Saturday, 16 June 2012

The News: Greek NAMBLA*

Explaining the Greek election and financial crisis with Star Wars[i];

The Greek parents too poor to care for their children
Father Antonios. He believes that no matter how poor parents may be, the child is always better off with its family.
"These families will be judged for abandoning their children," he says. "We can provide a child with food and shelter, but the truth is that the biggest need any child has is to feel the love of its parents."


NCDP leader Yiannis Vardakastanis, who is blind, warned the new list could create new difficulties for disabled Greeks who are already facing benefit cuts due to the country's financial crisis. The new list gives pyromaniacs and pedophiles [sic] disability pay up to 35 percent, compared to 80 percent for heart transplant recipients. 
"It's really not serious to grant Peeping Toms a 20-30 percent disability rate, and 10 percent to diabetics, who have insulin shots four or five times a day," said Vardakastanis.


Research by retail consultants Global Retail Theft Barometer and Checkpoint Systems has suggested a new wave of middle-class shoplifter is targeting high-end delicacies from supermarkets in order to maintain a lifestyle they could no longer afford. These are people who appear to be reputable and often justify their actions by arguing that they have become victims to the economic recession.

Cartman Joins NAMBLA

[i] how did humanity understand it's reality before Star Wars? 

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