“Organized lawlessness sowing social unrest and pandemonium at the Village of Keratea can force Greece to default on its public debt! speculates Takis Michas, International Secretary to Greece’s center-left Democratic Alliance. “This would make a Stalinist revolution possible!”
“My country is at the mercy of a radical left coalition of anarcho-Stalinist Communists who with total impunity engage in unpunished acts of economic disruption and vandalism!” he continued. “The authorities seem unwilling to enforce the law as we descend into chaos!”
“Stalin abandoned us to the deceitful Winston Churchill and the right-wing monachists who imposed their bourgeosie values on the prolotariat!” an aged Greek-Cypriot protested. “For sixty years our homeland has been embittered while we nursed the wounds of rejection and defeat.”
“For two months the anarchists have used garbage in pitched battles with the police!” explained an astute observer. “These radicals oppose government efforts to place a landfill at the outskirts of the Village of Kaeratea!”
“If the landfill protests at Keratea becomes an national symbol of resistance then Greece is heading for the dumps!” he continued. “This as a weapon of choice stinks and the stench could overwhelm the government!” he fumed. “Hardheaded stubborn government officials are stubbornly resisting legitimate demands and are jeopadize national interests There are more important issues to consider!”
A personal political note: Mayor Ed Koch lost the Democratic primary due to his support of a garbage incinerator in Brooklyn. The nominee became David Dinkins who resultingly became Mayor of New York City. Small issues can have huge consequences I’ve learned.