17 thoughts on “Greek cleaners don’t give up despite police violence

  1. It’s a bit of a mess in Greece. We were there in 2003, more than ten years ago and they seemed to be failing then. I don’t think having the Olympics was any help. All these countries think they are going to make it big on the rich tourists. There aren’t many rich tourists around anymore. There is, however, a direct link between the amount of corruption and the failing of the society. Unfortunately, this is happening all over. (Corruption and failing societies)

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