Poor Greece still plans to spend its budget for weapons, this time not for Israeli weapons. - Comment - Israel News | Haaretz Daily Newspaper
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    • Anonymous
    • 24.07.10 | 11:29 (IDT)

    For decades, Greece has been buying weapons from Germany and keeping anti-Turkism as its policy. What happened then? Greece suffered famine following the WWII and who sent food and aid to them? Germans or Europeans? Of course not. Germans were busy stealing Greek golds and Europeans were busy stealing Greek antic artwork. It was the Turks who sent food to Greeks by ships and air to rescue them from starvation. But Greece again continued weapons race by buying more weapons from Germany, and fell into massive debt eventually. As we all saw recently, now the Germans and Europeans are laughing at Greece, making fun of Greek history and culture. Now, Papandreu is deciding to spend more money for weapons from Israel, and Greece is going even more downhill. Sad for the Greeks, more debt will follow. Good for Israel, Israel will make more money and most probably will spend it to build more settlements in the West Bank.

    from the article: Greek PM to Haaretz: We could help mediate Middle East peace agreements
    First published 00:52 23.07.10 | Last updated 00:52 23.07.10
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