The eurozone crisis is activating a lot of stereotypes, and sometimes nothing is funnier than stereotyping stereotypes.[1]  --  Yanko Tsvetkov has also made his "Mappying Stereotypes" into a more extensive "Ultimate Bigot's Calendar of the World." ...


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EUROPE ACCORDING TO...

By Yanko Tsvetkov

http://www.zerohedge.com/news/europe-according
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While we have shown this series of images by Bulgarian modern artist Yanko Tsvetkov previously, now that the question of European "unity" is more debatable than ever, and with a Greek referendum in effect guaranteeing the collapse of the Eurozone at least in its current framework, it makes sense to refresh on these pictures which straddle the thin line between reality and satire, which these days is one and the same. But no matter what, the important part is that everyone is hedged. Just ask MF Global... and MS.

Europe according to Greece:

Europe according to Germany:

Europe according to Italy:

Europe according to France:

Europe according to Spain:

Europe according to Switzerland:

Europe according to Britain:

Europe according to the U.S.:

Europe according to Russia:

Europe according to Poland:

Europe according to Turkey:

Europe according to the Vatican:

and, as a special bonus, Europe according to Berlusconi: