The Greeks Bow Down to Chaos

Someone from Greece posted several videos on a thread this morning.

GREECE NOW! The President of Greece and politicians in all over the country are forced to leave from the celebrations of October 28th!!

For the first time in the modern history of Greece, the President of Greece Karolos Papoulias is forced to leave from the military parade for the celebration of the national day of October 28th!

Hundreds of thousands of people gathered in Thessaloniki, where the celebrations took place, and shouted “TRAITOR, TRAITOR” at the first citizen of Greece. He was forced to leave, stating that a small group (!!!) ruined today’s celebrations.

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The role of the President, in Greece, is very limited. He is only required to sign the laws that the Parliament votes for. The true policy maker is the Prime Minister, now George Papandreou.

The world was shouting TRAITOR at him because he could had easily refused to sign all the laws who impoverished Greeks.

Photos here:



The parade started normally, without any officials!!

Στρατιωτική Παρέλαση 28η Οκτωβρίου 2011 Θεσσαλονίκη ΣΣΑΣ

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The Greek Army and the various other non-military bodies were applauded by the hundreds of thousands of people!

For the first time a parade occurred without any officials!

Same thing in all over Greece today!!! More videos to follow!

The army is parading through the crowd in Thessaloniki! The world is applauding!

Ματαιώθηκε η Στρατιωτική Παρέλαση στην Θεσσαλονίκη

In Athens, the musical band of the Municipality of Athens, marched with black bracelets! Even their musical instrument wore black bracelets!

The Mayor of Athens, belonging to the ruling party of PASOK, threatened them that they would all be fired on Monday!


The cops also pushed the crowd far behind, in Syntagma Sq.

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And started arresting people

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The man arrested shouts “FREEDOM OR DEATH”. The moto of the Greek Revolution against the Ottoman rule in 1821.


Web Seminar November 4 on Electoral College Crisis

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Attention to this article and alert has been dramatic:


Warning! Progressives’ NPV Plan for White House Control, 2012 & Permanently

October 21, 2011 by Jacquerie of Wake Up America

While the lamestream media holds public attention on GOP candidate rivalries, a “progressive” strategy is underway to eliminate the role of the states in electing a U.S. President. By transferring electoral votes to a “national popular vote” this “Compact”  would  usurp the role of the states as safeguarded by our Constitution. In doing so, it could also neutralize Obama’s critics — totally. This may be the … read more

Now, we have learned of a seminar on this urgent issue sponsored by the strongly American authentist Hillsdale College, Friday, November 4th.

Is the Electoral College Outdated?

John Fortier
Bipartisan Policy Center

November 4, 2011
12:00 PM – 1:00 PM
The Kirby Center

Proponents of ending or bypassing the Electoral College say that the Founders’ mode of presidential selection is outdated.  With the National Popular Vote gaining momentum, the Electoral College is once again under serious attack.  What would the success of this movement mean?

Andrew C. McCarthy

John Fortier is director of the Democracy Project at the Bipartisan Policy Center.  Previously he was a research fellow at the American Enterprise Institute, where he also served as the principal contributor to the AEI-Brookings Election Reform Project and the executive director of the Continuity of Government Commission.  His books include After the People Vote:  A Guide to the Electoral College, and he has been a regular columnist for The Hill and Politico

He received his B.A. from Georgetown University, his Ph.D. in political science from Boston College, and has taught at Harvard University, the University of Pennsylvania, and the University of Delaware. 

See Hillsdale College’s page on this event, for learning more and for registration, to participate either onsite or online.