Vicious EU will let Athens burn for failed Euro dystopia

As the EU’s neo-authoritarian clown in chief Jean-Claude Juncker intimidates Greece for the cheek of consulting the people, it’s now clear Brussels will burn Athens to the ground rather than admit their disastrous mistake of creating the dystopian Eurozone

The ruthlessness of EU leaders to sacrifice the people of Greece for the Euro is further evidence for why we need to Get Britain Out of the EU. The current responses from EU and German leaders have revealed their willingness to bring Greeks to their knees for the sake of the failed European ideal.

Since the beginning of the financial crisis, Greece has been used as the EU’s whipping boy. The EU is determined to make an example of Greece to keep the rest of Mediterranean Europe in line.


I see dead people.

  • Shebel

    I don’t see dead people.
    I do see lazy fat assed Greeks that can retire at age 54 years after a lifetime of doing nothing in particular.
    This is very interesting to watch a Country where everyone works for the Gov’t or is on a Pension and the only people that know how to make money work in the underground economy— because 70% of their income will be taxed—-
    Cry me a River.

  • Norman_In_New_York

    The whole of the EU is one big fuck up. If it falls apart, it will be a blessing for the continent.

  • marty_p

    Let Greece crash…they are the authors of their own misfortune…. this article sums it up nicely;

  • canminuteman

    Greece is screwed regardless of what happens. They are so broke that even if they write off all their debt, current revenues won’t cover government expenses. So, the government writes off all debt, but still needs to borrow money, but now there are no lenders. The Greeks will get the “austerity” they have been bitching about whether they like it or not. At that point, they create their own currency, that nobody in the world will accept and their entire economy collapses. Those with the resources to do so leave the country, those without fight over the left over scraps, and muslims from North Africa move in to fill the void.

    • Justin St.Denis

      Unfortunately, you are spot on. When Greece becomes a muslim country, the rest of the EU will fall like dominoes.

  • David Murrell

    It is difficult for political conservatives to know how to vote in Greece. Essentially in Greece there are few conservatives to begin with. And like elsewhere, they are badly organized and have few real voices. In the referendum campaign, the “no” side is led by lunatic wackos — hard-left-sociology majors and revolutionaries. The “yes” side is led by pro-EU “liberals” who honestly believe a united EU with Greece is a good thing.

    My head supports the “yes” side, since it would be good think for my stock market portfolio. Terrance Corcoran has a good essay in today’s (Saturday July 4th) National Post, arguing that a “yes” victory would get rid of the horrendous left-wing-radical government.

    But I agree with many of the points in the posted anti-EU essay above. The “troika” is using its monetary Euro muscle to crush the Greek banks, denying them liquidity to turf the radical Greek government. But a “no” vote would bankrupt Greece, and that could be a good thing. The Greeks would no longer have a $300-billion debt, and no longer have to pay interest payments on it. They could bring ia new domestic currency (the “drachma?”) that could be devalued — making the Greek economy more competitive and providing a hidden tax as a safety valve for all of Greece’s excesses. Some writers are saying a Greece exit would be a good thing, and that this is what worries the EU establishment.

    But whatever the vote, there is little conservative advocacy in Greece to put the country on a path forward.

  • andycanuck

    Yes, the UK should get out of the EU.
    Yes, the EU sucks.
    The Greeks brought it on themselves.

  • Maurixio Garcia Sanchez

    A country that ha been in bankruptcy for more that 10 years is time for the EU to say good bye to them, I think they keep retiring at 45 and not paying taxes the biggest mistake to manage any type of finances in the world.

  • Hard Little Machine

    I hope everyone in Europe stops working and retires tomorrow. What could possibly go wrong.