February 12, 2016

Thousands of farmers with their tractors have managed to enter the centre of Athens today in spite of a government prohibition and police road blocks.

Farmers have set up camp and soup kitchens in the square in front of the parliament in preparation for a protest lasting at least two days.

Hard proof of charges on April 22nd, 2015

February 12, 2016

Hard proof has finally emerged that I filed charges against Theodekti Vallianatou and others at the monastery of St John the Forerunner, Anatoli, in the form of a receipt from the Larisa tax office confirming I paid 100 euros on April 22nd, 2015 to deposit a lawsuit.

The suppression of these and the bribery charges on April 27th, 2015, were necessary for Larisa police and state prosecutors to direct the investigation to the wrong monastery, wrong money transfers and ambiguous person.

You would have to be Sherlock Holmes to find a trace of these documents. In violation of procedures, they are not part of the investigation, which has been directed a spurious crime.

More soon…

Final Proof





February 12, 2016

Farmers trying to enter Athens in buses to participate in a protest against punishing new taxes and social security hikes clashed with riot police on the capital’s outskirts after they were denied entry in violation of an agreement.

Farmers had left their tractors behind on the instructions of the government. But when they tried to enter in vehicles to join a protest in front of the parliament at 5 pm this evening, they found riot police blocking their path. Police fired tear gas to halt the farmers.

Farmers from all over Greece descended on Athens today to protest taxes and social security hikes tha would bankrupt them, leaving banks and vulture funds to foreclose on their farms.

Shame on the Greek police! If the whole country collapses and descends into Third World chaos, it will be largely their fault. Instead of following the law, they have allowed themselves to become attack dogs for the bankers and their puppet Alexis Tsipras.

We have seen many faces of Tsipras in his short time on the world’s political stage. Tsipras the smooth talker, the liar, the clown. Today, Greece saw the thuggish and despotic face of Tsipras ordering the police to use extreme violence against the country’s farmers.

Read my latest version detailing the staggering corruption of Larisa state prosecutors and police here.

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February 12, 2016

It was an unequal fight. On the one side the Greek riot police equipped with helmets, shields and batons. On the other side, simple farmers carrying  nothing but crocks used to tend their sheep on the idyllic island of Crete.

But the riot police managed to hold out for several minutes before their vehicles and personnel turned and fled at top speed through the streets of Athens in the early hours of this morning.

Unprecedented pictures, say the Greek media.

Cretan farmers had been refused permission to disembark with their tractors at Piraeus harbour after sailing overnight from Heraklion. They proceeded peacefully by underground and foot into the centre of Athens in the early hours, the first group of farmers from around the country , who are heading to Athens today for a three day protest at crushing taxes and social security hikes.

 I think a pretty reasonable request by farmers from Crete to be allowed to stage a “symbolic occupation” of the Ministry of Agriculture, (their ministry, paid for by their taxes), was rejected. Clashes broke out. The police used tear gas.

The Greek police are like something out of a 1930s B movie I can now say from personal experience. Their standards of ethics and professionalism leave room for improvement. And Alexis Tsipras has already unleashed the full violence of his police attack dogs on the farmers at the very start of their protests in Athens.

Nevertheless, Farmers can oust Tsipras by blockading motorways and railways and besieging Athens, Thessaloniki with their tractors. Preventing supplies entering the city will  force Tsipras to his knees, thought it might take longer.


February 11, 2016

Read the (hopefully) final version of the criminal charges against various police and justice officials in Larisa, lawyers, Theodekti Vallianatou and the Bishop of Volos.

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The evidence I present here in this report reinforces the allegations I made in my original charges that an international criminal conspiracy, including Alexis Tsipras and George Soros, attempted to silence me in April in the monastery of St John the Forerunner after enlisting the help of Abbess Theodekti Vallianatou.

I allege that the same international criminal conspiracy has mobilized vast resources in Greece to cover up the murder attempt, and they did so in such a way as to be in a position at the end of the investigation to impose a penalty on me such as defamation .

The Larisa cover up involves, police, justice officials and lawyers at a micro level. But there is evidence a macro operation was set in motion in summer to thwart justice in my case in the form of sweeping changes made to five top positions in the Larisa police force on July 23, 2015. These personnel changes came into effect immediately, and overlap with the dates of a handwritten police note directing the investigation to the wrong monastery, wrong money transfers and wrong person.

It is plausible given the coordination and scale of the  cover up in Larisa was coordinated at a macro level between the ministers of justice and interior in Athens, and sanctioned by Alexis Tsipras himself.

The highest ranks of the Orthodox clergy joined in the conspiracy to silence a journalist performing a public watchdog function on the internet for gain.


February 11, 2016

NATO ships are on their way to the Aegean Sea to help Turkey and Greece crack down on criminal networks smuggling refugees into Europe, the alliance’s top commander said on Thursday, reports Ekathimerini.

NATO’s involvement was arranged between Germany’s Chancellor Angela Merkel and Recep Erdogan, fuelling speculation about the real agenda of the mission .


February 11, 2016

NATO is to start naval patrols in the Aegean Sea to stem the influx of migrants into Greece after the country’s Defence Minister Panos Kammenos changed his policy position.

Macedonia is preparing to seal its border with Greece to all refugees and migrants between February 23 and March 13th, and in spite of pressure from Angela Merkel’s government.

Macedonia is implementing plans for multiple barriers at its border and the deployment of troops. Building layers of fences is surely a wise precaution, which every Balkan country should urgently consider erecting.


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