Posts Tagged ‘Greeks’

Was Chile colonised by the ancient Greeks?

Was Chile colonised by the ancient Greeks? In 1974, professor César Navarrete, published a book entitled: “The Greek origin of the Araucanians (original title ” el origen griego de los araucanos) As the official historian of the Araucanian race, Lonko Kilapán reveals that an expedition started from Sparta between 800 and 600 BC travelling towards […]

Maccabees were Jewish fake Greeks

Maccabees were Jewish fake Greeks DIO CASSIUS. Second century Roman historian. Describing the savage Jewish uprising against the Roman empire that has been acknowledged as the turning point downward in the course of that great state-form: “The Jews were destroying both Greeks and Romans. They ate the flesh of their victims, made belts for themselves out […]

SCOTLAND THE LAND OF THE GREEKS

SCOTLAND THE LAND OF THE GREEKS

The Bible’s oldest text teachings came from the Greeks, not from Hebrews

A Jew explains:- The Bible’s oldest text teachings came from the Greeks, not from Hebrews. The Jewish Bible psyop has finally been debunked! What he failed to mention is that Hebrew is also a Greek dialect https://www.jewworldorder.org/palestine-is-greek-not-arabic-or-jewish/

Maccabees were Greeks

Original Maccabees were Greeks. Turks (jews) later took on the identity to mask themselves, like they usually do throughout history in every country they invade. Do not let wikipedia fool you. As the ancient Greeks found and named Scotland (Scotadi = greek meaning = dark) Ancient Greeks in Scotland used the Maccabee in their family […]

(VIDEO) SAKKARI ON SIMILARITIES BETWEEN GREEKS AND ITALIANS: “WE DON’T DRIVE REALLY WELL”

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Arrival of 39 Greeks, foreign nationals ends Sudan rescue operation

A C-130 military transport plane carrying 20 Greek citizens and 19 from other countries who were evacuated from Sudan landed at Elefsina Air Force Base, west of Athens, after 9 p.m. Thursday. The operation concluded the rescue and evacuation operations in Sudan, the National Defense General Staff announced. Prime Minister Kyriakos Mitsotakis visited the base,… […]

Stelios Petsas on the Evros fence: “Four out of five Greeks seem to be in favour”

Deputy Interior Minister Stelios Petsas, in today’s interview, referring to the creation of the fence in Evros. “Four out of five Greeks seem to be in favour of such solutions which protect our state against someone who wants to enter through the window and not through the door in our country,” Petsas said. “I cannot… […]

Ancient Greeks and Indigenous Australians: Far Away, Yet So Close.

The cross cultural connections between Ancient Greeks and Indigenous Australians was the theme of a talk given last night at Sydney university by Dr Vassilis Adrahtas who presented the amazing array of similarities in the underlying hierophanics between the two cultural groups. The event, entitled: “Myths and Dreamings: Cross Hatchings between Ancient Greece and Indigenous… […]

“King of the Greeks” reads the inscription on Constantine II’s tombstone in Tatoi

On Sunday morning, the family of former King Constantine II attended the Trisagion held in his memory at Tatoi. The measures in the area were draconian, aligned with the wishes of the former royal family for the Trisagion to be held only for close family members. At the same time, the tomb of the former […]

Today is National Pie Day. Pie creation can be traced back to the ancient Egyptians and Greeks

January 23 is National Pie Day – not to be confused with National Pi Day, which is on March 14. The ancient Egyptians are the earliest-known civilization to have had a pie dish. It typically consisted of a crust made from wheat, oats, rye, or barley and filled with honey. The ancient Greeks and Romans […]

Parties’ demands have turned off Greeks abroad from registering to vote in national elections, PASOK-KINAL charges

The limitations that SYRIZA and other opposition parties imposed on voting by Greeks living abroad essentially “practically cancelled the large-scale electoral participation of Greeks residing abroad,” PASOK-Movement for Change (KINAL) said on Tuesday. Its press office said in a statement that “even expensive awareness campaigns failed to mobilize our fellow-Greeks who live abroad and have… […]

Which Christmas destinations abroad did Greeks choose this year

Paris, London, Rovaniemi, Vienna but also Egypt, New York and Dubai are the top destinations chosen by Greeks to spend the Christmas and New Year holidays. Of course, Munich, Budapest, Belgrade and the ski resort in Bansko are not missing from the list of options. Speaking to Proto Thema, the president of the Federation of… […]

Pornhub revealed the category most watched by Greeks: The World Cup saw a drop in traffic

The standard review it does at the end of each year was published by Pornhub, which revealed, among other things, the category that Greeks enjoy. Pornhub, the well-known website for erotic content, shortly before the end of 2022, made its usual review, from in which we know what category the Greeks prefer the most. For… […]

Greeks march to mark the anniversary of 1973 student revolt

Thousands of Greeks marched peacefully through Athens on Thursday to commemorate a 1973 protest in which dozens died when the army cracked down on students opposing military rule. Hundreds of police guarded the peaceful march to the Embassy of the United States, which provided tacit support to a seven-year military dictatorship that collapsed in 1974.… […]

SYRIZA: Mitsotakis is plunging Greeks into poverty

Opposition SYRIZA-Progressive Alliance said in an announcement on Thursday that Prime Minister Kyriakos Mitsotakis “is plunging Greek society into poverty”. “There has even been an appearance of anti-theft devices on baby formula in supermarkets. Mr. Mitsotakis is also sinking democracy into a murky landscape of phone tappings. He has set up a deep state of… […]

No Greeks among Istanbul explosion victims; President and PM offer condolences to Turkey

No Greeks are among the victims of the explosion that rocked central Istanbul, Turkey on Sunday afternoon confirmed the Greek Foreign Ministry. The Ministry confirmed in a statement that the Greek Consulate is in constant contact with the local authorities and according to the existing information there are no Greeks among the victims. It also… […]

The Legacy of the Greeks: Classical Greece and its Influence on Sydney

The glory of classical Greece has had a deep impact globally, its broad influence reaching to all corners of the earth. Although separated by ten thousand miles and twenty-five hundred years, in many regards classical Greece and Sydney are not so much apart as alike. The glory years of classical Greece has had a profound […]

Greeks at greater risk of poverty and social exclusion; 70 million Europeans affected

Greeks are among the Europeans with the highest risk of social exclusion and poverty according to the latest data from Eurostat. Per the report, the highest shares of people at risk of poverty or social exclusion were recorded in Romania (34%), Bulgaria (32%), Greece and Spain (both 28%). In 2021, 95.4 million people in the EU, […]

Greeks at greater risk of poverty and social exclusion; 70 million Europeans affected

Greeks are among the Europeans with the highest risk of social exclusion and poverty according to the latest data from Eurostat. Per the report, the highest shares of people at risk of poverty or social exclusion were recorded in Romania (34%), Bulgaria (32%), Greece and Spain (both 28%). In 2021, 95.4 million people in the EU, […]

Greeks at greater risk of poverty and social exclusion; 70 million Europeans affected

Greeks are among the Europeans with the highest risk of social exclusion and poverty according to the latest data from Eurostat. Per the report, the highest shares of people at risk of poverty or social exclusion were recorded in Romania (34%), Bulgaria (32%), Greece and Spain (both 28%). In 2021, 95.4 million people in the EU, […]

At what age do Greeks generally leave the family home?

Although the average age for young people leaving home in the EU sits at 26.5 years, in Greece, Portugal, Croatia young men and women are leaving home at much older ages per the 2021 data from Eurostat. According to the data,  the oldest average ages, all at 30 years or higher, were recorded in Portugal […]

Why Greeks, Armenians Rally Against Trump’s Ally Dr. Oz

Greek and Armenian organizations in the US have joined forces to prevent Dr. Mehmet Oz, an ally of former President Donald Trump, to win a Senate seat in Pennsylvania. The #StopOz campaign was launched by the Armenian National Committee of America (ANCA) and the Hellenic American Leadership Council (HALC) recently. The campaign includes a video […]

Smyrna is burning: Remembering the unforgettable homelands of the Greeks

On August 31, 1922, Kemal’s army wanted to destroy everything Greek that existed in the capital of Ionia. Smyrna is burning. The burning of the Ionian capital is one of the many crimes against humankind and civilization committed by the Turks during their history. The protagonist of the Asia Minor tragedy was a venerable hierarch […]

Erdoğan says Greeks have a “vile character”; Bahçeli threatens Greece with war

Recep Tayyip Erdoğan went on a new tirade of extreme provocation, finding the occasion of the 100th anniversary of the Asia Minor Disaster to send a special message to ultra-nationalist crowds. He launched a direct attack against the Greeks, proceeding with a historical retrospective, while he did not miss the opportunity to bring his neo-Ottoman […]

Greek Australian Theodosis believed he was aiding his fellow Greeks to fight fires, but his selfless act ended up in Athens’s hardest prison

Australian-born Theodosis Kakouris decided to volunteer to help fight the wildfires in Attica, Greece, back in August 2021, but his selfless act cost him a lengthy stint in jail. Not only did his efforts remain recognised, but he also ended up being arrested as a suspect for arson. Mr Kakouris was remanded in custody for… […]

How Greeks celebrate Dekapentavgoustos in Greece

Dekapentavgoustos in Greece If you are looking for the liveliest time to be in Greece, Dekapentavgoustos (August 15th) should be on top of your list.  Marking the Assumption of the Virgin Mary — one of the largest religious celebrations in the country— this period also hosts some of the greatest Panigiria (festivals). Greeks from Athens,… […]

Glamorous Mykonos party: Greeks, Arabs and Israelis pay €1,500 a ticket to see Remos and others

It was already dawn on the beach of Psaros in Mykonos when the wild party with Antonis Remos ended and the guests rose from the tables to return to their luxurious apartments, villas and hotels. In the end, they already enjoyed an eight-hour concert in the famous Nammos, where the popular Greek artist returned after… […]

Greeks, Cypriots of Australia Call on PM Morrison to Recognize Genocide

Greeks, Armenians, and other Christians were the victims of genocide carried out by the Ottomans in the period 1913-1923. Public Domain The Greek and Cypriot communities in Australia urged Prime Minister Scott Morrison on Thursday to recognize the genocide carried out against Armenians, Assyrians, Greeks and other Christian minorities by the Ottomans in the early […]

Ancient Greeks Did Not Practice Infanticide Widely, Says Latest Study

“Repeat a lie often enough and it becomes the truth,” is a law of propaganda often attributed to the Nazi Joseph Goebbels. One such lie has been the notion that Ancient Greeks regularly practiced infanticide by killing off weak babies, the disabled, the lowborn, and the sickly. Now, a new study published in JSTOR’s Hesperia […]

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