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Revolution of the Mind: Cyprus Elections – 2016

Cyprus - Blank Vote at Ballot Box

Andreas C Chrysafis What do I think of the upcoming May 22 elections? Not much! We see braying men and women as well as braying donkeys; senseless loud talking is none other than braying and we hear plenty of that, but no substance; politics have been reduced down to vocal slugging matches without dignity! The electorate are none the wiser ... Read More »

Revolution of the Mind: BREXIT – The Great UK Dilemma

Brexit

Andreas C Chrysafis   When democracy functions well in a civilized society… and where the people respect the rights and opinion of others, it can never go wrong! This refers to the mature British democracy where the government has offered British citizens the right to a historic Referendum on 23 of June. On that day, the people will decide what’s ... Read More »

NO HOPE FOR CYPRUS

No Hope for Cyprus - Pic from Cultural Festival

Alexander the Great was and still is considered to be the greatest General ever lived. His battle strategy and remarkable war techniques are studies to this very day but what he is most admired for it’s his leadership; his troops were ready to give up their lives for him and one asks why? It is very simple: his people loved ... Read More »

What Is Wrong With the System?

Greek and Cypriot Flags

  By Andreas C. Chrysafis – August 23, 2015   What is wrong with this flawed democracy that we all brag about and praise as an ideal system of government but fails to provide? What is wrong with such a system that ultimately encourages corruption at the expense of the people who put their faith and hope for a better ... Read More »