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Greece: The Freedom-of-Speech Canary Died

Canary and Miner

  By Maria Polizoidou – August 29, 2016 In coalmines, from 1911 to 1986, canaries operated as an early warning system for the leakage of hazardous gases. Whenever the birds showed signs of distress, the miners knew trouble was coming. Greece has deep problems. Greece is presently in the “coalmine” of an endless economic and immigration crisis. This month, for ... Read More »

VANISHING CYPRUS: GREEK GODS ARE ANGRY

Bennett editorial cartoon

By Andreas C Chrysafis July, 2015 (No 77) © The election of the Tsipras government has triggered a massive headache for the Eurogroup in fear it may inspire others across the Eurozone. They had to destroy it and dark forces lurking in the shadows put a devious plan into action – debt dependency; a dependency so ugly that would demand ... Read More »

VANISHING CYPRUS: GREEK DEMOCRACY IS BACK

A demonstrator waves a big Greek flag in front of the Greek

By Andreas C Chrysafis June, 2015 (No 76) © In a true Democracy no government, parliament or president, politicians or political parties have the legitimacy to make constitutional changes to alter the basic fabric of the nation without the overwhelming consent of the people. Under an ungodly pressure imposed on Greece by the IMF EU-Troika lenders, the Tsipras government has ... Read More »