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Ex Health Minister: If Greece bankrupts, women will become prostitutes and house-cleaners

Former Health Minister Adonis Georgiadis from conservative New Dimocracy was praising ex Prime Minister Antonis Samaras and attacking Prime minister Alexis Tsipras for being repsonsible of the ten plagues of Greece. Drawing with the darkest colors the impact of Tsipras’ policies he said that if the country bankrupcts, women will become prostitutes and house cleaners.

Georgiadis told Parapolitica FM, that one of his friends in Ukraine had told him that “in bankruptcy some women went working either as prostitutes or as cleaners.”

The ex HM said also that if Tsipras calls for elections, the banks will close and there will be looting in the streets.

“The moment someone will say the word ‘elections’, Draghi will immediately turn the switch off.”

However, Georgiadis refrained form revealing three important thing:

1. Who and with what money somebody will pay the cleaners and the prostitutes in case of bankruptcy.

2. What will happen to the men…

3. Why is it a shame to be a house cleaner

And furthermore, apparently Georgiadis has not read the BBC article of January 2015, according to which, “married women seek to work in brothels due to economic crisis.” Yes, in Greece that has not “bankrupted” yet due to syriza…

PS such phenomena of verbal looseness we describe in Greece as “storm in the brain”.

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16 comments

  1. Somebody from Greeks can correct me but isn’t the old Greek saying “If Gods wants somebody to destroy it make him mad” 🙂

  2. Giaourti Giaourtaki

    And no one can afford his “books”, he should be more busy in translating his “books” so tourist can enjoy them too and feed sea-birds with their vomit

  3. I like that phrase, “storm in the brain”. I will use it occasionally with your permission.

  4. This mans assumptions of women smell of MISOGYNY to me:
    So I wonder –

    MONO I YENEKES
    SOLO LE DONNE – Italian.
    *translation:
    ONLY THE WOMEN

    THA YINIS KE ESI MALAKISMENOS
    COSI FARAI DEGERATE – Italian
    *translation
    SO WILL YOU DEGENERATE
    *
    I love it how –
    THE WOMEN WILL BECOME FALLEN –
    IT IS ALWAYS THE WOMEN IN A DESCENT SOCIETY WHO WILL FIND THEIR WAY TO THE DEVIANT LIFE OF PROSTITUTION.
    * What about the guys ?
    * They have no vices ?

    What exactly is worng with being a cleaner ?
    Except that the pay is to low for the work carried out.
    It is honest work.

    • The reason is that men such as Georgiadis cannot find any useful work to do, such as cleaning or sex services. They expect to be paid large sums of money for shouting endless nonsense about politics, and being employed as political front men for concealed business and other interests.

  5. 4. Why is it a shame to work as a prostitute?

    • keeptalkinggreece

      it is allegedly the oldest profession of the work. however given the aspect of human trafficking it is a long story to explain if it is a shame or not

    • in a few countries (such as Sweden) the shame is placed on the men who use prostitutes, rather than on the women themselves. This is beyond the limited grasp of crooks such as Georgiadis and their backward mentality.

      • In other countries it’s a perfectly legal, recognised job, including social security payments and their very own trade union Aprosmig (Brazil)”De Rode Draad” (Netherlands), Sex Workers’ Syndicate (Switzerland), Italian League for the Defence of Prostitutes (Italy) etc. Whether you agree with this or not is besides the point. What this does do is take the women out of illegality and gives them some sort of protection, social as well as health protection. And it takes them out of the clasws of political neantherthalers like Georgiadis…

        • Giaourti Giaourtaki

          But in reality more than 95% are forced, given polls that figure out of 4 men 3 use prostitutes societies are full of rapists; no wonder that the myth “oldest profession” was created by men.

          • i would say that what’s shameful is human trafficking and the fact that prostitution is illegal, therefore making it difficult to have legal protection for the people who are forced to it, nevermind the ones who aren’t…

  6. Tourists will pay. Not unlikely considering that tourism is one of the very few economic branches that would survive a national currency.

    Mocking these dark predictions is like laughing about warning signs.

    • Giaourti Giaourtaki

      “It would be a catastrophe for the one sector that is doing well” (Greece’s tourism chief Andreas Andreadis)