Preparing for the worst

Here’s a fun tidbit, via Zerohedge and Covering Delta: The Greek government has apparently hired foreign workers to clean out a tunnel that leads from Lykavitos to the Greek parliament, and from there to the sea port of Piraeus. So far, so whatever. But reports state this is done in preparation for the possible evacuation of Greek MP’s in the event of a storming of parliament ahead of Wednesday’s (tomorrows) vote on the new memorandum.

In the mean time Greek MP’s are starting to vote against further bail-out by the EUnion and the IMF, just to be able to safely walk the streets of Athens and beyond. What fun times we live in, don’t you think?

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3 Responses to Preparing for the worst

  1. Al says:

    You can bet that there are plenty of tunnels in Washington DC too.  And underground bunkers.But you know, every tunnel has two ends.

  2. DP111 says:

    Rats are known to jump from sinking ships, but they are more likely to leave using drains and tunnels.

  3. Klein Verzet says:

    Ain't that the truth (as is Als observation, BTW)

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