1. I emerge from the depths
From the cool of the ocean beds, back to the warm and painful sun.
I have to re-open my eyes and see around me.
I have to face reality again, as painful as it is.
2. I am sad
Three people died for nothing.
and it is not enough anymore to accuse the hooligans.
I am sad
The country is in the middle of a huge crisis and most of the politicians are playing games.
I am sad.
The problems we are facing are enormous but it seems that no one in Greece is responsible for them.
And no one is going to be punished.
3. I am confused
“How can a hand made Molotov, or two, or three, burn a three story building to the extent that three employees suffocate and die?
What about fire protection systems?
Why isn’t there any public statement about them? “
I cannot comprehend the facts
A proper fire protection system in the building would have been activated automatically seconds after the Molotovs were thrown in the building and the fire would have been extinguished almost immediately.
Why didn’t this happen?
It is easy to talk about the unknown hooligans who threw the Molotovs. but how is Justice served when the Management of the Bank has not answered some simple questions?
For example, were there or not sprinklers installed in the building?
4. I am angry
“The fire brigade had never issued an operating license to the building in question.
The agreement for it to operate was under the table, as it practically happens with all businesses and companies in Greece.”
Source: Void Network
Where is the Public Prosecutor?
When a strong Earthquake hit Athens in 1999 and buildings collapsed, there were inquiries about the extent to which the Civil Enginners and Constructors had followed the relevant regulations.
What is going to happen now?
5. I want to cry
For the three dead.
For the cover up that I foresee.
For the continuing decline of our society not only in financial but also in moral and cultural terms.
6. Best wishes to the mothers of the world
Happy Mother’s Day!