Sakellaropoulou statement: too bad!

By | May 6, 2023

in a without precedents said the President of the Republic, Katerina Sakellaropoulou, causing outrage.

In a crescendo of misery, Sakellaropoulou expressed the certainty that “King Charles will continue the work of his late mother, Queen Elizabeth»!

we are talking about one statement of shame that insults the historical memory of the Greeks. It could be Mrs. Sakellaropoulou antihistoricalhas shown it many times his sad mandate, but you don’t have the right to is not paid on the historical memory of Hellenism.

this because Queen Elizabeth, apart from her pronounced anti-Hellenism, loaded with crimes against humanity including against underage children. his hands are stained with the blood of Evagoras Pallikaridis, Michalakis Karaolis, Andreas Dimitriou.

HE Sakellaropoulou’s certainty is therefore a curse for Greece and Hellenism. Especially from King Carlos has nothing to do with his mother, on the contrary, he is Philhellenic and he demonstrated it when he visited our homeland for the first time, the 2018immediately after the anointing of the successor.

Was Buckingham’s first official visit to Greece, after many decades, after the official invitation of the former President of the Republic Prokopis Pavlopoulos and, much as the Sky of Lampsia and Portosalte they insist on conveying that Crown Prince Charles came to Greece to eat a bagel… This is the important difference between Charles and Elizabeth, as far as Greece is concerned.

Carlos’ official visit to Greece

In fact, on that visit, Prokopis Pavlopoulos had raised the issue of the Parthenon sculptures.

As the Cypriot sigmalive recalls, the story of Evagoras Pallikaridis is related to Elizabeth’s coronation in June 1953. In Cyprus, then, as in many other colonies, they had been in charge of decorating all the cities for the great event.

Evagoras Pallikaridis, 15, was a student at Paphos Secondary School. and he disagreed, when he saw that British flags were brought to his school. It was the time when the demand for the Union of Cyprus with Greece stirred up the crowds in Cyprus.

The students, who refused to enter the Gymnasium, demanded that the flags be lowered, while Pallikaridis headed towards Plaza 28 de Octubre. He climbed up the flagpole and lowered the British flag to applause from the crowd.

The movement of the young student provoked reactions in Paphos, where the students began to tear down everything British that had been established on the occasion of Elizabeth’s coronation.

After investigations, the British colonialists arrested the students, including Pallikaridis. The sentences imposed on them were not long.

At the age of 17, Evagoras Pallikaridis left school and joined EOKA, while in January 1957 he was arrested, without a warrant and after a mock trial, during which no one paid attention to the horrible and inhumane torture who complained a confession was extracted from him and he was sentenced to death.

Evagoras Pallikaridis, now 18, was charged with carrying weapons. Despite appeals from his lawyers, Pallikaridis admitted that he was a member of EOKA, that he wanted the freedom of his homeland and that he was doing his duty.

Her lawyers sent Isabel a telegram so that she could grant a pardon with one of her words. The queen, however, did not even reply to the telegram.

Evagoras Pallikaridis was hanged on March 14, 1957, at just 18 years old.

The execution of Karaolis – Dimitriou

Likewise, on August 28, 1955, Michalakis Karaolis with his competitor Andreas Panagiotou They killed the policeman Herodotos Pullis, while he was observing an AKEL rally.

Panagiotou managed to escape, while Karaolis was captured in an ambush by British forces and imprisoned in Nicosia Central Prisons.. On October 28, he was sentenced to death, despite the fact that the bullet that killed the Greek Cypriot policeman came from Panagiotou’s gun. The English did not forgive him for not revealing his accomplices during the interrogation.

HE andreas dimitriou, a young EOKA fighter, he pioneered the seizure of weapons from the British occupation authorities in Famagusta. The weapons were advanced to various guerrilla groups, which until then had been equipped almost exclusively with shotguns.

Dimitriou, aged 21, was arrested by the occupation forces on November 22, 1955, accused of shooting and wounding “Intelligence Service” agent Sidney Taylor in Famagusta and sentenced to death.

On May 10, 1956, Michalakis Karaolis and Andreas Dimitriou were hanged in Nicosia Central Prison. His courageous position in front of his executioners and the fact of his execution provoked a worldwide reaction and protest, while Elizabeth will refuse to grant grace to the young Cypriots.

The president’s full statement of shame:

“I want to congratulate King Charles and Queen Camilla on their enthronement, on behalf of the Greek people but also personally, and wish them a long and successful career. I am sure that King Charles will carry on the work of his late mother, Queen Elizabeth., while maintaining a constant interest in facing the challenges of our time. Knowing your love for Greece, I am convinced that you will make a decisive contribution to strengthening our bilateral relations.”

Sources: Sigmalive –

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