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Old April 30th, 2012 #1
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A few posts that may interest you Stan.............

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The far-right political organization, Golden Dawn, held an international conference of nationalists in Thessaloniki, Greece (10/1998) that was attended by Dr. William Pierce. You can read Dr. Pierce's report on the conference and his thoughts on Greece and European nationalism here.

Protesters hit news anchor with eggs and yogurt live on air

Any television anchor would be hard pressed to find a more unfortunate experience than one endured by a Greek anchor Friday evening, as a group of protesters broke on set and fired eggs at him during a live telecast.

According to GreekReporters.com, anchor Panagiotis Bourchas was pelted with eggs and yogurt by protesters upset over him hosting a spokesperson from the far-right political organizations Golden Dawn.

Amazingly enough, Bourchas showed no signs of panic despite the barrage, calmly taking all the eggs thrown at him while remaining on set. The anchor talked to his viewers before signing off.


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The National Alliance in Europe


Commentary by Dr. Pierce from October 1998

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On October 24 and 25 I attended an international conference of nationalists in Thessaloniki, Greece. Also attending the conference were representatives of groups in Greece, Portugal, Romania, Flanders, Denmark, Netherlands, Germany, South Africa, and Austria. It was hoped that representatives of Russian groups also would be present, but none was able to attend. The Alliance was the only group in the United States represented. The conference was hosted by the Greek nationalist group Golden Dawn.

"Cooperation across national borders will become increasingly important for progress and perhaps even for survival in the future."
One thing I discovered which the Jews have done for the Alliance in places like Greece is gives us name recognition. Every nationalist in Europe has heard about The Turner Diaries, for example. And being promoted by Bnai Brith as the most dangerous organization in America also has helped.
 
Old April 30th, 2012 #3
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Please post more than just a link, we don't need another Tom Harris.

Rise of far right in Greece worries mainstream

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ATHENS, Greece (AP) -- Reeling from a vicious financial crisis that has cost them pensions and jobs, Greeks have been turning away in droves from the mainstream politicians they feel have let them down. Another political force is trying to tap the void, with blunt promises to "clean up" the country.

It's one that could see Europe's most extreme far right deputies take up seats in Greece's Parliament in crucial May 6 elections.

Black-clad Golden Dawn members have been storming across the campaign trail across Greece, stopping to chat at cafes and shops, handing out fliers promising security in crime-ridden neighborhoods - and vowing to kick out immigrants.

Greece's borders, they say, must be sealed with land mines to stop illegal crossing into a country that became the entry point for 90 percent of the European Union's illegal migrants. Authorities estimate there are about 1 million migrants living in this country of 11 million.

Appealing to populist sentiment, Golden Dawn has been gathering donations of food and clothing to deliver to the needy while pledging to make politicians accountable for the crisis. Ordinary Greeks are struggling under tough conditions demanded for rescue loan deals that have pushed the country into a fifth year of recession.

"Golden Dawn stands against this corrupt system of power. All those who are responsible for the waste of public money must go to jail. That is our priority," said Ilias Kasidiaris, a 31-year-old party member who served in the Greek army's special forces.

Around him, the party offices in downtown Athens were a hive of activity, with newcomers dropping in and the membership list growing by the day. In the back, T-shirts and caps are for sale marked with the party logo, taken from the ancient Greek meander, a motif resembling the swastika and often seen on ancient mosaics, carvings and wall paintings.

Firmly on the fringe of the right since it first appeared 20 years ago, Golden Dawn garnered a meager 0.23 percent in the 2009 elections. Now, it looks set to easily win more than the 3 percent threshold needed to enter Parliament, with recent opinion polls showing support at about 5 percent.

The party has a barely veiled sinister side, and has been blamed for vicious attacks on immigrants. Members skirt questions about violence, saying they have no knowledge of such incidents.

"We don't do anything, we protect the Greeks," said Epaminondas Anyfantis, a mild-mannered, 59-year-old candidate who looks the antithesis of many of the young, muscled and shaven-headed members. "Now, if in protecting the Greeks, a foreigner might get a slap or a kick or something, I think that's in the framework of the protection of the Greeks. ... Because unfortunately the Greeks at the moment have come to the point of asking Golden Dawn for protection."

With parts of central Athens turning into ghetto-like neighborhoods where drug users inject openly and muggings and burglaries are regular events, many have lost confidence in the police.

Giorgos Vardzis, who lives in the small seaside town of Artemida, has taken down the numbers of Golden Dawn members in case of emergencies.

"Who else should I call, the police? ... When you ask for help from the police because you're being killed, you have to be killed first, and then the police will come," he said.

Immigrants are increasingly concerned.

"We are worried very much," said Javed Aslam, the head of the Pakistani community in Greece, during a recent anti-racist demonstration. "This is very bad. You can imagine one political party with weapons, with knives, they are going out in the roads, and this is politics? This is not politics!"

Led by Nikolas Mihaloliakos, who won a seat on the Athens city council in 2010 local elections and shocked Greeks by delivering a fascist salute in his first appearance there, Golden Dawn rejects the neo-Nazi label, pointing out that many of their fathers fought the Germans during the Nazi occupation of Greece.

"We are Greek nationalists. Nothing more and nothing less than that," said Kasidiaris.

But they don't hide their admiration for many of Hitler's policies, saying he eliminated unemployment in Germany. Golden Dawn members often give fascist salutes at marches and rallies featuring nationalist slogans and burning torches, pictures of which adorn walls in party offices.

And they are tapping into a deep well of discontent with the parties that have dominated Greek politics for decades, conservative New Democracy and socialist PASOK.

"Our children have no jobs. They cut my husband's pension," said Evlambia Spantidaki, sitting on the porch of a friend's house in Artemida. "For a while I voted New Democracy. I changed and voted for PASOK. But now nothing, none of them."

This year, her vote will go to Golden Dawn.

"All those people who are following us at the moment, let's be realistic ... they didn't suddenly become nationalists from one minute to the next," said Giorgos Germenis, a member of the party's political council responsible for ideology. He is running as a Golden Dawn candidate in the wider Athens area. "It is a vote of protest. They find confidence in the face of Golden Dawn, that it will enter Parliament and really shake up the system."

With none of its more than 220 candidates, bar its leader, a recognized politician, the party also plays to voters disillusioned with the political elite.

"We will never become politicians. We are soldiers and we will die soldiers," said Anyfantis. "We are soldiers fighting for a cause."

In a country that suffered famine under Nazi occupation and saw arbitrary detentions and torture under the 1967-74 military dictatorship, the party's growing popularity has alarmed many.

"I have been surprised and very worried by the explosion in the opinion polls of Golden Dawn, the most extreme form of the extreme right," Athens University political science professor Ilias Nicolacopoulos said shortly after elections were declared in mid-April.

So the mainstream has been scrambling to win back the right-wing vote, putting immigration at the top of the agenda. Public Order Minister Michalis Chrysohoidis has pledged to build detention centers for 30,000 illegal immigrants by 2014, with the first one to open within days. Police have raided migrant apartments, and legislation now allows authorities to force migrants to have health checks and medical treatment.

Immigrant groups say there has been a spike in racist violence recently.

"There is a worrying trend of racist attacks directed against non-EU foreigners in Greece," said Ketty Kehagioglou, UNHCR spokeswoman in Athens. "In times of instability it is always easy to look for scapegoats and extremist groups take advantage of this situation."

In an Athens hospital ward, Pakistani migrant Mohammad lies propped up on a bed, his right arm in a cast, stitches in the back of his head, his nose broken - the result of a severe beating one recent Sunday night by a group of about 25 men armed with wooden bats and iron rods, he said.

Across town in a small one-bedroom flat, his friend Ahmad is recovering from head and hand injuries from the same attack.

"They just asked 'what's your country?' and then they start beating us. ... With hands and wood and the iron rod," Ahmad said. Neither had spoken to the police about the incident. Fearing reprisals, they asked for only their first names to be used.

For their part, Golden Dawn seem confident of taking up parliamentary seats after May 6 - even if it is on a protest vote.

"That is why the whole system is fighting us," said Anyfantis. "Because they are afraid that when we get into Parliament, the Greek people will understand that we are neither a gang, nor Nazis, nor children of Hitler. ... We are just Greek patriots, we love our country. We are prepared even to sacrifice ourselves for our beliefs, for the country, for its people."
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Old April 30th, 2012 #4
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Old May 1st, 2012 #6
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Hail Hellas!

"We are Greek nationalists. Nothing more and nothing less than that," said Kasidiaris.

"All those people who are following us at the moment, let's be realistic ... they didn't suddenly become nationalists from one minute to the next," said Giorgos Germenis, a member of the party's political council responsible for ideology. He is running as a Golden Dawn candidate in the wider Athens area. "It is a vote of protest. They find confidence in the face of Golden Dawn, that it will enter Parliament and really shake up the system."

"We will never become politicians. We are soldiers and we will die soldiers," said Anyfantis. "We are soldiers fighting for a cause."

every Greek friend and relative I have is Nationalist..

but also a bit cynical in they think the system is so corruptt it will always oppose those with true Greek interest at heart;

"A great-hearted and noble people, filled with genius and energy, they seized upon the resources in labor, material, and land which their conquest of the conservative Mediterranean world offered, and they wrought one of the most progressive civilizations this earth has yet seen. Indeed, many of their creations remain unsurpassed to this day."
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Is it possible for us American WNs to support the Golden Dawn and other European WN parties in our ancestral homelands? That would really be the most patriotic thing we can do for our heritage, folk and nations!
 
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That sounds like a great idea!
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Rise of far right in Greece worries mainstream



http://hosted.ap.org/dynamic/stories...04-30-07-50-00
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Old May 5th, 2012 #10
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Is it possible for us American WNs to support the Golden Dawn and other European WN parties in our ancestral homelands? That would really be the most patriotic thing we can do for our heritage, folk and nations!
Anybody serious about supporting Golden Dawn may PM me for details.
The election is tomorrow, but better now than never.
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The "mainstream" commies & "conservatives" have impoverished & terrorized everyday Greeks by giving the country away to the jew international bankster bloodsuckers and opening the borders to raping Allah monkeys - but naturally, the Decent People of the establishment & the judenpresse are only worried about the one group opposed to the destruction.....
 
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Rise of far right in Greece worries mainstream



http://hosted.ap.org/dynamic/stories...04-30-07-50-00
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Old May 6th, 2012 #14
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I had to use machine translation from what is claimed to be the Golden Dawn Party's website. This is the best news that I have found as of 16:47 GMT.

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Hundreds of thousands of Greeks strongly present in the National Race for a Great Free Greece. Hundreds of thousands of Greeks turned their backs in the mud and the pornokanalon pseftopatrioton politicians we systematically sykofantousan. A new Nationalist Movement rises!
 
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Greece's New Democracy Party Leads With 17%-20% Of Vote -Exit Polls

ATHENS (AFP)--Greece's two main pro-austerity parties suffered major losses in elections Sunday, exit polls showed, throwing into doubt the euro zone country's commitment to meeting the tough terms of its two bailouts.

The conservative New Democracy led by Antonis Samaras was the largest party with 17%-to-20% percent of the vote, insufficient to give it an absolute majority and down from 33.5% at the last election in 2009, the exit polls showed.

The left-wing Pasok saw its score slump to 14%-to-17% from 43.9%. The party was even leapfrogged into second place by the leftist Syriza party, which scored 15.5%-to-18.5%, up from 4.6%three years ago.

A neo-Nazi party, Golden Dawn, was also set to enter parliament for the first time in nearly 40 years, notching up 6%-to-8%. The communist KKE scored 7.5%-to-9.5%, compared to 7.5% in 2009, the exit polls showed.

Both Pasok and ND have said they want the "troika" of the European Union, International Monetary Fund and European Central Bank to cut Greece more slack in their two bailout deals worth EUR240 billion ($314.0 billion).

But with voters angry at the austerity cuts demanded in response, many of the smaller parties, including Syriza, want to tear up the agreements, while the communist KKE party want to leave the euro zone.

The result therefore will make it tough for Samaras, once he is tasked to do so by the president, to form a government able to keep its austerity promises and implement more cuts demanded by the country's creditors.

His other options include a repeat of the current uneasy Pasok-ND alliance or fresh elections. The final results are not expected much before 2000 GMT, and experts have warned they could differ considerably from the exit polls.

"After two years of barbarism, democracy is coming home," said Alexis Tsipras, the head of the leftist Syriza party said earlier Sunday after casting his vote. "The people will send a loud and clear message to all of Europe."

Pasok head Evangelos Venizelos, a former finance minister who helped negotiate Greece's second bailout earlier this year, was booed as he voted in his constituency in Thessaloniki, with one heckler shouting "thief".

Greece's creditors, not least paymaster-in-chief Germany, the main proponent of austerity before growth despite growing criticism across Europe have little appetite to loosen the bailout terms, let alone consider a third rescue.

With Athens having committed to finding in June another EUR11.5 billion in savings through 2014, any ambition to renegotiate terms "suggests a degree of liberty they do not have," Swiss bank UBS said in a research note.

In ominous comments widely quoted by Greek newspapers on Saturday, German Finance Minister Wolfgang Schaeuble said if Greece's new government deviated from its commitments, the country would "bear the consequences."

"Membership of the European Union is voluntary," he said in Cologne.

As a result, it is Greece's vote rather than France's presidential election, also decided on Sunday, which "weighs heavier" on investors' minds, said Valerie Plagnol, Credit Suisse director of research.

Holger Schmieding, economist at Germany's Berenberg Bank, said that with a "high" chance that no stable government willing to implement more reforms can be formed, there was a 40% risk of a Greek euro zone exit this year.

Outgoing technocrat Prime Minister Lucas Papademos, head of an uneasy Pasok-ND coalition since November that negotiated the second bailout, said as he voted in Athens that he expected a new government to be formed "this week."

"We are all agreed that these elections are most crucial. Everyone has to make a decision, not just on who will govern but on what path the country will take in the coming decades," the former ECB vice president said.

With Portugal and Ireland also getting aid and Italy and Spain on shaky ground too, last year there were worries of some sort of break-up of the euro zone. These fears have subsided in recent months but have not completely disappeared.

Greece has already written off a third of its debts and is in its fifth year of recession. One in five workers is unemployed, its banks are in a precarious position and pensions and salaries have been slashed by up to 40%.
 
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Great news 25 plus new Golden Dawn MP's - Greece Awake !



Greek election day: Jews worry about far-right

Head of Jewish community in Athens expresses concern over expected election of neo-Nazi party to parliament.



The head of the Jewish community in Athens on Sunday worried two far-right groups might take a seat in Greece's next parliament.

In an interview with The Jerusalem Post on the day of the general elections, Benjamin Albalas said his biggest concern was Golden Dawn, a supremacist group expected to enter the Greek legislature for the first time.

"According to the polls the prediction is, unfortunately, that [Golden Dawn] will be elected," the Jewish leader said over the phone from Athens. "This is an insult not just to Jewish people but to the country as a whole. Golden Dawn is not only right or extreme right but a neo-Nazi party. It's a shame to permit this bunch of people to become members of parliament."

Golden Dawn's is a nationalist party hostile to ethnic minorities whose charter excludes "non-aryans" from becoming members. Recent polls indicated the group, whose official emblem is similar to the Nazi swastika, might win five percent of the vote.

The other far-right party predicted to pass the three percent threshold and return to parliament is LAOS, whose founder Giorgos Karatzaferis has repeatedly made anti-Semitic comments. In 2000, for instance, Karatzaferis told the public to vote for his party because it did not have any Jews, communists or homosexuals.

Albalas said he rejected several attempts by Karazaferis to patch up his relationship with the Jewish community in recent years.

"He apologized publicly two years ago but we know who he is and we could not accept this," he said.

Of the two rightist parties, however, the Jewish leader said that Golden Dawn posed a much bigger threat even though their focus was not on the country's Jewish community, which numbers an estimated 5,000 people.

"Now they are attacking Muslims, immigrants, homosexuals and foreign workers but not the Jewish people," Albalas said. "Not yet."

The elections in Greece are taking place under the shadow of the deeply troubled economy. The markets took a nose dive in 2010 after it became apparent that successive governments lied about the size of the national debt. The introduction of reforms and austerity measures at the behest of the German-led European Union has so far failed to put the country on an even keel. Experts say the expected fragmentation of votes among several parties this year and the rise in support for fringe groups is symptomatic of the public's deep disappointment with the system.

Albalas said whoever wins the country's elections the Jewish community hopes the next government would provide stability and repair the broken economy. The Jewish community itself was recently saved from a fiscal crisis after it received money from a coalition of Jewish groups including the American Jewish Joint Distribution Committee, the American Jewish Committee, the Jewish Agency for Israel, and others. Albalas thanked Jewish groups abroad for their help saying the cash infusion prevented the closure of Jewish institutions in Athens, where the largest Jewish community in the country resides.

Still, he said so long as the economy was suffering the community depended on continued outside support.

"The books cannot be balanced because a lot of our income is from property, which is a problem because our tenants threaten to leave and our income is diminished," he said.

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Old May 6th, 2012 #17
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The link to the above story by Bobster is http://news.yahoo.com/voting-begins-...044821544.html . My correspondent in Greece sent me this at 17:17GMT.

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To: "Donald E. Pauly"

The first party (democratic) will not have more than 20%.
The leftists have 18% and the nationalists 6%.
We will not have goverment. Maybe we will be out of euro and European
Union next weeks.
 
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Albalas said whoever wins the country's elections the Jewish community hopes the next government would provide stability and repair the broken economy. The Jewish community itself was recently saved from a fiscal crisis after it received money from a coalition of Jewish groups including the American Jewish Joint Distribution Committee, the American Jewish Committee, the Jewish Agency for Israel, and others. Albalas thanked Jewish groups abroad for their help saying the cash infusion prevented the closure of Jewish institutions in Athens, where the largest Jewish community in the country resides.
Well now, isn't that sweet? Who do the real Greeks have to turn to except the kike banksters?

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Still, he said so long as the economy was suffering the community depended on continued outside support.

"The books cannot be balanced because a lot of our income is from property, which is a problem because our tenants threaten to leave and our income is diminished," he said.
Slumlords. Typical non-productive zhid bloodsuckas.
 
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I love the Golden Dawn. They really have the traitors and Hebrews shaking in their boots.
 
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Default Election results (as per the BBC)

Just under 7%!

http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/world-europe-17975370
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