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Press Release : Events organised by EPAM in Europe on March 25th

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PRESS RELEASE

Protests of EPAM (United Popular Front) in London, Paris and the Hague on the occasion of the National Day of March 25 th.

Within the framework of the struggle that EPAM is waging to inform world public opinion about the violation of human rights that are being made in Greece because of the austerity measures, and on the occasion of the National Day of March 25 th , the following events are being organized on Saturday March 25 th .

1.London. Demonstration outside of the Greek Embassy at 12.00 requesting the restoration of human rights to the people of Greece. The UN report describing these violations that are a result of the austerity measures will be submitted to the Embassy. The demonstration is organized in cooperation with the Campaign for an Independent Britain (CIB).

2.Paris. Demonstration outside of the Greek Embassy at 11.00 with the same request. The demonstration is organized in cooperation with the Committee for a New Resistance (Comité pour une Nouvelle Resistance) and the Front for a Sovereign People, an Independent France and a social Republic (Rassemblement du Peuple Souverain, pour une France Indépendante et une Republique Sociale).

3.The Hague.Demonstration outside of the Greek Embassy at 12.30 with the same request.The demonstration is organized by EPAM-Benelux.

EPAM calls upon the people of the United Kingdom, France and the Netherlands to show their solidarity to the suffering people of Greece by participating in these demonstrations.

C.I.B. congratulates L. Chrysanthopoulos on his speech at the Schiller Institute international conference


Dear Mr Chrysanthopoulos,

On behalf of the Campaign for an Independent Britain I wish to congratulate you on your excellent speech in Berlin.

In November/December 2013 I had the honour of giving a speech in Athens at the International Conference on Debt, National Currency and Democracy organised by EPAM.

I hope that by achieving “BREXIT” we have given encouragement to others that by standing up to the Establishment and educating the populous on the reality of  the true designs of the EU, that they can get what is right for their  own country.

As you stated, we in the UK did the unthinkable as far as the Establishment were concerned. They tried to bully us with threats , but like our friends the Greeks we do not take kindly to this and the people of the UK saw through the lies and deceits .

On behalf of the C.I.B I wish to convey our appreciation of your speeches and request that we be kept informed of your efforts in the future and hopefully realise a relationship beneficial to our shared cause.

With our very best wishes,

Jim Reynolds
Hon. Secretary & Vice Chairman
Campaign for an Independent Britain

The speech of Leonidas Chrysanthopoulos (Video )

CONSEQUENCES OF GREECE BEING A MEMBER OF THE EU

Out of the Goodbye EU – Community  page in Facebook

We have received this direct from Ambassador Leonidas Chrysanthopoulos of Greece. Please take the time to read this and relate it back to our own country, Great Britain. The EU has destroyed Greece and we can not let that happen to us too. This is our ONLY chance to take back control and in turn hopefully help out the rest of Europe who will follow suit! Listen to what he has to say and PLEASE SHARE! (more…)

Interview of Ambassador Chrysanthopoulos to “a-specto” of Bulgaria : “Greece has ceased to exist as a State”

Συνέντευξη Πρέσβη Χρυσανθόπουλου στο  “a-specto”  Βουλγαρίας : “Η Ελλάδα έχει πάψει να υφίσταται ως κράτος”.

Леонидас Хризантопулос: Гърция не съществува като държава

Julia Vladimirova for a-specto 

Mr.  Chrysanthopoulos,  you’ve been a Director General of EU Affairs and Director of the Direction in charge of Third Pillar and Schengen issues in Greece,  also Ambassador of Greece in Yerevan,  Warsaw and Ottawa.  You are one of the important persons,  who have worked a lot for the Greek membership in the EU and the country’s future in the Union.  Today you want Greece to break up with the EU.  Why? What’s happened?

Greece joined the EU for three reasons. The first was to guarantee democracy in a country that had come out from a seven year dictatorship. The second was to get some kind of protection from Turkey that had invaded Cyprus in 1974 and that was also raising the issue that some Greek islands belonged to Turkey. The third reason was to achieve the economic development of Greece. (more…)