Declaration and Notice of Liability Re: European Spring Appeal: Hope & Accountability

Maneka Helleberg, Chairman WFA Dolores Cahill, President WFA Heiko Schöning, Vice President WFA Mads Palsvig, Treasurer WFA Henningsens Alle 52, 2900 Hellerup, Denmark 28th April 2021 Declaration and Notice of Liability Re: European Spring Appeal: Hope & Accountability Prime Minister of the Hellenic Republic Kyriakos Mitsotakis Megaro Maximou Irodou Attikou 19 106 74 Athens Dear Sir, This legal and lawful notice of liability is designed to be used as evidence in court if needed and intends to enlighten you and protect you from attracting civil and criminal liability in relation to your action and all omissions in relation to the alleged SARS-CoV2 (alleged) pandemic and the measures that have/are being taken world wide to allegedly control its spread and effect: Take Notice: 1. There is no evidence to support a ‘SARS-CoV2’ medical emergency. Prevention and treatments for influenza-like symptoms and illness should have been made available to all patients. To keep these treatments from sick people is causing unnecessary harm. When effective preventions and treatments are made available, there is no necessity for lockdown measures worldwide, such as wearing of masks, quarantining, mRNA gene therapy/vaccines etc. 2. Is there evidence that SARS-CoV2 has been isolated and validated by … Continue reading

To Avoid Debt

A short musical film of Mithridates in a number of acts, which touch on everything. The government, the Joe Blows, the mass media, the pandemic, the alleged indignados incapable of action, the people who pushed their way into the internet and got lost, the artistic clique. A torrential 12 minutes… The original: Sound Text Here is some more from Mithridates Government with spoon and fork on the ready And you suddenly have a nobody for tyrant A real live PM, with every flunkie, Backroom boy and go-getter in his pocket. All of them birds of Aristofunny And I’d say, “Relax my friend, he’s pulling our leg”, This Louis Seize of ours, this roi, this anax, If people all day long were not just gulping Xanax. Minister of loathing, of repulsion and the primitive Freely giving lessons in how leaders take initiative. And the Ministry of the Extreme Unction with benighted regularity Gives a new dimension to the meaning of vulgarity. Lipstick on the pig, and all the rights Passing as if by magic on eventful parliamentary nights. They push through bills atrocious on the ground It’s easy come and easy go and no-one hears a sound. Constitutional outrage, without even … Continue reading

Πάσχα 2021 και η WFA (Παγκόσμια Συμμαχία για την Ελευθερία)

Αρχίζει από το 39.15 WH: Θα πω μερικά πράγματα για το τι συμβαίνει στην Ελλάδα πριν κάνω μια πρόταση που επιθυμώ να κάνω, γιατί εκτος των άλλων, σας περιγράφω την κατάσταση από την Ελλάδα. Είχαμε το Ορθόδοξο Πάσχα. Το τελευταίο Σαββατοκύριακο ήταν το Ορθόδοξο Πάσχα και αυτό φυσικά ελάττωσε την ενασχόληση με θέματα όπως αυτό, επειδή οι άνθρωποι ήταν απασχολημένοι με τον εορτασμό του Πάσχα, στο βαθμό που αυτό είναι δυνατό, επειδή έχουν τεθεί αρκετοί περιορισμοί σχετικά με τους εορτασμούς. Και πράγματι στην Αίγινα, στο νησί της Αίγινας κοντά στην Αθήνα, ξεκίνησε μια συζήτηση από ορισμένους ακτιβιστές εδώ, σχετικά με τις προτάσεις για το Σάββατο του Πάσχα και την Ανάσταση. Η Ανάσταση γιορτάζεται παραδοσιακά τα μεσάνυχτα , αλλά λόγω της νέας οδηγίας μετακινήθηκε νωρίτερα, στις εννιά. Και πολλά άτομα, συμπεριλαμβανομένων των ακτιβιστών, σκέφθηκαν ότι αυτό δεν είχε καμία σχέση με κανένα θέμα υγειονομικής φύσης. Εννοώ, είναι ακόμη λιγότερο εύλογη εξήγηση σαν υγειονομικό ζήτημα παρά σαν οτιδήποτε άλλο. Και  έγινε μια διαδικτυακή συζήτηση από ακτιβιστές εδώ, όχι μόνο στην Αίγινα, αλλά με μεγάλη συμμετοχή από την Αίγινα, σχετικά με αυτό, και τελικά το αποτέλεσμα ήταν ότι σε πολλά μέρη οι άνθρωποι αποφάσισαν  παρόλα αυτά και γιόρτασαν την ανάσταση τα μεσάνυχτα και … Continue reading

Rhigas Velestinlis Rhigas of Velestino (1757-1798), or Rhigas Pheraios as he is more popularly known, is one of the great national heroes of modern Greece, for it was he who some thirty years before the outbreak of the Greek War of Independence in 1821 first conceived the possibility of a full-scale national revolution to free Greece from the domination of its Ottoman overlords. His aim was not simply an armed rebellion but a regeneration of the Greek people, through education, literature, propaganda, and social and political awareness. He wrote patriotic stories, poems, scientific lectures; he published detailed maps, translations from French and Italian, and drafted a constitution based on the ideology of the French Revolution. He was the first Greek to insist that the popular language, or demotic Greek, should become the official language of independent Greece. Born in Greece under Turkish rule Rhigas nevertheless received a good education, of the sort tolerated rather than encouraged by the Turkish authorities, and subsequently emigrated successively to Constantinople, Bucharest and Vienna. He recruited his supporters and laid his plans among the expatriate Greek communities, and he also had many contacts, through his successful activities as a businessman, in the Greek mainland and islands. But … Continue reading