The Greek silence of the lamps by Thanos Kalamidas Draco had absolutely nothing to do with dragons even though he will be unforgettable for his brutality. Draco was the first legislator in ancient Athens. He was the one who actually wrote the code, the law that was to be
A disoriented nation out of character and a very dark dawn by Thanos Kalamidas Do you know what was the first question from friends, even neighbours on my return from Greece? What’s going on over there? And I could see from their faces that they thought that I had just been in some kind of a war or a disaster zone. Fee
Deluding ourselves in Toulouse and the Euro-sceptic veil by Thanos Kalamidas I suppose you all read the news. A man and three children were shot dead in Toulouse France in front of a school. All the victims have been Jewish, black or of North African descent and the suspects belong to neo-Nazi groups. These are the facts.
When prejudice jokes spoiled my evening coffee by Thanos Kalamidas To be honest I have no idea how many books, essays or articles I have read the last decades about fascism, prejudice and racism and I had the unfortunate chance to see all three in full practice through my travels, experiences and in my everyday l
The World's Walls by Thanos Kalamidas I lived in Berlin in late 60s when the Wall was there, I actually used t play not far from the Checkpoint Charlie; and years later in the summer of 1990 I was back in Berlin for the Roger Waters concert for The Wall. I have actually seen the lights in