the bbc r4 interviewer was actually on to it today, whilst inviting 'experts' to discuss the 'greek situation' and how to resolve it, unfortunately the 'experts' refused to play ball and merely presented their positions as either a) or b) and which is the best for the immediate future......at least the bbc guy wanted to consider the future properly and discuss that, unfortunately 'financial experts' are not employed to do that, they are not employed to explain or talk about the strategic future, only the immediate (that way they avoid all cullpability or foreknowledge, so they can present things as "well we couldn't have predicted that happening"
OK let me explain a bit more.......is this crisis 'a greek thing'? or is it just a thing like 'northern rock' i.e. a precipitate.......there are many possible precipitates given 'the saturated solution' they are in (I use the analagy meaning solution in chemical terms).......the fact that these precipitates are more prevalent is due to an underlying situation and it is this that needs to be considered as the dangerous problem.
so i would like to know now if people can 'see'
(Im probably pissing in the wind here arn't I?)
(sorry.....i managed to isolate myself from the news, but mrs knees has put it on)