Kyriakos Mitsotakis with his discourse tried to exploit coronavirus in communication, disparaging the skeptical citizens by calling them “sprayed”.
He characterized coronavirus as a great threat, which besieges the country and the planet, (with a great dose of terror) by the Prime Minister Kyriakos Mitsotakis in his Saturday discourse. After first giving his condolences to the families of the victims of the earthquake in Samos and wishing a speedy recovery to the injured, he stressed that this message was what he did not want to have to do from the beginning.
However, as he stressed, he is not allowed to close his eyes to the harsh reality. It is imperative, the Prime Minister underlined, to put the health and safety of the Greeks above any other option, as the scientists warn that soon the new pandemic will shake the resilience of the National Health System, testing not only patients, but also our doctors and nurses. Therefore, according to the Prime Minister, the time has come for political decisions, which aim to prevent the worst.
“As in the spring we managed to repel the virus and in the summer we restarted the economy and tourism,” said Kyriakos Mitsotakis, “now we must implement coronovirus measures again precautionary.” And with a dynamic plan in November to claim a more optimistic December. With the smoothest possible social life and more traffic in the Christmas and holiday market.
According to the Prime Minister, the announced measures are a necessary adjustment of our defense, as the attack of the virus is manifested in waves. The Prime Minister claimed that the measures are not a “total freeze” of everyday life and reminded that, if life remains a priority, the economy does not cease to be the one that must be kept alive to serve it.
He acknowledged that the measures announced are difficult, especially for those working in catering, entertainment and culture, but assured that the government would support those affected and that no one would be left alone.
He even took a stand on the issue that has arisen with scientists, emphasizing that they must stay out of any controversy. Because, if their adequacy is questioned or, even worse, if we start accusing them of playing political games, then we are “sawing the branch” on which we are all sitting. At that point he spoke disparagingly and leveling about “sprayed” people in an unacceptable reference to citizens who are skeptical.
The prime minister will do well, instead of insulting them, to try to persuade them… This means democracy and the rule of law.