SteveH wrote:I must reluctantly admit that I am struggling to see anything other than the heart & mind of the US in all of this.
As for Greece & its people:-
The preservation of deceits always requires a "Scapegoat".
Such is the work of any & all Inquisitions.
A complex wrong rendered simply right.
Take a kind & wise old lady, who understands & openly administers to the hurts of all.
Consumed, & few eye's will see the true sacrifice.
I'm just a little melancholic ATM.
bobscott wrote:mouche wrote:
You may find it "intereseting" but hopefulle by now you know (and understand?) why? We see nothing strange in Natoforces on manoeuver in our country led by nationals from other countries but for a brit this may seem strange, maybe, but then again for a brit many things seem strange since Britain rules the waves and then some. Ot at least did at one time!
I said 'Interesting' alluding to the fact that Germany is one of those pillorying Greece for not doing more.
At the same time, I am actually going to be in Lesvos tomorrow for a week volunteering. Hoping and praying (in a sense!) that this is all not going to result in an even larger humanitarian disaster.
( Added ; And I'm not even discussing here the terrible increase in bombings in Syria by Turkey and the amassing of Saudi troops and war planes on the southern Turkish air base.)
I am actually going to be in Lesvos tomorrow for a week volunteering
I do wish people could come up with something "better" than just critisism!
Clio wrote:I do wish people could come up with something "better" than just critisism!
Carolina has come up with something better. She has gone to offer practical help to people less fortunate than herself. And her despatch is not "just criticism" but a front-line account of events that need reporting.
I see that Greece has recalled its Ambassador from Austria today re an Austrian meeting with the Balkan States to which Greece was not invited.
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