GREEK AMERICAN PIMPS, Charity Corrupted By Politics, Lobbies & Criminal Enterprises [NOOK Book]

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Greek-American Pimps is about the deterioration of the Greek-American fabric, a warning to all who may wish to take ethnic pride in the wrong direction of politics, lobbies and criminal enterprises. Everything you will read in this book is based on official sources and news stories, from the award winning journalist Jack Andrerson's syndicated column about Eugene Rossides, an alleged Greek Junta sympathizer, to the degraded monk come ex-Bishop Vikentios's interviews regarding St. Irene Chrysovalantou in New York,...
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Overview

Greek-American Pimps is about the deterioration of the Greek-American fabric, a warning to all who may wish to take ethnic pride in the wrong direction of politics, lobbies and criminal enterprises. Everything you will read in this book is based on official sources and news stories, from the award winning journalist Jack Andrerson's syndicated column about Eugene Rossides, an alleged Greek Junta sympathizer, to the degraded monk come ex-Bishop Vikentios's interviews regarding St. Irene Chrysovalantou in New York, a unisex orgiastic commune and rumor mill of drugs and molestations under the direct auspices of the "Oecumenical" Patriarch Bartholomew. I would like to say "these are not your father's charities," but they are! If anyone in your family is a member of a Greek-American charity, including your local Orthodox parish, before you are surprised by a law enforcement or an FBI agent asking you questions (as it has happened), read this book. Afterwards, you may decide to have a pep talk with your parents and explain to them why charities must not have political affiliations in the U.S. or in Greece and the Archdiocese cannot be a Greek lobby. You may also start asking for proof of where your donations go and whether the organizations receiving them are active and validated by the IRS.
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Product Details

  • BN ID: 2940014637787
  • Publisher: Mitch Fatouros
  • Publication date: 6/24/2012
  • Sold by: Barnes & Noble
  • Format: eBook
  • File size: 266 KB

Meet the Author

I am Mitch Fatouros and I am responsible for the contents of this book. In the past, I have produced radio shows and published articles in English and in Greek.
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