Skip to comments.Greek police block riot police in anti-austerity protest
Posted on 09/06/2012 6:00:15 PM PDT by dynachrome
Greek police protesting against austerity cuts blocked the entrance to the riot police headquarters on Thursday, preventing buses carrying riot police from leaving for the site of major demonstrations this weekend.
The government plans to slash police pay in a new round of spending cuts worth nearly 12 billion euros over the next two years. The savings plan is expected to provoke new street protests in the coming weeks by austerity-weary Greeks fed up with repeated wage and pension cuts.
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Shades of your postulation about sympathetic LEO when the SHTF.
Civil war coming. I am sure there will be significant money and material slipped to the hard left from the West.
It sounds like a lot of the protesters think the gravy train can roll on forward
The left are a gang of cowards, especially in Greece. That’s why they lost the civil war. Remember, often the socialists are the most lazy. Think of what Greek socialists are like! That Golden Dawn anti-immigrant party have been gaining ground and have ties to the old dictatorship, so we may see their flag flying over the country in a few decades. Whatever. As long as they fix their economy and pay their debts, I couldn’t care less who the Greeks put into power, or how they get into power.
I guess it will come down to who has the more guns?
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