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The Struggle of Associations

by Professor Nikos Lygeros — mathematician, artist, poet, human rights activist. (opus)

Posted: Wednesday, February 27, 2013 at 08:27 PM UT


The Struggle of Associations

N. Lygeros

Translated from the Greek version
by Maria Stambolidou

Ο αγώνας των συλλόγων

Ν. Λυγερός

The struggle of refugee
associations
is now clear
the victims must unite
in order to resist
genociders
thus, each Pontiac association
each Armenian association
has the task
and the duty
to recognize
the genocide of the Assyrians,
because it is the only way
to show
our humaneness
so the genociders
as well will know
that not only don’t we forget
all of our own
but also the others
who became ours
after their sacrifice
for Humanity.

Ο αγώνας των συλλόγων
της προσφυγιάς
είναι ξεκάθαρος πλέον
τα θύματα πρέπει να ενωθούν
για να αντισταθούν
στους γενοκτόνους
κάθε ποντιακός σύλλογος
κάθε αρμενικός σύλλογος
έχει λοιπόν το καθήκον
αλλά και το χρέος
να αναγνωρίσει
τη γενοκτονία των Ασσυρίων
γιατί είναι
ο μοναδικός τρόπος
να αναδείξουμε
την συνανθρωπιά μας
για να μάθουν
και οι γενοκτόνοι
ότι όχι μόνο δεν ξεχνούμε
όλους τους δικούς μας
αλλά και τους άλλους
που έγιναν δικοί μας
μετά τη θυσία τους
για την Ανθρωπότητα.

About the author

authorProfessor Nikos Lygeros is a Greek mathematician, lecturer and research fellow at the University of Lyon, France. He is an expert consultant to organizations and the government of Cyprus. Lygeros is a member of Mensa and The Pars Society, with a genius level IQ of 189 on the Stanford Binet scale. Lygeros founded The PI Society and The Foundation for Altruism in Cyprus. Lygeros' opus consists of thousands of writings — texts, galleries, videos — on the subjects of human rights, mathematics, physics, education, history, archeology, sociology, politics, economics, philosophy, religion, mythology, arts, films, and music.



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