Laboratory Greece: The Crisis That Changed Our Lives (2019), a documentary on the euro crisis in Greece. Italian director Jacopo Brogi confronts the fact that military, intelligence and US domination over the country’s United Kingdom after World War II continues today with economic arrangements such as the IMF and the European Central Bank. The documentary examines how the 2008 global economic crisis manifested itself in Greece. It examines how the debt repayment program was implemented, which the IMF, ECB and the European Commission, which is compared to the troika, have implemented on Greece and which will cause a major austerity program in the country, and the political corruption that has brought about the situation at this point. It is sadly seen that the financial equivalent of the Troika’s loans to Greece to repay its debts corresponds to almost all Greek public goods, the privatization of public services, the closure of hospitals and schools, and the reduction of pensions and other health benefits. unemployment. Furthermore, we see the mass brain drain that has increased due to the over 25% unemployment rate across the country in this process, and the tragic stories of thousands of people dying from malnutrition and lack of treatment opportunities and the homeless.
«If Democracy can be destroyed in Greece, it can be destroyed throughout Europe»
Paul Craig Roberts