- Published on Friday, 04 May 2012 22:04
- Written by Christina Salemi
For approximately the last three years, Greece has been making headlines all over the world, and the general impression has been that the Greek government has been fighting tooth and nail to save the country from bankruptcy and ruin. In actual fact though, things couldn't be more different, because, in reality, Greece's alleged saviours are the same people who all this time have been fighting to bring the country and its people to their knees,and have unfortunately been very successful in their endeavors.
Specifically, since 2009, Greece has fallen prey to a handful of criminals who intentionally and following a detailed plan, have been tearing the country apart. Unfortunately, to this day no one has managed to stop them. Due to the situation described above, in recent months and as a final attempt to save the country, two appeals have been sent to the International Criminal Court, while hundreds of Greek citizens have already requested that the Prosecutor in charge stop the execution of one of the most heinous crimes of contemporary history: the destruction of a country which is a symbol of western civilization from antiquity to this day is priceless, but who, at the present time, find themselves wretched, humiliated, exhausted, impoverished and abased, due to the political and state leadership of the country.
Therefore, it is obvious that these appeals involve crimes against humanity and genocide being currently perpetrated. Genocide may possibly sound too harsh a term, and such a crime being committed in modern Greece, a member of the European Union, may beggar belief, but exaggeration is not an issue here. Read this summary and the communications, view the evidence and be the judge of the validity of the allegations yourselves.
There may be no gas chambers as some people ironically remark when they hear the word genocide, but there are other modern methods used, such as the shock doctrine, psychological as well as physical violence, financial warfare, continued violation of basic human rights, propaganda and others, which, combined, actually fetch much 'better' results than gas chambers, and without a doubt lead to rapid population decline, and the final goal, which is, the extermination of the population. Another means employed to contribute to the rapid decline of the indigenous population is islamification of the country, a vehicle which can single-handedly destroy Greece, due to its multiple chain-reaction effects. In particular, on account of recent legislation combined with inefficient guarding of the borders, the country has turned into a magnet for all the world's underprivileged, discontent people, most of which are muslims originating from Africa and Asia, which Greece neither has been nor will be in a position to care for, but is also barred from allowing to enter Europe.(Dublin II)
To this day, the use of all the above mentioned means has resulted in, amongst other things, a drastic increase in: sense of insecurity, crime-rates, abortions, negative birthrates, suicides, disease both physical and mental, deaths from un-natural causes, mass migration of mostly young Greek people abroad, and the alteration and deterioration of the local population.
Therefore, not only are these means exceptionally effective but, compared to gas chambers, they have an unparalleled advantage: the detection of their existence, aims, power and effectiveness is very difficult.
Because results are what matters, taking a look at Greece today is proof that the "weapons" of choice were appropriate and used efficiently. Some of these results they achieved in the last two years are: the country is shunned from the markets and has become a laughing stock, it has lost any semblance of standing and sovereignty, and despite debt restructuring is practically bankrupt. Governmental lending has skyrocketed and the public debt is unsustainable, business indexes and the market have collapsed, GDP has shrunk by approximately 12%, the value of state property has reached rock-bottom, tens of thousands of businesses have closed, unemployment is up by 242% and for the first time in Greek history, those employed are fewer than those with no source of income at all. The majority of the population live below the poverty line, and every day, more and more people no longer have access to food, shelter, medicine and medical care. The centre of Athens is now a ghetto, schools and hospitals are closing, parents are forced to take their children to orphanages as they can no longer afford to care for them while pupils go without books, which used to be supplied free by the state, and faint in school due to starvation. The Greek energy system has collapsed, there are power shortages, and tourism, which is the country's 'heavy industry' has received a great blow. Long forgotten diseases have reappeared due to the influx of illegal immigrants, poverty and insufficient medical care and big cities are swarming with homeless people. There is a reign of terror over society, the dignity of the Greek nation has been smashed to pieces and the country is suffering from depression. And this is only the beginning......
NOTE: To the present, many people have survived by any means they could, whether that involved living on the savings they still had ,selling off their assets, relying on their family, exchanging products and services, or surviving on solidarity alone, as society has instantly become more sensitive to its weaker members and takes care of them. In this framework soup kitchens, food banks, social groceries, clinics and pharmacies have sprouted up all over the country and distribute free products and services to anybody in need. In order for these social networks to be established (food banks,clinics etc) Greece has received help from abroad. From the Diaspora, from the Church of Cyprus and Russia, from organizations such as Doctors Without Borders, Doctors of the World, etc. Taking into consideration that the adverse consequences on the economy and society increase exponentially, soon, not even these HUMILIATING models of survival will work.
CONCLUSION: From everything mentioned above, it is more than obvious that in Greece, not only are there crimes against humanity being committed, which nobody has disputed to this moment, but also genocide itself, which is currently in full swing and is punishable by the ICC, (as are crimes against humanity and war crimes). In order to disperse any doubts, see how it is described in the Rome Statute of the International Criminal Court:
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