Σάββατο, 14 Μαρτίου 2009

Εξωτερική πολιτική αυτή η άγνωστη...

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  1. Dear Sotiri,

    Thank you for the newspaper clipping. Reading it, I found out a couple of things that I did not know before,

    a. Greece has a national government, and
    b. Greece has a national foreign policy!

    Wow!!!!!

    If the above is true why then since 1991 the above two "facts" have been invisible? I am sure that not only the people of Greece, but also the other governments of the world want to know that the clowns they meet and converse with are actually members of a government not staff of a circus. I thought that the big building downtown Athens was a kafeneio called "Parliament." That is how I always explained it when I saw members of the above circus meet after hours as alternate members of a debate club i.e. "Toastmasters."

    It is news to me to know that it is an actual meeting place of a government and its opposition. It is revealing to me that the members of the building are not clowns, but they are actually politicians discussing various aspects of life, part of which is probably what other countries call "foreign policy."

    I was going to publish a paper in the Journal of Change and Governance of Rutgers University regarding failed states thinking that Greece is a failed state not having politicians, but clowns. However, now I have to change the core of the paper calling these politicians puppets, instead of clowns rearranging their alleged duties. As for their puppeteers I could start with Hillary Clinton, going to Obama, Koloski, Milososki, Gruevski, Erdogan, the Turkish military, Brown, Merkel just to mention a few.

    Thank you.

    Marcus

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