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Bettany Hughes interview: on how Socrates would have solved Greece's problems

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« on: August 02, 2015, 07:17:03 pm »

I yield to none in my admiration for Socrates... and Bettany, of course, the thinking man's tea-time sustinence. HOWEVER, Socrates did not have to deal with Brussels, and that is the nub of the problem. The solution is easy — in theory — get your hands of the money of Greek shipping billionaires... However, that money is salted away in Luxembourg out of reach of the Greek government, thanks to tax concession put in place by or with the assistance of Jean-Claude Juncker — the very same Juncker, in fact, who now berates the Greek government for not raising enough cash to solve their problems.
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