Von Harald Schumann Griechenland muss sparen, und das sieht so aus: Krebskranke bleiben ohne Hilfe, Polio kehrt zurück, Diabetiker erblinden. Georgis Vichas berichtet aus der Praxis. GIORGIOS VICHAS, 53, ist Arzt und Herzspezialist in einem Athener Krankenhaus. Nebenbei leitet er seit vier Jahren eine Poliklinik, wo Ärzte und andere medizinische Fachkräfte in ihrer Freizeit allen … Continue reading Ein griechischer Arzt berichtet : „Wer kein Geld hat, der stirbt“
Ukrainian troops outside the town of Andreyevskoe near Slaviyansk, Donetsk Region, where local residents blocked a column of Ukrainian Army armored personnel carriers. (RIA Novosti / Mikhail Voskresenskiy) About 400 elite mercenaries from the notorious US private security firm Academi (formerly Blackwater) are taking part in the Ukrainian military operation against anti-government protesters in … Continue reading 400 US mercenaries ‘deployed on ground’ in Ukraine military op
Les révélations explosives d'un ancien diplomate grec. Un ancien diplomate grec, Leonidas Chrysanthopoulos, s'est confié depuis qu'il a démissionné de son poste aux ministère grec des affaires étrangères. Notamment avec des journalistes de Newstatesman et Millstonenews. Il prédit une insurrection sociale et des manifestations violentes en Grèce et indique que le gouvernement aurait engagé BlackWater, … Continue reading Grèce : un ancien diplomate grec prédit l’insurrection sociale et des manifestations sanglantes
It is always enlightening to hear the frank assessment of a diplomat upon leaving the service, once unshackled from "the patriotic art of lying for one's country", as 19th Century American journalist Ambrose Bierce described the craft. Leonidas Chrysanthopoulos was a career diplomat with the Greek foreign ministry. As a junior officer with the service … Continue reading Greece: “A promise from the army has been obtained to not intervene against a civil uprising” Explosive revelations from a former Greek diplomat.
By Barbara Van Haute In December, Millstone published my interview with former Greek Ambassador to Canada, Leonidas Chrysanthopoulos. The interview was initiated because I was curious about the impact of financial austerity policies on a struggling populace and Greece was the most obvious place to look for evidence. I published the Ambassador’s responses verbatim. I … Continue reading Muddy Water in Greece: Millstone Interview Makes a Ripple
On the occasion of recent developments in Greece, Telepolis spoke to the Greek Ambassador Leonidas Chrysanthopoulos. The restless diplomat has been involved since some time with EPAM, one of the many organizations that have been fighting against the austerity measures. The leader of EPAM, the economist Dimitris Kazakis speaks on a daily basis on radio … Continue reading A MERCENARY FORCE TO PROTECT POLITICIANS Excerpts from an interview given by Ambassador Leonidas Chrysanthopoulos to the German TELEPOLIS (Vasilis Asvestopoulos) on February 7, 2013
By Barbara Van Haute Editorial Note: Of all the nations experiencing traumatic economic difficulties during the course of the current Great Recession, Greece has suffered the most adverse consequences. The country’s five year economic problems have been longer and deeper than that of any developed country. In fact, Greece has gone through a catastrophic depression … Continue reading Ambassador Leonidas Chrysanthopoulos on the Greek economic crisis: could this Greek Tragedy lead to civil war?