Greece accuse Germany of being Nazis so Merkel sent a squadron of Stukas to Athens to prove the point!

Written by Jaggedone

Monday, 27 February 2012

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Greeks claim that Merkel is just like Adolf; well she certainly likes Turks!

Instead of accepting the fact that the Greek government, it's civil service, financial fraternity and public services are completely corrupt, the Greeks have decided to verbally bite off the hand that could eventually feed them, Germany.

The Germans have legislated a European bailout fund worth a cool 130 billion Euros, but have also demanded that Greece puts its house in order and that is nearly impossible for the Greeks because they love a "hey diddle diddle" (fiddle in Oxford English).

So the Greeks decided to dress up Merkel in a Nazi uniform and accused Germany of applying oppressive tactics similar to those that Adolf used 70 years ago, after all they've got to blame someone for their own, blatant corruption!

Merkel replied by sending a squad of WWII Stukas southwards and they were last seen buzzing above the Acropolis throwing out leaflets written in Greek, here is what they said:

"Achtung, your government is corrupt and we the Germans have come to free you all from your misery just like we did 70 years ago, and if you don't behave we will send a fleet of German panzers to bombard the government buildings, sieg Heil!

Thousands of worried Greeks were last seen packing their bags and jumping on trains going towards Germany because in Germany there are no corrupt politicians, plenty of work and Germans love Greek food and wine!

The story above is a satire or parody. It is entirely fictitious.

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