8 Responses to Greeks empty bank accounts ahead of historic election

  1. Laurie says:

    just curious why are some wearing masks? something going on there?


  2. Kindred Spirit says:

    …canary in the coal mine (?)


  3. Bone Idle says:

    Whichever way the Greek election goes, the beginning of the end of the Euro has started. European governments are going through the motions of trying to keep the can be kicked down the road. Spain is in dire trouble – can’t be solved by Germany.
    The “Euro” Titanic is still afloat but fast sinking.


  4. Sam Beckett says:

    I am like they are, I do not keep my money in the bank (here in America) I lost my faith in our economic system. I used to be one that contributed greatly to the economy by buying lots of things I wanted but not needed, such as dvds, cds, newest electronic gadgets, clothing from stores like Macy’s, even simple stuff like Starbucks & going out to dinner…now no. I stopped over 2 years ago, seeing how the rift between the rich & normal people like I has gotten much bigger, these corporations, wall street people, etc…keep getting richer yet we the working class have not, we have far less money due to inflation has sky rocketed these past few years, so I save my money..buy bare minimum & refuse to pump money into the economy until things change, though even in absence of my refusal, I could still not spend as I used to because of our economic crisis here in America.


  5. sKeptical citizen says:

    I dont keep much money in the bank. They arent paying interest. If the bank closed you money is FDIC insured but how long before you can get your money from the fdic? And what if we have a clatyclismic event that disrupts all the electric and internet your money is at the bank that is closed.


  6. Pauly says:

    Congrads to to the Greeks.


  7. jeremy says:

    me and my wie have a safe here in the us also keept in our home banks are corupt and falling fast


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