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VANISHING CYPRUS: “Revolution of the Mind”

By Andreas C Chrysafis November, 2014 (No 64) © Many times people have questioned me for advocating a mythical revolution. The reality of the matter remains that nothing changes unless people speak out and I am therefore pleased to see that finally a “Revolution of the Mind” is slowly taking root! It’s happening and changing Cyprus for the better. Things ... Read More »

VANISHING CYPRUS: GLORIOUS REVOLUTION of the MIND

By Andreas C Chrysafis October, 2014 (No61) ©   It all starts with one idea – the power of the mind! An idea actually never dies but blossoms into a powerful force that can make radical changes or it can equally grow into a powerful bad idea to be used for evil purposes. The world has seen both and yet ... Read More »

VANISHING CYPRUS: CAN TURKEY BE TRUSTED?

By Andreas C Chrysafis October, 2014 (No61) © Dressed in black and with faces hidden, a dark evil force has arrived in our midst to instill fear and brutality the world has not experienced since medieval times. It is purely driven by a religious frenzy brainwashed and consumed by an insatiable anti-western hatred. Seeing the brutalities committed, one could say ... Read More »

VANISHING CYPRUS: BANKS vs the PEOPLE  

By Andreas C Chrysafis September, 2014 (No60) © The most important thing to remember when dealing with banks it’s a simple rule; banks are a business motivated by profits; banks are not sensitive to social needs; banks do not take risks and bank managers are not your friends. In fact if banks loaned money at their own risk, there would ... Read More »

VANISHING CYPRUS: Dear Mr President

By Andreas C. Chrysafis Dear Mr. President, with all due respect, things in Cyprus are not going as well as you so passionately promised. Your election campaign-pledges never actually materialized. We are sure you meant well but somewhere along the way your party-dogmatism failed to bring about the desired economic and social stability in the country. Citizens certainly recognize that ... Read More »