Antonis Kafetzopoulos: Do not be afraid, you speak

In a post on Facebook, Antonis Kafetzopoulos invites his colleagues who have suffered any form of violence to come out and speak without fear. At the same time, he leaves hints against Costas Georgousopoulos and Christos Homenidis, while he accompanies his post with a photo of a laundry room for those who want to wash away those who are accused of their behavior in the theater.

Antonis Kafetzopoulos writes characteristically:

“The washing machine strikes again with force. The empire counterattacks. Georgousopoulos recalls the romantic times when the boulouktsides passed the fishing actors through the blade of humiliation, the good times when rape was not something unnamed and …

Christos A. Homenidis is now worried that – suddenly – we are becoming a jungle because some people denounce the insults committed by the talented [και μη ταλαντούχοι]. He confuses gossip with tort. I would say that he is wandering astray if I did not know that much [δα] neon has it.

The upper floors of the canals are raided to occupy the space that was covered until the basements [τους] of cheap entertainment. [Σε κάποιες περιπτώσεις με αξιοθαύμαστη ανθρωπιά, τα υπόγεια]”.

He goes on to urge his colleagues to speak: “Do not be afraid, speak. Speak where you think you will find open ears and mental support. Speak in the means available to you. Speak now or tomorrow or whenever you think you can and can bear to speak.

Talk to your unions and associations, wake them up [το ΣΕΗ φαίνεται σα να βγήκε επιτέλους από το λήθαργο δεκαετιών].

There will be noise and cacophony and gossip and gossip and bad times

There will also be the gangrene of political exploitation, the ugliness of swallowing the camel when someone “ours” is offended

Nothing is worse than what was sometimes done to people who were vulnerable

Nothing forgives and nothing erases the ugliness of those who ruled with the illusion that they had the Privilege and the Illusion that the world belongs to them along with any human or other being that happened to be in their way.

Law is law and society is society. The former exists to monitor and regulate the relations between the members of the latter.

The statute of limitations is a fair measure but there is a moral disregard that society reserves for those who by chance or manipulation or fear of the victims escaped punishment.

Listen to me, there was and always is the other path that many followed “.


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