The simple blue collar worker who lost his life during the second day of protests in Athens yesterday because he believed in these ideals is indeed a tragedy, as were the victims of Marfin Bank who were murdered a little more than a year ago in a similar protest by the same system that wants to bring us to our knees as a people.
I would like to extend my personal condolences and respect to all their families, but I will not mourn for these victims.
I refuse to.
Instead I want to honour them!
They termed these national heroes “rioters” and the individuals used by the system that slaughtered them as “the known and the unknown” and I ask… what sounds more offensive? Obviously the first term does.
The reason “the system” terms anyone who goes against its terms a “rioter” is because “the system” does not like people who it cannot control or people who refuse to conform.
These “rioters” –according to the system- had the courage to say “OXI” (or no) in the face of brutal force and blatant oppression.
“The system” expected these brave men and women to behave submissively and capitulate to their insolence and arrogance of power and brutality. What “the system” forgot however, was the resilience of Greeks which knows no limits..
It is no surprise what Kissinger said:
“The Greek people are a difficult if not impossible people to tame, and for this reason we must strike deep into their cultural roots. Perhaps then we can force them to conform. I mean, of course, to strike at their language, their religion, their cultural and historical reserves, so that we can neutralize their ability to develop, to distinguish themselves, or to prevail; thereby removing them as an obstacle to our strategically vital plans in the Balkans, the Mediterranean, and the Middle East.”
OLD NAME — NEW NAME
Greece — Grechland
Athens — Atenzberg
Parthenon — Der Partanon
Greek Prime Minister — Herr Eurofurh-minister
Chryso (gold)— Bundusbank depositer
Now do you understand why it all began here?
Would you conform?
The death of these heroes should wake us all up from our comas and give us the courage to stand up and punish the rapists of Hellenism.
It should inspire us to expose the tyranny of these oligarchies.
It should motivate us to scream out ENOUGH is ENOUGH!
Hellas has over 4,000 years of history and there have so many unsung heroes, martyrs and everyday national heroes who have died fighting for our democracy and our freedom.
They died so that we may live.
They sacrificed their lives so that we may have freedom.
They fought this oligarchy so that we can have democracy.
I refuse to mourn for them.
No, I will not mourn….
I will instead pray that their passing tears down the walls of apathy in our society and that it becomes a beacon of hope for a better tomorrow for this nation.
A tomorrow that is free from the haunting nightmares of petrol bombs, flying marble and rocks, chaos, riot police, secret diplomacy, traitors and greed.
Call me an optimist but I don’t see “the system”, or better yet the New World Order, succeeding at anything here in Greece but massive killings.
I know Greeks.
Fool them at your peril.
NAI (yes) to more heroes!
Hellenes will punish them. This I guarantee. And it will cost them dearly because universal laws don’t stop functioning even in the face of money.
In the end, justice will prevail.