Thursday , April 18 2019

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EU President H.v.Rompuy: “I’m sexy!” (video!)

I had been thinking during the last hours to post something “light” to escape from the misery of the last days in Greece and the depressive posts in KTG. It was hard to find a cute stuff topic though… Until He came to save me! Herman van Rompuy, President of the …

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Greece: E.Coli in Frozen Minced Meat Made in Germany

CONSUMERS’ WARNING: Greece  Scientific Council of Food Control (EFET) has order the withdrawal of  MARVEST deep frozen Minced Meat and Cevapcici. In routine controls, the EFET has detected the pathogenic becterium Escherichia Coli ( E.Coli ) 0157. According to EFET, it is not the same strain that caused deaths in …

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Political Party Files Lawsuit Against Greek Police on Tear-Gas & Violence

A lawsuit was filed on Friday morning against the Greek Police EL.AS by Alexis Tsipras, leader of the of the left-wing political party SYRIZA with 9 seats in the Greek Parliament. Tsipras submitted to the prosecutor of the Supreme Court photographs and 38 video footage and eye witnesses testimonies documenting the excessive …

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Eurogroup Meeting on Greece per Teleconference! Next Time on Twitter?

The extraordinary meeting of the Eurogroup, scheduled for July 3rd will not take place with the physical presence of the Eurozone Finance Ministers but it will be replaced by a teleconference.  According to Greek economic news portal Capital.gr, Guy Schuller, spokesman of Eurozone Chief Jean-Claude Juncker, said that “The meeting will …

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German SIXT Ads Claim Rent-a-Car, Pay in Drachmas

I think it’s high time we start boycotting some German companies in Greece and worldwide, specifically one. That is SIXT rent-a-car  for ‘misleading advertisement, deceiving consumers, lack of taste and … pure stupidity’.  The German management of the company had the genius inspiration to give the green light of an Ad …

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Greek Police Union Apologizes for the Violence

President of the Policemen Union (POASY) G. Fotopoulos publicly apologized for the extensive use of violence by police on Wednesday.  Fotopoulos apologized in  radio programmes in the morning, he repeated his regrets in the on television in the afternoon. “I apologize from the public. That’s a shame!” he said and accused the political …

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“Indignant” Greeks Return to Syntagma, June 30

“Indignant” Greeks returned to Syntagma Square and took place in front of the Parliament on Thursday afternoon to protest austerity. People keep flocking despite the violent crack down and the tones of tear gas of Wednesday. Labour unions from private and public sector GESSE and ADEDY have also a planned protest …

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Greek Citizens’ Protection Minister Finally Speaks Out (video)

After two days of excessive use of violence, tear gas and suffocation, we finally saw Greece Citizens’ Protection Minister. Christos Papoutsis stood up and spoke and cleared the misunderstandings and “Oh, all these claims about huge clouds of tear gas. Papoutsis made his point and said: “The huge cloud of tear gas …

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“Breath-Taking” Athens: The Day After with Shocking Videos

“Orders! They had orders!” Mina is very upset on the phone this morning. “They had orders to destroy the peaceful protests!” Mina is a middle aged friend, who calls me early in the morning to discuss Wednesday’s incidents. Mina, as the majority of the Greeks are totally shocked about the …

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Greek Police Spreads Horror in Tourist Area (video)

Can you imagine you sit in a tourists district of Athens, 1,5 km away from rioting and clashing Syntagma Square, and a police squad on motorbikes drives on a pedestrians street on high speed? And while you looked at them stunned and with open mouth, they even drop a flash grenade? …

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Max Keiser: Papandreou is the Greek “Ceauşescu”

Somebody is really mad about what happened in Athens on Wednesday and the unprecedented use of tears gas even expired one (see picture below). Interesting is the fact that he is not even Greek. He is Max Keiser, the famous American broadcaster,  film-maker, and former equities broker  and  host of  “Keiser …

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