Wednesday, December 26, 2007

Enough is Enough

As the holiday season falls upon us once again, we are met with a frenzy of ‘pc’ attempts to make sure that no one is ‘offened’ this year. However, have these politically correct attempts gone too far? Have they instead of spreading unity and togetherness, infact alienated one of the founding groups of our country? Have we forgotten the original message that this holiday season is suppose to inspirer inside us all? I personally think we have, we’ve lost the true meaning of the holidays, and have become blinded by liberal mombo jombo. This holiday season, whether you are a Pagan, Christian, Jew, Muslim or even a Hindu, I think we should all stand with one clear voice, and say, ‘Enough is Enough’.

PC Madness

Political Correctness, is described by the Canadian Oxford Dictionary as, “the avoidance of forms of expression or action that exclude, marginalize, or insult certain racial or cultural groups”. If this is the case, wouldn’t one say the PC movement’s actions against Christmas, actually go against the goals of the PC movement? By their actions they have insulted and excluded Christians from the holidays, while other cultural and racial holidays are freely expressed by name in public.
Today’s liberal generation has seen the term ‘Merry Christmas’, replaced with ‘Happy Holidays’ or ‘Seasons Greetings’. All so that non-christian groups do not feel left out of the holiday season. Our nation has allowed itself to alter its own unique culture, which like it or not, is based upon Protestant Christianity’s traditions. To ask a country to change itself, for others, is not only morally wrong, but in plain english, its stupid! As recently as two years ago, the Boston City Christmas tree was renamed the ‘holiday tree’, causing so much controversy and protest, the city was forced to change its name back. This PC movement has created an overwhelming christian country, to make its christian festival’s disappear, and I for one, am outraged.

Truth about Kwanzaa

One of our country’s holidays, which seems to go unchanged for the sake of political correctness is Kwanzaa. A week-long holiday, held from December 26 till January 1, honoring African-American heritage, as an alternative to Christmas for the Black population of the United States. A purely racial holiday, founded to help segegate the United States on racial lines. Its founder is Ron Karenga, aka Ron Everett, an author, activist, and convicted felon. Karenga was an active member in the Black Power movement, and member of the ‘United Slaves’ organization, known as being an outspoken black nationalist group. I ask you readers if such a holiday was established by a ‘white nationalist’, would it be tolerated in mainstream society?

Truth about Hanukkah

Hanukkah, the Festival of lights, one of the most important Jewish holidays. Although it has been celebrated in the mainstream for quite some time, not much is known about it’s historical importance. Many Christians do not even truly know what this holiday commemorates. Its representation of the Jewish victory over Hellenistic culture, the very same civilization, which is the corner stone for Western(American) civilization. And yet, Western Civilization tolerates this holiday, yet it is the Jewish community, which leads the calls for political correctness, while leaving their ethnic holiday out of the madness of the ‘PC’ crime patrol.

Unjust War against Christmas

One of the leading organizations in this ‘war’ against Christmas is the Anti-Defamation League. An organization, which mission statement (from their web site) reads: “To stop the defamation of the Jewish people…to secure justice and fair treatment to all”. Yet their little battle against Christmas is nothing more then an attack on the country’s historic identity. As well as very Christophobic, which could lead to racial and cultural hatred. If one is to view the ADL’s web site, you will find an article entitled, ‘December Dilemma’, which is a guideline for holiday assemblies, and rules of conduct for public schools. I ask you, who is the ADL to make up such a guideline for our public schools? Who died and made them the enforcers of ‘pc’ conduct in mainstream society, enforcers, which do not ‘enforce’ political correctness equality, but rather support a double standard. A double standard, which the majority of America seems to turn a blind eye to, for fear of being label ‘racist’ or ‘anti-Semitic’.
I call for all intelligent people of America, to look pass this new age of political correctness, which is destroying not only our holidays, but also our whole society. Enough is enough, when is America going to start calling it as it is, and enjoying life for as long as humanly possible. Enough with the nonsense, enough of the White bashing, race card playing, anti-Christian, xenophobic, bullshit.

Monday, December 24, 2007


Some call me a marytr
Cause i rather die then falter
Hold my beliefs alittle longer
Cause im alittle stronger
Pray to God that we can alter
The path that we have taken
The lives that we have shaken
The hearts that we have broken
The ways that we have chosen
But now my eyes have been awaken
And As my heart starts pacing
My soul starts aching
For a chance to rewrite the past
Could this be real at last
So put your hopes and dreams on me
And lets see how this will be
A time for all of mankind to see
How much this really means to me

My Enemies Flag

Close my eyes, and hope to die
My enemies flag Flies high
Destine to live and die
So i will start and testify
About the wrongs and rights
A child's mind designs
In a world without time

So i pray to the divine
That help will come in time
To save this childs mind
As we lie, in foreign fields to die
We as soldiers cry
Tears run from our eyes
Why do we try
To help our enemies flag fly high

O Haimos

Well i figured for the Christmas season. I'll release afew of my other poems on here also. So here is O Haimos, i hope you enjoy

Haimos Haimos with mountains so bold
Your enemies once hoped that your heroes would grow old
But little did they know, that our hearts beat on
So raise your swords
To the Beat back the hordes
O Haimos, O Haimos, with lands so true
Your heroes are coming back to you
In our thoughts and memories you still will hold
A Place more precious then gold

Hellenic Spirit

I've been unable to finish the afew ideas i have for articles to be posted. However, because i've been lacking in free time, i thought i might post an old poem i've written for those who do read my blog. So here it is Hellenic Spirit. I hope you like

Hear the words I need to speak
Through these thoughts you will begin to weep
Asking question like where, what, and why
Did little Maria from Anatolia have to die

Where was America that day?
When young women began to pray
Why weren't their screams heard?
As our cities began to burn
And Allied Ships Fled
What went on in Chrysostomos' Head?
As we were left to our fate, to be consumed by hate

Our rivers ran red
With terror and bloodshed
Leave all you've known
Bring only what one can hold
That is what we were told

So can you feel my pain?
As my tears fall like rain
With thoughts of Eastern Thrace
Long before the Turks came to massacre my race

The Hellenic Spirit lives on
Through Dance and through Song
In our hearts and our minds
Till the end of time

So I ask you little Hellene, do you remember the dreams
Of that Kritikos, O Venizelos
Liberation one day, are the words you should say
No longer will Pontians be slain, as we begin the campaign
So that our forefathers did not die in vain

Constantinpoli was once its name
Hagia Sofia waits to be reclaimed
So we must lift up our swords
And beat back the Turkish Hordes
To reclaim our lost homes

The Hellenic Spirit Lives on
Through Dance and through song
In our hearts and our minds
Till the end of time

Tuesday, November 27, 2007

Orthodox-Islamic Cooperation

In today’s modern society, of so called Religious freedoms and tolerance, have we truly come to an age of understanding and mutual respect for each others religious beliefs and practices? If so, why has such a wonderful society past over the Christian community of Turkey? Turkey’s present-day Greek Orthodox community has missed out on the universal rights that other Religious communities around the world hold. Why, is the current situation allowed to continue with no reaction from the international community? Why has the voice of the Greek Orthodox Community in Turkey gone unheard?

Some would call the current situation in Turkey a clear reaction to the current Middle Eastern Conflict and attempt to include it into some ongoing Christian-Muslim feud. However, it is my belief that this is not the case, but rather it is the Turkish state and Kemalist ideology, which are to blame rather then the Islamic faith. Would a Muslim like to see his or her holiest places tampered with? I believer the answer would be the same as it would be for a Christian. So then why haven’t the Greek Orthodox sites and community of Turkey been given the same respect?

An example of the ongoing hypocrisy lies with the former Greek Orthodox Church of Hagia Sophia. The Church of the Holy Wisdom of God was the most important religious structure and center focal point of Orthodoxy for over 1,000 years. Built on the Holy grounds of an ancient Greek pagan temple site, the church was first erected as the Megali Ecclesia or Great Church, being commissioned by Constantine the Great. Destroyed twice, the Church was reconstructed by Emperor Justinian I, expanding the Church’s size and importance. Being the seat of the Patriarch of Constantinople and the setting for Imperial ceremonies, Hagia Sophia was a sight to be seen. With the fall of the Eastern Roman Empire, however, the Great Church was converted into a Mosque until 1935. When it was turned into a Museum, which it remains till this very day.

The importance of this religious structure to the Orthodox World can only compared to the Islamic worlds own Dome of the Rock. Today’s oldest standing Islamic building; this Mosque stands on the site once the praying direction for all Muslims before Mecca. The holy site is reported to be the location where Muhammad ascended to Heaven to receive the Islamic prayers before returning to Earth. Like Hagia Sophia, the location itself has been the scene of other religious buildings of different faiths as well, finding it in the past also as a Holy place for Pagans, Jews, and Christians alike.

Today the Dome of the Rock finds itself surrounded by controversy. It was Ariel Sharon’s visit here that sparked a return to Middle Eastern violence. It is the focal point of many theories about Christianity’s Second Coming and the Jewish Messianic Era. It is even the subject of political wishes to relocate the structure to Mecca so that the Third Jewish Temple came be built. Much like its Orthodox Christian counterpoint, Hagia Sophia, which finds itself the center of controversy in Turkey. Both buildings are the center focus of their religious communities, both receiving political calls for their removal and relocation, and both being seen as a religious place of worship by other communities. It is because of this that both of these Holy places must be protected and allowed to be used for their single most important purpose as the center of their religious communities’ lives. With this in mind, that I believe it is up to the Orthodox World to call out to the Islamic world for a sense of mutual understanding concerning Hagia Sophia based on empathy from the Islamic world because of a mutual understanding based on their Dome of the Rock situation.

It is because of this that a call must go forth to the Organization of the Islamic Conference in Jeddah, Saudi Arabia. Calling for a mutual understanding and joint cause to help both the Orthodox and Islamic World in protecting and securing their religious independence in today’s modern World. Using each others political and religious power to aid each other in their common search for religious tolerance. Having the Orthodox Church’s voice joining the international cause to protect the Dome of the Rock from Zionist dreams and having the Islamic Conferences influence to put pressure on the state of Turkey in protecting its Orthodox citizens.

Thursday, November 8, 2007

The Game called Life

Whether you follow an ideology like National Socialism or Communism, there is a view of society, better yet, of history. Some believe that history itself to the present day is nothing but a racial struggle, while others believe it is economic and a class struggle. Yet what if both these theories were right? What if history was a mix of both? A Hybrid theory of history and human society, which could be seen as nothing more then one big cosmic game, a game, which like all others have rules and guidelines that no matter how much you disagree with, are unbreakable.

The Bonds between Humanity and Nature have its foundation in the blood and soil of life. Today’s man seems to forget that man itself is nothing more then a mammal, and hence subject to the same natural laws as the rest of earth’s many other creatures. Mankind may sometimes disagree with the many unwritten laws of nature, believe them to be unfair and at times even ‘inhuman’, however, these many truths of nature are facts of life, like it or not. For man to try and deny them, to turn a blind eye to reality, only works against our own personal happiness and group evolutionary process.

Even in our modern times, one can see the similarities between humanity and the animal kingdom. The basic structures of both these worlds mirror each other, one is grouped by races and ethnicities, while the latter into species and breeds. One world grouping its creatures into packs and prides, while we divide into gangs and clans. And yet we all form a similar side, brothers in a common struggle, against the natural elements. The mind set and urges of both worlds’ creatures are the same. The needs to eat, breathe, reproduce, and fight for the right to exist. So why does modern society attempt to think humans are not involved in the same type of struggles that accrue in the animal world?

Humanity’s self built creation, ‘society’, mirrors the wild in different ways. The same natural truths known in the wild are the same in society. Whether it is sexual urges and needs or a self made hierarchy of individuals, our worlds are the same. They are both run by the same animal instincts and hence accountable to the same natural laws. The only thing that sets us apart from the rest of God’s creatures is the fact that man has created another game of competition, which only we take part in. This is a game of economics and class struggle, a game within a game.

It makes sense then, that if we wish to secede in life, one must learn the rules and excel at them, in order to master both of these games. If any race is to survive and evolve, then they as a people must stop whining and complaining about the present system of things, and learn how to turn the tables to their advantage. The one people who have mastered both of these games, is none other then the Jew. Take it anyway you wish to, but the Jew has mastered the game of life. He has survived generations against the odds to still be a thriving people in the current day. The Jew has dominated the economic part of society and has remained racially united and religiously independent, something that not many other people can also claim. Whether you are for or against them, to study and learn from their examples is a must for any group of people.

If we Hellenes are to reclaim our former glory, we must start playing the game right, instead of bickering between ourselves. We must put away our jealously and work together in a common cause for the betterment of Hellenism. We must look at each and ever Hellene as our brother or sister. To aid them in their journey so that they may secede, and in return you as their brother also secede. Only when this is accomplished will we as a people start to mirror the greatness we are capable of. So I leave you with a quote from a good friend of mine. Which comes from the punch line of a joke, ‘There are no devils in the Greek Hell, for the Greeks themselves ripe each other down’.

Saturday, November 3, 2007

Orthodox Christian Holocaust Memorial

Over 84 years have past since the ending of World War I and yet still the suffering endured by Eastern Orthodox Christians during this time and the persecutions which followed have yet to be officially recognized and properly memorialized for future generations. Why has such a memorial and museum to commemorated our suffering never been created? Why is it that such buildings exist for others, such as for the Jewish Holocaust, and yet we Orthodox Christian have not come together to created such a Holy place of remembrance for our fallen martyrs? Orthodox Christians of Greek, Serbian, Armenian, Assyrian, Ukrainian, and Serbian descent to name but a few have all suffered under policies of forced marches, exiles, famine, labor/death camps and straight out massacres enforced by such political ideologies as Pan-Turkism, Communism, Ustashism and Kemalism, numbering over 50 million victims.

Today we Orthodox are continuing to feel the pressure of persecution, whether is may be inside the borders of Bosnia and Kosovo, in between the crossfire’s of feuding Middle Eastern politics, or inside the Neo-Ottoman state of Turkey and Occupied Northern Cyprus. Are we, the victims of such genocidal tactics, not worthy enough for our own place of remembrance? Our own place to teach future generations of the trials and tribulations we have suffered because of our faith? I myself think we are entitled such a place, a place where Orthodox Christian may come together to learn and remember about the brutal moments in our faiths history.

The crimes committed against our people have found little recognition inside the international community. For example the Greek Genocide, which took place during the First World War under Turkish persecution, has yet to find itself mentioned by neither the United Nations nor the European Parliament. The Greek Genocide finds itself in a tough position, as it is mostly overshadowed by the events of the Armenian Genocide, which is also part of the Orthodox Holocaust of World War I. Thanks to the Treaty of Lausanne and other minor treaties between Greece and Turkey, our government officials have all but forfeited our rights towards pushing for internationally recognized, for fears of upsetting the fragile balance of peace with our neighbor, Turkey.

And yet such heroes as Michalis Charalambidis, former PASOK Central Committee member, have pushed for our Genocides recognition. Only finding victory when in 1994, our motherland finally recognized our Genocide, over 71 years after its tragic events. If we are to wait for our government to take charge and start such a project on a facility as I speak of, we are truly lost. The Greek Government, whether PASOK or New Democracy controlled, has never stood as defenders of Hellenism. Today, our only monuments dedicated to those martyrs can be found in Thessaloniki and Canada, only for those Pontians who were massacred in the closing years of the Ottoman Empire. It is up to the collective voice of Hellenism to stand on our own two feet and scream to the world, that such a place can and must be created.

There are numerous of examples, in which, other nations around the world have built memorials and museums to pay their respects to their fallen martyrs, in different Genocides. The victims of the Armenian Genocide and the Jewish Holocaust both have such places. Such as Tsitsernakaberd in Armenia, the United States Holocaust Memorial Museum in Washington DC and Yad Vashem in Israel. These places are used as memorials and research centers to help document and study the events of such crimes. Shining examples of what not only we Greeks are missing, but what the whole Orthodox world is lacking.

It’s with this in mind that such a place must be built not only for the victims of the Greek Genocide, but for all Orthodox Christians who have been victims of Genocide. Such a memorial and museum would best be located in a symbolic place that would best represent and aid the Orthodox World. Such a place exists in the Thracian port city of Alexandroupoli. Alexandroupoli serves as an ideal spot as it sits at the crossroads between east and west, with access to an international airport, and is one of the last places of Greek Orthodox land liberated from Ottoman tyranny. Most of its modern settlements are made up of survivors of the Greek Genocide coming from Eastern Thrace and Pontos. A building of such historic importance being located in the heart of Evros would go to show not only the native Hellenic people, but the whole world that Greece is not just the city of Athens. Showing that all of Hellenism, whether it be Pontian, Macedonian, Thracian or Athenian share a common bond. The region of Evros would also benefit greatly from such a project, bring much needed jobs and attention to one of the poorest place inside the small Hellenic nation. In short, I ask not the Hellenic government, but the Hellenic people, is it not time for our own place of remembrance? Is it not time that all Orthodox people came together to share a common memorial for our fallen brothers and sisters?