (definition: not paying your debts) they are allowing them to , er, not pay their debts. But only for a bit. Honest guv...

Would it not be better all round to get all this surely inevitable defaulting over with? The protracted bailing out of the bailouts is ridiculous.

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