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5 Responses to “25 Sept: Aphrodite in Greece”

  1. Helen says:

    Hello Aphrodite,

    Oh my goodness. I was so shocked to hear how disabled people are treated in Greece. I can hardly believe that you could be facing such a terrible situation just because you are blind. It makes me realise how lucky some of us actually are to live in countries where we don’t have to face attitudes like that. It’s hard to imagine how frightening that must be every day of your life.

    I really hope the trials work out well for you. It is a wonder that you stay in Greece when blind people can be treated so badly. But you clearly love your country and want to stay part of it, which makes sense.

    I look forward to meeting you in Zagreb. Not long now. And thanks for posting and joining our forum.

    Best wishes
    Helen

  2. NOTHANKS says:

    It true what Aphrodite tells here. This bastard Golden Dawn! I read on their website. You read too – its here http://www.ecologico.blogspot.gr/

  3. Tom Spitz says:

    Aphrodite, if your blindness is genetic then surely you wouldn’t want to risk having children who might be blind too, would you? What a terrible thing to inflict on your own children. I don’t think it’s right that you could be killed for being disabled though.

    • David P says:

      Tom, What makes you think being blind is such a terrible thing? Many blind people live very full and worthwhile lives, and are very happy, raising wonderful families. Not all of us want to have our sight fixed, but good luck to those who do.
      I can’t believe tom’s attitude. Good luck to all of you.

  4. Aphrodite says:

    Dear Helen,

    I can’t believe I’m not there with you all. I’m not feeling well health wise and they say I can’t have the treatment until I’m fit again.

    I’ll keep watching to see how it is for everyone.

    I send good luck from sunny Athens.

    Aphrodite

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