by John Galt
May 29, 2012 07:00 ET
In another sign that the nation of Greece is failing to function at every level, another story appears in the Greek newspaper Protothema which gives the average person some degree of awareness as to how severe the crisis truly is:
It’s a good thing those evil Christians that the American elite liberals despise are still alive and well in what’s left of the Hellenic Republic. This excerpt from the story tells the world why:
The latest example is the prison in Corinth where after the supply stoppage from the nearby military camp, the prisoners are at the mercy of God because, as reported by prison staff, not even one grain of rice has been left in their warehouses. When a few days earlier the commander of the camp announced to the prison management the transportation stoppage, citing lack of food supplies even for the soldiers, he shut down the last source of supply for 84 prisoners. The response of some Corinth citizens was immediate as they took it upon themselves to support the prisoners, since all protests to the Justice ministry were fruitless.
In the past few days groups of Corinth residents have started collecting food as a small token of solidarity and respect to people who may be denied certain rights by justice but not their human dignity.
And this excerpt to close the story out:
The prisons in Patra and Alikarnassos have also been experiencing food supply problems lately, as the prisoners who cannot afford to buy food from the prison canteen are left without food.
While some might say “Good! Those are just murderers, rapists, and slime of the earth, let them starve,” the truth is that a good Christian would take the moment to share their bread with these starving souls. It would appear that even with their families struggling to survive, there is some hope that the goodness of the Greek people has not faded away despite the best efforts of the banksters to steal that away also. This should give Americans a glimpse into our future if we do not wish to get this nation back on track and away from this incessant waste of bickering and graft called the Washington political system and return the power to the states and individual.