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We're -- financial program mommy is out primed subjects yep cold calculated no emotion old true.
But -- in company likes to think that we do have a haunts that we cover the issues with real people in mind.
And so it is that might take today deals -- the truly terrible human tragedy unfolding in Europe.
The Washington Post reports on alarming -- -- economics suicides.
In Athens and musician.
With his mom jumps from their apartment building they have no food they have no money they are in abject -- We're told that there are literally thousands of cases of economic suicide.
In Italy widows formal group of suicide victims in Ireland it is so bad that Vodafone.
Is running a huge suicide prevention program.
A thousand suicides in Britain linked to economics that's how badly -- my point here is not to blame anybody.
North which will warning about well we going in America it's not a story about the horrors of austerity.
Well the joys of growth know it is a simple straightforward report.
This is happening it is happening now thousands of times over this is how desperate Europeans have become.
I'm trying to offer the other side of Europe's financial crisis the intensely human side.
Can you imagine growing up in wealthy Europe and suddenly being without food money or hope.
That's real -- that.
If there's one judgment I will make it is this economic policies have real consequences.
They -- human consequences.
That's my take office.
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