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Wednesday, 24 June 2015

‘Staying in Europe’

Hands open for a bag of food. But let us not spoil the image. The issue is ‘Staying in Europe’.
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 Hundred long lines for a plate of food. What the issue as long as we are ‘Staying in Europe’.
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  Congregation of hundreds of people, conflicts, pushing and shoving for a free ‘meal’, humans searching for food in dustbins. The issue for all of us to ‘Stay in Europe’.
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   It would be great if this was a plastic picture for Greece. Hopefully it would be a product of the ‘montage’ of some type of ‘antieuropean populism’
Unfortunately it is a real picture of millions of Greeks who have a different view than the ‘european ideal’, that which is sold by Theodorakis ‘Potami’ (River party)
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  This is the Greece whom naturally the locals don’t stay or its foreign dynasties. It’s been crushed by class interests which have been baptised as ‘national ideals’ from the forces of particular ‘populism’, ie the establishment.
This Greece where lines are formed for kilometres for a bag of tomatoes is the Greece of the stolen dignity of food kitchens and lines of homeless. Decaying Greece of the 1.5m unemployed. The Greece of homemade fires. The Greece of the thousands of young you emigrate abroad. The Greece of Ottoman style tax brigandry. The Greece of 700k that are underfed.
This is the Greece of ‘Staying in Europe’. Here there is no ‘creative ambiguity’...
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   In the Greece of ‘Staying in Europe’, they who threaten us that we will become... Zambia, are the same who have ensured that we have social and labour conditions akin to ...Somalia. For instance:
Millions of people who are found under the minimum level of poverty.
One million unemployed who are working and remain unpayed for up to 12 months. Extending the income policy of disparity amongst the richest and the poorest Greeks by 7.5%. A fact that brings Greece to the first decade of countries with the biggest disparities on a global level, to be challenging first place amongst Chile, Mexico and Turkey!
Thousands of workers in the private sector who instead of being paid a wage are paid by ...coupons so they can purchase items from supermarkets.
This is the Greece with which the ‘saviours’ with the flag of the permanent demonstrator Georgiadi they chant ‘We are Staying in Europe’...
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In the Greece of ‘Staying in Europe’ they who deceive the electorate and their supporters they paint their ‘rolex’s’ as ours and their Cayennes as ours are the same who have imposed Bulgarian wages.
7 out of 10 workers work for less that E1k a month. 
4 out 10 workers (40%) are paid less than E630net a month. 
30% of those insured in state system IKA (3 out of 10) have a monthly wage under or around the national minimum wage (E586) 
25% of the labour force is paid a wage lower than that of the unskilled worker.  
51% of the new labour contracts which are signed in the private sector are under  the regime of part time employment, under  E500 a month. 
Thousands of young up till 25 year old are working for 180 Euros a month for a 4hr work at E2.25 a day.
Thousands of workers in the private sector who instead of being paid a wage are paid by ...coupons so they can purchase items from supermarkets.

This is the Greece with which the ‘saviours’ with the flag of the permanent demonstrator Georgiadi they chant ‘We are Staying in Europe’...
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In Greece of ‘Staying in Europe’ the majority of the people is in a situation much worse than that of bankruptcy. Only one element can be seen: The final bills towards the banks, public sector and insurance coffers are more than the whole GDP of the country!
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This is the Greece with which the ‘saviours’ with the flag of the permanent demonstrator Georgiadi they chant ‘We are Staying in Europe’...
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 We are ‘Staying in Europe’ then. But a little honesty doesn’t do harm. Staying in Europe either in the form of ‘We Belong to the West’ or with the form of ‘negotiations’ which extends the old Memorandums and leads to ’47 pages’ to new MoU, is about a Europe which is called the ‘European Union’, is empowered by Schauble and has transformed Greece into Bulgaria (wages) transformed it into Somalia (levels of social justice) and has returned to levels of Ottoman (taxation).
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     We are ‘Staying in Europe’ then. But lets us not close our eyes. In this Greece of this ‘Europe’ the astonishing pictures provided show this precisely what large layers of the population live like.
They are pictures which were repeated many times over in Nea Smirni, in Peristeri, in Kolonos, Drapetsona, Nikaia, Menidi Elefsina and Thessaloniki.
Pictures which show reveal other things: Their hatred which they show towards these people all those who are full of ‘humanitarianism’, the so-called ladies of charity, who when you show them these pictures they rush to attack you for ...’populism’ (!) use idiocy as a defence starting from the barricades of Northern Mykonos but talking about ...North Korea and they respond: ‘We are Staying in Europe’...


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