by Dimitris Konstantakopoulos, Katehon
I remember the talk I had with the German Ambassador in Athens and Mr. Tsipras in February 2013, during a reception at the Russian Embassy. I was speaking with the Ambassador, when Tsipras, then leader of the opposition, as he finished his private discussion with the Russian ambassador, saw us talking and approached. I was in a rather jovial mood, so I decided, out of a sudden inner impulse, to make a joke, which was not in reality so much a joke. As Tsipras joined our company, I said “you will destroy Europe”.
The way I put it, not looking specifically to any of my interlocutors, it was not clear whom I was really addressing. They both jumped on their feet asking me: “Who?” (will destroy Europe). “Both”, I answered them. “You will revolt”, I said looking to Tsipras and then, turning to the German ambassador…
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