Germany Wastes No Time, Puts Greece "For Sale" On Craigslist

As seen on Germany's Craigslist...

For sale are some recently acquired Greek assets for sale:

  • Acropolis € 4B OBO
  • Greek Parliament Building Syntagma Square + € 8.5B OBO
  • Greek Island Aegina € 10B OBO
  • Greek Island Mykonos € 13B OBO
  • Athens International Airport € 7B OBO

If interested, please contact:

  • Angela Merkel:: +49 (0) 30-220 70-0
  • Wolfgang Schäuble: +49 (0) 30 18 682-0

Serious buyers only please.

 

Tempting, and the price is right...

 

What is notable is the dramatic price reduction since Greece went first on sale back in 2012 via Ebay

We are confident the Q&A form the first Greek offer still stands. Questions and answers about this item:

Q: Is it possible to bundle your sale with Iceland? I would consider a package deal!
A: I'm sorry to tell you,but Iceland is in much better condition than Greece.
 

Q: I was wondering if you would be able to combine shipping with any future eurozone countries (i.e. Italy) you may have for sale. Also, would the sea between the islands be included or excluded in the package? Thank you for your cooperation.
A: I can arrange a big discount for any future transactions!
 

Q: Hi. I am very interested. However, I need your assurances that before I bid, you will exclude all corrupt banks, Goldman Sachs cronies, JP Morgan criminals, and the rest of the Draghi / ECB ex-Goldmanite corrupt insider trading white-collar criminals from this offer? I don't want my purchase of a beautiful country to be tainted with satanic banksters. Thanks in advance.
A: Greece doesn't need any of those to be f****d up :) As you can see, the offer includes our whole parliament! 300 of our finest politicians!
 

Q:  Hi. Is it possible to deport Zeus before auction ends? To USA for example.
A: I'm afraid of the other god's wrath. They might feel insulted,i cannot take any chance! I hope that you can understand my concerns.
 

Q: Hi. I would like to have this land mass shipped closer to home here, but there seems to be far too many bits and pieces. Are you able to compact it all together into one single parcel for shipping? I'm sure it'll be more economical (if that term is understood?) to do it this way too. Cheers!
A: Hmmm... You may have a point here my friend. But i'm afraid that they may broke, they are way too fragile in order to pack them one on top of the other. Maybe teleportation can work! ;)

h/t @Stalingrad_Poor

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