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How a few simple actions could fix our world today

Wednesday, October 3, 2012 @ 08:10 PM
Dr Ioannis Syrigos

Today I was wondering why some things cannot change today, even if most people realize that what is happening is wrong. And it was in one of those bright moments that I realized that the solution could be very simple and yet very few are ready to take this step.

People do not realize that the power is in their hands and not in the hands of the few.

Let’s state how a few of the problems today could have been solved:

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Why far-right parties in Europe increase in power?

Wednesday, October 3, 2012 @ 06:10 AM
Dr Ioannis Syrigos

Dark clouds are gathering above Europe and it is not only the imminent collapse of the financial system. One government after the other fail to protect and help the citizens to prosper, giving priority to bailing out banks and financial institutions. Citizens see that and see the incompetent of the ones that govern them. They see how political corruption is spreading like cancer in the whole Europe.

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Tsipras 2nd, Farage 7th in a list of the most dangerous politicians in Europe

Tuesday, September 18, 2012 @ 07:09 AM
Dr Ioannis Syrigos

It’s really funny (or perhaps not!) how Der Spiegel has compiled a list of the 10 more dangerous politicians in Europe. What do they mean by dangerous? Well maybe the fact that they threaten and challenge the interest of a few, threaten the ‘fake’ stability of the Euro and therefore the big guys will lose money.

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We do not remember our past

Monday, September 17, 2012 @ 07:09 AM
Dr Ioannis Syrigos
It looks that history tends to repeat itself over and over again. One of the main reasons for that probably is that we do not know/remember our history not only our individual history but the history of our country as well as the world history.

The result is that unavoidably we tend to repeat the same mistakes again and again without learning our lessons.

And here is where the quote or George Santayana fits perfectly:

“Those who cannot remember the past are condemned to repeat it.”

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Is the US converting into Communism?

Sunday, September 16, 2012 @ 08:09 AM
Dr Ioannis Syrigos

US are proud of being a democracy, and they are also proud of been religious. The original US Constitution and especially the First amendment was a piece of Art, promoting freedom, growth and human rights. However every day we see more and more rights of the American Citizens to fade away and steps taken to the exact opposite direction, violating the Constitution again and again.

If you put things into a perspective it is scary to realize what is happening and how a democracy is being converted to Communism, with the consensus of the people.

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Euro under Pressure

Thursday, August 30, 2012 @ 09:08 AM
Dr Ioannis Syrigos

I am not an economist, but common sense dictates that things are not going well in the Euro area. The inflatable money is gathered in the hands of a few, the gap between rich and poor is getting wider and wider and the financial markets are behaving like crazy.

Even the countries that are supposedly doing well, in reality either they don’t or they are not as much affected yet.

Major economists all over the world ring the bells of a major financial destruction.

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Julian Assange and the threat of the British Government

Monday, August 20, 2012 @ 12:08 PM
Dr Ioannis Syrigos

Is it that England  is following the steps of USA in term of creating a police state?

Julian Assange recently sought political asylum from Ecuador, and he was finally granted that. However he is isolated in the embassy of the Ecuador at the moment, because the British Government won’t let him come out without arresting him.

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Why Greeks become successful when they leave Greece?

Friday, August 17, 2012 @ 02:08 PM
Dr Ioannis Syrigos

I suppose that we all know that all Greeks that go abroad they usually become very successful in their field (scientists, professors, businessmen, investors, politicians and so on).

The question is why? And here are some reasons that I consider to be viable:

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