Παρασκευή, 28 Δεκεμβρίου 2012

greece's slow death. christmas or not.

christmas did not come this year.
for the first time after a loooong tradition little children did not come out on christmas eve to sing the traditional carols knocking on people's doors and earning a symbolic sum of money or some traditional treat.

what door to knock on, when the vast majority are locked up inside their homes deep inside their anxiety, calculating the disappearing income VS an increasing cost of living, which is carefully planned to progressively reach skyhigh levels for all basic goods, including, during this special and sensitive time of year, petrol, electricity et al.

the government(?) --which by the way is busy selling out the country and murdering its people, represents a mere 29% of the actual population (based on the voting percentages of last summer's elections; who knows what those look like now), but, more importantly, worthily represents the will of foreign political [read: economic] nuclei who impose their agenda here as well as in many other parts of this world because they can-- has zero care about

--the humanitarian crisis in this country [in progress for the last 2 years]
--over 3,000 suicides of desperate citizens over the same period for clearly stated financial reasons
--increasing numbers of citizens searching for food in garbage cans or, in the best case, waiting in line for a meal provided by the orthodox church
--elementary school pupils who faint in class due to lack of food, or schools that close down because they cannot afford to pay for their heating during the winter
--specific reported cases of deaths caused by burning wood for heating, due to lack of money for the purchase of petrol

the list can go on.
the nwo agenda has to be implemented, no matter what, as became clear during 2011 and '12, when the regime just carried on and on, loyal to their international masters, despite the huge manifestations that shook up the country from north to south (which were violently and brutally suppressed of course, showing urbi et orbi just what the system is capable of).

again, a reminder: is this about debt? really? again, just what is global debt? who owes to whom?

and, more importantly, just what kind of actions are justified [decided, carried out, imposed etc.] in its name? who gets to decide on life and death, and how far does this go?
.....................

these are the faces of the three human(?) beings, the politicians whose happy coalition is governing(?) greece right now. enjoy.






PD. this morning, in a casual walk in the neighborhood, we spotted several used condoms in the middle of the street, nice festive evidence of an increased prostitution and the consequent f* spree going on just anywhere now, in the neighborhoods, amidst houses and schools, on streets where people-children-residents of all ages pass by, yet another decadent element of the current reality. merry christmas, right.

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