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Monty Python silly walk by intruding activists during OXI Day parade causes outrage (vid)

Fortunately, Greece is a western democracy that still values and protects free speech, as well as the unhindered free association between individuals and their right to disseminate ideas and political views.

However, the incident of 10 "actresses" invaded the parade at Nea Chalkidona in western Attica who made a mockery of the school parade during celebrations on the anniversary of the Greek national OXI Day by emulating the Monty Python’s legendary Ministry of Silly walks sketch, caused outrage in the Greek public.

  • Published in Greece

Greek national holiday celebrated in Damascus, Syria

In Damascus, Syrians and expat Greeks celebrated the “OXI Day” Greek national holiday. In more detail, with the blessing and presence of His Beatitude Patriarch of Antioch and all the East, Ioannis, the Greek Community in Damascus celebrated the National Greece’s entry into WW II, which coincides with this year’s 100th anniversary since the founding of the Greek expat Community.

  • Published in Diaspora
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