Friday, 31 August 2012

Wrong information, misinformation or Propaganda?

Wednesday, 29 August 2012


Sunday, 26 August 2012

The antidote to today's dead end: Definition of Hellenism

Definition of Hellenism, from the upcoming article: Why Greece (Hellas) must fall

Hellenism: set of values focused to elevate man, puts him at the center of the universe, making even the Gods subjected to human frailty, and man himself "far above all material things". Not affected by external factors, it does not change its course because there is no central planning, marches haughtily, idifferent for the existance of rival ideas, and this is why it is not vengeful. Does not proselytize, does not select fans and followers. It is universal-human, everyone who comes in contact with it becomes an apostle without an obligation to follow some standard or doctrine. It is a machine put forward by the Greeks (Hellenes) and has since then, been operated alone, independent, powered by all the bright and restless spirits who share its ideas, conciously or unconciously. It is everywhere and always, in space and time so it si UNSTOPPABLE!
The main thing is that Hellenism is a constantly evolving process.

Monday, 20 August 2012

The Push to Ignite a Turkish Civil War Through a Syrian Quagmire

by Mahdi Darius Nazemroaya

Turkey itself is a major target for destabilization, upheaval, and finally balkanization through its participation in the US-led siege against Syria. Ankara has burned its bridges in Syria for the sake of its failing neo-Ottoman regional policy. The Turkish government has actively pursued regime change, spied on Syria for NATO and Israel, violated Syrian sovereignty, supported acts of terrorism and lawlessness, and provided logistical support for the insurgency inside Syria.
Any chances of seeing some form of Turkish regional leadership under neo-Ottomanism have faded. Turkey’s southern borders have been transformed into intelligence and logistical hubs for the CIA and the Mossad in the process, complete with an intelligence “nerve centre” in the Turkish city of Adana. Despite Turkey’s denials, reports about Adana are undeniable and Turkish officers have also been apprehended in covert military operations against the Syrian Arab Republic. The Turkish Labour Party has even demanded that the US General Consul in Adana be deported for “masterminding and leading the activities of Syrian terrorists.” Mehmet Ali Ediboglu and Mevlut Dudu, two Turkish MPs, have also testified that foreign fighters have been renting homes on Turkey’s border with Syria and that Turkish ambulances have been helping smuggle weapons for the insurgents inside Syria.
Turkish Regional Isolation
If the Syrian state collapses, neighbouring Turkey will be the biggest loser. Turkish Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdogan and his government are foolishly aligning Turkey for disaster. Aside from Ankara’s historically bad relations with Armenia, Erdogan has managed to singlehandedly alienate Russia and three of Turkey’s most important neighbours. This has damaged the Turkish economy and disrupted the flow of Turkish goods. There have been clamp downs on activists too in connection with Turkey’s policy against Damascus. The freedom of the Turkish media has been affected as well; Erdogan has moved forward with legislation to restrict media freedoms. Prime Minister Erdogan and Turkish Foreign Minister Ahmet Davutoglu have even both attacked “reporters who quoted President Assad’s statements in Cumhuriyet, accusing them of treason, because they had questioned the official Turkish account of the Turkish jet shot down by in [sic.] Syria [for spying].”
To Turkey’s eastern flank tensions are building between it and both Iraq and Iran. Baghdad is reviewing its diplomatic ties with the Turkish government, because Ankara is encouraging the Kurdistan Regional Government in Northern Iraq to act independently of Iraq’s federal government. Erdogan’s government has done this partially as a result of Baghdad’s steadfast opposition to regime change in Syria and in part because of Iraq’s strengthening alliance with Iran. Tehran on the other hand has halted the visa-free entry of Turkish citizens into Iran and warned the Turkish government that it is stroking the flames of a regional fire in Syria that will eventually burn Turkey too.
Growing Internal Divisions in Turkey
Despite all the patriotic speeches being made by the Turkish government to rally the Turkish people against Syria, Turkey is a much divided nation over Erdogan’s hostilities with Damascus. A significant portion of the Grand National Assembly of Turkey or Turkish Meclis and Turkey’s opposition parties have all condemned Erdogan for misleading the Turkish people and stirring their country towards disaster. There is also growing resentment amongst the citizens of Turkey about Erdogan’s cooperation with the US, NATO, Israel, and the Arab dictatorships – like Qatar and Saudi Arabia – against the Syrians and others. The majority of Turkish citizens oppose Turkish ties to Israel, the hosting of NATO facilities in Turkey, the missile shield project, and cooperation with the US in the Middle East.  
The Republican People’s Party, Turkey’s second largest political party and its main opposition party, has condemned the government in Ankara over Syria. Their leader, Kemal Kilicdaroglu, has openly accused Prime Minister Erdogan of interfering in the internal affairs of Syria.  Kilicdaroglu has been joined by Turkey’s other political parties in the condemnations of Erdogan and his ruling Justice and Development Party. Devlet Bahceli, the leader of the Nationalist Movement Party, has warned the Turkish government not to drag their country into a war with Syria through intervention. “Some Western countries have put pressure on Turkey for an intervention in Syria. Turkey should not fall into this trap,” Bahceli, who leads the third largest Turkish political party, has warned Erdogan according to the Turkish press. The Peace and Democracy Party, which is the fourth largest Turkish political party, has also clarified that it is against war with Syria. The politician Selahattin Demirtas, who is one of the leaders of the Peace and Democracy Party, has warned that any military intervention by Ankara in Syria would drag Turkey into a broader regional war. Hasan Basri Ozbey, the deputy leader of the Turkish Labour Party, has announced that his political party will file a complaint against Turkish President Abdullah Gul with the Turkish Meclis and the Turkish Higher Court to prosecute Gul, because the Labour Party “has clear evidence that [Gul] incited terrorism and war on Syria and signed a secret agreement with the United States, which alone is grounds for trial.” Mustafa Kamalak, the leader of the Felicity Party, has even led a Turkish delegation to visit Bashar Al-Assad to show their support for Syria and opposition to Erdogan’s policies.
The mobilization of the Turkish military on the Syrian border as a show of force is a psychological tactic to scare the Syrian regime. Any large-scale military operations against the Syrians would be very dangerous for Turkey and could fragment the Turkish Armed Forces. Segments of the Turkish military are at odds with the Turkish government and the military itself is divided over Turkish foreign policy. Erdogan does not even trust half of Turkey’s own military leaders and has arrested forty of them for planning to overthrow him.  How can he send such a force to even attack neighbouring Syria or think that he can control it during a broader war?
The Dangers of “Blowback” from Syria
While Turkey is trumpeting that it will not allow Kurdish militias to establish bases in northern Syria, the Turkish government is actually facilitating this itself.  There is a real risk of “blowback” from Syria for Turkey. Like Syria, Turkey is a kaleidoscope of various peoples and faiths. The people of Turkey are held together by the primacy of the Turkish language and a shared citizenship. Turkey’s minorities constitute at the very minimum one-third of the country. A significant proportion of Turkey’s minority communities have ties to Syria, Iraq, or Iran.
Saturday, 18 August 2012

A letter from a Greek pilot, father of 3 children

Bahrain 06.08.12

Dear friends,

I write this letter not as father of 3 children that,  I want to bequeath to them a free homeland , proud and with future,  values and ideals and maybe some assets, which today still belong to us, nor as a son, brother, grandson, and uncle to see my own people to lose their past, present and future.

I am writing, as a Greek that I see the crimes committed  in my country for the last 2 years, Italy, and  Spain today and your country tomorrow, with victims not only  the Greek people as a whole,  but also the annihilation of Greece, its history and the end of Hellenism.  And all I did, was to stare with sadness and apathy, watching them destroying, households, economies and countries. They are killing us all. 
There must be a revolution, but not with guns, stones and violence. We must force the International Criminal Court,  to activate the procedures to investigate the crimes against the Greeks, paving possibly the path to save the whole of humanity. When did the politicians tell us what UNITES us as humans? They only tell us what DIVIDES us.
Let’s use their means. There must be a communicative ‘ war ‘, so all people know  what is really going on,  leaving aside our differences imposed by political parties, religion, casts, football or other non-sence, while others benefit, by creating wars, destroying and by restructuring  countries, foreclosuring homes they sold to you by providing loans out of thin air money, while putting their hands on your country’s wealth and natural resources.
In the following  website of wikipedia, you will see a list of countries by their external debt. I will not comment on the fact that Greece is far behind in rank yet needed,  “rescuing”, while countries , top in the list, with several trillion debt each, do not need anything. I will just mention this: looking at the list, we see that all the countries are moving around by lending, even countries rich in oil, or with heavy industry such as Germany and that almost all, are heavy in debts.

And why  Greece, 2% of EU GDP,  is the daemon we must burn? Because it followed the same recipe?  Change the recipe, then. What did we do that was so terrible? Absolutely nothing. We just had the “misfortune” to have a unique land which,  some have decided to ravage. To succeed, however, was necessary to allay yet deceive us and they used all means possible. The dissolution of the education, the replacement of the mother and upbringing of  children by the vicious TV, the fictitious prosperity and taking away our savings,  the libel, the grueling austerity measures and  psychological violence, unemployment and the collapse of the economies. We all know very well, the success of a business besides the good product, requires the 3 following:  location, location, location. Well, Greece has both. Product and Location.


Do not adopt the spectator’s syndrom. Banks and Banksters are responsible for what is going on, although Politicians have the full responsibility. We vote and pay them to be civil servants, or else must be punished.

We need YOU. We cannot spell SUCCESS without the letter U. Every individual is a U.
When your turn comes will be nobody left to speak for you. For this, we must all together enter into the battle for the salvation of Greece and your nations tomorrow, by the means of  the International Criminal Court and bring fraudsters into justice for crimes against Greece and the Greek people and restore real democracy.

The war nowadays, is not done by soldiers in tanks but by men in suites in banks and political offices and various lobbies. The fear has some usefulness,  cowardice, has none,  M. Gandhi, said. All of us, with a spine left in our backs, must not be timids and lets stand upright, because our children and generations to come, will  grow up spineless,  like plankton in the sea or straw in the air. PARASITES!!!!!!!!!

As a first step, in this communication and legal war, I invite you to, please read, sign and pass on, the petition on the link below,  to the Prosecutor of the International Criminal Court, to activate examination of crimes against Greece and Greek people  and punish the culprits. Not to be limited only to this. Learn and update, consider yourself other simple ways to be active and put pressure on the courts and implement them. Notify, all who you know about that, just as I am now doing  on this initiative.

Neither smarter nor more Patriot I am of you. I was born and I want to die, Anthropos, Greek and Free.

Honored  you read this,

Anastasios A. Kalogiropoulos
Saturday, 11 August 2012


Tuesday, 7 August 2012

This is why they "HIT" Greece!

The German media group Axel Springer AG has vital interests and corporate relations in Turkey. This is the company that owns the newspaper Bild, which for many months is mud campaigning against  Greece, and this has cost the country's image. Fewof us, however, could assume that over the defense of German interests, the aim of the newspaper is the denigration of Greek tourism, which greatly favors the competitors of our country. Among them, of course, also include the neighboring Turkey and the practitioners and the tourism industry group Dogan Yayin Holding, which publishes the Hurriyet, the Milliyet, and other print forms. 
The ties between the two corporate giants, as the ETHNOS newspaper informs, are not limited to 10% of the shares held by the Germans. There is a broader strategic alliance, which is reflected by the participation of the Director of Bild,  Kai Diekmann, in the board of the newspaper Hurriyet, which belongs to Dogan. 

Kai Diekmann

Indeed, relations between the two groups could be even closer if the project went on increasing the proportion of Germans in 25%, but was canceled when the Turkish giant was fined 3.75 billion Turkish lira for tax evasion in 2009. Note that in 2011, the year he escalated the attacks of  Bild to Greece, investment of Dogan family added a large tourist units in Asia Minor, in areas that are directly competitive with the popular Greek destinations in the Aegean. 


Sunday, 5 August 2012