‚Greece’s problem is lack of demand, not skills‘


‚Greece’s problem is lack of demand, not skills‘
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Until very recently, Rania Antonopoulos was an economics professor in New York.
Now as the new Greek deputy minister of labor, her mission is to figure out how to re-employ Greece’s unemployed – and how to pay for it.
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DW-Interview
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korrespondierende Beiträge
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Rania Antonopoulos – Responding to the Unemployment Crisis in Greece
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George Soros’s Greek Stooges
Readers from around the world, it is vital that you understand our new „radical“ government is NOT a national, grassroots defiance of the banksters.
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It is the usurers who decide who we in turn elect by our own „free will“. Their own people, wearing both the red of the left and the conservative blue, hand picked from the usurers‘ schools, appear out of nowhere in Greece shortly before elections, appear on the ballot paper in order to be elected and occupy key positions.
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So not only do the moneylenders make sure we pay them our pound of flesh, they also ensure that everyone in the government „thinks“ exactly the way it suits them when it comes to economic matters.
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Gabriel Sakellaridis (Deputy Minister to the Prime Minister and Government Spokesperson in the Cabinet of Alexis Tsipras) studied at „The New School“, as did Ms. Rania Antonopoulos (Deputy Minister of Labour and Social Solidarity).
They all think with the same terms and ideas suitable for the system to be perpetually sustained.
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Rania Antonopoulos: From a George Soros Think Tank to the Greek Ministry of Labour
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Professor Rania Antonopoulos who – to the surprise of many – not only appeared out of nowhere on the second spot of SYRIZA’s ballot paper, but also took over the role of Deputy Minister of Labour. Hailing from Patras and Asia Minor, then student P. Andonopoulou played a leading role in the violent events of the regime change (1974) as a member of the revolutionary organization „Rigas Fereos“. After finishing high school, at the age of 17, she left to study in New York, USA. (And not to the paradise-on-earth of the Soviet Union? How come Madame?)
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Hellenic Vigilance
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