LOL...well for starters the last few posts, isn't most of your posts in this or any other thread. But that doesn't change the fact that you are wrong. If Goldman Sachs only touched 2 percent of Greece's debt how can it be responsible for its debt woes as you have been arguing? That doesn't make sense. It's a simple matter of math. The unfortunate fact is Greece had a debt problem long before it hired Goldman Sachs to disguise its debt. If Greece's debt were small as you alleged, Greece wouldn't have needed to hire Goldman Sachs to disguise its debt from Eurozone members. The fact is Greece's debt had exceeded 100% of GDP when it hired Goldman Sachs and a debt exceeding 100% of GDP isn't small as you alleged. And you know this how? What sort of credentials do you have to back up that assessment? You have NONE. In case you haven't noticed, Greece's economy isn't growing now. Greece's economy has been in free fall for years now. You obviously don't understand Greece's problems. As has endlessly been pointed out to you, Greece suffers from serious structural governance issues. Functional governance and fiscal prudence isn't adverse to economic growth, quite the contrary. It's required and Greece hasn't had it. Keynes General Theory isn't a get out of jail free card or a panacea for fiscal recklessness and impotent governance. And contrary to your assertion, Greece's creditors have imposed conditions on Greece not to see it fail and default on the debt Greece owes them but rather to see Greece succeed so they can recover the money Greece owes them. In Keynes theory the piper must always be paid. Please Register or Log in to view the hidden image! LOL...as previously explained several times to you, a "clawback" is a contractual clause typically found in an employment contract. It isn't applicable here. A "clawback" isn't a violation of tort law as you seem to think it is, its a contract provision. Contrary to your assertion, not being naïve isn't a tort either. You haven't proven Goldman Sachs violated their contract with Greece and neither has Greece, nor have you proven said contract contained a "clawback" provision. That's why only ignorant folks are running around talking about clawbacks with respect to the work Goldman Sachs did for Greece. LOL, well you still haven't been able to identify how Goldman Sachs harmed poor little Greece. What you posted, is exactly what people like you post when they get called out on their fiction and ignorance, "well they may not have been fully cognizant". You are not fully cognizant and you still haven't explained how Greece was harmed by Goldman Sachs. You have made wild accusations, but you have repeatedly failed to back them up with evidence and reason. But then you don't need or want reason. Demagogues never do. Except that is pure bullshit. First, remember we are talking about only 2% of Greece's debt here. So how is 2% of Greek debt responsible for the 77% increase in Greek debt? It's that numbers thingy. Please Register or Log in to view the hidden image! Two, Goldman Sachs was involved with Greece 15 years ago, back when Greece could finance its debt publically through private lenders. The lenders of last resort didn't get involved until 2010 when public financing became too expensive for Greece. So your assertion Goldman Sachs shorted the lenders of last resort is pure bullshit.