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WHY ARE THE BANKSTERS JUMPING ON GREECE WHEN IT DOES NOT HAVE THE WORST DEBT-TO-GDP RATIO? SOMETHING TO PONDER?

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The below chart is very enlightening. The news propaganda says that Greece is a financial disaster but as you can see from the below chart, Greece is far from the worse.

After the banksters make their billions of euros from the raid on Greece, which country will they next select.

Like the mortgage crisis, each sovereign raid enlarges the debt tsunami that is sweeping the world and it will, no doubt, change forever the political + economic
landscape.

Best Regards,

FINANCIAL WARRIOR

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    • Switzerland has more debt per GDP than Greece.

      UK , under Brown, sold off 1/2 of its gold holdings 3 years ago at 20% of wehat gold is worth today.

      Frankly, the global situation is really a financial Tsunami!

      Best Regards,

      Financial Warrior

  4. Very interesting indeed … thank you for sharing.
    Where did you find this chart? Do you have a URL/link for it?
    First reactions …

    1)I was extremely surprised by China, India, Brazil, and Mexico.

    2)I was curious about Finland (as they are not on the chart).

    3)Of course I believe the chart is intended to illustrate that Greece is “better off than most European countries”, and in close proximity to the United States.

    If you could provide the link to the source I would be grateful.
    Pascalearly at gmail dot com

    Pascal

    July 7, 2011 at 8:26 pm

  5. Very interesting indeed … thank you for sharing.

    Where did you find this chart? Do you have a URL/link for it?

    First reactions …

    1)I was extremely surprised by China, India, Brazil, and Mexico.

    2)I was curious about Finland (as they are not on the chart).

    3)Of course I believe the chart is intended to illustrate that Greece is “better off than most European countries”, and in close proximity to the United States.

    If you could provide the link to the source I would be grateful.

    Pascal

    July 8, 2011 at 11:45 pm


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