In Cyprus, Shock Turns To Anger

Thursday, April 4, 2013
By Paul Martin

by Tyler Durden
ZeroHedge.com
04/04/2013

For a few days, the rest of the world looked on awaiting the riots and social unrest in Cyprus that we have become accustomed to from their fellow unter-sufferers Greece and Spain; but it never came. However, as Reuters reports, the public shock (and numbness) over the tough terms of the so-called bailout is now turning to anger as million of Euros remain locked inside the country’s banks. The people are “disappointed and angry,” that the politicians are out of touch, and, “the big guys, who had the information, managed to take their money abroad.” No one has answers for them, “I wrote to the central bank and they came back saying that it was not their competence, so whose competence is it?” as frustration boils over, “absolutely nothing adds up.” But perhaps the saddest truth is that the Cypriots are resigned to years of hardship, “I am going to find myself on the street with no future, only debts. But we will fight to the end. We have nothing left to lose.” It seems when a people has nothing to lose that anything is possible…

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