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Old January 29th, 2015 #6881
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Great video about Golden Dawn (activate English subtitles).


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What do the Maniots believe in above all else?
Don't they believe in blood?
What is the education of the young Maniots?
To learn since their childhood who is from their clan.
What families with different surnames share the same blood.
What is the lineage of their mother.
What is the lineage of their father.
Mani is the idea of racialism itself.
If that means racism then yes we are racist.
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Old January 31st, 2015 #6882
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Judges' report on Golden Dawn case expected next week

Friday Jan 30, 2015



A final decision by the Council of Appeals Court Judges weighing the merits of the case against ultranationalist party Golden Dawn is expected next week, marking the final step for the case to go to trial.

The report will determine which of the 70 suspects will face what charges in a case that is being closely watched as the party accused of operating as a criminal organization came third in last Sunday’s elections with 6.3 percent of the vote.

Prosecutor Isidoros Dogiakos, who led the probe into the party following the September 2013 murder of rapper Pavlos Fyssas by a member of Golden Dawn, has compiled a 700-page report that he says contains damning evidence implicating in the murder key members of the neo-Nazi party, including its leader Nikos Michaloliakos, his deputy Christos Pappas, and party spokesman Ilias Kasidiaris – all three of whom were re-elected on Sunday.

Dogiakos’s report suggests that Golden Dawn has been engaged in criminal activities since 1987 and that these surged following the party’s election to Parliament in 2012 and included brutal attacks on migrants, several of which resulted in death. He proposes that all 18 party MPs elected in 2012 stand trial, together with another 52 party officials and members on a slew of charges, including running a criminal organization and several cases of murder and assault.

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Old January 31st, 2015 #6883
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The yearly IMIA event is live here: http://new.livestream.com/xa/xrysh-aygh-imia-2015
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Old January 31st, 2015 #6884
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http://ekathimerini.com/4dcgi/_w_art...01/2015_546716

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Judges' report on Golden Dawn case expected next week

A final decision by the Council of Appeals Court Judges weighing the merits of the case against ultranationalist party Golden Dawn is expected next week, marking the final step for the case to go to trial.

The report will determine which of the 70 suspects will face what charges in a case that is being closely watched as the party accused of operating as a criminal organization came third in last Sunday’s elections with 6.3 percent of the vote.

Prosecutor Isidoros Dogiakos, who led the probe into the party following the September 2013 murder of rapper Pavlos Fyssas by a member of Golden Dawn, has compiled a 700-page report that he says contains damning evidence implicating in the murder key members of the neo-Nazi party, including its leader Nikos Michaloliakos, his deputy Christos Pappas, and party spokesman Ilias Kasidiaris – all three of whom were re-elected on Sunday.

Dogiakos’s report suggests that Golden Dawn has been engaged in criminal activities since 1987 and that these surged following the party’s election to Parliament in 2012 and included brutal attacks on migrants, several of which resulted in death. He proposes that all 18 party MPs elected in 2012 stand trial, together with another 52 party officials and members on a slew of charges, including running a criminal organization and several cases of murder and assault.
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Old January 31st, 2015 #6885
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I was able to find the whole speech that appeared in the video I posted above about GD and Mani. In the beginning it says the following: GD has 18 PM (talking about June 2012 election) and 5 of them are from Mani. They are:
  • Ilias Kasidiaris,
  • Dimitris Koukoutsis,
  • Nikolaos Kouzilos,
  • Nikolaos Michaloliakos and
  • Ilias Panagiotaros.

(Sadly no subtitles)
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Old February 1st, 2015 #6886
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Neo-Nazi Golden Dawn holds steady in Greek elections


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ATHENS, Greece — The neo-Nazi Golden Dawn party remained the third-largest party in Greece following elections.

In Sunday’s balloting, Golden Dawn received 6.3 percent of the vote, giving it 17 seats in the 300-member national parliament. Nearly all of the votes had been counted.

The far-left Syriza party fell one seat short of a majority needed to govern alone as Greeks embraced its promise to end six years of economic austerity. Prime Minister Antonis Samaras’ center-right New Democracy Party finished second with 27.9 percent of the vote.

Golden Dawn was only slightly below the 6.9 percent of the vote and 18 seats it won in the 2012 election despite a widespread crackdown in the past year that saw most of the party’s top leadership jailed on charges of heading a violent criminal organization.

The party, which frequently uses Nazi imagery, has been accused of being behind dozens of racist attacks on immigrants. Its leaders have denied the existence of Nazi death camps and gas chambers.

Attempting to crack down on Golden Dawn, Greek lawmakers recently passed a law with harsher penalties for inciting racial violence and denying the Holocaust, but it cannot be applied retroactively. It was not clear whether the newly elected government would continue the crackdown on Golden Dawn.

The American Jewish Committee on Monday called on newly elected Prime Minister Alexis Tspiras to continue the hard line against Golden Dawn and expressed dismay at the party’s showing.

“We look to the Syriza-led government to continue the measures implemented during the past years, and assure all minority communities, who are an integral part of Greece, that they will continue to be fully protected and respected, and that there will be no place for anti-Semitism in mainstream Greek society,” AJC Executive Director David Harris said.
http://www.timesofisrael.com/neo-naz...#ixzz3QcXQGssR
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Old February 4th, 2015 #6888
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ATHENS, Greece (AP) — A judicial panel in Greece ruled Wednesday that the leader and lawmakers from the extreme right Golden Dawn party will stand trial on charges of participating in a criminal group — an offence that carries a 20-year prison sentence.

The panel voted that all 18 Golden Dawn lawmakers who held seats in Greece's previous parliament will stand trial, along with 52 other defendants.

No trial date was set.

Golden Dawn, originally founded as a neo-Nazi party, came third in parliamentary elections last month.
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Old February 5th, 2015 #6889
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Posted by xaameriki on February 5, 2015

GREECE- RUSSIA-SYRIZA AND GOLDEN DAWN

Fireworks or foreign policy?
by Ilias Kasidiaris

The first move of the Syriza government in the geostrategic chessboard can be easily described as a great somersault. A fancy show of flashy fireworks which initially played as a top story in the international media and then an impressive somersault that just reconfirmed what Golden Dawn has been saying all along, that only a nationalist movement can bring a real national policy and no one else.

The substance of the international relationships remain the same as Greece supports the embargo which Berlin has imposed in Russia and turning the EU states into a backup of the German spearheaded foreign policy.


Nikos Kotzias (right) with Alexis Tsipras (left)

Νikos Kotzias, the new foreign minister on the first day of entering parliament, surprised us for two reasons, first for the impressive body type who made even Venizelos to look like a stylish man, and secondly despite his excess body mass for the flexibility,spins and rotations he is able to perform. Just a few hours after the big titles of the Greek media with them responding to the embargo against Putin,then the hard landing back to reality came for those who believed that Syriza could bring a serious foreign policy. Greece has agreed exactly with the continuation of the embargo, without any reference to the fixed right of our country for a ‘VETO’ against this decision which is damaging to our national interest.

ΕU vultures indeed gave official congratulations notice for this prudent attitude of the new government representatives.

The Syriza members have become masters in the fireworks communication process. They are developing policy through television channels. Kotzias was the first who opened the fiesta with the somersault with the embargo case, Varoufakis followed with spectacular tv show gimmicks, but the resistance will soon become a concensus in the form of submissive policy and of course in a new memorandum.

We have been saying for several times that to make a real and sustainable solution to the Greek problem there must be serious national leadership. Tsipras little company as is presented so far, guarantees the ruin of all our national issues. And the option of Sakelaridis in the position of the government spokesman destroys the last traces of seriousness. Τhe great marshal Panos Kammenos who has served his military service 50 yards from his house, complete the puzzle in the post-Samaras period.

On the other hand the Golden Dawn continues to express the national interest through audacious positions and revolutionary politics. At the forefront of our program is the geostrategic shift to Russia, the elimination of the destructive memorandum measures, the direct exploitation of the Greek wealth and the final eradication of the tumor that is political corruption. Regarding to the Russia factor it is worthwhile to repeat that our political positions will change the status-quo in the eastern mediterranean to be in our favor. Τhe start of negotiating with Gazprom for energy deposits of the Greek exclusive economic zone, joint aeronautical exercises in the south Aegean sea for Greek and Russian armed forces, and transnational contacts for permanent installation of the Russian fleet in the Aegean bases of Syros or Poros.

Such a prospect would cause an international earthquake and a full reversal of the German and American foreign policies which is facing Greece not as an independent state but as a protectorate.

For all the above to become a reality it is necessary for the national movement to be stronger. Today we are the third political party of the country, tomorrow we will be the second and soon we will be demanding the power. That is the only reason why this miserable, pathetic regime illegally keeps us in jail. For the first time in European political history an entire party remains captive but manages to defeat the propaganda regime, terrorists and schemers. The victory of Golden Dawn which started rising on January the 25th, will eventually come through the hard daily struggle and the sacrifices of all!!

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1st of February 2015

https://xaameriki.wordpress.com/2015...d-golden-dawn/
 
Old February 5th, 2015 #6890
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In another news article they said the trial will most probably begin in mid-March, that is before the end of the maximum 18 months pre-trial detention time... making sure GD's MPs remain behind bars.
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Old February 6th, 2015 #6891
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Video from their yearly IMIA rally last weekend.

Don't have info on how many attended. If anyone has any other numbers I would be curious to hear. Apparently they had representatives from Forza Nuova, NPD, and Spanish nationalist parties there as well.
 
Old February 10th, 2015 #6893
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Greece: Golden Dawn trials set to begin on the 20th of April

(ANSAmed) - ATHENS, FEBRUARY 10 - The Appellate Council recent decided to induct 70 Golden Dawn party officers and members on serious criminal organization charges, while their criminal activities included murders and brutal beatings of their "ideological enemies" and foreign citizens. The trial, as daily To Vima online reports, is expected to begin on the 20th of April, by which point the party's leadership will be released from custody, as the 18-month detainment period expires at the end of March. The case file states that the Nationalist party began operating as a criminal organization in 2008, with Nikos Michaloliakos, Ilias Kasidiaris, Yannis Lagos, Ilias Panagiotaros, Konstantinos Barbarousis, Stathis Boukouras and Christos Pappas being known to authorities.

The group initially started a political organization in the 1980s, but later developed into a party with a hierarchical structure. The party leader Nikos Michaloliakos was the Nationalist party's general secretary, followed by the MPs and the "cell leader" of localized groups. As of 2012, when Golden Dawn entered Parliament for the first time, the cell leaders spoke directly to the local party MP, who in turn consulted with the party's leadership for the approval of criminal actions. The party explicitly used violent means against foreigners and those it considered "serious ideological enemies". Members of the Nationalist group were involved in ten murder and attempted murder cases, dating back to 2008, with the murders of Pavlos Fyssas and Shehzad Luqman being cases which prompted the criminal investigation.(ANSAmed).

http://www.ansamed.info/ansamed/en/n...26036e17b.html

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Old February 12th, 2015 #6894
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SYRIZA is hard at work (destroying the foundation of the Greek society).



Greek Migration Minister: Citizenship to All Children Born in Greece

New Greek Gov’t Grants Legal Status to Gay Couples

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but gay adoptions will not be permitted yet.
Human rights organizations hail gov’t stance over migrant detention

Minister to allow migrants, minorities to join police force

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“In a multicultural society, you must have a multicultural police force,” he told the Federation of Greek Police Officers (POASY).

“We have to bring into the force people from various groups that have been excluded, such as the Roma, Pomaks and Black Sea Greeks.”
I'm sure the Greeks will be delighted...
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http://ekathimerini.com/4dcgi/_w_art...02/2015_547277

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As many as 100,000 children who have been born to migrant parents in Greece could benefit in a law change that would allow them to obtain citizenship more easily, some experts believe.

[more bullshit]
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Bernie Sanders: Greece Is In "Midst Of Depression," Needs Fed Bailout Before Democracy Fails

Jew Sen. Bernie Sanders, independent socialist of Vermont, penned a letter to Federal Reserve Chairman Jew Janet Yellen, asking her to remind the ECB of their obligation to provide financial security jewish domination in Greece, so that the fabric of democratic society remains intact.

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SEN. BERNIE SANDERS (I-Vermont): The party that came in third place in the recent elections is a Nazi party, and if the new government is unable to implement the anti-austerity policies that it campaigned on, it is going to make a sham of Greek democracy, and you're going to have a Nazi party there, saying to the people Democracy doesn't matter, certain powers...

In 2008, during the world financial crisis, did you know the Fed, in short term loans, made trillions of dollars available to the ECB -- the European Central Bank. The Fed could have said hey guys you're on your own, but the Fed correctly did not. It understood the significance of what a worldwide financial collapse would be about.

I think it is absolutely imperative that the ECB, the Troika in Europe, work with the Greek government, not in an austerity program which punishes people who are already suffering. But a pro-growth policy which enables them to create jobs, expand their economy, and pay off their debts...

I want [Federal Reserve Chair Janet] Yellen to make the European Central Bank aware that the Fed has provided significant, and continues to provide significant support to them. That President Obama was very strong saying last week that when a country is in the midst of a Depression like Greece, there is a limit to how far you can squeeze them. And I hope that she would make the ECB aware of that...

When they were in need during the Great Financial Crisis, the Fed was there for them. This for me is not just an economic issue., If you look at what happened in Germany after world war one, the allies imposed real austerity through the Versailles Treaty. The various Democratic governments that followed in the Weimar Republic were unable to deal with the horrendous economic conditions in Germany. Hitler came to power. I trust no one wants to see a Nazi Party to come to power in Greece...

What happens in Greece could be a prelude to what will happen in Italy and Spain. There is massive opposition to austerity programs being imposed all over Europe. To be honest I'm not a fan of his...

You've got a new government which won a new election on a new program, and to deny them the ability to implement the policies that people voted for is, I think an economic mistake, and even more importantly,a political mistake.

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Old February 22nd, 2015 #6897
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http://greece.greekreporter.com/2015...dum-extension/

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The President of main opposition New Democracy (ND) on Saturday attacked Greek Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras for trying to present the return to the memorandum signed on Friday at the Eurogroup as a success.

In a press release issued by the party, Antonis Samaras said the government essentially returned to the same place it was before, but under mush worse conditions. “Although they said they are abolishing the memorandum, now they signed its extension for four more months; only now it’s named differently!”

Samaras noted the government said they would abolish the troika, but now they are negotiating with the very same troika and they will continue to negotiate for the new memorandum, “because that’s where the country is heading. This is another thing they signed for yesterday,” he said.

He noted that the coalition government led by ND was exiting the memoranda at the end of February and by the end of the year “there really wouldn’t be a troika.”
The Greek government, he continues, speaks of empty state coffers when it’s basing its existence on the surpluses left by the precious government and despite the fact that before the elections they were urging people not to pay their taxes.

“Now they signed for surpluses for years to come. They only received a vague promise to cut the target for 2015. Why? Not to distribute money, but because the economy is heading towards a new recession and will not be able to produce real surpluses. But you need the surpluses so that you don’t have to borrow and to exit the memoranda.”

Samaras also mentioned the Greek debt, saying SYRIZA had promised to write it down, but now it’s struggling to secure the measure ND had secured since November 2012. He also wondered where the government would find the money to fulfill its obligations in the coming months.
“Never before have so many lies been told and negated in such a short time! And not just pre-election lies. Their plans will now have to be approved by the troika. They’ll submit them on Monday and we’ll see which will be accepted and which will be rejected.

The president of ND reiterated his statement that though the worse scenario has been averted for the time being, the biggest danger is still looming. “They just put their signature on things the previous government was trying – and was close – to abolishing,” Samaras said.

He also criticized the government’s claim that this is the first real negotiation that has ever taken place. “With bank deposits fleeing, with the country’s creditworthiness being constantly downgraded, with recovery at risk of turning into recession and surpluses into deficits. If this is called ‘successful negotiation’ then what would we call a fiasco?”
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I'm a little surprised that Germany is screwing over SYRIZA so bad. You'd think they'd be more of a desire to hold SYRIZA up to keep Golden Dawn down.
 
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Yes, but I think it's just all theatrics. In the end, Syriza did not kill the troika nor the memorandum although they want the Greek people to think they have defeated them...

The Greek Government’s Full List of Reforms Sent to EC, ECB and IMF
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End Austerity to Beat Greek Fascism, Says Syriza
BY LUKE HURST 2/25/15 AT 9:41 AM

Greece’s radical left ruling party, Syriza, has linked ending austerity to beating the rise of fascism in the country after a Council of Europe report said that the country had ‘no comprehensive strategy’ for tackling increasing levels of racism.

The strongly critical report, published yesterday by the Council of Europe’s Commission Against Racism and Intolerance (ECRI), said that Greece had seen “a strong increase in the levels of incitement to racial hatred, in particular in the context of public discourse, including from representatives of political parties”. Measures taken to address a surge in racist violence in recent years have been “largely insufficient”, and there is “widespread impunity for acts of hate speech and insufficient official condemnation”.

In recent years, Greece has seen the rise of neo-fascist party Golden Dawn, which came third in the country’s recent elections, winning 6.3% of the vote. All of Golden Dawn’s 18 MPs who served in the previous parliament are set to go on trial soon - although a date has not been set - charged with belonging to a criminal group. The crackdown on the organisation followed the murder of an anti-fascist rapper in 2013, along with accusations that members were involved in the murder of a Pakistani immigrant and the beating of political opponents.

Dimosthenis Papadatos, the coordinator of the Human Rights Department of Syriza says his party has been trying for years to tackle the issues highlighted in the ECRI report, and highlighted ending austerity as a key step to getting rid of fascism. He says they approach the problem in four ways: through working with antifascist movements, using parliamentary control, working with the Council of Europe and by addressing issues such as poverty and disillusionment with politics which he says fuels racist propaganda.

Papadatos acknowledges that neo-Nazism had spread to state apparatus including the police, church, justice system and to a lesser extent army, and says that the trial of the former Golden Dawn MPs would be the start of a “radical cleansing” of Greek society.

“But we know that fascism is also a social phenomenon,” he adds, “we cannot finish with it if we do not finish with austerity, political cynicism, antisemitism and islamophobia. So, the trial is a necessary start - not the end of the road.”

Greece has been locked in negotiations with Eurozone finance ministers over a bailout extension, which they secured yesterday. Syriza was elected on an anti-austerity platform, promising to roll back the economic reforms imposed on the country by the 'troika' of lenders - the EU, IMF and European Central Bank.

Papadatos also says that the ministers of Public Order and Migration Policy have said controversial detention centres - described by United Nations as holding illegal immigrants in “shocking conditions” and seen as designed to appeal to right-wing voters - will be shut down in 100 days, with 20 or 30 immigrants released every day.

Syriza didn’t win an outright majority in the Greek parliament, forming a coalition with the nationalist far-right Independent Greeks party, a move that Dr Daphne Halikiopoulou, a lecturer in comparative politics at the University of Reading in the UK and co-author of The Golden Dawn's Nationalist Solution: Explaining the Rise of the Far Right in Greece says is worrying.

“Syriza got into coalition with a far-right party. That’s worrying. It said the anti-austerity line was more important than the social reform line.”

Dr Halikiopoulou says the ECRI report is “not at all surprising”. “There is widespread far-right nationalism and racism,” she says, “and this is reflected in the vote for Golden Dawn. These votes for Golden Dawn legitimise that, making the views seem quite mainstream.”

“It’s interesting that a party whose leading members are all indicted for crimes like murder were the third party in parliament. They marginally lost support from 2012. They may be banned, but banning does nothing because they will just change the name.”

A historic lack of a government strategy for helping immigrants and asylum seekers to integrate or move into the EU gave far-right groups like Golden Dawn space in which to flourish, according to Eva Cosse from Human Rights Watch.

“We have heard many stories of Greek citizens who instead of calling the police called Golden Dawn to escort immigrants out of the neighbourhoods.”

In the short term Cosse believes Greece must strengthen criminal law on racist violence and “prosecute as strongly as possible to send a message”. In the long term “it will take a lot of effort through education and campaigns and also a clear strategy” to deal with the problems, she adds.

http://www.newsweek.com/greece-racism-309242
 
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