UnNews:Greek elections soon, GFC version 2.0 looming?
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Greek elections soon, GFC version 2.0 looming?
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Wednesday, May 27, 2015, 13:01 (UTC)
15 June 2012
Athens, Greece -- With the Greek elections just around the corner, speculation has mounted at the world seeing GFC version 2.0 with consumer confidence slumming to levels unseen since the '30s and widespread violence in Greece from reasons ranging to losing money to simply having their Sunday afternoon interrupted voting (Although they'd waste more energy rioting) foreign investors are leaving the ship before it is (officially) sinking. There is also some speculation Greece may be kicked out of Eurozone.
If Greece does get kicked out of Eurozone, it will spell disaster for the world economy and all the nuts in Greece taking their money over the borders might have been onto something afterall. The rest of Europe will also be seen as the worlds biggest bullies for kicking out the underdog from the cool kids club, changing the secret password and all the locks.
But back to the elections, although it's a well known fact that only 66% of the Greek population can actually be bothered voting, the officials that stand to lose the election are actually pretty damn confident that they can rally up a clean 67% and maybe even a little higher! This will hopefully account for the 40% of votes that go "missing" each time they try and will ensure we don't end up back at square one. If the rioting and protests that are going on are any indication, I'm not holding my breath on this one.
We are about to see the Greek economy collapse and the rest of the world follow it, rejoice my brethren for the end of Western society as we know it is neigh!