Now Angela Merkel (who looks like a sister of the Finnish president) said that Finland can't participate to the Greece bailouts anymore because Finland kept insisting getting some guarantee or caution money for its backing of Greek loans.
Oh well, that's it then. But to our dear EU comrades, keep the flag up, I know you can pull it through! We are with you in spirit.
Funny though that Financial Times, an UK-magazine, said Finland should participate without any guarantee, due to "solidarity". Where's the solidarity of UK then, are they participating into the bailouts as well? I understand UK banks have more interest to South Europe matters than "Finnish" banks due to potential bad dept losses.
As I say, own country first then others. If I loan money, which I really don't have much. It's nice to have it back someday and have some kind of guarantee about that. I just got money, bought deus ex (pre-ordered) and now it's pretty much simple life again this month (damn you rising electricity bills).
Good thing my brother owes me.