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Συνεννόηση για Διαφύλαξη - Απόψεις
Συντάχθηκε απο τον/την Χρήστος Μπούμπουλης (Christos Boumpoulis)   
Δευτέρα, 06 Ιούνιος 2016 23:23
Introduction
Lately, I have been passing through frequent police controls.
Policemen do their duties, including asking questions from the citizens.
During historical periods where the international relationships aren't harmonious and not every country is complying with the international law, the citizens should be carefull with their selection of words while answering questions of any State's authority.
For example, I have been asked, "do I HAVE A FAMILY?", "am I ALONE?", "do I have a HOUSE in Greece?", "has my visit a DRAMATIC character?"
Spelling out negative words, while, citizens replying to State authorities' questions, may have such consequences which, the corresponding citizens, could not even imagine. For example, their answers could be misunderstood, misinterpreted or even the order of words within the corresponding sentenses could, unintentionaly rearranged.
Furthermore, negative words, frequently, have negative legal meaning. For example, one, by declaring that he, generaly, doesn't have a family, while what he means is that, though he does have a paternal family (father, mother, brothers, sisters, etc) he actually doesn't has a family of his own (wife, children), and/or be declaring that he, generaly, is "alone", he may unintentionally and unjustly trigger certain aspects of States' law related to various aspects of the Human Rights and/or of the Fundamental Freedoms.
Furthermore, by using negative word like the word "dramatic", one may unintentionally and unjustly triggers various preemtive security procedures which, many countries have developed, in some cases for good reasons.
The answers which I have given at the above mentioned questions were:
Question: "do I HAVE A FAMILY?"
Answer: "yes, I do have parents and a brother".
Question: "am I ALONE within the coutry which I am visiting?"
Answer: "I am here as a tourist"
Questin: "do I have a HOUSE in Greece?"
Answer: "yes I do have two houses in Greece. I possess a full residential property of a house in the northern Greece and 75% fine home ownership of an appartment at Athens, Greece".
Question: "has my visit a DRAMATIC character?"
Answer: "I am visiting your country exclusively for relaxation".
Declarations:
"I have family, namely, parents and a brother".
"I am visiting various countries as a tourist"
"I do have two houses in Greece. I possess a full residential property of a house in the northern Greece and 75% fine home ownership of an appartment at Athens, Greece".
"I am visiting various countries exclusively for relaxation".
Christos Boumpoulis

 

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