Letter to Editor

Letter to the Editor: Dabilis is Right about Wildfires and Victims

To the Editor:

Thank you for posting Andy Dabilis’ Letter from Athens “Time to Politically Poleaxe Polakis, Tsipras’ Pit Bull” (Sept. 22). I agree wholeheartedly with his assessment of the situation. Making light of the tragic fires and the poor victims is terrible. If there had been a plan in place to evacuate, many lives would have been saved.

There is no reason for someone who clearly has no regard for health, his own health, let alone the health of others, to be involved with the Health Ministry.You would think a doctor, of all people, would have some sensitivity.

Thank you, Mr. Dabilis, for telling it like it is.

Demos Xenakis

Sacramento, CA


To the Editor:   Due to indisposition I stayed at home last Sunday and watched the Divine Liturgy from 10 o'clock until almost 12.

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