22 thoughts on “Buying German, French weapons bankrupts Greece

  1. I suggest Greece has a policy such as Costa Rica, on no army or a limited cost effective military, having agreements or alliances with NATO, and sell off the arms they have to pay off debt, with the arms distribution net work, its all bribery and corruption or pay offs call it what you like its all a evil industry that suits countries with bad karma.

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