Open Letter to Wolfgang Schäuble, German Minister of Finance.


28 March 2013

To Wolfgang Schäuble, German Minister of Finance, .



      For your information, since our greek-speaking, anti-hellenic, tiny leaders are incapable of representing us because of being etrusted and dedicated to the knee-bending and penitence imposed on them by their boss (the feminin neo-Hitler), I am writng to you the following:

    As a Hellen, I feel obliged and rather I am doing you honor, to inform and reassure you that:

Water and sanitation are a human right!

HomeAthens  15 March 2013

Repost from: right2water


-Water is a public good, not a commodity!-


Sign Now! We invite the European Commission to propose legislation implementing the human right to water and sanitation as recognised by the United Nations, and promoting the provision of water and sanitation as essential public services for all. The EU legislation should require governments to ensure and to provide all citizens with sufficient and clean drinking water and sanitation.

Bring Them Back!

Bring Them BackAthnes 1 March 2013

 Repost from :  Bring Them Back


Campaign for the Return of the Parthenon Sculptures and the Reunification of the Monument


The time has come… holds a campaign- through the Internet and in general as well- sending a message for the Reunification of the Parthenon Marbles. The campaign is named “BRING THEM BACK!” and its history starts 209 years after 1801, when Lord Elgin decided to vandalize the Acropolis of Athens. The journey of “BRING THEM BACK!” starts in Athens, at the new Acropolis Museum and the Parthenon in order to spread all around the word… With just one click!

WW-II German Reparations to Greece

Repost from:  Hellenic Electronic Center

Germany Should Pay its Long-overdue Obligations to Greece


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In October 1940, Greece was dragged into the Second World War by the invasion of its territory by Mussolini. To save Mussolini from a humiliating defeat, Hitler invaded Greece in April 1941.

Greece was looted and devastated by the Germans as no other country under their occupation. The International Red Cross has estimated that between 1941 and 1943 at least 300,000 Greeks died from starvation – the direct result of the plundering of Greece by the Germans. Mussolini complained to his minister of foreign affairs Count Ciano “The Germans have taken from the Greeks even their shoelaces”.

Greek prosecutor ‘to charge statistics chief over deficit’

Athens  8 February 2013

Republishing from: The Telegraph    11:22PM GMT 22 Jan 2013

Greece’s statistics chief will face felony charges over accusations he artificially inflated budget deficit figures in a bid to make the country’s debt crisis appear even worse than it was, court sources told Reuters on Tuesday.

‘Germany Was Biggest Debt Transgressor of 20th Century’

Athens  22 January 2013

Republished from: SPIEGEL ONLINE    June 21, 2011 – 06:18 PM
Think Greece’s current economic malaise is the worst ever experienced in Europe? Think again. Germany, economic historian Albrecht Ritschl argues in a SPIEGEL ONLINE interview, has been the worst debtor nation of the past century. He warns the country should take a more chaste approach in the euro crisis or it could face renewed demands for World War II reparations.

Democracy’s Cradle, Rocking the World

Athens  11 January 2013

Republished from:  New York Times  June 29, 2011


      YESTERDAY, the whole world was watching Greece as its Parliamentvoted to pass a divisive package of austerity measures that could have critical ramifications for the global financial system. It may come as a surprise that this tiny tip of the Balkan Peninsula could command such attention.

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