I read lots, thanks. Understanding is important, too.
So perhaps you can explain it to me how 100 people dodging 100,000 euro each are filthy crims, but 100,000 people dodging 100 euro are heroes?
No it doesn't. (please, not another worthless freeman argument...)
So, stop paying all taxes (in case part goes to the bank debt) or only some?
How do you know which taxes go towards hospitals, schools etc. - quite simply you don't.
By evading taxes you are cheating your fellow citizens - tax evasion will lead directly to even greater cuts.
The bank debt ship sailed 3.5 years ago now, protesting in 2008 might have made a difference.
No need for that sort of tone.
Does that choice extend as to whether to pay tax or not?
A major part of Greece's problems is large scale tax dodging by the rich, leaving the less well off in society to pay instead (payroll taxes and indirect taxes that can't be dodged.)
The Mr. ninja; another grubber of other people's money emerging from the primordial stew and proclaiming himself more human than the next! Perhaps the 'good and noble' Mr. ninja might be better served, if he wishes to engage polemically with adults, to first wax precise with the language we share.
Poor fella! Did I hurt your feelings? It really wasn't me - just the well honed polemics. Yeah, can't say I blame you, if I was slapped down to the point you've been in this thread I'd want to get out of my target area too. Smart! While you're deeming legal issues deem yourself rhetorically spanked and sent to bed; and remember to keep in mind the impending drop in your wages to compensate the promissory notes.