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Nikos Raptis: Greece: The Beginning

This could be the beginning of Resistance of ordinary Greeks

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Nikos Raptis: Patriotism, Hypocrisy, and Cowardice in Our Societies

Samuel Johnson defines patriotism as “love for one’s country; zeal for one’s country” and scoundrel as “a mean rascal; a low petty villain”

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Nikos Raptis: An Earthquake is not an Academic Subject

Although quakes cannot be prevented, they can be rendered not deadly

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Nikos Raptis: A Kurdish Woman Said…

The most important event of this annual commemoration has been an angry march of tens of thousands of Greeks from the Polytechnic campus to the US embassy in Athens

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Nikos Raptis: Did the US Win the Greek Elections?

Here is, a possible estimate of what the Empire could do to protect its “property”

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Nikos Raptis: ‘Creation’ and ‘Use’ of the Nazis

The ancient Greeks with the expression “ee pollee” referred to the ordinary people in contrast to those that were considered as the intellectual elites

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Nikos Raptis: The Arrogance of the “Great”

It is pathetic to observe the arrogance of the people, also known as the world elites, who think that they own the planet and do whatever they wish because they own the gun

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Nikos Raptis: Societies: Synodic or Monodic?

Society based on meetings versus society based on domination by a powerful individual

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Nikos Raptis: Greece: The ‘Unbelievable” and Hope [?]

I shout loudly: Wake up all of you, wake up at last you the people of God, before it is too late…

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Nikos Raptis: On Human Nature

Both Shirley Temple and Lela Karayianni were endowed with the same human nature, yet they spent their lives in different “universes”. Hence they differed

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