Migrants in Greece will be housed in hotels while you pay for it

In July this year the European commission (EC) allocated €209 million to accommodate migrants and to provide them with cash assistance in Greece. An enormous amount for some “camps” and “humanitarian aid” don’t you think? But as is often the case when the EC is involved, that’s not the whole story. Earlier we reported that Greece […]
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Had our Grandparents selfishly deserted their country to go claim Asylum, we would all be speaking German!

In today’s world of mollycoddled and spoilt millennials, it is unfathomable to imagine the horrors and despair of the trenches and battlefields in the First and Second World Wars. However this inability to understand the importance of what took place and to nonchalantly allow all and sundry to walk in and settle in your country […]
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Did Ancient Greeks Worship Earthquakes? Sacred Sites Built on Fault Lines

The ancient Greeks may have worshiped earthquakes, purposely building temples and other important structures directly above fault lines. But the same natural phenomenon they exalted could have also destroyed them. According to the University of Plymouth, it’s not an entirely new idea that earthquakes played a role in the lives of ancient Greeks: “Scientists have […]
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