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How @tsipras_eu Dissolved All The Shades Of #Greek #Hope In Two Years

Hope is on the way , was Alexis Tsipras’ slogan that brought him to power in January 2015

While two years later,  Greek PM saw  “light in the end of the tunnel”, as he said on his  New Years Eve message,- exactly as his predecessor Antonis Samaras did, precisely two Januaries earlier ,before his fall,-  Greeks showed to  be more pessimistic than ever  about the country’ s economic prospects and their own finances in the coming year, according to  survey conducted on last days of last year

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What a European solidarity campaign by the German brothers! These are the love selfies to Greece

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You Germans, Print that NO and get out on the streets to protest against Greece….

Bild, frontpage, February 25. 2015

Please, the Bild newspaper continues, send a selfie with you protesting with that NO, back to the Bild

And yes , they did. Voila the friendly Germans, and the true European cuture Germany breeds under its wings

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The German newspaper Bild continues the provocative smear campaign against Greece, a campaign augmenting step by step as the time comes closer to tomorrow’s crucial vote for the approval of the Greek expansion program, aiming to influence the German Members of the Parliament , and also to make the German folk furius against Greece

“NO Other billion to greedy Greeks”, is the huge German title of the Bild

The article then lists the ex prime minister’s Antonis Samaras’ statement on August 23, 2012, by which he was assuring and promising “Of course we will pay our debts, I promise” .

Previously, the article says, there was the George Papandreou’s statement of March 23, 2011,  underlying by his own words : “We will return every penny. Germany will get its money back – with high interest rates, “. We hear constant promise, the Bild says,  which, however, can not believe anymore.

The German Finance Minister Wolfgang Schaeuble, adds the Bild article, strongly doubts the will of the Greeks, and rightly, article comments, because the Greeks appear to have absolutely no intention to repay their debts.

NO other billion to the greedy Greeks, the article concludes

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Twitter users were quick to reply. Thommy Gunz, as an example, Instead of posting a picture saying “No” to the Greek deal,  posted one with him holding a paper that urges readers to stop bying Bild. “No more €0.80 for the stupid Bild picture”.and twitted : “Something like this, BILD?”

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In etwa so, @BILD?