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Destitution and Hunger In Greek Prisons: “Not Even One Grain of Rice Left In Warehouses”

Destitution and Hunger In Greek Prisons: “Not Even One Grain of Rice Left In Warehouses”

The Daily Sheeple
June 3rd, 2012

All indications suggest that basic services in Greece have begun to break down, with reports from several Greek prisons and military installations indicating that prisoners are malnourished and starving. Food shortages caused by austerity related spending cuts and truck stoppages are also reportedly reducing daily rations for soldiers stationed in the area of Corinth, Greece.

We may very well be seeing the cracks in a society on the verge of complete meltdown.

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If you're gonna keep em

If you're gonna keep em anyway have some decency and put them to work on a farm so they can grow more food

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USSR

Seems similar to the demise era of the USSR...the prisons spent 300 kopecks a week per prisoner if I recall correctly.

Kasha every day, and some slop soup with some unusual vegetables floating around in it today. Wonder what it was like 20 years ago? :O

Most inmates have TB.

Many of these Greeks will get TB as well along with a myriad of other diseases and a good number will die unfortunately....and some for non-violent crimes to top it off.

The Greek government is responsible for the health and treatment of its prisoners otherwise it may be construed as a crime against humanity imo.

Greece might be invaded and occupied under the pretense of normalization in my view if conditions get worse.

ps. If people looked after dogs like this they would be put in prison.

donvino

First

Greece, then closely behind is the rest of Europe and then USA all very quickly. Watch what happens in Greece and then get your money out of banks when Europe's EU crashes.

Keepin' it real.