Thursday, April 29, 2010

Greece is the Word

Greece is the Word

A debt crisis in Southern Europe threatens to spread financial contagion and harm economic recovery. A bailout is difficult but essential

Posted by sold 2 rent 1 @ 01:53 PM (1966 views)
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15 thoughts on “Greece is the Word

  • sold 2 rent 1 says:

    OK guys, if you liked the “Gordon is a Moron” resonance then you will love this.

    Just how many references have we seen over the last few days to Greece the film/song?

    Well you ain’t going to believe this. The film “Greece” released on June 16, 1978 maps absolutely bang on the money with 26/27 April 1978, the time when S&P downgraded their debt to junk status.

    Another resonance to summer/autumn 1978

    The “Winter of Discontent” is scheduled for 7-14 May. Expect world markets to be in turmoil.

    The solution to the Greek problem will be more debt created on top of old debt. No one is going bust here. Once markets bottom in the second week of May expect gold to go mental to $2,200.

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  • sold 2 rent 1 says:

    Greece is the Word

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  • And the release of the single from the Grease Soundtrack, There are worse things I could do, maps exactly to yesterday – spooky really!

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  • happy mondays says:

    jammin by Bob Marley was released & All mod cons by The Jam with Down in the tube station at midnight..A great year for music, Ska Punk & Reggae..

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  • To quote George W Bush: “If money isn’t loosened up, this sucker is going to go down.”

    Sadly I think it is going down anyway, the only two questions left to answer are:-

    1. When?
    2. What else is going with it?

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  • mrflibble

    1. When? A) Very soon
    2. What else is going with it? A) Everything – best get the allotment going

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  • Oh crumbs. Actually that allotment idea sounds good as when the new ‘leaf’ currency is introduced we’ll be able to grow our own money. Kind of like owning a house in the noughties.

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  • “Just how many references have we seen over the last few days”
    — C’mon, “days”, you know you’re cheating there.

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  • paranoia blue says:

    @4
    The Last Waltz!?
    Are euro dancin’? Are euro askin’?

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  • theboltonfury says:

    The film Greece maps perfectly???
    Has this forum turned into an asylum in the past 2 years? He’s being serious yet none of you are pulling him up on this absolute manic behaviour. It’s not a new or interesting angle, it’s the ramblings of a lunatic.

    If I had a Euro for every time S2R1 gives a date that transpires to have zero significance to anything, nevermind significance to what he’s predicting, I’d be able bail out Greece myself.

    Give me strength!

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  • sold 2 rent 1 says:

    jack c,

    “1. When? A) Very soon”
    “2. What else is going with it? A) Everything – best get the allotment going”

    Now, now. Don’t be hasty.
    These are not the “End Times” but the resonance of the “End Times”
    You underestimate just how much more debt can be loaded into the system.

    We still have the ultimate bailout to come – probably this autumn – when The East bails out The West.

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  • theboltonfury – good to see you back on board – you still seem a wee bit sceptical of S2R1’s prophecies

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  • Theboltonfury says:

    Jack, they are not prophecies as they never ever even come close to being true. Russell Grant has better hit rates in the back of the Sunday Mirror.

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