EPAMS’s Kazakis reveals the existence of German police in the Athens massive demonstration 12 Februari 2012


He is accusing the unelected prime minister Lucas Papadimos (Papademos) and the opposition leader Antonis Samaras
for signing a blank document , a treaty that no MP had the time to read.
Like Mikis theodorakis he is extremely worried about the future of Greece .
In the following video he is talking among other things about the presence of German special forces in the Greece.

During the demonstration, Manolis Glezos a man who resisted the Germans during the II WW occupation approached the special forces in front of the parliament together with Mikis theodorakis and a union member of the police. They explained that they were coming in peace, so there was no reason to exercise any violence.
At that time teargas launched to their feet. Kazakis means their primary mistake was that they didn’t say that in German so the police force could understand what they were talking about. There were also complaints from citizens, that theses people that were poisoning the demonstrators with extreme barbarism did not speak Greek, but something like Dutch or German.
Kazakis is a Greek economist that believes that Greece should default return to its own strong currency and in general throw out all the foreign rules and their supporters, like most of the Greeks.

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Categories: Hellas (Greece)

Author:Tavernaki

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