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As Varoufakis says, “Extend and Pretend”

Date posted: 29th October 2015

It’s been some time since the last time I wrote something in this blog. The truth is that I needed some time to re-evaluate the situation in Greece. Also, I needed to give some time to Alexis. All of us need and deserve a second chance in life. The Greek people gave to Alexis this […]


“Union of Centrists” – the new political party with an old political leader

Date posted: 29th September 2015

Last night (September 28), I decided to watch the entire interview of Vasilis Leventis. Vasilis Leventis is the new political leader who gained his entry to the greek parliament by being polled with 3.43% of the Greek voters. However, he is not a young politician. Leventis age 64 was first introduced to the public by […]


Greek Elections: At least we learned to who’s hands the bomb will explode!

Date posted: 20th September 2015

These elections in Greece will be remembered as the fastest elections ever. In only one month, the people needed to decide who will vote for. After Tsipras u-turn and the break apart of Syriza the voters seemed stunned and undecided. The abstention from the polls reached the all high 44.5%. However Syriza managed to gain […]


Live on “The Takeaway” with John Hockenberry

Date posted: 15th September 2015

It was my second appearance on “The Takeaway”, it is a pleasure to be on this program. Not because it’s being heard by thousands across the U.S.A. and the World. But mainly because I have a great respect for John Hockenberry. John’s voice is one of the clearest voices in the U.S.A. His experience as […]


7 political leaders without anything to say

Date posted: 9th September 2015

Last night (September 9th), the first debate between the political leaders in Greece took place in national television. The debates in Greece are completely different from the ones you might have seen in countries like USA or UK, Germany, and others. The political leaders don’t talk to each other, but they only answering the questions […]


38 questions to the Greek EuroLovers from Pr. Katsanevas

Date posted: 2nd September 2015

Theodore Katsanevas is a Professor of labor economics in the University of Piraeus. He received his degree from the same University. Later he obtained an MA from the University of Warwick, and a Ph.D. from London School of Economics. He was also a member of the Greek Parliament from 1989 to 2004. In 2013, he […]


A plan for the return of Greece to the national currency – The New Drachma

Date posted: 22nd August 2015

For the past five years, the conversation about Greece returning to the national currency has sparked many “fires” in televised conversations between the supporters of Drachma and the defenders of Euro. However, most of the times this conversation is not being made with fair rules. The arguments that the euro-defenders are presenting in case Greece […]


Greek Lesson Nr.1: “Pera Vrehei” – It rains somewhere ahead

Date posted: 18th August 2015

Even though we are at the end of the summer and very few of you might plan for vacations in Greece, I decided to start some lessons on the Greek language. The first phrase we will learn, is “Pera Vrehei”, in a free translation will be something like “It rains somewhere ahead” and Greeks are […]


The Greeks are getting closer to reality

Date posted: 9th August 2015

For five years now everyone in the eurozone is avoiding to see the reality about Greece. The reality is that Greece has defaulted; the economic consequences are those of a default. Companies are shutting down, high unemployment, poverty, young people leaving the country, as also increase of suicides. However, Greece hasn’t declared bankruptcy and that […]


The great contradictions of Syriza

Date posted: 5th August 2015

If Syriza, the majority political party, was a human being then it will be a person suffering from schizophrenia. It would be a serious case of schizophrenia. During the past days, especially after the agreement between the government and the creditors, we have heard the most outrageous arguments. We have seen members of Syriza accusing […]


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