Germany to Greece: So Sue Me
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  • Kavanna

    And the euro was supposed to solidify European happiness and cooperation? It’s past due to dismantle this monstrosity.

    • ojfl

      It would be funny if it were not so tragic, would it not Kavanna?

  • Jim Luebke

    Because charging Germany reparations worked SO well last time…

  • It is time for EU to kick some of these members out.

    • ojfl

      They should maybe preserve the EU as a free trade agreement and just dissolve the Euro and probably diminish the importance of the European Parliament as well, Winston.

  • Lorenz Gude

    It seems an eminently fair and just solution to Greece’s current predicament, just as is Egypt’s proposed suit of Israel for all the gold that the Jews took with them when they withdrew their services as guest workers for the Pharaoh. Just we can precisely account for the loans made by Greece to Germany in its hour of need, it will only be slightly more difficult to open the records of the Rothschild banks to discover how much that purloined Egyptian gold has appreciated whilst in Jewish hands. Since it is a well know legal precedent that the profits gained through the investment of stolen assets belongs to the original owners, I see no serious impediment to the solution of the debt problems of either country.

  • New motto of the Euro zone should be: “United we sink, divided we stand.”

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