The corrupt Greek government has once again reached new levels of low by outperforming 3rd world dictators on a list of most despised governments. 3rd place went to the Venizelos-Samaras junta, as polled by the Gallup Company which calculates the acceptance rate of a population towards its current government.
The Samaras dictatorship barley captures an acceptance rate of 14% by the people of Greece, scraping behind the government of Pakistan (18%), but managing to do slightly better than Bulgaria (13%). This is another unfortunate truth that only confirms what Golden Dawn has claimed all along- the Samaras-Venizelos junta is supported by a negligible minority who are interrelated and fearful.
Many blind Samaras supporters will say the government will soon ‘rise’ now that Greece will ‘come out of the memorandum’. If we assume the Samaras Junta’s popularity will rise based on increased economic prosperity, then let’s look at this purely through a financial perspective. The S&P Capital report for the 3rd quarter of 2014 looks at a nations likelihood of bankruptcy. Greece manages to outdo itself on this global index, by rising to 4th place out of countries most likely to go bankrupt! Leading the way is Venezuela at 65.8%, second with the Ukraine at 59%, and Pakistan at 40.1%, outdoing the Greeks at number 4 who are at 38.7% thanks to the great Samaras-Venizelos junta.
Our readers should also note that the great nations of Iraq and Tunisia are less likely to go bankrupt than Greece. We would like to thank to Kim-Samaras-Antun, great dictator of the Southern Balkan peninsular of North Korea for his proud achievements as leader.