Only one day after the scandalous article of Financial Times Germany which calls Greeks to vote in favor of pro-bailout conservative "New Democracy" party another article from the German "Bild" tries to terrify and influence the Greek people in order to vote for a government which will continue with the austerity program.
Yesterday, the Financial Times of Germany published and article with the tittle “Resist to the Demagogue” where the newspaper stated clearly:
Resist to demagogy of Alexis Tsipras and SYRIZA. Do not trust their promises that the denouncement of the loan agreements is possible without consequences..
Your country finally needs a functioning state. For your smooth governance we recommend Nea Dimocratia, even thought the recommendation is half-hearted…The best option for your country would be a coalition government with Antonis Samaras as leader and not Alexis Tsipras…..”
Today, "Bild" moved the propaganda one step forward with an article that had the tittle "Dear Greeks, don't make the mistake now...":
New Democracy party comes 2nd with 24% and PASOK was with 15%.
The poll also reveals an eight-party parliament:
Syriza is probably the country's most popular party since there are no information about the two ex-major parties...
The international news agency Dow Jones Newswires, reported that Syriza is now garnering around 25% of the vote--up from the outcome of the 6th of May elections when it gathered 16.8% of the votes, two percentage points behind New Democracy's 18.9%.
The two MPs visited to town hall of Naxos were they came up against the angry crowd.
The gathered people strongly condemned and booed the two politicians, and besieged the town hall of the island for two hours.
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"Rather than cutting salaries and pensions ,it is better to rent Acropolis, Delphi and other archaeological sites right now!" said Mr. Giakoumatos.
The utilization of archaeological sites by individuals suddenly became a subject of discussion Greece. In addition, foreign media are make similar suggestions.
A new loan, this time by the Bank of Attica, was granted to PASOK and New Democracy parties to meet their financial needs. The projected state funding for the second half of 2011 has not been paid and the two parties are unable to pay even the salaries of their staff. Therefore, the two major parties continue to use the common practice of borrowing money with future state funding as guarantee!
PASOK and New Democracy owe approximately 235 million to state banks with the state funding if 2015 as guarantee. Despite this fact, the Agricultural Bank has given credit for 200 million secured by accepting the grant and the year 2019 !!!
These new loans have caused the reaction of the "Democratic Alliance" party, which on several occasions in the past has asked the reduction of state funding for political parties! Member of the "Democratic alliance" stated: