Wednesday, 11 May 2016 18:05

The CEO of Fraport is touring to oversee the Hellenic “juicy properties”. 14 Hellenic Airports at the mercy of the “Investors”

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The CEO of Fraport is touring to oversee the Hellenic “juicy properties”.
14 Hellenic Airports at the mercy of the “Investors”.

The “pretend” privatization of the 14 HELLENIC real estate “prime fillets” that Fraport demanded and ultimately received from Hellas, is entering its main phase.

Dr Stefan Schulte is making a tour, like a prince of mercy overseeing his colony, meeting with the local municipal authorities.

He tries to assure them of his good intentions for the "development" of their regions, in the way though, that the Group he represents, sees fit.

Besides, the total price that will be paid and the annual fees, the peculiar development that they will offer to these HELLENIC AIRPORTS will be a minor fraction compared to the huge profits that will be reaped directly and indirectly from this unique investment.

And it’s not only that.

They will develop the local real estate market providing goodwill to the properties that are adjoining and nearby the 14 Airports, whose indirect profits will be so huge that are going to cause financial dizziness to the HELLENIC people!!

And the children of HELLAS, for the few meager jobs that will be offered, will be feeling "proud" of falling heroically and having their daily bread.

Besides, such a privatization, by the state of Hesse, (German State), and in a joint venture with Slentel Ltd of Copelouzos Group, comprises a global model of “bogus” privatization.

Various studies have certainly demonstrated the above justified arguments beyond any doubt.

But who is listening and who of the existing political personnel of this country has the will to stand and express refusal and objections?

Tormented HELLAS, how are you chained?

How and when, will the time of your redemption come?

The present Article has also been published in Greek, in the Greek version of Travel Daily News and in the English version of Travel Daily News International.