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Greek anti-fascist rally turns violent

26.09.2013 00:49

Sixty-seven people were detained as Greek police clashed with anti-fascist protesters in Athens during a rally, which was triggered by the Sept. 18 murder of an anti-racist rapper at the hands of a self-proclaimed neo-Nazi.

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Chris G Hicks 02.11.2013 12:15

Anti-Fa inciting violence? Never. No. I shan't believe it.

 

Ilektron Blue 28.09.2013 18:55

Zina Antoaneta 27.09.2013 14:45

Funny, most of the posts here are coming from the right wing. And every time try to post on this topic I am shut down. Some people are eager to show that everybody loves Nazis around here.

  


Yes. The most comments under this article come from people who are either completely ignorant of the situation or they are nazis themselves. It would be better if one is educated on such a serious issue before commenting and spreading silly groundless things.

 

Zina Antoaneta 27.09.2013 15:00

and, hard to believe, while I am writing this I am under a vicious directed energy weapons attack on the very hanD I use to type. Such is life as a targeted person.

 

Zina Antoaneta 27.09.2013 14:57

Facilitated self-destruction. but why? Is it collective punishment? For what? And to what end?

 

Zina Antoaneta 27.09.2013 14:54

Greece seems to be a neo-con social engineering experiment. Put the screws on a country and people are going to turn against each other. Divide and conquer.

 

Zina Antoaneta 27.09.2013 14:45

Funny, most of the posts here are coming from the right wing. And every time try to post on this topic I am shut down. Some people are eager to show that everybody loves Nazis around here.

 

Mario J. Machado 26.09.2013 20:36

Yeah, I love it. Now YOU want to pick who gets the "tolerant" treatment and who doesn't - as you said - don't be ridiculous! ... and I am NOT LOL!

Isn't it strange, the communists have murdered more civilians, by far, than any other political group in history? Yet they are given no flak at all in Greece. I don't like the Golden Dawn (race issue), but at least they pride themselves on their heritage, culture and civilization. They raise the banner for Greece! While the democratic-republic, socialists and communists try to burn it down!!!

 

andreask 26.09.2013 14:59

@SlinkDizzle420
Tolerant to ... who? The fascists? Dont be ridiculous. LOL.

 

SlinkDizzle420 26.09.2013 12:37

"crush the nazis"...Doesnt sound very tolerant...
ANTI FA make me laugh

 

Don Bourletsikas 26.09.2013 12:34

Marek Nový 26.09.2013 11:24

1.picture of Protesters ist from Dilli, India?

  


No it is not! All pictures are from Greece!

 

Marek Nový 26.09.2013 11:24

1.picture of Protesters ist from Dilli, India?

 

Michal Smrž 26.09.2013 10:44

"One anti-fascist activist claims the extreme party “has created a climate of fear"
yeah, sure, after I've seen that footage...

 

Riwen 26.09.2013 10:05

Wow, these lefties are so tolerant and democratic that they throw molotov cocktails and destroy shops...

 

Freesaxon 26.09.2013 08:55

George 26.09.2013 07:33

Greece was the first country (post war) that involvement of internal politics by foreign powers, ie the UK and the USA, resulted in the Greek Civil War of 1946- 1949.
(See Wikipedia).
Are they still at it?

  


Money, power, control

 

donna jorgo 26.09.2013 07:50

Consequences A BAD politic follow long time ..in country..

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