Sunday , November 19 2017

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How to Tell the Parcel you’ve recieved is Suspicious

After today’s horror in Athens with parcel bombs delivered to foreign embassies, I thought to publish a useful guide on How to tell the parcel you’ve recieved is suspicious!  In short we can say that the suspicious parcel or letter is usually designed in such a way that the packaging seems …

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Athens: Day of Horror with Exploding Parcel Bombs

Police and Anti-Terror units are on red alert in Athens after a series of  parcel bombs sent to several foreign embassies. Earlier today Greek police detonated a parcel bomb at the Bulgarian embassy at Palaio Psychiko, a noble  suburb in the north of the city. A hour before a blast had occurred …

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Beware of the Virus on Facebook!

A new, very dangerous virus is on Facebook! You get an e-mail by a friend with the title/subject: “I got you a surprise”!  Do not open it! Just delete it! Then the ‘surprise’ is a dangerous virus that de-activates the PC’s Firewall. It turns your PC into a bot that sends  …

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Greek Dilemma No. xxx: Debt Restructuring or not?

Are we to restructure our budget deficit or not?  Is there a ‘secret agenda’ or not? Should we vote for local Mayors or for Strauss-Khan?  Is there conspiracy or not? Does Prime Minister agree with Deputy Prime Minister or doesn’t he? Shall I kill myself or immigrate? I am fed up with the …

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Greek PM: Warming up for Early Elections?

” I am not bluffing” (about the early elections) , said Greek Prime Minister Giorgos Papandreou Sunday in an interview to Real News newspaper. Of course, the interview was recorded earlier then Sunday Greek PM participated together with 20,000 at the Marathon Race. Papandreou spoke again about the possibility of …

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Athens: Sarkozy Bomb Plot ?

Greek police foiled four attempted parcel bomb attacks Monday, allegedly targeting French President Nicolas Sarkozy and three embassies in Athens, after one of the devices exploded at a delivery service, leaving a worker hospitalized with burns. Motorcycle police later detained two Greek men, aged 22 and 24, several hundred meters …

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Turkish Imvros: Vandals damage 78 Greek-Orthodox graves.

“Unknown” perpetrators vandalized 78 Greek-Orthodox graves in the cemetery on the Turkish Island of Imvros. It is  the first time in 20 years that such an unprecedented damage and to this extend occurs in the area. The vandalism occurred Friday, October 29, the day Turkey celebrates the anniversary of the Proclamation of …

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Strauss-Khan: Angry at IMF-officials renting expensive in Athens?

Is IMF-Chief Strauss-Khan really angry at IMF-officials in Greece renting an ultra-super expensive flat with a view in Athens?  OMG! I hope good ol’ boy Dominique did not read my article!   Greek Mega TV’s Washington correspondent reported that Strauss-Khan called his Athens IMF’s boys and girls and asked them to empty …

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Times-they are a changing: Summer Time Ends

Do not forget to change the time of your clocks tonight as the European Summer Time ends! Clocks will go back one hour  at 4 a.m. Sunday morning.  I bet you are familiar with the trick: clock shows 4 o’clock but it is 3 o’clock! What a Miracle…. If you set back your clocks …

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Turkey: Casus Belli against Greece remains in the Red Book

Greece could be a friendly country if only there were not these stupid problems…! This is more or less the message that Ankara tries to convey to Athens and the European Union through the revision of  the National Security Policy Document. Greece keeps the status of  “external threat to Turkey” and thecasus …

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Something is boiling in Greece….

No, it’s not the soup that boils on the stove neither the water in the teapot. It is the people’s anger that boils! Anger and fear that things will get worse.  It’s the anger triggered by the politicization of the upcoming local elections, on November 7. It’s the anger of  Greeks against the …

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You can bury the Greek Soldiers in Albania, can’t you?

Crammed into storages and churches of Northern Epirus,  in Albania, remain the bones of hundreds of Greek soldiers killed during the Greek-Italian war of 1940 – 1941.  Despite the agreement signed in 2008 between Greece  and  Albania, to create a second military cemetery on Albanian soil. The original request of the …

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