Why the Golden Dawn is a Neo-Nazi Party

  With the on-going Golden Dawn trial in Greece there has been much debate as to whether the Golden Dawn is a neo-Nazi group. The party itself has rejected the Neo-Nazi label, arguing that that this terminology may only be applied to Hitler’s regime. They instead term themselves ‘Greek nationalists’, emphasising that the party does … Continue reading

Athens 1944: Britain’s dirty secret

When 28 civilians were killed in Athens, it wasn’t the Nazis who were to blame, it was the British. Ed Vulliamy and Helena Smith reveal how Churchill’s shameful decision to turn on the partisans who had fought on our side in the war sowed the seeds for the rise of the far right in Greece … Continue reading

Greek police search Golden Dawn offices after man stabbed to death

Anti-fascist demonstrators clash with riot policemen outside the Police department of Keratsini, in Piraeus district of Athens, Greece, 18 September 2013. (EPA/ORESTIS PANAGIOTOU) ATHENS (Reuters) – Greek police searched the offices of the Golden Dawn party on Wednesday after an anti-racism rapper was stabbed to death by a man who sympathized with the far-right group. … Continue reading

Golden Dawn want a ‘Greeks Only’ Blood Bank Service

A drive by the far-right Golden Dawn party to get Greeks to donate blood only for their fellow citizens has outraged doctors and medical authorities, who have slammed the initiative as racist and inhuman. Golden Dawn, which enjoyed unprecedented success in last month’s election after promising to rid Greece of all immigrants, put up posters in Athens … Continue reading

Greek left unites to march against the fascist Golden Dawn

Some 2,500 people marched against fascists in Nikaia, Athens, on Thursday of last week. The march saw the biggest mobilisation yet from Pakistani people. And for the first time the whole left came together. The Communist Party, the radical left party Syriza and the anti-capitalist Antarsya each played a crucial role in calling and building … Continue reading

New Wave of Violence from the Golden Dawn

A week after an extremist right-wing party gained an electoral foothold in Greece’s Parliament, 50 of its members riding motorbikes and armed with heavy wooden poles roared through Nikaia, a gritty suburb west of here, to telegraph their new power. As townspeople watched, the men careened around the main square, some brandishing shields emblazoned with … Continue reading

Darkness at Dawn

The degeneration of the situation in Greece has led to a rise in fascist and racist ideals within cells of the Greek populace. As the economic crisis continues to torture the Greek public many have turned to narrow minded, bigoted attitudes towards innocent migrants. Rather than blame the Greek government, the EU fat cats and … Continue reading

Greek Police ‘turn blind eye’ to far-right groups, says ex-unionist

The former head of the police officers’ union has suggested that the police are turning a blind eye to crimes committed by far-right groups, such as violent attacks on migrants, and has called for a change to the law to clamp down on individuals who choose to take the law into their own hands. The … Continue reading

The Greek Orthodox Church Openly Supports the Neo Nazi Golden Dawn

A church that has often been accused of financial and sexual scandals which a few years back in 2005, drew international attention. This same church offered its blessings at Golden Dawn’s offices. At least four dioceses (Chalkis Mesogaias, Korinthias, Patras) in towns such as Chalkis (9/25/2011), Loutsa (11/20/2011), Nemea (4/1/2012), Kato Axaya (4/29 / 2012) respectively received … Continue reading

The Dictionary of Greek Neo-Nazis

Anti-Greek: He who hates the Nation. Participate in strikes, demonstrations, it attacks the benefactors of the nation, such as banks and offshore companies, wants to participate in assemblies, does not hate his enemies the Turks, not in the Greek flag tattoos, does not hold a knife. I understand the spelling of the script. Love: Meaning, artificial construct of the … Continue reading