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Friday, 1 July 2011

In a bid to sort out their economic problems the Greek Government has put the country up for sale. Several countries and people are in the running and we have the latest from the transfer market.

China has put in bid said to be 35 Billion Euros. This will include the renaming of Greece as Chingreece and the possible exchange of Tinnamen Square for the Acropolis. Demonstrators in Athens say the Chinese can go to Hell - 'we are not ones for Platonic Love' said one hooded flame thrower 'the only Chinese around here will be fried duck.'

Several Russian multi trillionaires are also known to be considering the project but their advances have met with a cold reception. However Ishahov Arikansky - who was in the running to take over West Ham United - has put in an offer said to outbid the Chinese - although he has insisted in having his own managers to take over the Greek Islands so he can get them in the Premier league of Tourist attractions.

Not to be outdone Bill Gates is proposing an alternative approach of making Greece a charity - however first the citizens will have to be starving before they qualify for charitable aid.

An internet group with the slogan 'Greek for the Geeks' has already infiltrated all Greek Bank codes and is offering to transform Greek's future potential by unstated Anonymous Action.

David Cameron is putting forward Nick Clegg as the National Saviour of Greece but his chances are said to about 2%.

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