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Fake "Greex" go HUNGRY, Brussels offers - NOTHING!

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“IRONEA 338 B.C.E. ”

Since: Mar 10

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#2 Nov 18, 2012
An amount of 31.5 billion euros should have been transferred to Greece in September and October. But Athens unexpectedly requested another two years to fulfill their commitments to reduce expenditures.

http://english.ruvr.ru/2012_11_18/Greece-need...

“IRONEA 338 B.C.E. ”

Since: Mar 10

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#3 Nov 19, 2012
http://www.keeptalkinggreece.com/2012/09/27/a...

last horoscope for beggars...
Cultureless gayreece

Tanzania, United Republic of

#4 Feb 2, 2013
Nothing!!!
CulturLessFyrom

Toronto, Canada

#5 Feb 2, 2013
Cultureless gayreece wrote:
Nothing!!!
GREECE AND GREEK CULTURE NEVER DIES, whatever trials and tribulations, NEVER FORGET SLAV.

SQUIRMING?? DON'T BLAME YOU.

“IRONEA 338 B.C.E. ”

Since: Mar 10

+ Solun, Occupied Macedonia +

#6 Feb 2, 2013
CulturLessFyrom

Toronto, Canada

#7 Feb 2, 2013
Filip II Reincarnated wrote:
Nothing follows, only your firom fairy tales, thus the desperation.

Every Dig in your statelet reveals GRECO/ROMAN CIVILIZATION. Nothing Slavic.
CANADEZOS

Windsor, Canada

#8 Feb 2, 2013
Filip II Reincarnated wrote:
http://www.keeptalkinggreece.com/2012/09/27/a...
last horoscope for beggars...
THAT'S FOR THE ILLEGAL IMMIGRANTS YUGOSLAVIAN RIDICULE==>>MOST GREEKS IN ATHENS ARE FROM SMALL VILLAGES IN PELOPONNESE!AND THEY ALL HAVE FARMS&HOUSES TO RETREAT TO IN CASE OF ECONOMIC CRISIS!

*** THERE IS MORE BEGGARS IN TORONTO!THAN IN ALL GREECE! WAITING AT TRAFFIC LIGHTS FOR HANDOUTS COIN CHANGE!

“IRONEA 338 B.C.E. ”

Since: Mar 10

+ Solun, Occupied Macedonia +

#9 Feb 2, 2013
CulturLessFyrom wrote:
<quoted text>
Nothing follows,...
IGNORANCE AND INFERIORITY CAN BE FOUGHT

"Finally, two points of terminology. I use the word 'Hellenistic' for no better reason other than out of the force of acquired habit, but of course the word and the concept are MODERN INVENTIONS that were UNKNOWN TO THE ANCIENT WORLD.
The continued use of the word perpetuates MISLEADING ASSUMPTIONS, and there is a serious case for avoiding it altogether, though the impracticality of this is obvious..."
(M. M. Austin "Hellenistic Kings, War, and the Economy", The Classical Quarterly New Series, Vol.36, No.2 (1986), p. 450. Published by: Cambridge University Press)
http://www.jstor.org/pss/639286

The concept of the "Hellenistic" age was INTRODUCED into historiography in the 1830's by the German historian J. G. Droysen, who proposed the term Hellenismus.
http://encyclopedia2.thefreedictionary.com/He...
CulturLessFyrom

Toronto, Canada

#10 Feb 2, 2013
Filip II Reincarnated wrote:
An amount of 31.5 billion euros should have been transferred to Greece in September and October. But Athens unexpectedly requested another two years to fulfill their commitments to reduce expenditures.
http://english.ruvr.ru/2012_11_18/Greece-need...
Your beef is the Greek Financials? Poor little fool. Greece and her culture remember NEVER DIES.

Look after your own affairs. Albos, those Albos live in poverty.
CANADEZOS

Windsor, Canada

#11 Feb 2, 2013
Filip II Reincarnated wrote:
<quoted text>IGNORANCE AND INFERIORITY CAN BE FOUGHT
"Finally, two points of terminology. I use the word 'Hellenistic' for no better reason other than out of the force of acquired habit, but of course the word and the concept are MODERN INVENTIONS that were UNKNOWN TO THE ANCIENT WORLD.
The continued use of the word perpetuates MISLEADING ASSUMPTIONS, and there is a serious case for avoiding it altogether, though the impracticality of this is obvious..."
(M. M. Austin "Hellenistic Kings, War, and the Economy", The Classical Quarterly New Series, Vol.36, No.2 (1986), p. 450. Published by: Cambridge University Press)
http://www.jstor.org/pss/639286
The concept of the "Hellenistic" age was INTRODUCED into historiography in the 1830's by the German historian J. G. Droysen, who proposed the term Hellenismus.
http://encyclopedia2.thefreedictionary.com/He...
HELLENIC!HELLENISTIC!GREEK!GRE CIAN!GRAIKOS!==>>ALL ARE SYNONYMOUS TERMS REFERRING TO THE PEOPLE OF GREECE==>>NOT TO THE 6THAD BULGARIAN SLAVS OF FORMER YUGOSLAVIA!==>>WHO DID NOT EVEN EXIST DURING THE HELLENISTIC PERIOD!!

“IRONEA 338 B.C.E. ”

Since: Mar 10

+ Solun, Occupied Macedonia +

#12 Feb 2, 2013
CulturLessFyrom wrote:
<quoted text>
Your beef is the Greek Financials? Poor little fool. Greece and her culture remember NEVER DIES.
Look after your own affairs. Albos, those Albos live in poverty.
?

Yeah, in the Western Novels:

"In 1830 Greek state was created, but not the Greek nation."
("Nations and States: An Enquiry into the Origins of Nations and the Politics of Nationalism" by Hugh Seton-Watson, p. 26.)

"The 'ancient Greeks' probably left Greece by the end of the 4th century AD, with newcomers occupying Greece."
(Hans L. Schteppan, "Comedy: Greek By Name". February, 2008)
http://maknews.com/html/articles/stefov/stefo...

"The modern "Greex" are not "Greek" but rather the illiterate descendents of Slavs and Albanian fishermen who spoke a debased Greek dialect and had little interest in the broken columns and temples except as places to graze their sheep.
The true Philhellenists were the English – of whom Byron was the epitome – and the French, who were passionate to link themselves to the 'Greek ideal'."
("The Pillars of Hercules" by Paul Thereoux, page 316)

"Modern day "Greex" are not descended from "ancient Greex". Modern Greeks just happened to appropriate ancient Greek cultural symbols because they settled on lands of the ancient Greeks."
(Michael Underdown, "Background to the Macedonian Question", p.12, 1994)

etc.
Bronzilla

Chalkída, Greece

#13 Feb 2, 2013
Filip II Reincarnated wrote:
<quoted text>?

"The 'ancient Greeks' probably left Greece by the end of the 4th century AD, with newcomers occupying Greece."
(Hans L. Schteppan, "Comedy: Greek By Name". February, 2008)
slavs arrive in Hemus late 6c ad ;)))
Delete Grexit

Knittelfeld, Austria

#14 Feb 2, 2013
"Finally, two points of terminology. I use the word 'Hellenistic' for no better reason other than out of the force of acquired habit, but of course the word and the concept are MODERN INVENTIONS that were UNKNOWN TO THE ANCIENT WORLD.
The continued use of the word perpetuates MISLEADING ASSUMPTIONS, and there is a serious case for avoiding it altogether, though the impracticality of this is obvious..."
(M. M. Austin "Hellenistic Kings, War, and the Economy", The Classical Quarterly New Series, Vol.36, No.2 (1986), p. 450. Published by: Cambridge University Press)
http://www.jstor.org/pss/639286

The concept of the "Hellenistic" age was INTRODUCED into historiography in the 1830's by the German historian J. G. Droysen, who proposed the term Hellenismus.
http://encyclopedia2.thefreedictionary.com/He ...

"In 1830 Greek state was created, but not the Greek nation."
("Nations and States: An Enquiry into the Origins of Nations and the Politics of Nationalism" by Hugh Seton-Watson, p. 26.)

"The 'ancient Greeks' probably left Greece by the end of the 4th century AD, with newcomers occupying Greece."
(Hans L. Schteppan, "Comedy: Greek By Name". February, 2008)
http://maknews.com/html/articles/stefov/stefo ...

"The modern "Greex" are not "Greek" but rather the illiterate descendents of Slavs and Albanian fishermen who spoke a debased Greek dialect and had little interest in the broken columns and temples except as places to graze their sheep.
The true Philhellenists were the English – of whom Byron was the epitome – and the French, who were passionate to link themselves to the 'Greek ideal'."
("The Pillars of Hercules" by Paul Thereoux, page 316)

"Modern day "Greex" are not descended from "ancient Greex". Modern Greeks just happened to appropriate ancient Greek cultural symbols because they settled on lands of the ancient Greeks."
(Michael Underdown, "Background to the Macedonian Question", p.12, 1994)

As it follows:

http://qz.com/49962/euro-zone-stabilizing-but ...
Bronzilla

Chalkída, Greece

#15 Feb 2, 2013
you look for more troubles looks like

if we are not ancient then we are Byzantines ;)))
CulturLessFyrom

Toronto, Canada

#16 Feb 2, 2013
Delete Grexit wrote:
"Finally, two points of terminology. I use the word 'Hellenistic' for no better reason other than out of the force of acquired habit, but of course the word and the concept are MODERN INVENTIONS that were UNKNOWN TO THE ANCIENT WORLD.
The continued use of the word perpetuates MISLEADING ASSUMPTIONS, and there is a serious case for avoiding it altogether, though the impracticality of this is obvious..."
(M. M. Austin "Hellenistic Kings, War, and the Economy", The Classical Quarterly New Series, Vol.36, No.2 (1986), p. 450. Published by: Cambridge University Press)
http://www.jstor.org/pss/639286
The concept of the "Hellenistic" age was INTRODUCED into historiography in the 1830's by the German historian J. G. Droysen, who proposed the term Hellenismus.
http://encyclopedia2.thefreedictionary.com/He ...
"In 1830 Greek state was created, but not the Greek nation."
("Nations and States: An Enquiry into the Origins of Nations and the Politics of Nationalism" by Hugh Seton-Watson, p. 26.)
"The 'ancient Greeks' probably left Greece by the end of the 4th century AD, with newcomers occupying Greece."
(Hans L. Schteppan, "Comedy: Greek By Name". February, 2008)
http://maknews.com/html/articles/stefov/stefo ...
"The modern "Greex" are not "Greek" but rather the illiterate descendents of Slavs and Albanian fishermen who spoke a debased Greek dialect and had little interest in the broken columns and temples except as places to graze their sheep.
The true Philhellenists were the English – of whom Byron was the epitome – and the French, who were passionate to link themselves to the 'Greek ideal'."
("The Pillars of Hercules" by Paul Thereoux, page 316)
"Modern day "Greex" are not descended from "ancient Greex". Modern Greeks just happened to appropriate ancient Greek cultural symbols because they settled on lands of the ancient Greeks."
(Michael Underdown, "Background to the Macedonian Question", p.12, 1994)
As it follows:
http://qz.com/49962/euro-zone-stabilizing-but ...
Surprising your quotes above have not reached the world educational system/academia.

Takes a firomian to to come up with such treasures.
Bronzilla

Chalkída, Greece

#17 Feb 2, 2013
Konstantinoupoli is our Capital city not 'ancient' Athens or Pella or Nayplio or wtever
CulturLessFyrom

Toronto, Canada

#18 Feb 2, 2013
Filip II Reincarnated wrote:
<quoted text>?
Yeah, in the Western Novels:
"In 1830 Greek state was created, but not the Greek nation."
("Nations and States: An Enquiry into the Origins of Nations and the Politics of Nationalism" by Hugh Seton-Watson, p. 26.)
"The 'ancient Greeks' probably left Greece by the end of the 4th century AD, with newcomers occupying Greece."
(Hans L. Schteppan, "Comedy: Greek By Name". February, 2008)
http://maknews.com/html/articles/stefov/stefo...
"The modern "Greex" are not "Greek" but rather the illiterate descendents of Slavs and Albanian fishermen who spoke a debased Greek dialect and had little interest in the broken columns and temples except as places to graze their sheep.
The true Philhellenists were the English – of whom Byron was the epitome – and the French, who were passionate to link themselves to the 'Greek ideal'."
("The Pillars of Hercules" by Paul Thereoux, page 316)
"Modern day "Greex" are not descended from "ancient Greex". Modern Greeks just happened to appropriate ancient Greek cultural symbols because they settled on lands of the ancient Greeks."
(Michael Underdown, "Background to the Macedonian Question", p.12, 1994)
etc.
How does it sound closing the borders and port once again for the firoms?

“IRONEA 338 B.C.E. ”

Since: Mar 10

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#19 Feb 2, 2013
Turkish War-Planes Breach "Grease" Airspace

Seven Turkish fighter jets violated Greek airspace on Jan. 31, foreign media said citing the Athens News Agency

Reports said that four Turkish planes violated airspace to the north of Chios, and the other three were spotted to the east of Rhodes.

The Turkish Air Force wass said to have been taking part in naval exercises and there was no response from Turkey about the reports or whether the alleged violation was accidental.

“IRONEA 338 B.C.E. ”

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#21 Feb 3, 2013

“IRONEA 338 B.C.E. ”

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#22 Feb 3, 2013
Unemployment is at 26.8% in Greece...

(€) euro was created not for its own sake, but for the enhancement of prosperity and unity in Europe. By that standard, there is little to be celebrating about.

Fiscal union is not on the table.

http://online.wsj.com/article/SB1000142412788...

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