Greece And Germany

How must it suck to be Greece in everything Germany?

(Reuters) – Germany humiliated Greece in the Euro 2012 soccer tournament on Friday, rubbing salt in the wounds of a nation reeling from a dire economic crisis which many blame on Berlin.

Greeks were aching for at least a measure of revenge against their euro zone tormentor in the needle match of the tournament’s quarter-finals, but it ended as yet another dashed dream with Germany rolling over their underdog rivals 4-2.

The euro zone paymaster gave what many Germans see as a profligate and lazy state yet another lesson, this time on the pitch – perhaps revenge for political headache after headache in a regional debt crisis unleashed by Athens in 2009 that now threatens the survival of the entire common European currency.

Not only is Greece in the middle of a financial catastrophe, but they even have to lose to the Germans in soccer.

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One response to “Greece And Germany

  1. Greece is not all that relevant anymore . The next domino is Spain and it is a big one. I fail to see why Merkel doesn’t put all of her effort into saving Spain . She is playing defense and she has to get a stop . Spain is more important and more defensible.

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