Skip to comments.Woman scavenging through Athens rubbish bins is a Greek heiress called ONASSIS
Posted on 10/21/2011 5:42:37 AM PDT by Niuhuru
She looks like any old bag lady scavenging for cast-offs in the rubbish as the world looks the other way.
But this is no ordinary woman - she is Olga Onassis, 90, a woman linked by marriage to one of the richest dynasties in the world.
She has now fallen, like her country, on desperate times. She is a regular at a church soup kitchen in the Greek capital Athens and roots around in the overflowing garbage containers of the city for clothes.
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That is what Dear Leader in the WH wants for this country !
Scenes like this are likely to give 0 an o.
Obummer: Share the filth
Didn’t know he was prez over there before he came here.
The last two times I went to the Daily Mail, I got a nasty Trojan Horse virus on my computer.
Is anyone else experiencing this?
No, but I use Mozilla which hasn’t become too much of a target for viruses yet! Mozilla is pretty good, but some anti-virus programs don’t work with it.
Why can’t Athina pay? She has more than enough to help out and surely if she can afford to take someone else’s husband and children, surely she can help out a relative.
“Is anyone else experiencing this?”
I can’t swear it was the Daily Mail, but I’ve gotten 2 very nasty viruses from British newspaper links. One very recently, got there from here at FR and one years ago, via Drudge.
Very, very bad, esp. the most recent one.
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