|The translation reads “Revolution first and always”|
Here’s a thought: Maybe now, people won’t be so quick to judge the Greeks as being barbarians after recent events in London eh?
Take a look at these two YouTube links:
Now, this one deals with an intelligent young student, explaining why she protests. Admittedly it is reported without any violence erupting, but listen to what she actually says. She makes reference to anarchy – note she does not support anarchy.
Then we have this one: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=sXcI-NL3Tro
Without being direspectful to the UK public being affected by what’s going on, I’m sorry but I laughed at this girl till I wept.
“I’m getting my taxes back,” her justification for taking off with a handful of goods.
Yes, I had no words but to laugh a little hysterically I’m afraid. Oh, and btw – Waterstones book shop left alone? Why am I not suprised?
So, think twice, please, before you judge these ‘barbarian’ Greeks. Maybe you should be looking a little closer to home. And before you become critical of the policing in the UK, be glad you don’t live in a city where they police like this:
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZZkiu25nfuc Reporter shouting in Greek “Shame on you for beating up a 15 year old kid!”
The ‘fog’ is tear gas – regularly used here. And it’s not nice, it first clogs your throat, then the eyes start to stream.
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