Rewiring The Face of “Things That Never Made It Into Print… But still worth reading.”

So far I’ve had difficulty sharing video I have shot of various events directly through WordPress since it does not allow this feature to be directly implemented—for what reason, I do not know, but I have met with repeated resistance.  One of the many peculiarities of WordPress, I suppose.  And so, I have had to link to another site for viewing videos I have shot.  A slight inconvenience—not only for me—but for whoever else may want to view the videos without performing an additional click to a link.  However, this morning I realized I can embed a video from another site onto here, so I have decided to import a few videos, which I find valuable and/or like.

The Immigrants, for example, are 2 pieces I find amusing.  And The King of The European Eunion (which still needs to be translated) while amusing evokes through his madness some haunting truths about the economic crisis in Greek today.  The march of the Pontians in Syntagma reveals a chilling parallel to their evacuation from their lands by the Ottomans in the early part of the 20th century as they are seen leaving Constitution Square.  And the day of commemoration of the Pontian massacre as organized by youth is a story told through old photographs mainly.  No more needs to be said about that.  But be forewarned.  The photographs are highly graphic depictions of violence—humans against humans.

THE PONTIANS MARCH IN SYTAGMA

YOUTH ORGANIZATION DAY OF REMEMBRANCE OF PONTIAN MASSACRE

THE IMMIGRANTS – CAT ‘N MOUSE

THE IMMIGRANTS GET A BREAK

THE KING OF THE EUROPEAN EUNION


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