Submitted by: Donald Hank
Answer: it will if it thinks it can get away with it.
I wasn't kidding the other day when I said Papandreou should watch his step (stay away from open windows).
What the European dictators did to Ghadaffi they can do to him. I don't mean kill him necessarily, but notice how they encouraged rebels to form a transition government long before Ghadaffi was ousted and with virtually no precedent in international law or history.
Get a load of this:
Conservative leader Antonis Samaras led calls for Papandreou to go. "I'm asking for the formation of a temporary, transitional government with an exclusive mandate to immediately hold elections. And the ratification of the bailout deal from the current parliament," he said in a statement.
Whether or not this Samaras guy has been directly influenced by sleazy EU leaders is not the point. He saw what happened in Libya and he is licking his chops over a chance to seize power under the aegis of the EU.
Now, the question is, would the EU DARE to try in Greece what they did in Libya, namely, negotiating with a group that pretends to represent the country but with no authority from the people?Don Hank
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