Reuters link is this
The proud indignados of Thessaloniki and a few from Athens will be there to give a warm welcome and an encouragement hug to our PM, plus some lubricants to make his life easier.
On the 28th of February of 1943, on a Sunday, the enslaved and starved Greeks buried Kostis Palamas at the First Cemetery of Athens.
Paraphrasing the unique phrase that Angelos Sikelianos said in this funeral: “On this coffin rests the whole of Greece”, I noted (on Greek) at the top of the drawing: “On this bellies rests the whole of Greece” inspired by the today reshuffling of the government by prime minister Georges Papandreou…
- Greek PM replaces finance minister amid debt crisis (theglobeandmail.com)
I was so happy this morning to discover in Euronews that Greece is the world’s lowest rated country!
Finally we are the lowest of the lowers!
We have to make a union with Jamaica and Ecuador and exchange some ideas of how we can become even lower…
I think that Jamaican are the coolest people on earth and Ecuadorians the sweetest…
- Bottom of the world, Ma (economist.com)
“Africa squared up to fight for a better economic deal with the European Union on Monday as Libyan leader Moamer Kadhafi opened a key summit warning the continent was ready to do business elsewhere.
“We have failed in our economic partnership with Europe,” Kadhafi told leaders of 80 nations gathered in the high-rise seaside Libyan capital for the two-day talks.
Opening the first summit in three years between the two continents, Kadhafi reopened old wounds between former colonial powers and nations marking half a century of independence at a time when the onus is on efforts to seal a “new, equal” partnership.” by Claire Rosemberg (AFP)
Either Kadhafi doesn’t know what an economic deal implies, or he really doesn’t give a shit… And our smart ass Mr. Georges Papandreou rushed in Africa to help. Monkey see, monkey do…
- Africa, EU on summit collision course over economic deals – AFP (news.google.com)
- Kadhafi never without ‘voluptuous’ nurse: leaked US files (alternet.org)