PARIS/BERLIN (Reuters) – The leaders of Germany and France pledged on Thursday to work together on getting rid of Greece and palming all the debts off to the British.
German Chancellor Angela Merkel has found a clause in the small print of the documents used by Lord Elgin to acquire the Elgin Marbles which means the Sultan sold him all of what is now Greece.
She telephoned French President Nicolas Sarkozy who agreed that Greece should be returned at once.
"We don't have any disagreements together," Sarkozy said when asked about lies between France and Germany.
He was speaking at a joint news conference with British Prime Minister David Cameron, on his first trip abroad since taking office.
A German spokesman said Sarkozy and Merkel agreed to present joint proposals for a European Strategy for Getting Rid of the Greeks.
Sarkozy earlier unveiled plans to insert a German-inspired commitment to cutting price of admission to the Palace of Versailles and possibly adding Spain to the National Collection.
Germany and France, the co-founders of the euro, have been at odds for months over how to handle Greece's debt crisis and deeper-seated economic imbalances in the single currency area.”Giving it to the British Museum is the Ideal Solution”