Saturday, March 20, 2010

They can’t both be right

Germany and France split over solution to Greek financial crisis

The split between Europe’s leaders over aid to Greece widened yesterday as Germany softened its opposition to a bailout by the International Monetary Fund and France insisted on a European solution to the crisis.

Posted by devo @ 11:14 PM (2743 views)
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6 thoughts on “They can’t both be right

  • Get Greece out of the euro ASAP as I need a warm, cheap dump for my holidays without having to go as far as Turkey or Egypt.

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  • 1. enuii said… I need a warm, cheap dump for my holidays

    but don’t put your arsewipe down the pan

    use the adjacent receptacle provided

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  • dream on, my grecian friends…

    respect to prieur du plessis

    aka basil fawlty

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  • Zim dollars? Newspaper? And all we get is wet grass and leaves! No Way José.

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  • mark wadsworth says:

    They can’t both be right, but it is quite possible that they are both wrong.

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  • Remember the genesis of the EU – or EEC as it was once called..

    The French got in to screw the Germans
    The Germans got in to absolve themselves from genocide
    The Italians got in because they knew they couldn’t run their own country
    The small countries got in to screw the big countries
    The poor countries got in to screw the rich countries
    – and Britain never did have a good reason for going in, and has lost out ever since……

    Now the French are playing an old game..

    They are making a big fuss about being Greece’s best mate..

    ..but they want the Germans to foot the bill..

    – Are the Germans stupid enough to fall for that…?

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