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Thursday, 23 April 2015

"#GREECE Will Be Worse Than 2008 Meltdown" - Dr. Peter G Kinesa

Why Greece May Be the New Lehman

Here we go again. This time it’s Europe’s fault, and the crisis could be worse than last time, at least politically.






Remember when in 2008 Hank Paulson’s U.S. Treasury Department decided to let Lehman Brothers go down, pour encourager les autres, and then found that it brought les autres crashing down too? Well, Germany and the other euro-zone members are now trying to repeat that brilliant trick with Greece. If you were looking for where the next big financial meltdown might begin, you need look no further. 

Chances are, it is about to happen in Europe.

If it does, the political consequences could be even worse than last time. Strangely enough, the political risks are easier to evaluate than the economic ones. The risk of a Greek default or exit from the euro begin in Greece: If the left-wing party that runs the new government, Syriza, is discredited, following the discrediting of the old establishment parties, this risks strengthening the fascist alternative, Golden Dawn. Read More.


Greek Dominoes Could Bring Down EuroZone




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