Greek Parents Dumping Kids Onto Streets

A disturbing, but not unexpected trend is developing in Greece. Parents becoming destitute due to the rapidly bankrupting country are starting to push their own kids into the streets because they "can't afford them".

Four-year-old Anna was found by a teacher clutching a note that read: 'I will not be coming to pick up Anna today because I cannot afford to look after her. Please take good care of her. Sorry.'

Greek pharmacists revealed the country had almost run out of aspirin. The government was engaged in price-controls over medicines, so suppliers simply started to sell and deplete supplies outside of Greece.

Greece is a perfect harbinger of what is happening in the USA and other western countries after decades of social engineering and spending. Greece has over half its working population on some kind of government program, and has engaged in strangling its private sector now to the point that it is no longer a sovereign nation.

Watch now as the Greek people pay the ultimate price of poverty, disease, and death. The USA is facing the same fate, it's just a matter of time as poverty, homeless, jobless records climb. Obama did promise change, this blogger wonders if voters guessed what 'kind' of change he had in mind?

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