From Paul Krugman in the New York Times as he urges the Greek people to reject austerity by Euro-banksters:
“The troika clearly did a reverse Corleone — they made [Greek Prime Minister Alexis] Tsipras an offer he can’t accept, and presumably did this knowingly,” Krugman wrote.
Sounds like a high-dive maneuver in the Olympics.
Well, it is a high-dive, sort of.
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