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Greek Riots

An Oracle in Athens

November 8, 2012

Yesterday, more of America’s impending entitlement state future played out on the streets of Athens as Greece’s parliament passed a new round of austerity measures: The problem when you’re in so much debt is that your freedom as a nation is seriously diminished.  Shouts of “Fight!” and “They’re drinking our blood!” echoed in the streets [...]

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Greek Suicide Stokes Protests

April 5, 2012

It’s not just young people going to extremes in Greece as apparently a 77-year-old man shot himself due to the government’s austerity measures.  In a completely, totally, absolutely shocking development, there were protests on the streets of Athens: Suicide is a cowardly act.  On top of everything else, this man was an anti-austerity activist whose [...]

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Greeks Imitate the Sore Losers of Vancouver

June 28, 2011

It looks like the Greek parasites took a break from extending their hands out to riot again.  Apparently, they don’t like the strings attached to the free money they’re about to receive in the form of a bailout.  It isn’t that they’re ungrateful or anything; it’s just that they don’t think they should have to [...]

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Greece Continues to Burn

June 15, 2011

More violence in Greece as youths (or “useful idiots” one may say) flip out over the next round of austerity measures the Papandreou government needs to pass due to Greece’s critical economic situation: The welfare state is collapsing in different countries at a different pace as economic realities get in the way of sustaining a [...]

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Greek Riots are a Harbinger of Things to Come

December 16, 2008

Riots have rocked Greece for over a week now — they’ve even taken over a TV station today.  On the surface, it seems like the police shooting of a 15-year-old sparked the whole thing, but the bitterness amongst the Grecian youth has been simmering for years and has finally erupted onto the streets.  The youth of Greece [...]

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