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After promising, pledging he would reverse austerity and stand up to the bad guys, Greek Premier Aleixis Tsipras has piled on the debt.
Greece’s former ruling coalition, New Democracy and PASOK owe 250 million euros to banks and aren’t paying.
Partners in life and terrorism, Nikos Maziotis and Pola Roupa are now partners in jail too and let’s hope they stay there forever.
Unless Alexis Tsipras snookers Greeks again, the next Prime Minister, New Democracy’s Kyriakos Mitsotakis, will take over the crisis.
It took Greek Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras about five seconds after getting some vague debt relief from the Eurozone to start spending again.
All it took for Greek Prime Minister Alexis “El Topo” Tsipras to stand up to the country’s creditors was to go to Cuba.
Stavros Theodorakis left TV to start the once-promising To Potami (The River) party in Greece, but it’s gone nowhere for him.
The people of Cyprus – on both sides of the divided island – deserve to know what’s going on in secret talks in Switzerland over reunification.