“Democracy” and Doecracy

“Democracy destroys itself, because it has destroyed the right, freedom and equality, because it has taught citizens to regard insolence as a right, the impudence of speech as equality and anarchy as bliss.”

If reading the above passage led your malicious mind to think that it refers to the Greek republic of 2007, then you are mistaken. The above passage belongs to the greatest orator of Antiquity, Isocrates, and was spoken 2,400 years ago. Any similarity of isokratic saying to the current political situation is purely coincidental…

So democracy… Democracy everywhere! Democracy for the hooded, democracy for the prezebors, democracy for the pedophiles, the perverts, the people, the people, the snatchers of public money, the trespassers and the minions of Judah. But when it comes to the Nationalists, the boundaries of “democracy” are exhausted.

Because everything and everything! Tolerance to the biological existence (!) of our fraud deniers, yes. But not to give them the right to speak. “No freedom to the enemies of freedom.” Is it no wonder that all kinds of leftists, anarchists, anti-fascists, anti-authoritarians and so on that this slogan, apart from themselves, has been adopted by all domestic and world power, solely for the supporters of our Ideas? But it’s only natural… Global Zionistism and “anti-fascists” have always marched hand in hand (where “fascism”: the self-evident struggle of nations to preserve their ethno-racial specificity and cultural traditions).

“The Athenian Republic was the dictatorship of fifty thousand citizen peers out of three million allies, settlers and slaves. For fifty years, 25,001 of these fifty thousand happened to be smart people. Biological phenomenon assansive and unrepeatable in history. But since the 25,001 smart ones became 24,999, the 25,001 idiots have brought Cleon, a man of their own measure, to the beginning, and democracy has regained its consistent selves.” This was what the late Karagatsis had written in the “Yellow Envelope” about that marginal phenomenon that occurred in the middle of the 5th century BC and which Thucydides described as “a man’s principle” (the embellished characterization of the dictatorship). And yet, from our birth, we are sucked into our minds by the fanfare of the “finished state” that “glorified” Ancient Greece and which reappeared in modern times in the form of Parliamentaryism. The fact that this state did not glorify, but rather destroyed Classical Hellenism, or that the present plutocratic oligarchy they represent has as much to do with Athenian democracy as the cannibals with culture, these are “fine print” for our “democrats”…

The funny thing about their “democracy” is that they don’t even keep up appearances. Three million signatures were collected by the Church for the identities (48% of the electorate) and the president of the “democracy” (call me Stephanopoulos) threw them in the toilet bowl of the presidential palace. 78% don’t like Hassan in our country (over 3,000,000 foreign invaders… Did you see Hassan?), but Pavlopoulos and his counterparts want to bring more and legitimize them quickly! 86% don’t want mongols in Europe, and our people are competing over who’s going to turn out to be more of a yusufaki than the other. We have the most inflated anti-Americanism on the planet, and our power functions as the White House annex to the Balkans. Well, yes, this is all democracy!!!

But let’s not throw it all at politicians, because they do their job. Written by “Freedom of Press” (28/2/07): “They grumble, but… Vote! Greeks have no confidence in the government (65%) and political parties (80%), according to the Eurobarometer. they elect the government with the highest percentages in all of Europe and have one of the lowest abstention rates from elections in all of Europe.

Because that’s who we are! A people of idle celebrations, who simply vote for those who make up our mirror: them in the image and likeness of our national selves… The Great Pericles Giannopoulos had written exactly a century ago about the Greeks of his time: “To be the Tribe in the mess it is, it is obvious that today’s Greeks are the worst they have ever been.” Today, all we have to do is add: “… After these people have reached these downs, then it is better to be lost forever than to be the laughing ground of the earth. For, it seems, God himself is sick of us.”

And in this decline, like torches lit, we, the Chrysanthemtes. FEAR and awe for the administrators of the misery of our people. Well, in this so “good” and “tolerant” democracy, we have only one way left: to be DEIMOCRATES! So, in their “democracy”…


*See: Personalization of terror, usually after fear of the same appearing. In the Iliad, both demon forces are presented, which terrify the warriors. Fear is called the dear son of Areos, and in other writers, simos, who is the son of Scylla (…).

Deimocracy: The Deimo State (=Power, Power, Power).

(Eleftheroudaki Encyclopedia)

Education in the Firing Squad

The fact that our Education has for decades become a ball in the hands of the ruling party and minister does not require much analysis. Nor did you have to read this column to conclude the extent of the spiritual castration that the morbid management of the educational issue by the post-cultural establishment has brought to an entire generation of Greeks.

The instructions were clear: to create a rotten education system that will transmit exclusively technocratic knowledge and replace Classical Education with the dominant ideological propaganda of world-class priesthoods (inside and outside Greece). Mass production of “bricks” has been the primary objective of all A-education ministries, and this was certainly the greatest success of the post-civilian governments, despite disagreements between them.

From the abolition of the government-clean Ralli and the abolition of the polytonic on PASOK, to the rape of Greek history in the new textbooks…

and the complete dissolution of higher education on Karamanlis the younger one, the post-civilian prisoners proved in the most prominent way that Education, in fact, is a very serious issue to be left in the hands of every casual servant of power…

What we have experienced over the past few weeks on the occasion of the educational mobilizations has simply come to confirm that the word ‘mess’, in this case, is too simple to describe the true situation in the field of Higher Education. From nurseries of Marxism and Anthellenicism, Greek universities have turned into “ring” conflicts between the factions. The democratic bullying and the complete domination of party rule in all their tragic grandeur!

Not that things were better before. Then, in the “days of peace”, students and teachers were trained for many years in the daily misery of classrooms with garbage, broken windows, torn curtains, anarchist-left profanity and posters on the walls. How many and how many generations of professors and students have not lived like this, how many and how many passing and permanent have not come to terms with the entrenched image of university spaces as stinking and miserable far-left terror?

Thousands of teachers and students have for years adopted the ideology that broken seats, flooded toilets, the robbery of microphone installations and computers, and the transformation of educational institutions into anarchist hooded tsiflies do not prevent the acquisition of “critical knowledge”. Not walling unsightly posters in classrooms is neoliberal. And not filling the floors with cigarette butts is fascism. Well, so many children are starving here in Africa, are we going to deal with this now?

Dirt and misery… This is the way of life and the ideology of the food of Asylum, called the Greek University… Some of them are teachers in the process of leaving. We wish them to take with them the kinetic memories of the destroyed amphitheatres and the arrested offices and with them to live the years of retirement. Of course, don’t wait until they leave to allow the slightest change. Anyone who asks them for change is like asking them to give up their lives – to admit that they mismanaged it. Better, if there was a mistake, to be buried under the ruins of the university. Maybe then it’ll never come out. And then Education may have accepted the gift shot six steps ago, but we, the “democratic” and “unmebable” foremen of parliamentary and academic immunity, will wash our hands, pretending to be the knowable and the “well-wishers”…

Otherwise, some still believe that any cancer is cured with aspirin…