March 25, 2012

Long live the 25th March 1821

8 comments:

  1. Cheers!
    To the victory that was, and to a better future that will be. : )

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  2. The efforts and sacrifices of our ancestors are the pillars supporting our nation. There is no other way to honor them but through emulation.

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  3. The Greeks are now living once again under an unelected colonial government imposed by the EU. Some anniversary.

    It will all be over by 3/25/21. Maybe the Turks will take you back.

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  4. Viva La Revolution, Viva la Reunification! Only Greeks & Turks can reestablish the peace and new order under 3rd Roma roof. Turkey and Greek must unite to form a new federal government in Constantin`s City and ask other brothers to rejoin to this new unity. Bulgaria, Albania, Iraq, Armenia, Azerbaijan, Georgia, Kosovo, Serbia, Syria, Israel, Libya, Tunisia and many others must unify. We need one federal government, one federal army, one federal air-force and space force as well as federal navy. We should build our own federal bank and issue new monies for trade and living as human being. Sodexho kind monies for food, health and education but for sales there should be other money in exchange.

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  5. Viva La Revolution, Viva la Reunification! Only Greeks & Turks can reestablish the peace and new order under 3rd Roma roof. Turkey and Greek must unite to form a new federal government in Constantin`s City and ask other brothers to rejoin to this new unity. Bulgaria, Albania, Iraq, Armenia, Azerbaijan, Georgia, Kosovo, Serbia, Syria, Israel, Libya, Tunisia and many others must unify. We need one federal government, one federal army, one federal air-force and space force as well as federal navy. We should build our own federal bank and issue new monies for trade and living as human being. Sodexho kind monies for food, health and education but for sales there should be other money in exchange.

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  6. My wife I attended the Greek Independence Day March to show our support for Greece.

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  7. I'm late, but salutes to all the Greeks!

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