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Crisis credit: Uncovering the immoral nature of Greece's debt.


Most of the bailouts from the IMF and EU actually went directly to the financial sector. It’s estimated that only 10 or 11% of the bailout money, that Greece is now supposed to pay back, ever went to the Greek people.

Debt activist Fanny Malinen examines the nature of Greece’s debt, and finds the public bearing costs of the financial sector, austerity policies crippling the national economy, and a complicit international news media pushing a morality play instead of reporting on the lives of Greeks under the creditors’ thumb.

Fanny wrote the Red Pepper article Breaking with creditors’ power: the importance of the Greek debt audit.

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Fanny Malinen

Fanny Malinen is an activist, freelance journalist and member of Debt Resistance UK.


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