Letter to Editor

Letter to the Editor: Tired of Turkey’s Bullying

March 6, 2018

To the Editor:

I am sick and tired of Turkey’s bullying. First the gas drilling which is the right of Cyprus in its EEZ [exclusive economic zone] and the threat against Greece and claiming the Lausanne Treaty was not valid. She may be bigger than Greece, but that doesn’t matter, they don’t know the Greek spirit!

What is the U.S., UN, and EU doing? Nothing as usual.

When will our country get some guts and stand up to Turkey, she is not a good ally. That moron Turkish president is a ruthless dictator who thinks he can do anything he wants. My father Konstantinos Lampropoulos served in the Greek Army during the 1912-1913 Balkan Wars.

A quote he told me when I was a kid which I never forgot: Dogs they are born and dogs they will die, they are not fit to be called human beings. I rest my case.

Andy Lampros

Danvers, MA


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