42631 - Τhe Greek Australians are admirable

N. Lygeros
Translated from the Greek by Athina Kehagias

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The Greek Australians are worthy of great admiration for the resistance they’ve demonstrated towards the representative of the Greek government, who assumed that he would have a good time, just as he had planned, at the National Anniversary in Melbourne.
The Greek-Australians, seeing that he wasn’t ashamed to attend the National Event, they denounced him to an extent that his speech was incomprehensible, and then his bodyguards were forced to help him flee.
That’s what he deserved and that’s what he received.
And that will constitute a fine example for all those who want to impose their ways upon the Greek nation, even though they have disgraced Hellenism with the unacceptable Prespes pre-Agreement.
The government can no longer face the rage of the Greek nation which is disgusted by their representatives, wherever they go upon the planet.
Melbourne depicted the dignity of the Greek Australians.
Because they respected the entire event, which is very honourable as it takes place at the Shrine of Remembrance, and they denounced the government representative alone, consequently they differentiated between the political party issues and the national ones, because they didn’t forget the government’s crime against Macedonia.