Debbie Papadakis

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Am I a Racist? No, not I!

What is a racist? Most people are accused of being racist throughout Europe, America and even Australia. The issue has been raised as each day we see more and more people coming to our shores. Many of these people might be like us. That is, that they are orientated by humane values as well as being family orientated wanting the best for their children. However, there are those that are ‘different’. They are different in their  ...


Protestors against the illtreatment of Donkeys on Santorini bashed by thugs.

Animal abuse by law is illegal in Greece. The law against animal cruelty in Greece is quite clear. If anyone ill-treats a domestic of work animal, the incident must be reported. The Police and Municipal Authorities will take action. Thugs on Santorini ignore such laws. SANTORINI is a well known as a tourist island. In fact, it has the most beautiful scenic views that attract people from all corners of the world. Where money floods into a  ...

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What type of a world do we want? Debbie Papadakis

We are approx. 7 Billion people on this Planet: What type of a world do we want? Debbie Papadakis: Freelance Greek Australia… As people, we are obligated to follow and respect laws of civil liberties of ‘the freedom of speech’ in a healthy Democracy. This privilege of ‘ the freedom of speech’ is universally respected and it is apart of our human rights which is respected under international law and apart of the  ...


What type of Civil War are we talking about in Aleppo, Syria?

A civil war that started in 19th July 2012 and is still going as armaments pour in from its borders, supporting the Islamic rebels in the East. Meanwhile in defense government forces fight in the West in 2016. WAR IS UGLY. It is also hard defending your homes and property in defense of outside insurgence. Aleppo the second largest commercial city of Syria. Aleppo has prominent buildings industry, Universities and Archeological museums and  ...

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Heaven can wait! Current mood: optimistic

Yes..Heaven can wait!!! Feeling the ‘Roller Coaster Ride’ with the economy, has preoccupied my thoughts for the past couple of years, like most of us. Well, it has been like…Yooo!! ..Steady she goes!!! and AAHHHH !! I can’t look… I can’t look… We are…yeah we are DIVING… there we go again! Yeah, it has been like that!   Some even thought:”It hasn’t touched us yet..”  ...

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Humanity based on creed in Athens, Greece.

ARTICLE: Humanity based on creed in Athens, Greece.-Debbie Papadakis     Greece at the gates of the refugee move into Europe. The immigration problem faced by Greece in a period of economic crisis is most potent. Authorities believe that the 90% of illegal immigrants in the EU enter through Turkey to the shores of the islands in the East Aegean of Greece. Greece is the gateway used by Turkey as a part of official policy to send illegal  ...



BRIN discover the flow of ‘ War Toys’ fueling the Conflict in the Middle East. Freelance Greek /Australian Journalist: Debbie Papadakis A Synopsis of the situation of the Middle East in a nutshell. Since the discovery of a massive Natural Gas source beneath the crust of Syria and the Dodecanese in Greece in 2010, tension in the area in the Middle East sparked off with what seems to have been ‘a forever-power struggle’  ...

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“Why would the Government purposely lie to the Public?”

“Why would the Government purposely lie to the Public?” this is a question that many people ask. This question has baffled reliable sources in the light of recent events in Germany. SCOOP REPORT. Freelance Greek/Australian Journalist: Debbie Papadakis. The refugee crisis in recent months has brought to light the responsibility that Governments are obligated to handle to assure the security of the public in societies throughout  ...


Interview: “People can succeed where government have failed!”

Interview: Achileas Peklaris. Occupation: Journalist for 20 years and Philanthropist and volunteer. Origins: Chania Crete and Syros. Residence: Exarchia.   The refugee problem has challenged the ‘humanitarian spirit’ of Greeks. This challenge is well tested with thousands of refugees reaching our country through the islands. When I cycled down to Exarchia I expected to see a few people helping. When I got to Tossitsa and then turned  ...