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Old April 13th, 2009 #1
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Greece's protection of National Socialists, draws a whinefest from Jewish organizations

In a letter to OSCE Chairperson-in-Office, Madam Dora Bakoyannis, the Simon Wiesenthal Centre's Director for International Relations, Dr Shimon Samuels, expressed "outrage at the Greek authorities' indifference to last Friday's acquittal of hatemonger Kostas Plevris on charges of incitement regarding his 1,400 page antisemitic diatribe, 'The Jews - The Whole Truth'."

He recalled that, "on 16 September 2008, our Centre warned Greece that the following day's Appeal trial of the pro-Nazi publicist would pass 'a message to Greek young people on whether racism may be manifested with impunity '. We noted the irregularities reported during this ongoing legal case, including the expulsion of the plaintiff's counsel from the Court, and the Public Prosecutor who, allegedly, denoted this Nazi text as 'scientific writing'."

The letter quoted the French sociologist, Pierre-Andres Taguieff, who posited that, "if such extreme antisemitism is freedom of expression, then Jew-hatred has [perversely] become a human right," adding, on behalf of the Centre, "thus rendering the Jew as non-human".

The Centre argued that "Plevis' book unambiguously justifies violence against Jews as individuals and as a collective, on grounds of their religion, their 'Holocaust lies' (despite over 90% of Greek Jewry having perished) and the existence of the State of Israel. Since the appearance of 'The Jews - The Whole Truth', assaults on Jewish cemeteries and Holocaust monuments, throughout Greece, have increased exponentially."

See extracts from the book as quoted by the Greek Anti-Nazi Initiative (GANI) at the end of this press release. Such passages were deemed by the Court as not constituting a provocation of hate and violence, nor an insult, against Greek Jews.

GANI also noted that Plevris' defence counsil, extreme-right LA.O.S. Member of Parliament, Thanasis Plevris, stated that the call for the extermination of any people, even for the reopening of Auschwitz, was "a democratic right".

The Greek Helsinki Monitor has criticized this acquittal as a day it hoped would never come that demonstrates how "antisemitism and, more generally, racism, is deeply entrenched in Greek society, and widely tolerated".

Samuels emphasized that "the most striking feature of this outrage is the lack of protest from Greek opinion-moulders, the political parties, educators, unionists, churches, media etc. Greece has raised the bar of indifference to incitement to a new threshold, showing contempt for its commitments to the OSCE in regard to the combat of antisemitism and racism."

He continued, "Left without condemnation, this indifference makes the Greek authorities complicit in any subsequent violence against minorities and sets a disturbing challenge for all State-Parties of the OSCE region."

The Centre urged the OSCE "to call Greece to account due to its violation of the OSCE's 2004 'Berlin Declaration on Antisemitism' and other related instruments. //04.13.09 Wiesenthal Center Los Angeles

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Lets see some Spartan spirit in fighting the kikevermin..

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and make his heart a thing full of hate, and hold the black flying
spirits of death as dear as he holds the flash of the sun."
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Athens - Greece aims to tear down the slum area of illegal immigrants in the port town of Patras and to relocate thousands of refugees, Interior Minister Prokopis Pavlopoulos said Sunday.
In comments on television a day after visiting the port town some 150 kilometres west of Athens, Pavlopoulos said the government aimed to tear down the refugee slum area by the end of May.
'The misery will come to an end by the end of May,' he said. 'People should come first.'
The minister's remarks came after he visited the slum area on the periphery of the port of Patras, a town which has become the hub of international human trafficking activities. He said people should not have to live in such conditions.
There were dangers of disease and dozens of people were ill or undernourished. Some 200 minors were living in the slum without any parents or other relatives.
The some 4,000 refugees are to be relocated in a former military barracks. The minors who are without parents or relatives are to be put in a special reception camp in northern Greece and be attended to by social workers, the minister said.
The refugees, primarily from Asian and African countries, have converged on Patras in hopes of travelling on to Italy. Clashes between refugees and police, and between rival human trafficking gangs, are commonplace.
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I always find it interesting that it's in these European countries where a large portion of the population have been pretty much infused with a certain % of mudd blood that they finally begin to stand up to the damn Jews. Italy, Greece, Croatia, Bulgaria.

Then you have these other non white countries openly denouncing Kikes all together......Places like the bulk of middle eastern countries and Venezuela.

Perhaps Russia really is the last hope for our race. White countries need to get on the ball.
 
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I always find it interesting that it's in these European countries where a large portion of the population have been pretty much infused with a certain % of mudd blood that they finally begin to stand up to the damn Jews. Italy, Greece, Croatia, Bulgaria.

Then you have these other non white countries openly denouncing Kikes all together......Places like the bulk of middle eastern countries and Venezuela.

Perhaps Russia really is the last hope for our race. White countries need to get on the ball.
In case you happen to travel to Bulgaria, you should know that parallels with Greeks or Italians won't be met with understanding, "mud infusion" remarks aside.
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Extremists attack immigrants in Greek capital

May 12, 2011, 17:35 GMT



Locals stand on 12 May 2011 at the spot where a 44-year-old local man was stabbed to death at dawn on Tuesday in central Athens. Police said the victim, who was retrieving his car from a parking lot to take his pregnant wife to a maternity ward to give birth to their second child, was fatally stabbed by three suspects, ostensibly for a video camera he was carrying. The shocking incident generated several attacks against mostly Third World migrants in the same congested urban area, although authorities have not released any information on the identities of the killers. The specific inner city district where the murder occurred -- within walking distance from the city's central Omonia square -- has attracted over recent years numerous illegal migrants. A protest at the site, which authorities fear will attract far right groups, is planning later on Thursday.


Athens - Groups of right-wing extremists chased and attacked immigrants through the streets of Athens Thursday during a protest against a deadly mugging of a Greek man earlier this week.

Nationalists and far-right groups have blamed immigrants for Tuesday's stabbing of a Greek man in an area of the city where many immigrants are known to live, although officials say no evidence has been revealed to suggest that they are responsible.

The murder has shocked and sparked outrage, as the victim had been about to drive his pregnant wife to a maternity hospital and was apparently killed for his video camera.

More than 2,000 hooded youths, carrying sticks and broken bottles, could be seen chasing and clashing with immigrants through the streets in central Athens, sending others to run for cover during the rally.

Riot police fired several rounds of tear gas to disperse the crowd. At least 15 immigrants and one Greek man were hospitalised with injuries while more than 50 people were reportedly detained.

Similar anti-immigrant rallies have taken place since Tuesday night, after the fatal stabbing.

Police are also investigating the fatal stabbing of a 21-year-old Bangladeshi, which took place earlier Thursday in central Athens. No arrests have been made and the motive for the attack remained unclear.

'There is the serious threat of Athens becoming a war zone similar to the likes of Beirut during the 1970s,' said Athens Mayor Giorgos Kaminis.

Immigrants have been beaten and stabbed in many of the city's squares over recent months. Several makeshift mosques, usually situated in garages or basements of apartment blocks, have been bombed, set on fire, and vandalized.

Last year, assailants locked the door of a basement prayer house and hurled firebombs through the windows, seriously wounding five worshippers in the area of St Panteleimonos.

The area is often the site of angry rallies by local residents, often infiltrated by extreme nationalist groups. The anger is aimed at what they charge is a crime wave fuelled by illegal immigrants and the downgrading of the neighborhood.

Far-right groups have won increasing public support in recent months. The leader of group Chrysi Avghi won a seat on Athens' city council for the first time in elections last November.

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25 injured during far-right rampage against immigrants in Greece's capital

Gangs of far-right youths attacked dark-skinned immigrants in central Athens and clashed with riot police Thursday, leaving at least 25 people injured, in a show of force by extremist groups.

25 injured during far-right rampage against immigrants in Greece's capital - 5/12/2011 4:51:32 PM | Newser



Protesters hold banners that read '' ''murderous government'' during a protest in central Athens, on Thursday, May 12, 2011. Greek left-wing groups and unions protested Thursday amid heated condemnations...



A woman stands at the site of a fatal mugging in central Athens on Thursday, May 12, 2011. Far right groups have launched a series of anti-migrant attacks since Tuesday's mugging, which caused outrage...



A Greek flag hangs above signs reading "Foreigners out now," and "Protest in honor of the murdered Greek," next to flowers at the site of a fatal mugging in central Athens on Thursday, May 12, 2011. Far...



A black and red anarchist flag, replacing the Greek flag, flies above a banner reading "Murderers" at the central Athens University building in Athens Thursday, May 12, 2011. Anarchists occupied the building...

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The attacks, which lasted several hours, occurred following a downtown protest against a deadly mugging that had happened earlier in the week.

Several hundred youths, dressed in black and some wielding bats, were involved in the daytime attacks in an area where thousands of Asian and African immigrants live. Immigrants were chased through narrow streets of the city's Kato Patissia neighborhood and punched and kicked to the ground by groups of attackers.

Officials from a state-run Polykliniki and Athens General hospitals told the AP that 25 people were treated for injuries following the clashes _ 19 immigrants and six Greeks, with one man remaining overnight for observation.

Thursday's clashes followed a spike in racial attacks in Greece during its financial crisis and the election of the leader of a violent far-right Chrysi Avgi organization to Athens' City Council in November.

Police said 48 protesters were detained for questioning but none were immediately charged.

Human Rights Watch urged Greek authorities to conduct "a diligent investigation" and prosecute the violent offenders.

"It's horrifying. Clearly these are indiscriminate racist attacks in a city and a country that by all accounts has seen a troubling _ an alarming _ rise in racist sentiment and racist violence over the past several years," Judith Sunderland, a senior for researcher at the rights group for Western Europe told the AP.

Far-right and nationalist groups have seized on witness testimony that immigrants allegedly carried out the fatal stabbing on Tuesday of a man who was about to drive his pregnant wife to a hospital. Police have not identified any suspects.

A makeshift shrine with candles and flowers now stands at the site of the killing.

The far-right youths joined and eventually took over a peaceful demonstration from that site to Athens' City Hall, chasing and beating migrants as they marched through the city center. But most of the trouble occurred after the rally.

Thugs in motorcycle helmets beat up immigrants, sending others fleeing for safety amid heavy rush-hour traffic. Similar attacks have occurred over the past two days.

The black-clad ultranationalist youths marched through migrant areas, and running battles with riot police broke out as youths chased immigrants down side streets. Male and female protesters were seen taking part in the beatings.

Clashes with police broke out in a red-light district of the capital, where riot police fired volleys of tear gas, as women in closed-up brothels peered out of windows and balconies at the violence below.

The rioters taunted immigrant onlookers on apartment block windows and broke into chants of "Where are the foreigners now?" and "Jobs for Greeks only."

Also Thursday, police said they were investigating the fatal stabbing of a 21-year-old Bangladeshi man in a crime-ridden part of central Athens with a strong far-right presence. There have been no arrests, and the motive of the attack was unclear.

Greece is the EU's main entry point for illegal immigrants. Over the past few years, the capital's center has seen a major increase in migrant numbers, which, combined with worsening crime rates, has prompted a far-right backlash.

A government spokesman on Thursday condemned violence during frequent anti-government protests and the recent racial attacks, but could not be reached for further comment.

On Wednesday, 20,000 people marched through Athens to protest the Socialist government's painful austerity measures. Most of the protest was peaceful, but clashes occurred between petrol bomb- and stone-throwing anarchists and riot police. More than two dozen people were injured, including two police officers.

Greece has been grappling with a severe financial crisis for more than a year and was rescued from bankruptcy by a euro110 billion international bailout package in May 2010. In return, the government imposed strict austerity measures, including cutting public sector salaries, freezing pensions and increasing taxes.

But it has struggled to meet revenue targets during a recession, and the government is soon due to unveil new cutbacks aimed at saving an estimated euro23 billion ($33 billion) through 2015.
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MILAN — World stock markets dropped sharply Monday (5/14/12) as worries intensified over the condition of the eurozone and whether Greece is edging towards exiting the single currency union.

In Athens, Greek party leaders struggled for a ninth day to form a coalition government. As the political wrangling dragged on, markets contemplated the threat that the crisis-stricken country would not meet the terms of its bailout and drop out of the currency club.

President Karolos Papoulias' efforts to broker a deal among party leaders have failed since May 6 elections yielded no outright winner. Talks were to resume on Monday, but chances of success have been diminished after one leftist party pulled out of the talks, leading the country one step closer to new elections – and bringing its continued membership in the euro into serious doubt.

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Greece: Some 130,000 Firms Shut Down in Six Years

(ANSAmed) — ATHENS, JULY 3 — As many as 130,000 commercial enterprises shut down during Greece’s six-year economic recession while no more than 45,000 new ones opened, which translates into a net loss of some 85,000 businesses. At the same time — as Kathimerini online reports — an estimated 575,000 small and medium-sized enterprises were forced to stop operating, while 265,000 new ones were started. At least 230,000 employment posts, including traders-employers, self-employed and salary workers disappeared from the sector, while total employment in commerce has dropped to levels unseen since 1999.

These were the key points in data submitted on Wednesday by the National Confederation of Greek Commerce (Esee) to new Development Minister Nikos Dendias at their first meeting. “We have to try in every way we can to save the enterprises that can be saved. This is the way to prevent unemployment from increasing and to achieve its reduction soon, to the benefit of the young generation,” said Dendias.

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Greek Cypriots File War Crimes Complaint Against Turkey

A group of Greek Cypriots has filed a war crimes complaint against Turkey at the International Criminal Court over what they say is its policy of settling Cyprus’ breakaway north with mainland Turks.

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A 30-YEAR-OLD man from Congo, arrested for allegedly threatening to blow up mosques, and his 27-year-old flatmate from Senegal, were remanded for eight days pn Wednesday by the Limassol court.

According to Sigmalive, the 30-year-old who has a French passport, was reported to the police by the mufti of the mosque in the Ayios Antonios area in Limassol on Tuesday when he reportedly threatened to blow up all the mosques in Cyprus.

The suspect allegedly issued the threat when the mufti asked him what he was doing wandering around his mosque. The suspect was later located by police at his house and he and his roommate were arrested…

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Anti-racism bill with tougher penalties due back in Parl't

New legislation that provides stiffer penalties for individuals and political parties who engage in racism or incite racist violence is to be discussed in Parliament on August 26, following months of delays, it was announced on Tuesday.

The anti-racism bill was first submitted to Parliament in November but objections from the then cabinet secretary Panayiotis Baltakos forced the government to withdraw the would-be legislation. It was resubmitted to the House but has not moved beyond the committee stages for several months. Now a new version of the bill is to be tabled in a bid to bring Greece’s anti-racism legislation, which has stood since 1979, up to date.

The draft law includes provisions that mean parties or associations which promote racism will be cut off from state funding of any kind for between one and six months. The justice minister will also have the right to fine the people involved in such acts between 10,000 and 100,000 euros.

Individuals engaging in racist acts can be jailed for between three months and three years. They will also face fines of 5,000 to 20,000 euros. If their actions lead to another crime being committed, this will carry a minimum six-month prison sentence.

Jail terms of three months to three years will also be handed down to anyone who praises or denies “the significance of genocide, crimes against humanity, war crimes, the Holocaust and Nazism” in a manner that could incite racial hate or violence. If the perpetrator is an MP or public official then the jail sentence will be stiffened, rising to between three and five years.

Government sources told Kathimerini that the Justice Ministry would be taking on board the concerns voiced by 38 New Democracy MPs who asked in a letter that there be a specific reference to the genocide of Black Sea and Asia Minor Greeks, as well as Armenians and Assyrians. The Greek Parliament has recognized these slaughters as genocide since 1994.

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Greece to toughen penalties on hate speech, outlaw Holocaust denial

ATHENS, Greece – Lawmakers in Greece have begun debating draft legislation to outlaw Holocaust denial and expand prosecution powers against the incitement of racial violence, following scores of violent attacks against immigrants and a surge in popular support for the extreme right Golden Dawn party.

The draft legislation to be voted on later this week would allow the prosecution of racial abuse without requiring victims to take any legal action, with convictions for incitement to violence carrying a penalty of up to three years in prison.

U.S.-based watchdog Human Rights Watch said the legislation failed to encourage the reporting of crimes by immigrants living in the country illegally, and risked "interference with freedom of expression and association."

The bill is likely to pass after receiving backing from two left-wing opposition parties.

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Greek academics say anti-racism bill risks interference with freedom of expression

More than one hundred Greek historians and academics have expressed reservations over aspects of draft legislation designed to outlaw Holocaust denial and expand prosecution powers against the incitement of racial violence.

A statement signed by 139 experts welcomed government measures to curb racism and racially-motivated violence. However, it expressed concern over Article 2 of the bill which seeks to criminalize denial of the Holocaust and other genocides for impeding freedom of speech.

“Our stance is not based on tolerance of the 'deniers' of hideous crimes, nor from a reluctance to punish criminal acts, but from the conviction that, as international experience has shown, such measures lead to dangerous paths: they impinge on the democratic and inalienable right to freedom of speech,” the statement said.

“Furthermore, [such measures] have proved totally ineffective in fighting racism and Nazism, racism and hate speech,” it said.

The anti-racism bill was approved in principle on Tuesday by Parliament’s summer session. A second vote on the bill’s articles is to be held on Friday.

Greece's Ombudsman said it received complaints of 281 suspected racist and homophobic attacks in the 16 months before May 2013, resulting in four deaths and 135 injuries.

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According to a report of the Parliamentary Budget Office

(ANSAmed) — ATHENS — A shocking report of the Parliamentary Budget Office regarding the economic situation of Greek households revealed that approximately 6.3 million Greeks (some 58.3% on a total population of around 11 million according to the census of 2011) are threatened by poverty.

Approximately 2.5 million Greeks are living below the poverty line, while 3.8 million are in direct danger of crossing the poverty line, the report said.

The poverty line, or poverty threshold, is the minimum level of income deemed adequate in a particular country. The survey, entitled “Guaranteed Minimum Income (GMI) Policies in the European Union and Greece” also notes that protection policies are effective, while the implementation of the GMI in Greece is delayed as GreekReporter website underlines.

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Greece: Prime Minister Samaras Eyes Constitutional Reforms

Including a change to the electoral system

(ANSAmed) — ATHENS, SEPTEMBER 29 — Greek Prime Minister Antonis Samaras is to unveil plans for constitutional reform, including a change to the electoral system and the way the Greek president is elected, once the troika has completed its review of the country’s adjustment program, as Kathimerini online reported. Troika inspectors are due in Athens today and the coalition hopes that the review will be completed by the end of November or early December. This would allow the government to concentrate on winning over MPs before they have to vote for a new president to succeed incumbent Karolos Papoulias early next year. The government believes that the promise of major constitutional changes could help sway some of the 180 MPs it needs to elect Papoulias’s successor. Among the changes being considered are for the president to be elected by voters rather than Parliament, thereby putting an end to the threat of opposition parties forcing elections every five years if the government cannot muster the required votes to elect a new head of state. Also, the coalition is considering enhancing the president’s powers. In terms of the electoral system, there are a number of ideas being discussed within the government, particularly changing the way the 50-seat bonus is awarded to the party that wins national elections.

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Yes, now that the polls show SYRIZA has a 10-point lead over them they are trying to do something about it. The thing is, if they remove this 50-seat bonus, nobody will have seats to make a solid coalition. This only issue would be... an ND-SYRIZA coalition...
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October 17, 2014 | 13:27

Greece sends demarche to Albania

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ATHENS -- The Greek government has announced that a demarche had been delivered to the Albanian foreign minister because of attacks against members of the Greek minority.

It was stated that the Greek ambassador in Tirana forwarded the protest note because of the attacks Albanians staged against Greeks in southern Albania after the stadium incident in Belgrade.

The Greek Ministry of Foreign Affairs said the Albanian authorities are asked to condemn the incidents that occurred near the border between the two countries.

The Greek ambassador also asked Albania to undertake all necessary measures in order to find, arrest and punish those responsible, as well as to protect the ethnic Greek minority ahead of the upcoming celebration of Greek Independence Day, October 28.

"The ambassador conveyed Greece's enormous concern because of such attacks on peaceful Greek minority, which represents an obstacle to the European perspective of Albania," the statement added.

The ministry in Athens also warns that "attacks of extremists and nationalists certainly weaken the European perspective of the country" and "awaken memories of the past of the Balkans that all countries in the region need to leave behind for the benefit of the common European future."

As the Greek media reported earlier this week around 100 people carrying Albanian flags and banners with nationalist messages arrived in the village of the Dervician in the district of Gjirokaster and demolished stores and cars before they were stopped by the police.

The violence broke out a few hours after the football match in Belgrade was abandoned on Tuesday night because of incidents sparked by a drone flown over the pitch, with a map of Greater Albania attached to it - showing Albania expanded to include parts of Serbia, Montenegro, Macedonia, and Greece.
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