World-renowned Greek composer Mikis Theodorakis claimed Greek Defence Minister Panos Kammenos and Foreign Affairs Minister Nikos Kotzias were acting as puppets in the plan by the U.S to eventually attack Russia and Iran in the future.
In his article, the Greek composer blasts the Greek government over its weak stance towards Turkey and FYROM, while he calls for a referendum on the actions of the Greek Ministers.
According to Mikis Theodorakis, the two ministers who “are serving U.S-NATO interests 100%” will lead Greece to “a war with Turkey” (Panos Kammenos) and “to a role equivalent to that of Albania and of Skopje, that is to become the main link of the Western Balkan and Nato states, with a view to our participation in a campaign aimed at the dissolution of Russia and Iran” (Nikos Kotzias).
“Why not hold a referendum with the question of what our people think about the machinations of Kotzias and Kammenos?”, Theodorakis wonders.
The well-known music composer, though initially pessimistic, writing that “today, as our people are desperate, kneeling and confined to themselves, it is perhaps too late,” he then recalls that the Greek people “can take steps backwards but when they feel their backs pinned to the wall, they either turn into heroes or slaves.”