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Police are the other side of ignorance in Greece

06 April 2012 / 16:04:27  GRReporter
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At the same time, comments in social media have made an impression as their authors warn about the selectivity of protesters on the reasons for their protest. "I just want to call to attentionb that the people have neither memory, nor judgment about things. When the three employees of Marfin Bank burned alive in the worst way, there were no marches, no protests, no ardent posts. For those dead people were not suitable for the communication plans of some alleged rebellions holding in captivity a purposeless, helpless and frightened society," posted on his Facebook profile the renowned journalist Yiannis Loverdos.

Pasxos Mandravelis, in turn, expressed his concern that the situation in Greece is so hot that even a completely random incident could cause upheavals in society.

"I think things in Greece are getting tough. There is a great lack of education. We are not able to discuss calmly, we are not able to discuss with the necessary seriousness and I fear that an accident might happen. At this point, all systems in Greece are operating in the red because of the crisis and because of all the problems that have occurred, because we were unable to solve them in recent years. A single accident could lead the country to a disaster. Not only economic, but social too."


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