5. Do you believe that every person should have the right to self-determination and absolute control over the management of their life even in the case of ending it? Should a person have the right to refuse a treatment or the continuation of a treatment even if it endangers his/her life? Should wo-man be able to choose a dignified end? Is it ultimately a human right to choose Euthanasia, in exceptional cases of serious illness such as... MORE
  • A.People should not be given this choices and life-saving efforts and mandatory treatments should be imposed, even without the person's willing consent, when their life is threatened. 0%, 0 votes
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  • B.There should always be a choice and if someone does not want a treatment, this should always be respected. But not in Euthanasia because doctors have sworn by the Hippocratic Oath that they will not give a lethal drug to someone who asks for it, nor will they give him such a suggestion. After all, Euthanasia is one thing and the choice or not of treatment is another, where the patient's consent is mandatory based on the laws. 0%, 0 votes
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  • C.There should be the option of Euthanasia, but under very strictly observed conditions. Obviously, the person himself should wish for it, there should be the consent of the first degree relatives and a certificate from the treating doctor that there is no room for improvement, nor treatment of the disease (physical or mental)… MORE 100%, 3 votes
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December 12, 2022
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When a person with a serious incurable disease, no longer has quality time in his life but only pain and fears.

When an elderly person can't walk, has incontinence, can't take care of himself, needs someone by his side all the time for support, feels shame and loses his dignity without enjoying anything in life.

When a doctor diagnoses that there is no cure and that in the limited time frame towards the end of a person the "journey" will be constantly worsening to the point of torture, while the patient himself feels that and does not want to live anymore?

What happens when even his-her loved ones can't bear to see him being tortured anymore?

In such cases a deadly medicine which may be given to a wo-man and under these circumstances, will not violate the Hippocratic oath, inasmuch as it will neither be prescribed by the doctor, nor given lightly by him to anyone who asks for it, but will be the result of respecting a conscious choice and fulfilling the human desire to be able to end an unbearable life.

We can't forcefully save those people who don't want to be saved, because if I save a person with my own data, I may help him survive but he feels unhappy and feels like he's living a torture, a daily nightmare of "constantly waiting for death" and then it is not really salvation, but excruciating torture.

In this case, euthanasia should be called euzoia. We were born without wanting it, without being asked and we lived not as we would like, but struggling to do as we want. At least shouldn’t we be able to choose, under reasonable conditions, to end our lives as we wish? With dignity?

Life is a gift from God and a right of every human being, not an obligation. Otherwise there shouldn't be heroes in this world, there shouldn't be people who sacrifice themselves for their beliefs and the common good. I don't want others to decide for my life!

Some are driven to suicide. Suicide usually under violent circumstances since there are no other options. The right to end one's life is not recognized. He must live as long as possible. To exhaust all possibilities even if he is tyrannized and feels that he is being humiliated and wants the earth to open and swallow him. How many more people must be tortured, and for how long, until we can find the right conditions under which an alternative solution could be created?

How many families must be destroyed, to support their seriously ill elderly parents or members, who do not even want this life? Even if the children feel sorry and if they wanted to help what could they do? Kill their own parents and then risk being accused of murder?

How many people must be condemned by devoting their lives to the care of a human being, who can be like a sick plant and which if could speak say "have pity on me, help me die".

How many people must be tortured unwillingly to live without wanting it!

How many times does someone have to enter the hospital without the hope of getting better and even occupying a bed, which is not available by someone else who wants to live, consuming financial funds for the non-existent treatment, or the involuntary maintenance of his life.

And finally this society wants to save those who do not want to be saved, or cannot be saved and cannot save those who try to reach out, those who struggle daily with diseases, with lack of money, with lack of work, with the lack of security and with the lack of justice.

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9. In self-destructive habits and especially in drug use, do you think that it should be considered a serious crime apart from illegality, and therefore the person who is a user should be imprisoned?
  • A. Yes it is a crime and the user should be jailed. 0%, 0 votes
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  • B. No it is not a crime because the user does not bother anyone, only harms himself. It is a pity that the prisons are filled with sick, weak, addicted, self-destructive people who in no way will improve themselves in prisons, on the contrary they will get worse. They could pay a fine (like those who don't wear a seat belt in the car) which even goes to a fund that will support drug addiction. 67%, 2 votes
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January 14, 2023
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10. Do you think that something dangerous like drugs should be illegal or simply strictly controlled?
  • A.It should be illegal, that's the only way we and our children can protect ourselves. 0%, 0 votes
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  • B.It should be strictly controlled. People learn and avoid dangerous things, they don't have to be illegal. Otherwise we shouldn’t have knives in our homes, nor bottles of alcohol, nor decks of cards… /There just needs to be proper information and strict control of conditions of disposal and use. Clearly, the use should be strictly prohibited until the age of 18, as is the case with the use of alcohol, although the measure is probably not observed as it should be...MORE 50%, 1 vote
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January 16, 2023
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How can this happen..

Uncontrolled cultivation, production and distribution of drugs must be illegal. The drug lords must cease to exist and must stop getting incredibly rich and getting extremely and dangerously illegal

Maybe special licenses should be given for the cultivation, distribution and use of drugs, with strict conditions, but above all with very good information of the population from childhood and help of people who become addicted.

At the time of the Prohibition, (ban on the production, importation, transportation and sale of alcoholic beverages) alcohol drinkers were also illegal and imprisoned, but this is no longer the case. Fortunately, not everyone was ruined by the drink.

If one wants to live his/her own life as a lie, if one wants to commit suicide, if one wants to live addicted, imprisoned in a cell he makes for himself, he will do it. He can find many ways…

On the other hand, medical research could be continued with these substances that have been banned for many years, with which alternative treatments for some diseases could possibly be discovered and some people to benefit from a proper and reasonable use.

Mankind cannot save those who do not want to be saved. We are not even capable to save those who want to be saved. Everyone should have the right to self-determination even if it is self-destructive, as long as he does not destroy others around him.


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13. In the late 19th century, when the people of the world were still fighting for their freedom, in order to express their love for the vital importance of the greatest good and to honor this fundamental human value, they envisioned and created a huge statue symbolizing Liberty. The statue of Liberty, which became a symbol of people's hope for a better life and today is one of the most famous monuments in the world, was completed thanks to the small donations of "ordinary people", even small children, since school students also gave what they could, from their faith from heart and soul in this high ideal./ Since then 150 years have passed and we, who have followed, we found what they left behind. We also found Freedom and her statue. Freedom is fortunately enjoyed by the majority of people on Earth, although the struggle for Freedom never stops. Neither for those who "conquered" it (so not to lose it again) nor for those who continue to fight for it. Do we have anything to leave to those who come after us? Do we have anything to say to them? If today they asked for our contribution, so that we could build a second statue, equal to that of “Liberty” (a sister we could say) which would symbolize the second most important human value, the one necessary for peace and progress in human societies, this that leads the free man to well-being and moral-spiritual elevation, would we like it? Would we do it? And what would this statue be?...MORE
  • A.I don't think I would like that. If we have freedom we have everything. That is all man needs. 0%, 0 votes
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  • B.We could build a statue of "Plutus" dedicated to Wealth. This is what defines people's lives. The most important. This is the only value. This is the goal of people for a better life. 33%, 1 vote
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  • C.We should build the statue of Democracy because this is the state that brings Justice. 0%, 0 votes
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  • D.We should build the statue of Justice, because without it there is no peace and progress. The primary need of free people is justice and that is why Democracy was created. Unjust and unfair chokes the throat, like the noose of slavery. Justice without democracy is a dream, democracy without justice a nightmare... MORE 67%, 2 votes
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February 7, 2023
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The Statue of Liberty, this World Heritage Monument placed at the entrance of New York Harbor and officially unveiled in October 1886 to a standing ovation of the public for 15 minutes, welcomed more than 12 million immigrants (the European ancestors of Americans) holding in her upraised right hand a torch to enlighten the world and in her left a plaque inscribed with the date "July 4, 1776", (USA Independence Day).

The giant steel statue (its height without the base is 46.5 meters, while with the base 93) which is a gift from France to the United States, shows us what great things can be created with friendship and cooperation of the nations. It was created with money collected from small donations, from all the French and European immigrants who felt and became Americans. There must not have been a person of the time, who did not give even a few cents to build the Statue of Liberty, since the rich were not so willing to finance its construction.

It was especially encouraging for people all over the world to know that Freedom exists and is not just a dream, but a common human desire, since there was no people who had not fought for their freedom, while at the same time the struggle of the enslaved Greeks continued for liberation from the Ottomans with the slogan "Freedom or Death".

In a free society, however, something more is needed, for people to live in peace and to be able to look ahead and progress, and this first sign of civilization is...


In a free society, however, something more is needed, for people to live in peace and to be able to look ahead and progress, and this necessary condition is Justice.

So if we wished to create a second statue, equal to that of Liberty, this would have to be the statue of Justice, and a suitable place for it would be on the divided and long-suffering great island of Cyprus, which is near and between Europe, Asia and Africa!

A woman too, with a piece of cloth tied in front of her eyes so that she does not see and her judgment is influenced by looks or appearance or by any likes and dislikes, ready to weigh with the scale she holds (the same scale which all humans are gifted and carry within us to distinguish right from wrong, good from evil) the actions of men and to render the rewards and punishments due to each one, having in her other hand a naked sword, not to slaughter anyone but so that no one dares to question her.

So seeing the statue of Justice, we and our descendants will have the opportunity to remember and not forget the real values in human life, the ones we should strive for, the ones we should achieve in our lives in order to rise and improve, the ones we must follow to be able to live better and not lose our way following other temporary and insignificant goods, repeating mistakes of the past.

Socrates, the first philosopher, was sentenced to death by a "rigged" trial and a falsified court decision. Leaving he said to the Athenians "Now it is time to leave, I to die and you to live. Which of us goes to a better place, no one knows but God." He had a clear conscience, the others?

Although his disciples begged him to escape, he preferred to drink the poison and die in prison, rather than break the laws of his country, sacrificing himself to show the true meaning and value of Justice, in relation to the rendering of Justice by human courts. Such is the value of Justice that a just death is better than an unjust life!

About 2.400 years had to pass and in 2012 the trial of Socrates was repeated in modern Athens, by well-known lawyers and judges, using the laws of that time, and he was finally acquitted, justified!

It is the duty of men to bring the administration of justice by human courts (the laws and their application) to the measure of humans's sense of justice.


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21. What is your opinion on the permanence of civil servants?
  • A.It is correct because this has been happening for so many years and the public works well. 0%, 0 votes
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  • B.It is not right, but it is a shame to drive away those who have made themselves comfortable somewhere. 33%, 1 vote
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  • C.It is unacceptable! Only those who deserve it should be in these positions! / One cannot sit in the position of teacher, professor, judge, policeman, soldier, doctor, civil servant, when they are not good at their job, while at the same time there are unemployed people who could offer much better services from them. / There should be a good evaluation and those who do not perform and do not offer as much as they should, should leave and hire the most capable and the best who wish to do so... MORE... 67%, 2 votes
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April 22, 2023
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But the bad thing is not limited to just two people. It's not just that one mathematician won't be a school teacher and doesn't have the job he deserves, while at the same time someone else has this job and he doesn't deserve it or doesn't value or just doesn’t fit for that job, for the simple reason that a math teacher should know not only math, but he should also have pedagogical (children’s) skills and love.

Unfortunately, not just two people are affected by this, but the whole world. All the children of the world instead of being taught valuable knowledge and instead of being exemplified by valuable people, they will learn bad lessons about Life, that there is no meritocracy, there are no people who love what they do, there is no appetite for work and it is not worth striving for the best.

Many citizens will leave dissatisfied with their service in ministries, many people will leave hospitals and courts disappointed and many injustices will follow.


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22. How good of a Christian do you feel you are? How Christian are we?
  • A.I feel that I am a good Christian, because I believe and live according to the commandments of the Lord and I participate in the work of the church in my place and I am satisfied with it because it guides correctly and comforts and enlightens. 0%, 0 votes
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  • B.I feel that I am a good Christian, because I believe deep inside and I try to do God's will, but I don't participate much in the church of my place, because I don't find the time, although I would really like to. 0%, 0 votes
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  • C.I feel that I am a good Christian, because I believe deep inside and I try to do God's will, but I do not participate in the church of my place, because I do not find that living, pure and uncontaminated and undying love for our neighbor that God asked of us. Of course, I don't see that this love has been achieved elsewhere, by some other Christian churches, but what I see is that the worship of money has prevailed throughout the world. I think that we have not yet reached this powerful Love, and those who have made it are few and hard to find and do not belong to a specific branch of Christianity but may belong to all the branches, which shows us that this kind of love which we ask for and which has been asked of us by Jesus Christ, it must be hidden in the original message of Christianity, which was transmitted by the Apostles when they established churches in His name, all united as a Christian Church of Love. I don't believe in a pan-religion, I don't care, it doesn't concern me, but I would like to see God's love reign and unity and peace and justice in the world. 100%, 1 vote
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  • D.I feel that I am not a good Christian, because I have begun to doubt, question, mistrust, not believe much and not be convinced by the Church, although I generally try to be a good person. 0%, 0 votes
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  • E.Maybe I am considered a Christian because I was baptized, but I actually don't feel that I am, and only have the name in the “papers” and statistics! I don't believe that all this is true, but it’s the tradition and fairy tales and I don’t like the Church and the Priests and I consider them anachronistic, like they live in the past. Maybe there is a God, but I'm not convinced that He is as described by those who think they know it all. 0%, 0 votes
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  • F.Maybe I am considered a Christian because I was baptized, but I don't believe that God exists. 0%, 0 votes
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  • G. Not sure or no idea 0%, 0 votes
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April 5, 2024
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