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Alright that's Iraq's and what happens in Greece is cutting thousands still riding public workers in industries for grotesque.
Yet another austerity plan.
The same plan to pull so I've cut the Greek government still -- to make qualified for another bail out.
Let's start city are still soaring today -- hopes that banks will get bailed out and they Greece and others beleaguered countries will survive.
My next guest says one way or the other.
You better save the banks to save yourselves would be to Levine as the chairman of Lloyd's by the way.
He's -- next week.
It's consume -- good to see you on.
I'm looking at these protests aren't nearly as violence in this country as Wall Street put a subdued for them to get angry.
Any comparison -- any connection between frustrations here frustrations that.
Before -- we -- you get a Greece it's a very whole country whose son shunning him.
And -- -- -- general resources we we have there's really no steroids in London a few weeks or who shall favorable.
But I think that was -- lax policing because they go there aren't -- -- confidence motion that was luster so.
Although that's started with the some -- getting shot images grew into something that would it it you know you have a lot of these -- sort connecting these events in -- very disparate different.
That this part of a great French revolution in massive world.
But He well if you want SuSE was much more great French revolution in The Who was -- -- cynical Arab spring.
But then you look at it today now it's calm down a little bit -- what's changed.
Known a great deal and at this haves and have not here's platinum don't things I mean it's always been and it is for real.
I can to -- little more.
Understanding was -- an -- country and you can it.
Where the government which recorded just every year old Euro -- beginning this is going to be very very tough.
We -- -- -- of what we've talked human increase cutting public spending raising taxes.
Losing jobs in the public sector and they've done -- it's very unpopular but let's start to the guns and I think that's in.
The unit net to do anything approaching the enormity of what they're talking about and -- One and of course you didn't have quite.
The degree it's -- complete.
You know cradle to grave.
Across the border protection in Greece get some generous don't allowances but that was the argument.
That subsidy right thoughts in the UK we had a huge.
Huffington have been inherited which was unsustainable.
In the government just -- we're -- content you know we can do spend less money.
But they -- it was at a ratio sort of that the three to want to go to one spending cuts to revenue.
And hanssen's -- on its remarkable in its majority over it wasn't spending -- and -- -- -- unpopular and today.
There's a lot of people are intelligent people say hey you go result on this -- probably governments don't.
I thought it was -- closer to this.
-- but that -- coalition number was fractured.
-- the coalition government is in pretty good shape.
Just you know I mean you look at seasonal in every country we just had the three party conferences.
We -- associate -- is -- -- is finishing now.
And He they ought to do their general rob rob and I say you know we're the best in that terrible and so on -- I think He would give back to more like reality in the and we consumers' time okay.
I know we you can this country quite often he's seen what's been happening on Wall Street say what started as a and a ragtag team of largely college kids protesting it's grown to include now.
Union members lot of Democrats supported these rallies.
And depends on who's doing -- counting.
It's either a lot of hundreds or a lot of thousands music but it's happening it's spreading to a lot of US cities.
What do you expect.
Well people are genuinely -- up from little people lost their jobs a lot of people are facing very tough time.
They -- receivable politician to fix him -- and so we do anything testament.
Protest in the home for at least.
Though the authorities the government derivatives will listen.
But -- -- some loans and is trying to get out and protest and and swung to understand some photos of people for whom protested.
But unless people are prepared to miss the government prepared to administer the really tough minutes and just the protests Milliken -- it and say well look.
We -- review all the -- because through and do minimal won't come back on the tax increases that isn't and so the program.
He's -- to be very tough for some time.
Now on -- in this country.
Politicians are saying you don't want to raise taxes.
In this environment.
On and there is some of the other senators say well you certainly don't want to aggressively cut spending in this environment either.
Because it's so last.
-- -- But you -- you know had -- just and it would be very noticeably you could do that He didn't have to cut public spending who didn't raise taxes to using you have to.
-- to the wake up we have -- one -- other or both.
And we we have from a government -- doing but if which Israel and hope and you're looking other countries you just -- that timberwolves have increased -- -- that we've been re visiting Greece.
The Who may be -- pays tax into a apparently increased -- now.
Using you know -- on the telephone business -- -- a sort of electricity.
-- -- -- -- -- -- -- I do wanna connected your senses of the land -- all these corporations here everywhere gonna pan on the cast.
What's gonna get them to open up their wallets.
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