-If there is someone that traded you that day, have you forgive them?
I have forgive them and I don't forget that they had betrayed their oath.
Thanks for translating onar!
Regarding the quote above, this is major revisionist history even for Constantine. What he conveniently leaves out of the picture is that he swore in the colonels' junta in 1967 and thereby conferred legitimacy on it. Having done so, why would he think (then and now) that the colonels would support a counter-coup against themselves given that the head of state had already deputized them as the legitimate government of Greece?
I have a certain amount of sympathy for Constantine because I think he was young, inexperienced and in way over his head in 1967. But, at the end of the day, his legacy will be that he didn't do his duty
by standing up to the colonels; thereby ushering in years of human rights violations and incurring the enduring enmity of the Left in Greece. He then compounded the initial mistake by launching a poorly planned, ill-thought-out counter-coup which only reinforced his image as a bungler. (Say what you will about Juan Carlos but he learned from his brother-in-law's mistakes.)
As for the photo spread, the pictures are lovely but they're unintentionally revealing -- Constantine is seated in every single one.