Shocking Confession: "Crisis Has Led To 10.000 Suicides. The Last One Was My Son's" (Video)

Shocking Confession: Crisis Has Led To 10.000 Suicides. The Last One Was My Son's (Video)

This video-interview shows the shocking confession of Elpis hospital's administrator, Theodoros Giannaros, in the Italian daily newspaper Corriere della Sera. The man talks about Greece in the crisis period, suicides as well as his personal loss.


"10.000 people have committed suicide during the last five years. My son was among them too." is the interview's title.

Mr Giannaros says: "Since the crisis started around 11.000 committed suicide. Athens is a big city, not a small village. A big city disappeared. My son was one of the people who died". He adds: "I don't know how someone could explain what has happened. Many tried to commit suicide but were saved in the last minute, while 10.000 people have already died".

"Now the banks want to leave us homeless. Do they need more dead people to understand?" Giannaros wonders referring to citizens' debts. "This a question that I can't answer. I only know that everybody's heart beats in the same way, every face smiles or cries in the same way".


"If a dog is killed in Germany, everybody hears about it through the tv and the newspapers. Did you hear anything about people who committed suicide here in Greece? I don't think so, because they don't care about human lives anymore. I'm ashamed for being a European".

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  1. About 41,129 suicides a year in the USA just in 2013. 10th leading cause of death. 50% of Americans are living in poverty thanks to corrupted politicians. All the civilized world needs to do what Iceland did in order to rid ourselves of parasites killing the quality of life for the masses. People stopped being responsible for their governments long ago.

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