22 thoughts on “Greek government’s destruction of education

  1. Greece, should just bankrupt it self and no longer pay money to the IMF, and what infrastructure the IMF has acquired if any as a result of claims against Greece, be returned unless the the CEOs of the IMF live in Greece as permanent residents and not as holiday makers but are centrally living their physically most of the year, and Greece abandons the the European currency as unsustainable and having a cruel and unjust imposition and impact upon the Greek people, that is not reasonable nor acceptable for the younger nor the present generation to have to be liable for past iniquities of former persons that led to the present situation.


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