Eliminate Greece ~ if you dare…

Lebanese American writer Robert Elias Najemy has written:
Destroy all over Greece down to a depth of 100 meters.
Empty all the museums from around the world.
Break down everything Greek from around the world…
Then eliminate the Greek language from everywhere. From Medicine and
Pharmacy…  From Math (geometry, algebra), from Physics, from
Chemistry, from Astronomy, from Politics, from everyday life.
Change the Geometry of the buildings, the streets, the games, the cars,
Change the name of any disease and any drug,
Eliminate Democracy and Politics,
Change all your books (because everywhere there will be a Greek word),
Eliminate from your daily routine every Greek word,
Change the Gospels, change the name of Christ (this comes from the
Greek and means one who has the anointing),
Change the shape of each temple (not to have the Greek geometry),
Eliminate Alexander the Great and all the mythical and historical heroes.
Change your Education,
Change the name of History,
Change the names of the universities,
Change your way of writing, (please use the Arabic),
Delete Philosophy
Delete, delete, delete, delete…
You say “it is not possible”!
Well, it is true, because then you could not compose even one sentence!
It is not possible to eliminate Greece, the Greek people and their
contribution on this planet…
The challenge, however, stands…
Greek in origin words in an English piece.

The article below was published in a British art magazine. 
The words in RED colour are exclusively ENGLIGH, the rest are Greek
“The genesis of classical drama was not symptomatic. An euphoria of charismatic and talented protagonists showed fantastic scenes of historic episodes. The prologue, the theme and the epilogue, comprised the trilogy of drama while synthesis, analysis and synopsis characterised the phraseology of the text.
The syntax and phraseology used by scholars, academicians and philosophers in their rhetoric, had many grammatical idioms and idiosyncrasies. The protagonists periodically used pseudonyms. Anonymity was a syndrome that characterised the theatrical atmosphere. The panoramic fantasy, the mystique, the melody, the aesthetics, the use of the cosmetic epithets are characteristics of drama.
Even through the theatres were physically gigantic, there was no need for microphones because the architecture and the acoustics would echo isometrically and crystal – clear.
Many epistemologists of physics, aerodynamics, acoustics, electronics, electromagnetism, can not analyze – explain the ideal and isometric acoustics of Hellenic theaters even today.
There were many categories of drama:
classical drama, melodrama, satiric, epic, comedy, etc.
The syndrome of xenophobia or dyslexia 
was overcome by the pathos of the actors who practised methodically and emphatically.
Acrobatics were also euphoric. There was a plethora of anecdotal themes, with which the acrobats wouldelectrify the ecstatic audience with scenes from mythical and historical episodes. Some theatrics episodes were characterised as scandalous and blasphemous.
Pornography, bigamy, haemophilia, nymphomania, polyandry, polygamy and heterosexuality were dramatised in a pedagogical way so the mysticism about them would not cause phobia or anathema or taken as anomaly but through logic, dialogue and analysis scepticism and the pathetic or cryptic mystery behind them would be dispelled.
It is historically and chronologically proven that theatre emphasized pedagogy, idealism and harmony.Paradoxically it also energised patriotism a phenomenon that symbolised ethnically character andphenomenal heroism.”
Athena Roumeliotis