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    Posted June 17, 2012 by
    ChristosK
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    Athens, Greece
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    What does it mean to be Greek?

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    CNN PRODUCER NOTE     ChristosK currently lives in Greece, but is orginally from Canada. He says the future of Greece feels omninous to him. 'I can say with great confidence that from here on in, the future for the Greek people will get much worse. There is a Greek expression that says "They see the tree but they lose forest" something like not seeing the big picture,' he says in regards to the June 17 Greek elections that just took place. 'With the reults from yesterdays elections here in Greece the victory was for Europe but a major loss for Greece and the people of Greece,' he says.
    - Jareen, CNN iReport producer

    Regardless who wins, the outcome is either bad or really bad, nothing good will come out of this. Most Greeks do not trust ND, PASOK and feel that voting for Syriza or even Golden Dawn, they don't have much left to lose. Their dignity, future and respect has been taken away and left with debts no one can pay. The Greek people are very bitter towards ND and PASOK for destroying the financial foundation of Greece after so many years of corruption.

    If God was o the voting ballots, they would vote for him, because GOD is the only left that can really help.

    God help us.
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