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Aιώνια εναλλαγή, στην βιολογική αρμονία
Η άλλη θέση στην καθημερινότητα, τό επέκεινα, ή αλήθεια της φαντασίας.
Βουτιά στόν άπειρο και άυλο κόσμο τών ιδεών.
Υποβάθμιση του χρήματος (χξς') σε μέσο εξυπηρέτησης και όχι υπέρτατη ανάγκη.
Ατυχώς ονομάσθηκε Χρήμα (ότι χρειαζόμαστε)
και Νόμισμα (ότι θεσπίσθηκε σαν αξία)
Εξαπατήσαμε τό είναι μας, και Εκπέσαμε.

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Πέμπτη, 6 Δεκεμβρίου 2012

DECEMBER 6, A DAY OF GREEK POLICE INFAMY


The 2008 Greek riots started on 6 December 2008, when Alexis Grigoropoulos, a 15-year-old student, was killed in cold blood by two policemen in Exarcheia district of central Athens.
The murder of a young student by police resulted in large protests and demonstrations, which escalated to widespread rioting, with rioters damaging property and engaging riot police with Molotov cocktails, stones and other objects.



Demonstrations and rioting soon spread to several other cities, including Salonica, the country's second-largest city. Outside Greece, solidarity demonstrations, riots and, in some cases, clashes with local police also took place in hundred cities around the world, including London, Paris, Brussels, Rome, Dublin, Berlin, Frankfurt, Madrid, Barcelona, Amsterdam, The Hague, Copenhagen, Bordeaux, Cologne, Seville as well as Nicosia, and Paphos.


Syriza and Nea Democratia locked horns in the Grand Brothel of Kleptocracy on Syntagma Square on Wednesday night over a statement issued by Syriza's youth, which suggested that protests planned for today marking the anniversary of the 2008 murder of Alexis Grigoropoulos was an opportunity to overthrow the
government.

The statement prompted a blunt response from Nea Democratia, which accused Syriza of acting as fifth columnists, bringing out the hoods and arming themselves with Molotov cocktails with the aim of burning Athens and pillaging private property again.


Civil society condemns a wave of deliberate bloody attacks on innocent Greek people, especially reporters, bloggers, and photographers in Athens.
The brutal Greek policechimps, who are always criticized for their abuses, are proud of their bloody instincts!
The deliberate nature of police attacks leaves no doubt about this.


Photojournalist Marios Lolos was clearly targeted during a peaceful demonstration while in a group of clearly identified journalists.
Graecokleptocrats wanted to punish him for his union activities.
Graecokleptocrats are trying to intimidate all the media as Greece's social revolt continues to grow. Lolos, who works as a photographer for the New China news agency and heads the Union of Greek Photojournalists, was hospitalized as a result of being beaten over the head by a brutal policechimp outside the Grand Brothel on Syntagma Square.
He was in a serious condition and has undergone surgery to the skull.


The situation was calm when Lolos was attacked and the photojournalists were not wearing helmets or gas-masks. Makis Synodinos of Naftemporiki newspaper and reporter Panagiotis Bousios of Star TV were also among those injured during the deliberate charge by the brutal policechimps. Rena Maniou of Antenna TV had to be rushed to hospital in an ambulance after receiving a baton blow to the back of her neck.
Dionysis Vythoulkas of Vima newspaper and Giorgos Gerafentis of NET TV were among the other journalists who were roughed up by the brutal policechimps.




The Greek government is the #1 enemy of the Greek people, a den of thieves, a source of myriad stupid things, a grand sink of bribes and kickbacks, the mother of all bureaucracies, a sender of Trojan Horses, a master of hoodwinks and smokescreens, a gang of freaks, a madhouse, a rot of rabble-rousers, a clan of
kleptocrats.
The Greek government stole my life, my career, my computers, and my files.
A poll of http://venitism.blogspot.com shows 90% of Greeks think most politicians are corrupt.

The government of Greece in 2010 was so stupid that it hoodwinked all media that I conspired to trigger a war between Greece and Turkey and blame Mariliza Xenogiannakopoulou, Alternate Minister of Foreign Affairs of Greece, for it!
Accusing dissident bloggers of treason, the Greek government manufactured a blood libel in cyberspace, which in turn incites hatred.
The government of Greece gave my head on plate to Erdogan.
Brutal Graecokleptocrats have destroyed my life.
My life is stolen.
Now I demand my life back!

Anthee Carassava of Los Angeles Times was heavily attacked by brutal policechimps.
Although she had all the required accreditation and was moving away when told by the policechimps, a brutal policechimp threatened to remove her by force and tried to grab the phone with which she had recorded his voice.

He was joined by three other brutal policechimps, who manhandled Carassava and dragged her like a dog into the courtyard of the Grand Brothel of Democracy on Syntagma Square.

The attack stopped only when a policewoman intervened. As Carassava left, she tried to identify her assailants. They reacted by taking her to a police station and threatening her.

As she tried to establish the grounds on which they were holding her in a room in the police station, policechimps tried to intimidate her by threatening to arrest her and do what they want with her!

Tatiana Bolari, a photojournalist working for Agence France-Presse, was beaten repeatedly by brutal policechimps, with images of the bloody freakish attack making their way around the globe. Journalist Manolis Kypraios permanently lost his hearing when a brutal policechimp threw a stun grenade at him, prompting reactions from many human rights groups.

My persecution costs the government of Greece dearly, because fund managers who follow my ordeal are pissed off, dropping Greek bonds and stocks like hot potatoes, and advising all investors to stay away from Greece.
In addition to the default premium, Greek bond yields now also include the stupidity premium!