Thursday, January 12, 2012

Greek Parents Dumping "Unaffordable" Children in the Streets

The US is Greece x 100.  Greek parents are abandoning their children on the streets because they cannot afford them due to the Greek debt crisis.
If you are still trading paper assets, have you accumulated enough physical insurance in the form of gold and silver HELD IN YOUR OWN POSSESSION to ensure you will be able continue to provide for your loved ones during the coming crisis?

Children 'dumped in streets by Greek parents who can't afford to look after them any more'

Youngsters abandoned as parents struggle
4-year-old found clutching note: 'I can't afford her'
Country also running out of medicine
Aspirin stocks low as austerity measures bite

Children are being abandoned on Greece's streets by their poverty-stricken families who cannot afford to look after them any more.
Youngsters are being dumped by their parents who are struggling to make ends meet in what is fast becoming the most tragic human consequence of the Euro crisis.
Athens' Ark of the World youth centre said four children, including a newborn baby, had been left on its doorstep in recent months.
One mother, it said, ran away after handing over her two-year-old daughter Natasha.
Four-year-old Anna was found by a teacher clutching a note that read: 'I will not be coming to pick up Anna today because I cannot afford to look after her.
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