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But how would the Irish feel if the UK had applied its 'double standards' the other way? pressing to bail out Greece but refusing its geographic and cultural close neighbour Ireland? It would be like Greece letting Cyprus go to the wolves. It feels 'odd' being English nowadays; we share our islands with peoples who we 'like' and regard as 'kin', and yet they seem to despise us in return.
Autarch (talk) , 14 October 2010 (UTC) When Greece was getting a rescue package they were only "they should default instead". --Leladax (talk) , 22 November 2010 (UTC) Well, Mainland Britain is going to 'chip in' to help Ireland.
The point is not who died in World War II (which had Greek resistance (e.g. The point is that if you are about to go "Economic Analysis" you can't say one day "Greece has to default and not accept the loan because it's pegged to the euro and can't devaluate and blah blah" bs which basically shows how much they hate European Union in general because they are still hanging on the British Empire memory, and at the next say "Ireland has to be supported because it's a close partner" because that's equivalent to saying "I'm a hypocrite, I lied with that "Analysis" and it did work to get the package, so I want the collapse of others by not letting them accept the package but not Ireland who is affecting me and has to accept the package".