If no one wants to fix the problem then it sure as hell is not going to get fixed ;-)
Via- the Greek financial crisis isn't about welfare, it's about corruption.
The Greeks have a problem paying their taxes. Almost a third of revenue is lost to cheaters. So a Greek computer scientist tried to solve the problem as if it were a programming challenge.
I haven't listened to the show, but I wonder why corruption would have gotten worse in the last few years. Certainly, government expenditure as a % of GDP grew a lot in the last few years, with revenue dropping off:
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