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Today, 20 years after the fall of the Berlin Wall, 57 percent, or an absolute majority, of eastern Germans defend the former East Germany. “The GDR had more good sides than bad sides. There were some problems, but life was good there,” say 49 percent of those polled. Eight percent of eastern Germans flatly oppose all criticism of their former home and agree with the statement: “The GDR had, for the most part, good sides. Life there was happier and better than in reunified Germany today.”
Read more at http://www.liveleak.com/view?i=88e_1246725985#1KKUb7vDyTl24rZR.99

Glorification of the German Democratic Republic is on the rise two decades after the Berlin Wall fell. Young people and the better off are among those rebuffing criticism of East Germany as an \”illegitimate state.\” In a new poll, more than half of former eastern Germans defend the GDR. […]

Today, 20 years after the fall of the Berlin Wall, 57 percent, or an absolute majority, of eastern Germans defend the former East Germany. “The GDR had more good sides than bad sides. There were some problems, but life was good there,” say 49 percent of those polled. Eight percent of eastern Germans flatly oppose all criticism of their former home and agree with the statement: “The GDR had, for the most part, good sides. Life there was happier and better than in reunified Germany today.”

Today, 20 years after the fall of the Berlin Wall, 57 percent, or an absolute majority, of eastern Germans defend the former East Germany. “The GDR had more good sides than bad sides. There were some problems, but life was good there,” say 49 percent of those polled. Eight percent of eastern Germans flatly oppose all criticism of their former home and agree with the statement: “The GDR had, for the most part, good sides. Life there was happier and better than in reunified Germany today.”
Read more at http://www.liveleak.com/view?i=88e_1246725985#1KKUb7vDyTl24rZR.99
Today, 20 years after the fall of the Berlin Wall, 57 percent, or an absolute majority, of eastern Germans defend the former East Germany. “The GDR had more good sides than bad sides. There were some problems, but life was good there,” say 49 percent of those polled. Eight percent of eastern Germans flatly oppose all criticism of their former home and agree with the statement: “The GDR had, for the most part, good sides. Life there was happier and better than in reunified Germany today.”
Read more at http://www.liveleak.com/view?i=88e_1246725985#1KKUb7vDyTl24rZR.99
Today, 20 years after the fall of the Berlin Wall, 57 percent, or an absolute majority, of eastern Germans defend the former East Germany. “The GDR had more good sides than bad sides. There were some problems, but life was good there,” say 49 percent of those polled. Eight percent of eastern Germans flatly oppose all criticism of their former home and agree with the statement: “The GDR had, for the most part, good sides. Life there was happier and better than in reunified Germany today.”
Read more at http://www.liveleak.com/view?i=88e_1246725985#1KKUb7vDyTl24rZR.99
Today, 20 years after the fall of the Berlin Wall, 57 percent, or an absolute majority, of eastern Germans defend the former East Germany. “The GDR had more good sides than bad sides. There were some problems, but life was good there,” say 49 percent of those polled. Eight percent of eastern Germans flatly oppose all criticism of their former home and agree with the statement: “The GDR had, for the most part, good sides. Life there was happier and better than in reunified Germany today.”
Read more at http://www.liveleak.com/view?i=88e_1246725985#1KKUb7vDyTl24rZR.99
Today, 20 years after the fall of the Berlin Wall, 57 percent, or an absolute majority, of eastern Germans defend the former East Germany. “The GDR had more good sides than bad sides. There were some problems, but life was good there,” say 49 percent of those polled. Eight percent of eastern Germans flatly oppose all criticism of their former home and agree with the statement: “The GDR had, for the most part, good sides. Life there was happier and better than in reunified Germany today.”
Read more at http://www.liveleak.com/view?i=88e_1246725985#1KKUb7vDyTl24rZR.99

via LiveLeak.com – HOMESICK FOR A DICTATORSHIP.

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Με 2,72% δάνεισε η Εθνική Τράπεζα τα €450 εκατ. στην ισραηλινή Invel για την εξαγορά της θυγατρικής της Πανγαία, πρόεδρος του Δ.Σ. της οποίας είναι ο πρώην υπουργός του ΠΑΣΟΚ, Χρήστος Πρωτόπαπας.Έλληνα καταθέτη, έλληνα δανειολήπτη, έλληνα επενδυτή, έλληνα μικρομεσαίε επιχειρηματία, έλληνα μεγαλοεπιχειρηματία, έλληνα κροίσε που ζεις στο εσωτερικό ή το εξωτερικό, μπορείς να δανειστείς αυτή την περίοδο με επιτόκιο 2,72% από την Εθνική Τράπεζα για να αγοράσεις ακίνητα της ίδια της τράπεζας με εξασφαλισμένο μίσθωμα από την τράπεζα, η απόδοση του οποίου είναι 8,5%;

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