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My Big Fat Greek Tax Scam

Via AdventuresInCapitalism.com, To see part 1, click here Sacha Imbert (Portfolio Manager at RBC): Hey Kuppy, this receipt says we’ve just used a Bulgarian POS to pay for lunch!!!   Me: Whoa!!! That can’t be right.   Waiter: Don’t worry, it’s a famous Greek trick. Revenues go to Bulgaria, expenses stay in Athens. We also […]

Bankers Reap Forfeited Souls As Millions Turn to Prostitution: “Viagra Costs 4x The Cost of P***y”

When opportunity has evaporated, and people are vanquished with no hope of better employment, it is simply inevitable that many will turn to selling themselves rather than starve, or worse. At one level, it pure economics. The Greek people have been squeezed. Their economy has been sold at auction, and everything is breaking down. In […]

Mission Accomplished? After 6 Years Of Austerity, 36% Of Greeks In Poverty

zerohedge.com / Via KeepTalkingGreece.com, on 10/17/2015 12:15 Thousands of austerity measures, dramatic cuts in incomes, incredible hikes in taxes. Five and a half years in deep recession. Three bailout agreements. And where do Greeks stand now? On top of the Eurozone when it comes to poverty. More than one out of three Greeks, that is “36% […]

Huge Queues Form as Greek Banks Open; More Money at One Time, Same in a Week

globaleconomicanalysis.blogspot.com / MIKE SHEDLOCK / July 19, 2015 Greeks want their money. Who can blame them? But why did they foolishly have money in the bank in the first place? Regardless, the banks are open. And huge lines are forming. In a knick-knack paddywack maneuver to boost morale, the Troika graciously allows depositors to withdraw €420 euros […]

The German Siege Of Greece Begins (No, This Is Not A Repeat From 1941)

Did you notice that Greece’s creditors are not rushing to offer the Greeks a new deal in the wake of the stunning referendum result on Sunday?  In fact, it is being reported that the initial reaction to the “no” vote from top European politicians was “a thunderous silence“.  Needless to say, the European elite were […]

Greece Votes NO – Let The Chaos Begin…

The result of the referendum in Greece is a great victory for freedom, but it is also threatens to unleash unprecedented economic chaos all across Europe.  With almost all of the votes counted, it is being reported that approximately 61 percent of Greeks have voted “no” and only about 39 percent of Greeks have voted […]

Greece referendum: what are the possible outcomes?

investmentwatchblog.com / BY IWB · JULY 5, 2015 Today the Greeks go to the polls to vote for or against the proposed financial measures. Channel 4 News’s Paul Mason explains some of the possible outcomes. SOURCE The post Greece referendum: what are the possible outcomes? appeared first on Silver For The People.

AS AN ARGENTINIAN BANK ANALYST, LET ME TELL YOU what the GREEKS are doing NOW

Democracy deserved a boost in euro-related matters. We just delivered it. Let the people decide. (Funny how radical this concept sounds!) — Yanis Varoufakis (@yanisvaroufakis) June 26, 2015 investmentwatchblog.com / BY IWB / JUNE 27, 2015 They are milking the ECB to the last drop. wish we had smart game theory masters like varoufakis. with their delay […]

It’s 2 In The Morning And Greeks Are Lining Up At ATMs; Alpha Limits Online Banking

Photo: Long cues at #Greek ATM's after announcement of referendum – @MakridisAkis pic.twitter.com/InrhjHt1Vr — Conflict News (@rConflictNews) June 26, 2015 zerohedge.com / by Tyler Durden on 06/26/2015 23:26 Because correlation does not equal causation, we present the following with no comment other than to note that according to Goldman’s estimates (shown below), Alpha Bank, which has […]

It’s Germany vs. Greece, And The Very Survival Of The Eurozone Is At Stake

Is this the beginning of the end for the eurozone?  On Thursday, Germany rejected a Greek request for a six-month loan extension.  The Germans insisted that the Greek proposal did not require the Greeks to adhere to the austerity restrictions which previous agreements had forced upon them.  But Greek voters have already very clearly rejected […]