Greek crisis sends world markets into turmoil
Athens riots and government collapse causes oil prices to
drop by $2 a barrel and Dow Jones and other indices to plunge
Greeks rioted , the country's prime minister offered to resign and the yield on Greek two-year sovereign bonds hit 28%. Meanwhile, the Dow Jones industrial average fell 190 points at one stage. Markets are carrying a simple message: we fear politicians and policymakers are losing control of the plot. The long-feared "Lehman moment" – an uncontrolled debt default by Greece, with the impact being felt across the eurozone banking system – suddenly seems a horrible possibility.
Tear the Fecking lot down
destroy it all dont pay a penny
back feck the Bankers and any body
who supports them.
From Greece to Portugal to
EireWe may well have reached the point of no return."
I wish bring on the revolution now