Germany Invades Greece AGAIN But Doesn't Need The LuftWaffe This Time!

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    In April 1941 Operation "Marita" began when German troops invaded Greece through Bulgaria. This go round they've dispensed the Luftwaffe (Air Force) and are using a force FAR more powerful and destructive: The European Union.

    It's Official: German Economy Minister Demands Surrender Of Greek Budget Policy, Says It Is First Of Many Such Sovereign "Requests" | ZeroHedge
    Upon hearing the news France immediately surrendered! :lol:
     
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    Look what they did to Italy. Bloodless bankers coup.
     
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    It's only a question of time before WWIII start in Europe again
     
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    Too little, too late?...
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    Greek Woes Weigh on European Economy
    February 23, 2012 - European Commission reversed its previous growth forecast and predicted 0.3 percent economic contraction contrasted with commission's estimate just three months ago that eurozone economies would grow by 0.5 percent this year
    See also:

    Greek Credit Downgraded Even With Bailout
    February 22, 2012 - The Fitch financial services company is again downgrading the credit rating of Greece, saying that the debt-ridden country is "highly likely" to default on its financial obligations even after securing a new bailout from its European neighbors.
     
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    This is the kind of problem Margaret Thatcher was warning about when she refused to join the Euro scheme before they fired her.
     
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    don't worry, when the greeks hold elections in April, this 'deal' will vanish too....
     

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