Letter to Editor

Letter to the Editor: Thoughts and Concerns Raised in TNH Articles

To the Editor:

Happy New Year. I find the controversy and financial improprieties that have stopped the completion of the new St. Nicholas Orthodox Church not surprising. Shocking and noteworthy items that I read about in The National Herald are the following: 3 bailouts: 365.48 billion euros to the Greek government; 470,000 people have left Greece for other European countries, the United States and Canada; 18,000 doctors have left Greece for a better life; A low birth rate resulting in the closure of 14 Kindergartens and 9 Primary Schools in Greece. Blame is all around; Andy Dabilis’ piece about the charitable legacy of the notable Niarchos Foundation; The articles about the deaths of immigrant children; The despicable Fotis Dulos.


John Vasilakos

Bethpage, New York



To the Editor: I enjoyed reading the May 7 issue of The National Herald.

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