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guardiancomment:

Frightening piece by Yiannis Baboulias on the rise of the extreme right party Golden Dawn in Greece:

“We feel disgusted in the parliament,” said their leader, Nikos Mihaloliakos, in a speech to his followers on 25 August. “If they want us to, we can abandon it at any given moment and take to the streets. There, they shall see what the Golden Dawn is really about, they will see what battle means, they will see what struggle means, they will see what bayonets sharpened every night mean”. Holding torches, they  shouted “blood, honour, Golden Dawn” – a direct translation from the German “Blut und Ehre”, the motto once carried by the Nazi SA. “It’s you who are our Storm Detachments (Sturmabteilung). Let them come after you!” he continued, in his usual Nazi-inspired terms. Singing their official hymn “Raise the flags high” – again, a direct translation of the Nazi  stormtroopers hymn “Die fachne hoch” – young men and women call for open, violent conflict both with the state and with any opponents on the ground.

Photograph: Yorgos Karahalis/Reuters

yikes

For all of you who glorify and fetishize Nazis, they are still a real thing, they are still a threat to society, they are still something that people fear today.

fuckyeahappo:

guardiancomment:

Frightening piece by Yiannis Baboulias on the rise of the extreme right party Golden Dawn in Greece:

“We feel disgusted in the parliament,” said their leader, Nikos Mihaloliakos, in a speech to his followers on 25 August. “If they want us to, we can abandon it at any given moment and take to the streets. There, they shall see what the Golden Dawn is really about, they will see what battle means, they will see what struggle means, they will see what bayonets sharpened every night mean”. Holding torches, they  shouted “blood, honour, Golden Dawn” – a direct translation from the German “Blut und Ehre”, the motto once carried by the Nazi SA. “It’s you who are our Storm Detachments (Sturmabteilung). Let them come after you!” he continued, in his usual Nazi-inspired terms. Singing their official hymn “Raise the flags high” – again, a direct translation of the Nazi  stormtroopers hymn “Die fachne hoch” – young men and women call for open, violent conflict both with the state and with any opponents on the ground.

Photograph: Yorgos Karahalis/Reuters

yikes

For all of you who glorify and fetishize Nazis, they are still a real thing, they are still a threat to society, they are still something that people fear today.

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    Dang, Greece
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    Sounds familiar. Thing is, here? The GOP / Teabaggers say the DON’T wanna end up like Greece. Really?
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    yikes
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