Greeks vent election despair through graffiti

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ATHENS (Reuters) - The messages are stark - the prime minister is an IMF puppet, life inside the euro is a death sentence, don't vote. With an election just days away that may decide whether debt-choked Greece stays in the single currency, Greeks are using graffiti to cover Athens' walls - and sometimes its historic buildings - with rage. "It's due to desperation," said Professor Theodosis Pelegrinis, the Rector of the University of Athens, whose elegant neoclassical facade has been targeted by graffiti. "If you have no hope for the future you try to destroy everything. ...