Auch in Deutschland möglich:

Possible in Germany as well.

Ich finde es zuverlässiger als Abhängigkeiten vom  (T)Euro. Hier wird getauscht  mi t Waren und Dienstleistungen . Griechen gehen neue Wege in die Unabhängigkeit.

This is better than Euro: Exchange of Goods and trades and skills. Greek people invent new ways of self sufficiency.




Die Beerdigung- the funeral

Ein sehr bewegender Moment; die Beerdigung des sich selbst getöteten 72jährigen Mannes aus Athen! Hier in Deutschland haben die Medien davon geschrieben das er sich wegen seiner Schulden getötet hat! Doch das ist die Unwahrheit; die Wahrheit ist, daß er ein Zeichen setzen wollte! Zitat aus seinem Brief: “Da ich ein Alter habe,dass mir nicht die koerperliche Kraft gibt einer starken Reaktion……finde ich keinen anderen Weg,fuer ein wuerdevolles Ende,bevor ich anfange im Muell nach Lebensmitteln zu suchen.”


Today a 77 year old retired man committed suicide in Syntagma square, Greece. He left a letter before he shot himself. Bellow is the link with the picture and a rough translation of the letter.

The Tsolakoglou* occupation government literally
nullified my ability to survive with a decent pension,
which I had to pay (without government aid) for 35 years.

Since I am of an age that prevents me from giving a substantial response
(without of course ruling out the possibility of following a kalashnikov-wielding Greek),
I cannot find any choice other than a dignified end, before I would have to resort
to rooting through the garbage for my nutritional needs.

I believe that the youth without a future will one day take up arms and hang the national traitors upside down at the syntagma square, as the Italians did in 1945 with Mussolini (Piazzale Loreto of Milan)

[*Georgios Tsolakoglou was a Greek military officer who became the first
Prime Minister of the Greek collaborationist government during the Axis Occupation
in 1941-1942.]


governance of the border-free Schengen area and in particular the problems they are experiencing with Greece, the main gateway to Europe for 80% of “illegal migrants” (more than 60,000 caught at the border between Greece and Turkey in 2011).

This Council, at which only home affairs items will be discussed, will be more political than legislative. After their debate, the ministers will adopt conclusions drafted by the Danish EU Presidency on future ‘guidelines’ for Schengen governance, meant to be the stepping stone to agreements by June 2012. They will hold two other debates, one on the ‘Greek problem’ and the other on cooperation on migration with third countries, in particular Morocco, Libya and Turkey.