In one of Aesop’s fables, a pigeon driven to desperation by thirst flew toward what appeared to be a pitcher of water, only to find itself crashing into a painting. Severely wounded, the bird is captured by a bystander and taken as food. Zeal, Aesop warns, should not outrun discretion.
It’s great to think that somebody’s government actually cares what the people think and are smart enough to carry it off. We were all Greeks a while back in solidarity with their pain. Let’s all be Greeks again to support their efforts to overturn this inhumane system. Bravo!