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Do you see crisis in Europe if Greeks vote "no" in referendum?

Asked by ZEPHYRA (21499points) June 28th, 2015

How do you predict things will turn out.

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Pachy's avatar

I don’t know, but in any case, I feel sorry for the Greek on the street. I think the new government way over-promised to get elected.

Judi's avatar

I am sad to say that I have not kept up with what is going on. I know they have a debt crisis, but I have no idea what the referendum is about.

Tropical_Willie's avatar

The end for Greece to get monetary help from EU is June 30th. The referendum on July 5th will only make the Greek government heads feel better.

SquirrelEStuff's avatar

I see a monetary/debt crisis in the future regardless of how the vote goes. It is inevitable eventually based on our entire system being run by the Federal Reserve, IMF, and World Bank. One of the biggest things that we take for granted is where money comes from and how it is created.
Here is a video by Australian satirists Clarke and Dawe on the European debt crisis back from 2012, which is still relevant.

“It is well enough that people or the nation do not understand our banking and monetary system for it they did, I believe that there would be a revolution before morning.” Henry Ford

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