Let fault rest where it be­longs

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Pub­lic di­a­logue in Greece these days has been re­duced to bom­bas­tic dis­plays of ex­cess, ex­treme opin­ions and ha­tred. Nev­er­the­less, the po­lit­i­cal par­ties cur­rently in power, namely SYRIZA and In­de­pen­dent Greeks, have ab­so­lutely no right to protest with re­spect to the sit­u­a­tion. This is be­cause they them­selves cul­ti­vated all these el­e­ments for a num­ber of years and used them with­out any fore­thought or re­morse in their ef­fort to scram­ble to power. Ul­ti­mately, they bear ma­jor re­spon­si­bil­ity re­gard­ing the state of af­fairs in Greece at this mo­ment. This is why be­fore they voice any kind of com­plaints for what­ever at­tacks are car­ried out against them, they ought to apol­o­gize to the Greek peo­ple for all the un­be­liev­able things they have said against peo­ple and against de­ci­sions that now seem tame com­pared to their own.

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