With strained negotiations between Greece and its European lenders at a seeming impasse—and the prospect of a Greek exit from the euro zone, or "Grexit," looming large—thousands rallied in central Athens on Wednesday night, in a show of support for the leftist Syriza party and Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras, who has so far resisted the creditors' push for deeper cuts and further austerity.
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Riffing off JonnyJames comment in the UK "austerity" thread, i'd agree: We need to stop calling it "austerity."
That sign might do a better job of challenging the propaganda of the looting class if it read "STOP LOOTING - SUPPORT GREECE - CHANGE EUROPE"
Imagine---Saying whatever you like about Greece, imagine a country that has kissed goodbye its corrupt old duopoly of banksters' slaves' parties and tried its best to move into a human future, and a country where people turn out to support their chosen government because they see its courage in representing them, come what may. Which is the "small" country, America or Greece?