Early to rise

The crisis in the Greek banking sector has provoked all sorts of responses throughout the European community, none of them being the offer of huge wads of cash to bail them out. In turn, the Greeks have not exactly helped their cause, particularly during efforts to solicit financial aid from Germany, by bringing up the small matter of the disturbances which occurred in Europe between 1939 and 1945.

Advice to the Greeks has included selling off art, historical assets and even some of their islands before asking for financial aid. The latest advice, in an open letter printed in the German newspaper Bild, includes ‘getting up earlier’.

The letter.

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