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Re: British propaganda

Postby Sotos » Fri Mar 08, 2013 8:32 am

GreekIslandGirl wrote:No one can appreciate the Greek sense of humour unless they are extremely highly educated in psychology of the human condition and self-confidence. I've been on buses in Greece where the passengers all start commenting on the size of a woman entering the bus in such derogatory manners that "liberals" would squirm and feint. Yet reality is on the side of Greeks as we cannot carry on living with delusions!


No... that was just one of the early signs of Greece going the wrong way. Why is it humor to say something offensive about other people who have done nothing bad to you? :roll:
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Re: British propaganda

Postby carlajo » Fri Mar 08, 2013 8:40 am

jc what an old pedofile the one with the hat undressing that bangladesh child with his eyes ugggghhh

you can find these kind of marginals in every european society

even though there are too much foreigners allover europe, it is not the fault of those people, they also just try to make a better life for themselves
It seems like it is a plan of the government to more easily create social unrests in the future
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Re: British propaganda

Postby GreekIslandGirl » Fri Mar 08, 2013 9:34 am

Sotos wrote:
GreekIslandGirl wrote:No one can appreciate the Greek sense of humour unless they are extremely highly educated in psychology of the human condition and self-confidence. I've been on buses in Greece where the passengers all start commenting on the size of a woman entering the bus in such derogatory manners that "liberals" would squirm and feint. Yet reality is on the side of Greeks as we cannot carry on living with delusions!


No... that was just one of the early signs of Greece going the wrong way. Why is it humor to say something offensive about other people who have done nothing bad to you? :roll:


It was rather a while ago but it made me realise Greeks were no different to Cypriots (a little crude) and especially no different to the over-familiarity exhibited in rib-pulling in my own family.

The particular comment was in the manner of "make more room for the big lady". Then there was some clever play on words. Appearing concerned but without excusing the reason why. It goes back to Aristophanes. :wink:

It's nice when people are not afraid to speak.
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Re: British propaganda

Postby GreekIslandGirl » Fri Mar 08, 2013 9:45 am

SKI-preo wrote:
GreekIslandGirl wrote:No one can appreciate the Greek sense of humour unless they are extremely highly educated in psychology of the human condition and self-confidence. I've been on buses in Greece where the passengers all start commenting on the size of a woman entering the bus in such derogatory manners that "liberals" would squirm and feint. Yet reality is on the side of Greeks as we cannot carry on living with delusions!


Did they all start singing "Taram Taram Taram espase to Tram, Mbenei mia xontrh "

Also, were you the woman of large size?


No, I'm the type who receives no comments when I am at my worst, or receive nice comments when looking normal. Most times (in Cyprus at least) we get to hear all the anti-German jokes because they assume my husband and I are both "Γερμανοί".

Anyway, it's still usual to hear young lads shout "Fresh Meat" to each other (an in-joke in Polis) and laugh when a load of new British tourists go by.

There are many "racist" inclined comments being thrown around when people feel comfortable they are with their own kind. It's a commonality most cultures have. A few have become mentally sick though, probably through thought repression.
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Re: British propaganda

Postby Jerry » Fri Mar 08, 2013 1:29 pm

Sotos wrote:Who are those people? Are they MPs with GD or just some random people in a coffee shop? GD is nasty but the quality of reporting depends on this question.


The racist thug is Alexandros Plomaritis, 44, a deputy candidate in Greece's parliamentary elections last summer. GD claimed they didn't know they were being filmed but judging from the quality of the fiming I doubt it.
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Re: British propaganda

Postby kurupetos » Fri Mar 08, 2013 1:56 pm

supporttheunderdog wrote:British propaganda or Honest reporting ?

Shows what a nasty racist bit of shit that f*cking NAZI GD man is AND ALL WHO SUPPORT HIM!

Thanks for posting this Kuru for showing what they are!

:lol: I was not joking.
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Re: British propaganda

Postby kurupetos » Fri Mar 08, 2013 1:58 pm

carlajo wrote:jc what an old pedofile the one with the hat undressing that bangladesh child with his eyes ugggghhh

you can find these kind of marginals in every european society

even though there are too much foreigners allover europe, it is not the fault of those people, they also just try to make a better life for themselves
It seems like it is a plan of the government to more easily create social unrests in the future

Did they enter Greece legally? :roll: They should be deported immediately.
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Re: British propaganda

Postby kurupetos » Fri Mar 08, 2013 2:01 pm

Jerry wrote:
Sotos wrote:Who are those people? Are they MPs with GD or just some random people in a coffee shop? GD is nasty but the quality of reporting depends on this question.


The racist thug is Alexandros Plomaritis, 44, a deputy candidate in Greece's parliamentary elections last summer. GD claimed they didn't know they were being filmed but judging from the quality of the fiming I doubt it.

Greece belongs to Greeks, charlieboy. If foreigners don't like it, they can bugger off to London or some other shithole. :wink:
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Re: British propaganda

Postby Jerry » Fri Mar 08, 2013 2:07 pm

kurupetos wrote:
Jerry wrote:
Sotos wrote:Who are those people? Are they MPs with GD or just some random people in a coffee shop? GD is nasty but the quality of reporting depends on this question.


The racist thug is Alexandros Plomaritis, 44, a deputy candidate in Greece's parliamentary elections last summer. GD claimed they didn't know they were being filmed but judging from the quality of the fiming I doubt it.

Greece belongs to Greeks, charlieboy. If foreigners don't like it, they can bugger off to London or some other shithole. :wink:



And where should the hundreds of thousands of Cypriots in the UK bugger off to if they don't like it cyppoboy?
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Re: British propaganda

Postby Oceanside50 » Fri Mar 08, 2013 3:38 pm

Sotos wrote:
GreekIslandGirl wrote:No one can appreciate the Greek sense of humour unless they are extremely highly educated in psychology of the human condition and self-confidence. I've been on buses in Greece where the passengers all start commenting on the size of a woman entering the bus in such derogatory manners that "liberals" would squirm and feint. Yet reality is on the side of Greeks as we cannot carry on living with delusions!


No... that was just one of the early signs of Greece going the wrong way. Why is it humor to say something offensive about other people who have done nothing bad to you? :roll:


what did the fat lady say back to them, how did she react? did she start crying and go to the back of the bus hiding? or did she put them all in their place with a comment or gesture?
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