Wednesday, April 11, 2012

Economic woe hits Greece's cultural heritage

Reportedly, the economic crisis in Greece has begun to undermine its ability to protect and preserve its cultural heritage that, in a complex interaction or articulation with the Roman, Judeo-Christian as well as Germanic elements, 'forms the foundation of civilisation in the West. The economic crisis has also caused a criminal riot in England as well as many socio-economic protest movements in other parts of Europe. Also, Europe's law and order is challenged by faith-inspired terrorists, neo'-'Nazis and psychopaths with relatively easy access to small arms. Influx of  migrants, whether legal or illegal, from the Middle East and North Africa, which is not in good condition, is an additional concern.