Greece doesn't need politiciansMake Comment Nostrashamus
If the crisis is so severe, is it reasonable to expect that most if not all 'elected' citizens would ever have the nous to be able to make the appropriate decision no matter what advice they are given. Indeed, advice would only add to their incompentence if not confusion.
Why is that in these times, when qualifications are everything, that the two most important jobs in the world require nothing more than desire and luck. One is to be a parent, the other to be responsible for a large company or, more importantly, a whole Nation?
Is it not madness? Surely people who are to be elected to represent a country in different departments should be qualified to do so. Brian Lenihan was a Barrister, yet he apparently took it upon himself to make the decision that not even a company of Chartered Accountants would have dared do, that has destroyed the welfare of the citizens of Ireland. In Greece, the situation is far bigger than the mere mortals that Politicans are can be expected to contend with.
Surely in times like these, if a real crisis exists, it is encumbent upon those elected to down differences, call for the contribution and support of the best brains in the country to come together and collectively contribute to welfare of the state.
For that reason I really question whether there is a crisis at all and that it's simply a game plan to move the hidden agenda of the super elite forward. After all, money doesn't exist - it's only numbers on a screen.
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