Friday, February 17, 2012

They will kill us in a weekend

I'm scared of weekends!
I'm afraid Greece will go bankrupt on a weekend !
Why you ask!!
I have no idea!!
Maybe I do!!! Think about it this way!
Banks will be closed ! So we can't remove our money if we have any left!

No major riots will break out, because most people in Athens will be at there village or small town ..
We won't be able too extreme stock the home with food , supermarkets are closed on weekends!!!!
Weekends are my nightmares these few past weeks!!!
I'm afraid of the future !!!
What will happen to us!!!
They are taxing us like nuts !!!
Minimum wage is very low .
450 euros a month,,, get real...
We can't live on that much...
Bread costs 2 euros ,, store brand spaghetti costs 0.59
Most of us have loans..
I was happy paying them till last year,
2011 was an ok year , well the most of it! But what will happen to us now !!! Most people are having a hard time paying . Some are loosing there homes . Some don't have food in there table .
Stop killing Greece.
We had enough if troika!
Let us do it the greek way!!!
No thank you troika your just killing us slowly ...
Wake up Greeks !!!
We need to fight for our rights to life !!

1 comment:

  1. I know what you mean. If we go back to the drachma, it WILL be on a weekend. Obviously it is a good idea to have a stockpile of food, water, medicine, and supplies at home - EVERY PERSON (in Greece, but also everywhere else) should have those things anyway.

    I have a good friend here who never has food for more than 2 days in her house. Sometimes on Sunday nights she doesn't have anything left. I asked her "what would you do if you had to stay in your apartment for a week?" For any reason! Snow, the flu, zombies, war, whatever! Her answer: "I don't know..." What do you mean you don't know? You are an adult, you have to take responsibility for yourself! I tried to explain that to her and she thought I was crazy.

    I keep water (the most important thing of all!), food, gas for cooking, extra blankets, medicines and first aid supplies, etc. Not because of the crisis but because it's the responsible thing to do. I have tried so hard to 'spread the word' on this to our friends here in Greece but most don't want to hear it. I'm glad you're aware and stockpiling because honestly, I hope we don't need it but if we do, we're going to be so glad we have it.