Enough with the lies
Shakespeare once wrote that “he wouldn’t be a wolf if the Romans didn’t…
Shakespeare once wrote that “he wouldn’t be a wolf if the Romans didn’t act like sheep”, which means that in every fight or conflict it is the strongest who prevails.
Goebbels, the Minister of Propaganda in the Hitler regime, once said that “a lie repeated often enough becomes the truth”.
In our case we do not have bright minds like Shakespeare or twisted minds like Goebbels. All of the roles – unfortunately for Greece – are played by ignorant, incompetent and wholly incapable people, who have been called upon to save our country.
It is a gang of party dogs who, based on the might of authority, are spreading lies, as ordered by their leaders. They all think that their systematic lying will save them.
In order for the average citizen tho understand the extent of lies served up by the government, the private television networks have paid billions (in drachmas and in euros) in taxes, insurance contributions and state rights. In its 27 years Mega Channel alone has paid out more than 1.3 billion euros. How many other Greek businesses have paid so much to the Greek state? Obviously it must be investigated where all this money went.
Moreover, the lies in-use gave begun to crumble. We shall see.
Stavros P. Psycharis
Originally published in the Sunday print edition