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Catastroika: The creators of Debtocracy, analyze the shifting of state assets to private hands. They travel round the world gathering data on privatization and search for clues on the day after Greece's massive privatization program.

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Released: April 26, 2012
Runtime: 87 mins
Genres: Documentary
Countries: Greece
Director: Aris Chatzistefanou
Actors: Ken Loach

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Posted by zapater 1 year, 11 months ago ( Edited 1 year, 11 months ago )
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Greece being the last pawn in the privatization game...actually the opportunities have sprung worldwide for over three decades now,thanks to puppet governments like the ones from the "iron lady" and from the "gipper",plus opening up to China,paying the daily ransom to the oil producing countries and squandering monies and resources in useless wars...the most important truth out of these types of documentaries is that the public sector has an ongoing closing down sale,generating huge profits for the same old lobbies,banks and corrupt politicians.....4/5.

Posted by trillionaire 2 years ago
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The failures of the public sector are not mentioned. How strange. When the public sector wants funds they are more than willing to go cap in hand to the private sector and then when the money is wasted they renege on their debt obligations.

Posted by sweatyshivers 2 years ago
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Freedom or tranquility, you can't have both. Really sad what happens when we (I) just sit back and moan about the way things are going instead of getting off my butt and doing something about it. Good doc., but to be perfectly honest it bummed me out a bit. Think I'll watch a comedy and go back (figuratively) to sleep. What a loser. :(

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