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This is all going to stop when the Elite are in Prison and or deseased and a much much closer watch put on Politacal people and those who own , run or paid by these people in any way shape or form.
Start the rovolution my friend and distruct a austery.One men die 100 jump.
remember how you fought the Germans!!!! On crete everywhere!!
greek people!! remember what Odysseus did to the gangster that had taken over his home!!!
SING GODDESS THE WRATH OF THE GREEK PEOPLE!!!!
greek people parakalo!!! get rid of your gangster government--remember your heroic tradition you are ajax you are achilles!!! If you fight them they cannot stop you!!
AP The Associated Press BREAKING: Greece's parliament approves crucial debt bill.
Violence erupts in Athens as MPs debate package of austerity cuts worth €3.3bn as country seeks to avoid defaulting on debt
Greece's parliament was expected to defy angry protesters on the streets of Athens and endorse a deeply unpopular package of savage austerity measures in order to try to avoid a sovereign default and retain the euro as its currency.
The Greek Regime threatens tonight the citizens with starvation,lack of fuel,medecins etc if the vote for the new austerity measures is negative..A practice that cannot and will not be tollerated by the citizens and/or the international community...
Al Jazeera report on Greece.
Riots spread across Athens, at least 7 buildings set ablaze before key Greek debt voteBy Associated Press, Published: February 12ATHENS, Greece — Rioting spread across central Athens and at least seven buildings went up in flames amid mass protests late Sunday, as lawmakers debated harsh cutbacks demanded to keep the country solvent and within the eurozone.TV footage showed a three-story corner building completely engulfed in flames with riot officers looking on from the street, and firefighters trying to douse the blaze. The buildings set ablaze included a bank, a mobile phone dealership, a glassware store and a cafeteria, the fire department said. It was not immediately clear whether there was anyone inside the burning buildings.Clashes erupted across the city center after more than 100,000 protesters marched to parliament to rally against drastic austerity cuts that will force firings in the civil service and slash the minimum wage.Riot police fired dozens of tear gas volleys to clear the streets around parliament of rioting youths, who attacked them with firebombs, fireworks and chunks of marble smashed off the fronts of luxury hotels, banks and department stores.
we will never shut up...we will not be silenced...when all the states are gone we will still be here...
Athens 4:30 pm: Thousands Greeks Flock Outside the Greek Parliament
Thousands Greeks have already flocked and more thousands Greeks are still flocking to Syntagma Square in downtown Athens to protest the voting of new loan agreement and austerity package. Protesters have raised banners saying “We Will Win” and “Get out of Here”. The metro stations <Panepistimiou> and <Evangelismos> were closed http://www.keeptalkinggreece.com/2012/02/12/athens-430-pm-thousands...
Greek prime minister Lucas Papademos has told politicians to back a deeply unpopular EU/IMF rescue in a vote on Sunday (local time) or condemn the country to a "vortex" of recession.
His address to the nation came after the cabinet approved the austerity cuts to get vital rescue funds ahead of Sunday's vote on $4 billion in wage, pension and job cuts.
The latest effort to ease Greece's huge debt burden has brought thousands into the streets in protest, and there were signs on Saturday of a small rebellion among politicians uneasy with the extent of the cuts.
Mr Papademos said parliament had a historic responsibility to back the bill or face catastrophic consequences if Greece misses a March 20 deadline, when Athens must repay nearly $18 billion in maturing debt.
"A disorderly default would set the country on a disastrous adventure," he said.
"It would create conditions of uncontrolled economic chaos and social explosion.
yes Md, a general strike has begun!
It now a general strike?
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