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Forget the highly paid, intensely educated, and overly-complicated negotiations happening between nations as The European Union tries to figure out how to handle Greece, and Greece tries to figure out how to handle the EU. A shoe salesman in London worked the numbers. He divided the total debt by the total number of people in the EU. Greece’s problems can be solved for, on average, 3 Euros per person. Rather than try to convince politicians to embrace his idea, he launched an Indiegogo compaign, Greek Bailout Fund, to crowdfund the debt. It may not work, but why didn’t the politicians think of this as at least one option?

(Click on the flag for the link.)

“Greek Bailout Fund” – Indiegogo

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