I agree that Greece is at a disposition because of its history, but you can't blame that solely on other nations.
There are other nations which suffered much worse from WWII than Greece did and they have shown resilience and recovered without complaining about not receiving full compensation for the past so you really shouldn't take such a defeatist stance. Instead, try accepting some responsibility of your own to make things better!
well i think you are not aware what greece passed in WWII. I agree on what you said on accepting responsibility and not adopting populist ideas, thats all it is. if you burn a country to the ground, ( which both the italians, germans and guess what?, you wouldnt know it, the Brits, did in greece in WWII) you need to accept responsibility. Its just that. World economic markets are not sinonimous with responsibility and i think that has been demonstrated by now....
here, I am not even a citizen of the EU but seeing that Greece is part of an union (namely EU) and it's a privilege, it's not like that a country can just jump into the EU, there is a long and torturous process, trials, tribulations that countries go through to be part of the EU (or not). And once it is part of the EU, comes along the responsibility of supporting other countries that are also part of the union. So in short, yes, other countries should bailout Greece.
Support as much as possible. I know the entire economy of Europe will go down that way, possibly.. though Europe is part of let's say a world-economy, so that way we won't be the only ones "suffering" economy loss, the entire world will..
But the solution of just letting countries down who were supposed to be united as one is just plain silly and won't be good for our economy either way..
yes because this is what the eu stands for but i don`t think the Greek ppl should pay the way they do now because they elites played financial poker with Goldman Sachs.they should over tax the rich not poor