What do you know about Greeks? 2

After the suicide of a retired pharmacist in Syntagma Square, another suicide for political reasons shocked Greece.

On Saturday 21/04/2012 Metikidis Savas, 45 years old, a teacher hung himself.

Savvas in a student protest in Athens

The note he wrote before committing suicide says responsible for his suicide is the political and economic situation that exists in Greece.

The suicides in Greece reached the 7 per 100,000 people.

The telephone line ”Intervention for the Suicide 1018”  in 2012 receives  four  times  more  calls than those accepted in 2010.

One in four who call the phone line states that facing financial problems.

The calls to the telephone line for 2010 was 2.500.  In  2011  was  7.000  while the first quarter of 2012 was over 4.000 .

By the way…

…today announced that 01/01/2013 will increase 25% the prices of tickets on public transport, in electricity bills and water.

#thegameagainstGreece

3 Comments

  1. Ok … That is a step too far! … sorry to hear of the teacher … another victim of International greed! … National strike … everyone out … and use the time off to find an alternative life style … and take things that you need … no cash! … but not from each other … from companies and those who have plenty! … lets see how that goes?

    • Everyone here is too ”busy” with elections…My friend you and me MUST accept the fact that Greeks are STUPID or they do not want to wake up.
      And then everybody is wondering why ”some” of us burning towns…
      THIS IS JUST THE BEGINNING…
      I can assure you for one thing and only…i WILL vote….IN THE FUCKING STREETS.

      • Just watch and keep us informed … That’s your job …. Just watch and share! … much love my friend!


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