On Greece And Carbuncles
I will let the gist of Taki Theodoracopulos’s comments speak for me [re-paragraphing mine]:
And now to Mr Tsipras and his buffoon-jester Yannis Varoufakis.
As I write, I still believe the Germans will blink. When the crisis first broke five years ago, I wrote time and again in Greek papers that we should get out there and then. Why borrow billions in order to pay back foreign banks?
But politicians cannot resist the siren call of a shithole like Brussels. They have outriders accompany them to the Elysée and to No. 10. Papandreou, Venizelos (not the name he was born with) and Samaras all fell for the trappings. And they ruined the country as a result by making it inevitable that extreme left-wing scum such as Varoufakis would come to power.
I was embarrassed to be Greek last week, watching some of those so-called Greek lecturers in various obscure British universities interrupt and spout slogans about democracy rather than reasoned arguments.
All I know is that I am going to Greece for the better part of the summer to see friends such as the Livanoses and the Goulandrises. Our families have contributed to the country; shits like the Tsiprases and Varoufakises have not. They should go back to where they belong: the loo.
The demos of Greece just voted to continue being immature little whining shits.
Let them face the consequences of their rank stupidity and childish irresponsibility.
Of course, the European Union bears some of the responsibility for creating this parasitic Grecian monster, but, then, they’re even more monstrous – a carbuncle on the face of Europe being left untreated.