Ego te provoco: Thanatopolitics as new governance in Greece

On a warm day in September 2002, a freshly shaved man appeared in Athens General Police Headquarters. He was wearing a black t-shirt writing in bad English syntax ‘Charmy Hellas Greece’. He walked slowly to the guard and he announced: “Good afternoon, my name is Dimitris Koufontinas and I would like to surrender myself.” This

Greek Horror:
 How an Epstein level paedophile scandal could connect to the first time in Greek history that a political prisoner dies of hunger strike

CW: mentions of child sexual abuse. Two parallel stories are escalating in the Greek news these days.
 Both are of historical significance, but with very different volume of coverage.
 They are stories of two very different men, who share no resemblance but their first name.
 The men are Dimitris Lignadis and Dimitris Koufontinas, 
and their