German Finance Minister Wolfgang Schäuble addresses a press conference in Berlin on November 27 after a eurozone meeting in Brussels. Schäuble has recently signaled Germany’s preparedness for action in its own interests in the event of a Greek default.(JOHANNES EISELE/AFP/Getty Images)
German Finance Minister Wolfgang Schäuble addresses a press conference in Berlin on November 27 after a eurozone meeting in Brussels. Schäuble has recently signaled Germany’s preparedness for action in its own interests in the event of a Greek default.
(JOHANNES EISELE/AFP/Getty Images)

Greek Band-Aid and German Delay Tactics

November 29, 2012  •  From theTrumpet.com
Yet once more EU elites have staved off the inevitable Greek default by a band-aid approach to that nation’s unsolvable debt crisis.
 

Same crisis, same players, same old approach.

But what’s it all really about?

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