Finanzkrise: Griechenland, Deutschland, Orthodoxie.

Tagarakis Christos

In letzter Zeit erscheinen in den deutschen Medien die verschiedensten Berichte über die Finanzkrise Griechenlands. Manchmal sind die Informationen vermischt mit falschen Daten und einer anti-griechischen Propaganda. In manchen Fällen gibt es sogar beleidigende Bilder und Kommentare, die letztlich sowohl für die Griechen als auch für die Deutschen abwertend sind. Dazu belasten sie die traditionelle und echte Freundschaft zwischen Griechen und Deutschen, die in beiden Ländern harmonisch miteinander leben.


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Fifth «swine flu» vaccine death in Sweden – vaccinations still go ahead as planned!

Media in Sweden is having a tough time maintaining the propaganda as more and more people question the reasons for the mass vaccination. Now, authorities say that if not «80% of the population takes the shot, we risk 100 deaths from the swine flu». Most Swedes know that a normal flu season see several thousand dead from complications from the seasonal flu so the proportions of the propaganda coming from media and the government has caused a growing revolt against the massive attempts to scare people to take the poisonous injection.

We have earlier reported on the first death, the second death (also here), the third death and the fourth death in Sweden from the poisonous Pandemrix vaccin shot.

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World Classical Scholars: Macedonia is Greek (Letter to President Barack Obama)

The Honorable Barack Obama
President, United States of America
White House
1600 Pennsylvania Avenue, NW
Washington, DC 20500 

Dear President Obama,

We, the undersigned scholars of Graeco-Roman antiquity, respectfully request that you intervene to clean up some of the historical debris left in southeast Europe by the previous U.S. administration.

On November 4, 2004, two days after the re-election of President George W. Bush, his administration unilaterally recognized the “Republic of Macedonia.” This action not only abrogated geographic and historic fact, but it also has unleashed a dangerous epidemic of historical revisionism, of which the most obvious symptom is the misappropriation by the government in Skopje of the most famous of Macedonians, Alexander the Great.

We believe that this silliness has gone too far, and that the U.S.A. has no business in supporting the subversion of history. Let us review facts. (The documentation for these facts [here in boldface] can be found attached and at:

The land in question, with its modern capital at Skopje, was called Paionia in antiquity. Mts. Barnous and Orbelos (which form today the northern limits of Greece) provide a natural barrier that separated, and separates, Macedonia from its northern neighbor. The only real connection is along the Axios/Vardar River and even this valley “does not form a line of communication because it is divided by gorges.” Διαβάστε τη συνέχεια του άρθρου »