Polytechnic School Students Invite ERT for a Broadcast



Polytechnic School UprisingIn light of the celebration for the 40th Anniversary of the Polytechnic Uprising, the NTUA students invited former ERT employees to emit a radio broadcast from the University buildings.

The Greek police warned that they will interfere if there is a broadcast attempt, while the enraged student body called for ERT employees not to succumb to the pressure of the police.

According to sources the organizing committee for the celebration of the Polytechnic Uprising stands by that decision.

Allegedly, the POSPERT have yet to make a decision concerning what the ERT employees are going to do, while the NTUA Senate will reach a decision today.


11 COMMENTS

  1. Where will these morons think they will get a job after they graduate?? Companies really aren’t going to rush and hire some communists. These students have a future in the restaurant business as waiters.

  2. It’s called GREEK reporter and is intended for the English speaking readers who want to keep up with Greek news but do not know how to read Greek. The site for Greeks in Greece and off the boaters is in ALL Greek. I think you would be happier with your fellow Greek readers than with the English speaking readers.
    Ego ime stin Ameriki kai then xriazome Elinika. Esi fenete ise enas Paliolathitis pou xriazete na thixi tin exipniasou

  3. it’s intended for anyone. the site for Greeks also has a ghost town unusable message board. last i checked you 1) aren’t the center of the universe and 2) don’t speak for everyone that comes here

    bpavo sou. kala pe palioboutava epeidh sas edeixa eva bivteo pou dev eivai sta agglika, eimai “Paliolathitis pou xriazete na thixi tin exipniasou”; avte gamhsou

  4. The best of what Greece has to offer. such language to go F myself. congratulations to your mother for raising such a son.

  5. says the person who initiated the name calling with “Esi fenete ise enas Paliolathitis pou xriazete na thixi tin exipniasou”

    what’s wrong? can’t handle a taste of your own medicine. hypocrisy at its finest

    the best of what Greece has to offer. such language calling me an arrogant bum/tramp. congratulations to your father for raising such a skula 😉

  6. Paliolathitis is not the same as F yourself.
    The translation as told to me by my father who was born in Konitsa means that the South part of Greece liberated themselves from the Turks but refused to help the North liberate themselves from the Turks. Ioannina got their freedom in 1906.
    so Paliolathitis means someone that refuses to help a fellow Greek it doesn’t compare to F yourself.

  7. How about telling us what is wrong with your good old US of A?
    You carry on as if Greece is the only country in the world with problems.

    “….this week the US Census Bureau has released a survey showing that one in six Americans now live in poverty: the highest number ever reported by the organisation. It also showed that real median household incomes dropped 2.3% in 2010 from the year before, reflecting the decline of the middle class”

    http://www.theguardian.com/commentisfree/cifamerica/2011/sep/13/american-middle-class-poverty