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Greece Got A $96 Billion Bailout, But What Does That REALLY Look Like? #ThisIsACoup

The EU voted on a third financial bailout for Greece today. Greece in turn agreed to raise taxes, cut pensions, and even sell government property in order to repay some of its old debts. But $96 Billion is a lot of money, what does that really look like?

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1.8 Billion Barrell's of Petroleum


Petroleum accounts for 35% of Greece's exports. At their current rate of 640,000 barrels per year, Greece can pay off the debt in only 2,800 years! We'll still need petroleum in 5,815 right?

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