What Ordinary Greeks Think Of Friday’s Deal: “We Went Through Two Months Of Agony To Realize We Are Still A Debt Colony”

Sunday, February 22, 2015
By Paul Martin

by Tyler Durden
ZeroHedge.com
02/21/2015

Some Greeks wondered what the government had achieved. “We went through two months of agony, emptied the banks, to realize we are still a debt colony,” 54-year-old electrician Dimitris Kanakis told Reuters. “The paymasters call the shots.”… Pensioner Paradisanos Rigas siad: “It looks to me that nothing has changed. Later on they’ll throw us some bones and say everything is fine. Syriza will be saying we put up a fight, while the other side will be saying you did nothing. And I think that it will be the same, just more of the same.”

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One Response to “What Ordinary Greeks Think Of Friday’s Deal: “We Went Through Two Months Of Agony To Realize We Are Still A Debt Colony””

  1. If I lived there I would be angry also. This is not the change they voted for(much like the last two elections in america). The majority voted against being controlled/owned by central bankers(criminals). It appears it will take something huge to create the changes that are needed to prevent the central banks and the super rich from controlling us all. Possibly a revolution/civil wars or a catastrophic natural disaster? I think people are still too comfortable to revolt, at least in america. Most americans do not care what is happening if it doesn’t affect them directly, just want to travel, shop, party and have a good time. Most do not want to hear the truth/bad news or vote. This is contributing to the downfall of american society. Greed and corruption is destroying america.

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