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Survey: 1:4 Greeks Would Hurl Eggs anf Yogurt Against Politicians

 Uncertainty and fear for the future, continuous hikes and taxes, unemployment and  wage cuts, arm the citizens’ hands who are ready to ‘explode’ against the politicians at the first opportunity. Reactions such as attacks with eggs and yogurt, and even the use of force against the politicians are considered by many as “effective practices”. The …

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Merkel “Threatens” Europeans Citizens With “Competitiveness”

This is a warning to all European citizens. German Chancellor Angela Merkel urged euro-zone members on Thursday to become more competitive. Taking economically depressive Greece as example, ‘competitiveness’ in Merkel’s mind means ‘peanuts’ for wages and some ‘bread crumbles’ as social benefits. It means harsh austerity without one single euro for …

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Patras: Farmers Distribute Potatoes and Eggs Free of Charge

Despite the rain, farmers from the area of Patras brought four tons of potatoes, lettuce, cabbage and fresh eggs and ditributed them to the residents of the city in Western Greece.  The farmers decided to launch this symbolic action in order to protest the fact that they have not received yet …

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Protesters Hurl Eggs at PASOK MPs in Athens Bar (video)

Twelve PASOK MPs met at a bar in downtown Athens to discuss the political situation ahead the possible change in the party leadership.  However a group of 15 young people …invaded the bar and the friendly chat turned into a noisy mess. The protesters hurled eggs, bottles, yogurt and even one or two stones …

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My Prefect Greek Cheese-Spinach Pies for Lazy!

I think it’s high time to post a food recipe – some blog visitor has even complained that “he will have to eat my Christmas stuff until Eastern” if I don’t add new recipes…. I think his complain reached me four weeks ago lol. On the occasion of possible Carnival …

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Greece: Striking workers throw eggs at Transport Ministry.

Athenians experienced another day of traffic distress as metro and urban trains were halted for five hours. The striking workers found a creative way to demonstrate and cover the long distances between Athens downtown (Greek Parliament) and the Transport Ministry. They rode motorbikes and honked in triumph through the streets of …

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My Prefect Greek Hearty and Quick Casserole, when it’s cold outside

I have been pending between a post about Moody’s close surveillance of Greek banks (too yuck for weekend), my recipe of Pumpkin Pie ( too much of writing), freezing temperatures in Northern Greece (too hm…), lack of information due to Greek media 48h strike (too boring…) and something light and quick as I’m …

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