Περιμενοντας ματαια αυτη την χωρα να γινει μια χωρα που αγαπαει και σεβεται τους πολιτες της.-----------------------
Live your myth in Greece,we live this nightmare for decades..........
Waiting in vain for this country to become a country who loves and respects its citizens......
Η προδοσια της χωρας συνεχιζεται απο δεξια και ταχα αριστερα,πιαστηκαμε παλι μαλακες αλλα δεν θα σταματησουμε να μαχομαστε εναντιον στους κλεφτες,ψευτες και απατεωνες.
Πέμπτη, Σεπτεμβρίου 27, 2012
O Πρυτανης του Harvard δικαιολογει την προσληψη του προδοτη
From: Harry Tsopanos [email@example.com] Sent: Wednesday, September 12, 2012 1:51 AM To: Ellwood, David Subject: FW: Congrats
Μy congratulations to you too and your institute that employed the person who is responsible for more than 3000 suicides up to date,1,5 million unemployed,people suffering and sleeping in the streets.'
This is what he is going to teach your students this man?
Former Prime Minister Papandreou was invited to spend the fall 2012 semester as a Visiting Fellow by Harvard's Institute of Politics, which is based here at the Kennedy School. Visiting fellows with the Institute of Politics traditionally meet with student groups, lead discussion groups on topical issues and their experiences in public and political service, and participate in public policy classes with students and Harvard University faculty. Over the years the program has hosted hundreds of political leaders with diverse experiences and viewpoints. Past Visiting Fellows include former British Prime Minister Gordon Brown; former Haitian Prime Minister Michele Pierre-Louis; and former Florida Governor Jeb Bush, among many others.
One of the fundamental tenets of the Kennedy School and all American universities is a free exchange of ideas. In keeping with that educational mission, the School has a long and proud tradition of providing an opportunity for leaders from around the world to speak to and interact with the community on important public policy issues, and just as importantly, to give members of our community the opportunity to ask unfiltered questions of these leaders. The unique opportunity to engage in direct discussion with a head of state is one that many of our students value greatly, even if they may disagree on some policy positions.
I do appreciate your concerns and hope this background is helpful.
David T. Ellwood, Dean
Scott M. Black Professor of Political Economy
Harvard Kennedy School
79 JFK Street
Cambridge, MA 02138
Phone: (617) 495-1122
Thank you for your reply,but what exchange of ideas are you talking about,since when education can be based in lies?
Mr Papandreou is lying to all the world and to himself,we know the truth,you can visit Athens to experience it yourself,to see the homeless,the million of unemployed,read in the newspapers of the suicides of people every day,Mr Papandreou either was unable to govern a country or he had orders to act the way he did.
It is a pity your univercity gave a position to a criminal,I only hope that soon someone will take him to court for high treason.
I always thought Americans respect the ideas of freedom and democracy,this person destroyed all theese ideas in my country.