55157 - Unjust agreements

N. Lygeros
Translated from the Greek by Athina Kehagias

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The unjust agreements which encroach upon the nations, not only ought to not be respected, but we must fight against them in every way, so that they may collapse, since structurally they do not function in a rational manner.
More specifically those which have an ideological foundation and do not pay any attention to the history of the people, they ought to constitute the target for new battles which must be given in order for them to be overthrown.
There is no justification whatsoever for the implementation of such an agreement.
Quite the contrary, it would be wise for the ravages of time to be activated .
It is one thing to sign an agreement in order to achieve other aims, and yet another to in fact abide by it.
Because quite often, what one who has compromised wants, is for the next to apply what interests him, without however him doing the same.
This process though, is neither responsible nor durable.
The parties who have signed an unfair agreement know very well why they did so.
In the end however, it is obvious that it has no future.
This is proven by both the memorandums and the agreements.
Because Time functions against them due to the power of strategy which catalytically alters the data of the initial conditions.