As the queues of jobless Greeks grow, more and more young people are moving abroad. It's an exodus that's particularly painful for Greek journalist Giorgos Christides.
Hanging out with friends is becoming increasingly difficult for me.
It seems my friends are fleeing Greece one by one, and the next time we see each other for a beer, our meeting place will probably be London's Trafalgar rather than Thessaloniki's Aristotle Square....
According to the latest national polls, more than seven out of 10 young Greeks aged 18 to 24 believe that emigration is the ideal - indeed the only - way out from the crisis. Two out of 10 have already applied for jobs and university places abroad.THERE'S A WAY TO REVERSE THE FLOW: GREECE SHOULD LEAVE THE EU AND THE EURO.
THE ELECTIONS REVEAL THAT A MAJORITY OF GREEKS ARE AFRAID OF THE COSTS OF REGAINING THEIR INDEPENDENCE, SOVEREIGNTY - THEIR FUTURE.
PITY. GREECE SHALL - FAIAP - DISAPPEAR AS A RESULT.