‘Trust No One Over 30!’ Euro Crisis Morphs into Generational Conflict

Elderly Greeks at a political rally: Are older people partly to blame for Europe's debt crisis?Zoom

Elderly Greeks at a political rally: Are older people partly to blame for Europe’s debt crisis?

People vs. banks, north vs. south, and rich vs. poor? While all of these conflicts may be real, one of the biggest issues of the euro crisis is rarely discussed: Older people are living at the expense of the young, and it’s high time the next generation took to the streets to confront their parents.

Credit: Spiegel-Germany.

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Categories: Crisis, Europe, Greece

1 reply

  1. How disgusting! Those younger ones would not have been there if not for the nurturing of their parents.

    And while science has increased peoples life expectancy, it has not made their extra years worth living, unfortunately:(

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