The Greek Financial Crisis Explained…In Cartoons!!!

By Justin Gardner | Related entries in Cartoons, Disasters, Economy, europe, Greece, Money, Video

A couple of fun videos outlining what happened in Southern Europe.

Part One

Part Two

I’ll share Part Three when it’s available…but we all know that the EU opened up the cash drawer and created a TARP fund of their very own to make sure that these countries remain solvent…at least for now.

More as it develops…

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2 Responses to “The Greek Financial Crisis Explained…In Cartoons!!!”

  1. Miles Says:

    It’s nice animation, but it doesn’t really explain anything. Pass.

  2. Jacob Says:

    I think it explains the basic elements. Sure it doesn’t go into depth about what the debt was made of nor does it address how the debt was to able to “surprise” everyone. But I think it does have a solid educational element. Sometimes I forget how much people who don’t remain informed actually know about the world.

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