Παρασκευή, 23 Νοεμβρίου 2018

GERMAN GOVERNANCE


GERMAN GOVERNANCE

Horst Seehofer’s (CSU) German joke is well known, who after his defeat in Bavaria should have gotten back to German stringency: "The Bavarians should have governed the Greeks".

Since the officials and those responsible, the ones governing and the opposition did not answer it, I must note; without spending too much time.

For the past two hundred years, there were many periods of time that they were ruling. Let’s not elaborate on the specification of these periods. But they also ruled more recently. That's why we do not have to look back in history. We went through it.

So you ruled with your people through Siemens in Munich. Like the USA in Chile with ITT.
Just one reminder: Money from Siemens were given to Tsoukatos[1], to PASOK, when 2-3 thousand young people left this degenerated structure (more details in “ΑΠΟ ΤΟ ΠΑΣΟΚ ΣΤΟ ΚΚΚΑΣΟΡ- Ο ΕΚΦΥΛΙΣΜΟΣ ΕΝΟΣ ΙΣΤΟΡΙΚΟΥ ΕΓΧΕΙΡΗΜΑΤΟΣ”, Michalis Charalambidis, 2009, Stravon Publications).

At the time, in the upcoming elections the money were given to the regional media under one condition: "Broadcast whoever you want but not him". By “him” they meant myself.

Obviously, if we go back to other historical periods, places and topics, I mean Vianno, Distomo, Chortiatis, Paramythia[2] or Ionia and the Pontos, German ruling had other characteristics. The first and second Nuremberg. It is quite clear what I mean.

Maybe one of those who I call them Hellenic-Germans (more details in “ΕΛΛΗΝΙΚΗ ΠΟΛΙΤΙΚΗ ΠΑΙΔΕΙΑ-Η ΠΟΛΙΤΙΚΗ ΩΣ ΑΝΩΤΕΡΗ ΤΕΧΝΗ”, Michalis Charalambidis, Stravon Publications) should consult Seehofer and others like him that they better be silent. In other words, to grip them off.

My attitude towards bad governance here is well known. That is, for your people.
Finally, let's not extend to «Pillage (Λεία)» as a beloved Hellenic-German[3] referred to, who left us recently. That is, one of those who one can really speak with. It is worth to build Europe.

HIM - Michalis Charalambidis




[1]Theodoros Tsoukatos: the right had of Kostas Simitis, Prime Minister of Greece at the time.
[2]Places of Nazi-German attrocities during WWII in Greece.
[3]Günter Wilhelm Grass referred to Greek antiquities in German Museums as “Pillage”.