Let’s make a hypothetical example. Two companies operate in the same neighborhood, selling the same product, but each has different bosses and therefore proceeds to go into different aspects of business and spend revenue for different purposes. One could easily say, that this is a simplistic definition of a competitive business. Such is the case of Greece and Turkey in all fields and one of the major sectors is tourism.
The fact that money going to Turkey is spent in significant percentages for weapons to be used against Greece is another important aspect, which normally should motivate leaders to not only discourage tourism from Turkey, but should also discourage Greek tourists from visiting Turkey.
But in Greece, with the current government of Samaras and Venizelos these absolutely reasonable and necessary things do not happen, rather the exact opposite. So we have statements like those of New Democracy MP Olga Kefalogiannis which from Constantinople stated that “we never saw Turkey as a competitor – we see it as an important partner “. This boldly declares that the Minister has no contact with reality.
“We would like the number of Turkish citizens visiting Greece to grow and not be limited to only the summer months, but throughout the year,” she said, and in this regard seems to want to fill Athens and later all the Greek territories with mosques. They ignore that at the very same time these “partners” are wanting to turn the Hagia Sophia and other monuments of Orthodoxy into mosques. Unaware (seemingly) that the Turks directly threaten Greece and Cyprus with war if they do not submit to their will.
Last by not least they ignore the interests of the Greeks, which demanded order and the predominance of reason, the prevalence of the Golden Dawn!
GOLDEN DAWN NEW YORK EDITORS NOTE:
So, here we are living in New York, with so many “Proud Greek-American Leaders” in Astoria, the massive talk of “Preserving Hellenism” for future generations of Greeks. We hear the talk of “Hellenic Pride” “Hellenic Orthodoxy” and we see the parades, we see the festivals, and yet still there are wealthy Greek-American businessmen and “Greek-Community Organizers” supporting the Samaras government. This begs the question, Is this their idea of “Preserving Hellenism”? Who do they really work for?