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60 Case Files of Golden Dawn

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April 20, 2015

Published in FAR RIGHT
D. Psarras: The 60 case files of the criminal organisation Golden Dawn
Dimitris Psarras

As we’ve repeatedly said, prosecuting Golden Dawn is about prosecuting criminal activity. Any interest in the national-socialist (Nazi) ideology arising from the investigation only concerns the perpetrators’ motives and does not involve any kind of prosecution of individual beliefs.

When the prosecution started, much was said about the so-called “32 Dendias case files” (the list of 32 Golden Dawn criminal acts, sent by Public Order Minister Nikos Dendias to the Supreme Court). However, this was not a list of “case files” but a haphazard catalogue of 32 incidents. Now, after the full deployment of the investigating magistrates, we have a much clearer view of the gang’s criminal activity.

The list of 60 case files, published on 10 July 2013 by the Efimerida ton Syntakton newspaper by no means details all of Golden Dawn’s criminal activities. Nonetheless, they clearly depict how strong the case is against this particular criminal organisation. The murder of Pavlos Fyssas, the attack on trade union (PAME) members and the attempted murder of Egyptian fishermen are only the tip of the iceberg of Golden Dawn’s extensive criminal activity. These 60 case files are merely a small part of the countless complaints made against Golden Dawn.

Of course, there are those who, perhaps benevolently, wonder: “Fyssas’ murderers and the criminals who assaulted union officials and immigrants deserve to be imprisoned. But should the leading members of the organisation be held responsible of aiding and abetting these criminal activities?” However, as this list of 60 cases makes clear, such is the extent of the criminal activity undertaken by Golden Dawn’s leaders and members that only acknowledging the existence of a criminal organisation could explain it.

The gang’s representatives keep showing up on TV and the internet asking for “tangible evidence”. The documents below contain only a fraction of what is detailed in the case files. We are now beyond the point of requiring evidence on whether Golden Dawn is a criminal organisation. It is now a matter of statistics.
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30 June 2008: Attack on the social centre “Antipnoia”. Charge: Attempted murder. Defendants: Vasilios Siatounis, Athanasios Stratos. Progress of the case: Both defendants are members of Golden Dawn. The trial is scheduled for 19 September 2014 in Athens.
18 April 2010: Clashes at a Golden Dawn demonstration in the city of Larissa. Charges: Insurgency, aggravated insurgency, carrying weapons. Defendants: Yiorgos Sarris, Ilias Panagiotaros, Asterios Chamos, Nikolaos Rigas, Dimitrios Koltsidas. Progress of the case: Golden Dawn members, directed by the defendants, used pit bulls against police. Last postponement of the trial: 12 June 2013 due to the parliamentary immunity of Ilias Panagiotaros MP.
3 July 2010: An immigrant from Bangladesh was robbed in Klafthmonos Square, Athens. Charges: robbery, non-accidental injuries etc. Defendants: Ilias Panagiotaros, unknown perpetrators. Progress of the case: In 2010, the Bangladeshi citizen provided police with the number of the licence plate of the car driven by the suspects. The identification of the car, which belongs to Ilias Panagiotaros, was made only after he was elected MP. The case is pending.
4 October 2010: Serbian citizen is assaulted with clubs in Thessaloniki. Charges: Non-accidental injuries, etc. Defendants: Nikolaos Rigas, Rafail Xypolitos, Athanasios Petrou. Progress of the case: Nikos Rigas is a member of the Central Committee of Golden Dawn, was a municipal candidate in Athens in the 2010 elections and parliamentary candidate in Halkidiki in 2012.
22 October 2010: Assault on former MP Alekos Alavanos in Agios Panteleimonas, Athens. Charges: Slander, making threats, non-accidental injuries, etc. Defendants: Themis Skordeli, Aliki Papadaki, Andreas-Iason Sofias, Georgios Dimou, Spyridon Giannatos. Progress of the case: Case filed. Skordeli, Papadaki, Giannatos etc are members of Golden Dawn. Skordeli was also a municipal council candidate for the party.
10 May 2011: A parliamentary candidate of Golden dawn arrested in Victoria Square, Athens. Charges: Criminal damage, disturbing the peace, etc. Defendants: Ilias Koliopoulos. Progress of the case: The suspect was sentenced to 12 months for the criminal damage of a shop belonging to an Afghan in Victoria Sq. Koliopoulos is a member and former Golden Dawn parliamentary candidate.
12 May 2011: Golden Dawn members instigate a pogrom after the murder of Manolis Kantaris in central Athens. Charges: Homicide, attempted murder, non-accidental injuries, formation of a criminal organization. Defendants: Unknown perpetrators. Progress of the case: The lawyers Thanasis Kampagiannis, Takis Zotos and Kostas Skarmeas presented an account to the Supreme Court.
16 September 2011: Assault on refugees from Afghanistan in Agios Panteleimonas, Athens. Charges: Non-accidental injuries, etc. Defendants: Themis Skordeli, Ioannis Loukianos, Georgios Markoulakis. Progress of the case: Adjourned indefinitely on 18 June 2014.
28 October 2011: Assault on two women from Albania in Metaxourgio, Athens. Charges: Non-accidental injuries, carrying weapons, etc. Defendants: Nikolaos Vossos, Adrianna Bitza, Panagiotis Bademis, Alexander Steven-James, Georgios Fournaros. Progress of the case: Vossos, Bitza and Fournaros were found guilty on the charge of non-accidental injury (the assault was considered to have racist motives). The cases of Bademis (who was head of Golden Dawn’s branch in Drama is now a member of the Ethniko Metopo (National Front) and Alexander Steven James are scheduled for trial on 17 October 2014.
4 January 2012: Pogrom and arson attack on Roma in the town of Etoliko, western Greece. Charges: Disturbance of the peace, arson, damage to property, attempted murder, etc. Defendants: Eleftherios Giafis, Dimitrios Bereris, Nikolaos Kranis, Sotirios Karvelis, Georgios Valamontis, Dimitrios Botas, Ioannis Karadimas, Dimitrios Barchabas, Panagiotis Stamoulis. Progress of the case: Giafis, Bereris and Karadimas are proven members of Golden Dawn and in 2014 were municipal candidates for the party in Mesolonghi, where Golden Dawn’s candidate for mayor was policeman Dimitris Makris. Makris and Karadimas (as well as the brother of Valamontis) are accused of involvement in the attack on stallholders at the street market in Mesolonghi on 8 September 2012 along with Golden Dawn MP Kostas Barbarousis.
22 May 2012: Assault on policemen in the area around the old Piraiki-Patraiki factory in Patras, western Peloponnese. Charges: Arson, non-accidental injuries, discrete damages, disturbance of the peace, carrying weapons, etc. Defendants: Theofanis Roulias, Pavlos Michalopoulos, Vasilios Xydias, Stefanos Kroustallis, Panagiotis Kastriotis. Progress of the case: Case filed. The incident was part of the organized actions of Golden Dawn members in area following the murder of a 30-year-old Greek national.
9 June 2012: Assault on antifascists in a café in the northern city of Veria by 20 members of Golden Dawn wearing helmets and holding clubs. Charges: Damages, slander, non-accidental injuries, etc. Defendants: Ioannis Toliopoulos, etc. Progress of the case: Toliopoulos, a European Parliament candidate for Golden Dawn, was sentenced to four months for causing severe injuries.
12 June 2012: Assault by members of Golden Dawn on an election booth of the Communist Party of Greece (KKE) in Agia Paraskevi, Athens, in which a KKE municipal councillor, Yiorgos Tsimpoukakis, was injured. Charges: Non-accidental injuries. Defendants: Vangelis Stefanakis. Progress of the case: Stefanakis, a bouncer and member of Golden Dawn according to his father, became well-known to the public after he murdered his girlfriend, Fai Blacha, for which he was sentenced to life imprisonment.
12 June 2012: Assault on Egyptian fishermen in Perama, near Athens, by Golden Dawn members. Charges: Attempted murder. Defendants: Anastasios Pantazis, Markos Evgenikos, Dimitris Agriogiannis, Konstantinos Papadopoulos, Thomas Marias, Eleni-Christina Nikitopoulou. Progress of the case: Pantazis is the leader of the Golden Dawn branch in Perama. The planned assault was announced by Golden Dawn MP Yiannis Lagos in a speech in Perama the previous day.
17 June 2012: Assault on the lawyer and municipal councillor Ioannis Kardaras at Syriza’s election kiosk in Piraeus by Golden Dawn members. Charges: Non-accidental injuries. Defendants: Unknown perpetrators. Progress of the case: Case filed.
24 June 2012: A Tunisian immigrant, Abudee Beldi, was beaten in Patras. Charges: Non-accidental injuries, carrying weapons, etc. Defendants: Dionysios Mouzos, unknown perpetrators. According to the police, Mouzos is a member of Golden Dawn.
22 August 2012: A Cypriot was robbed and suffered severe injuries in an incident on Syntagma Square. Charges: Non-accidental injuries, etc. Defendants: Unknown perpetrators. Progress of the case: Case filed. A group of Golden Dawn members attacked the Cypriot believing he was an immigrant after he didn’t answer their question “Where are you from?”
8 September 2012: Golden Dawn Attack on stallholders at the street market in Misolonghi, western Greece. Charges: Usurping authority, damage to property, violence, etc. Defendants: Konstantinos Barbarousis MP, Dimitris Makris (policeman), Dimitrios Bereris, Konstantinos Makoulis, Ioannis Valamontis, Pavlos Staramopoulos, Ioannis Karadimas, Spyridon Floroskoufis, Evangelos Karagiannis, Leonidas Stathopoulos, Robert Haidi/Roberto Chaidi. Progress of the case: Makris was a member of the assigned security detail for Barbarousis. He is municipal councillor in Misolonghi.
10 and 22 September 2012: Arson on a hairdresser’s shop in Metamorfosis, Athens (10 September) and the attempted murder of immigrants from Pakistan in Lykovrisi, Neo Iraklio and Metamorfosi (22 September).Charges: Attempted murder, arson, explosion, etc. Defendants: Konstantinos Kontomous. Progress of the case: Kontomous was sentenced to 14 years’ imprisonment.
11 September 2012: Usurping authority by members of Golden Dawn in a street market in Misolonghi. Charges: Usurping authority, etc. Defendants: Spyridon Floroskoufis, Vasilios Chatzis, Evangelos Karagiannis, Jani Seleni. Progress of the case: Floroskoufis and Chatzis were found guilty (court decision 1465/2012). The former is a member of Golden Dawn and he has been involved in assaults on young antifascists in the city of Agrinio.
15 September 2012: Assault on members of the Piraeus Antinazi Initiative. Charges: Non-accidental injuries, slander, making threats. Defendants: Nikolaos Apostolou, Nektarios Saloufas. Progress of the case: The trial is scheduled to be held in 20 October 2014. Apostolou, a member of Golden Dawn, is accused of participating in a criminal organization.
20 September 2012: Arson on the house of the chairman of the Roma community in Etoliko, western Greece. Charges: Arson, damage of property, etc. Defendants: Ioannis Karadimas. Progress of the case: Karadimas is a member of Golden Dawn.
5 October 2012: Assault on three Pakistani workers in Lavrio, Attica, by a group of men who were wearing black Golden Dawn T-shirts. Charges: Non-accidental injuries. Defendants: Efstathios Konstantopoulos, Ioannis Georgakakis, Ioannis Zambakas. Progress of the case: The suspects are members of the Golden Dawn branch in Anavissos, Attica.
7 November 2012: Assault on members of Communist Youth of Greece (KNE) in Lagada, Thessaloniki. Charges: Non-accidental injuries, carrying weapons, etc. Defendants: Triantafyllos Diktapantidis, Ioannis Panagiotidis. Progress of the case: Both suspects are members of the Golden Dawn branch in Lagada.
15 November 2012: Assault on a woman from Albania in Nea Redestos, Thessaloniki. Charges: Violence, making threats, slander, etc. Defendants: Panagiotis Sekertzis, Agathi Tambaki. Progress of the case: Case filed. Sekertzis is a parliamentary advisor of Golden Dawn MP Antonis Gregos.
15 November 2012: Attempted arson on a mosque in the city of Volos by three Golden Dawn supporters. Charges: Carrying explosives, etc. Defendants: Zinon Manthogianis, Konstantinos Dodolias, Marios Kalisopoulos. Progress of the case: The three accused were found by policemen near the mosque carrying petrol bombs. They met each other in Golden Dawn’s offices and had Golden Dawn leaflets in their possession.
25 November 2012: A policeman was threatened and insulted by Golden Dawn MP Ilias Kasidiaris, in Hersonisos, Crete. Charges: Making threats, slander. Defendant: Ilias Kasidiaris. Progress of the case: Case filed.
8 December 2012: Assault on a young Greek national by three Golden Dawn members in Komotini, north-eastern Greece. The incident happened during the opening of their new offices. Defendants: Unknown perpetrators. Progress of the case: Case filed.
17 January 2013: Murder of Shehzad Luqman in Petralona, Athens. Charges: Intentional homicide with complicity. Defendants: Dionysis Liakopoulos, Christos Stergiopoulos. Progress of the case: The defendants were found guilty and sentenced to life without mitigating. The court said there were no mitigating circumstances. Searches made on their homes revealed knives, clubs and Golden Dawn leaflets.
28 January 2013: Attempted murder of a 16-year-old student in Paleo Faliro, Athens. Charges: Attempted murder. Defendants: Georgios Apostolopoulos, Alexandros Chatzipavlidis. Progress of the case: Apostolopoulos was found guilty of attempted murder and is accused of participating in a criminal organization.
28 March 2013: Attack with petrol bombs on a bank in the city of Volos. Charges: Damage to property, carrying explosives, etc. Defendants: Orfeas Andreou, Christos Kioumourtzoglou, Aristis-David Papagianopoulos, Agni Athanasaraki. Progress of the case: Police searches on their homes revealed the typical weaponry of Golden Dawn members (Flobert guns, brass knuckles, baseball bats, etc.) other material stuff and accessories relating to the organization, Hitler photos, swastikas, etc.
13 May 2013: Arson on a shop of a Cameroonian national in Amerikis Square, Athens. Charges: Intentional arson, common danger, making threats, etc. Defendants: Georgios Perris, Nikolaos Papavasiliou, Antonios Boletis, Theodoros Kalantzis, Evangelos Oksouzoglou. Progress of the case: Perris and Papavasiliou have been found guilty, with the aggravating circumstance that the crime was racially motivated. Papavasiliou was a member of the Golden Dawn branch in Nikea, Piraeus. Along with Boletis, the two aforementioned are accused of being members of the Golden Dawn criminal organization.
15 May 2013: Assault on and robbery of a Nigerian national by two Golden Dawn members in Agios Panteleimonas, Athens. Charges: Robbery, non-accidental injuries, etc. Defendants: Alexandros Vasilakis, Angelos-Efthymios Georgopoulos. Progress of the case: The two suspects had in their possession party material, swastikas, Hitler photographs, etc.
17 May 2013: A Greek flag with a meander, Golden Dawn’s symbol, in the middle was raised at the central offices of Golden Dawn. Charge: Insulting national symbols. Defendant: Golden Dawn’s legal representative. Progress of the case: Criminal investigation under way.
3 July 2013: Assault on a 18-year-old Greek man in Patras by three Golden Dawn members. Charges: Non-accidental injuries. Defendants: Unknown perpetrators. Progress of the case: Case filed.
5 July 2013: Assault by a group of Golden Dawn members against an antifascist concert in Kalithea. Charge: Explosion, carrying explosives, non-accidental injuries, etc. Perpetrators: unknown. Progress of the case: The participation of people with Golden Dawn insignia is documented by policemen depositions.
10 July 2013: Assault on the social space “Synergio” in Ilioupoli by a Golden Dwn battaliion squad led by its MP Ioannis Lagos. Charge: non-accidental injuries, carrying guns, criminal organisation. Defendants: Agiovlassitis Dionysios. Galanakis Christos, Mparekas Thomas, Stampelos Georgios. Progrees of the case: Lagos’ mobile phone and evidence obtained by Golden Dawn members personal computers prove the central planning of the attack by the criminal organisation.
7 August 2013: Assault on 18 years old man from Patras by 3 men wearing the Golden Dawn insignia. Charge: non-accidental injuries, etc. Perpetrators: unknown. Case filed.
23 August 2013: The Golden Dawn branch on the island Rhodes conducted military drills under the guidance of Savvas Spyridis, a policeman. Charges: Participation in criminal organization. Defendant: Savvas Spyridis. Progress of the case: Spyridis, initially, claimed that he had no connection with Golden Dawn activity. He was subsequently elected a member of the prefectural council for Golden Dawn. His name features in the list of ten policemen that, according to the findings of a police investigation, are believed to be connected with the Golden Dawn criminal organization.
29 August 2013: Golden Dawn MP Dimitris Koukoutsis was found in the possession of the gun issued to the policeman assigned to his security detail, Dimitris Lountzis. Charges: Carrying weapons. Defendants: Dimitris Koukoutsis MP, Dimitris Lountzis. Progress of the case: Criminal investigation is carrying out.
7 September 2013: Assault on and threats made to Jalili Abdul Sabur, an Afghan national, by Golden Dawn members, near Omonia Square, Athens. Charges: Non-accidental injuries, making threats, etc. Defendant: Georgia Dimopoulou. Progress of the case: Case filed. Dimopoulou is a member of and former municipal election candidate for Golden Dawn.
12 September 2013: Assault on trade unionists and members of the PAME trade union and the Communist Party of Greece in Perama, near Athens. Charges: Attempted murder. Defendants: Anastasios Pantazis, Christos Hatzidakis, Kyriakos Antonakopoulos, Ioannis Kastrinos etc. Progress of the case: Pantazis was the leader of the Golden Dawn branch in Perama. The assault was planned by Golden Dawn in order to form a pro-employers’ union inside the shipbuilding yard.
17 September 2013: Murder of Pavlos Fyssas in Keratsini, Piraeus. Charges: Intentional murder. Defendants: Georgios Roupakias, Ioannis Kazantzoglou, etc. Progress of the case: Fyssas’ murder was organized by the local Golden Dawn branch in Nikea. The perpetrators were the leaders of that branch.
20 September 2013: Golden Dawn members were arrested in Thessaloniki for carrying weapons. Charges: Carrying weapons. Defendants: Ioannis Kritidis, Solomon Xenitopoulos, Ioannis Tzamalidis, Efstathios Valakos, Eleftherios Golois. Progress of the case: The suspects were arrested while they were carrying out an armed patrol 50m from the local offices of Golden Dawn.
24 September 2013: A large amount of guns was found in the possession of a Golden Dawn member in Rethymno, Crete. Charges: Carrying weapons. Defendant: Konstantinos Kamaritis. Progress of the case: Kamaritis is a well-known member of Golden Dawn.
28 September 2013: Unlicensed guns were found in the possession of the policeman who was assigned to the security detail of Golden Dawn leader Nikos Michaloliakos. Charges: Carrying weapons. Defendant: Anastasios Chronis. Progress of the case: Case filed.
28 September 2013: Unlicensed guns were found in the possession of the policeman who was assigned to the security detail of Golden Dawn leader Nikos Michaloliakos. Charges: Carrying weapons. Defendant: Georgios Laliotis. Progress of the case: His name is among the 10 policemen that according to the corollary of the Greek Police are believed to be connected with the criminal organization of Golden Dawn.
28 September 2013: Unlicensed guns were found in the possession of the policeman who was assigned to the guard of Golden Dawn‘s MP Mr. Iliopoulos. Charges: Carrying weapons. Defendant: Spyridon Kontogiannis. Progress of the case: His name is among the 10 policemen that according to the corollary of the Greek Police are believed to be connected with the criminal organization of Golden Dawn.
29 September 2013: Unlicensed guns were found in the possession of the policeman who was assigned to the guard of Golden Dawn‘s leader Mr. Michaloliakos. Charges: Carrying weapons. Defendant: Apostolos Galanis. Progress of the case: His name features in the list of ten policemen that, according to the findings of a police investigation, are believed to be connected with the Golden Dawn criminal organization.
30 September 2013: Unlicensed guns were found in the possession of a policeman in Thessaloniki. Charges: Carrying weapons. Defendant: Sokratis Marioglou. Progress of the case: His name features in the list of ten policemen that, according to the findings of a police investigation, are believed to be connected with the Golden Dawn criminal organization.
30 September 2013: Unlicensed guns and counterfeit items were found in the possession of the policeman who was assigned to the security detail of Golden Dawn MP Giorgos Germenis. Charges: Carrying weapons, forgery, etc. Defendant: Vasilios Poulelis. Progress of the case: Poulelis is accused of participating in illegal activities with other members of Golden Dawn (the assault on stallholders at a religious festival at Rafina on 7 September 2011, assaulting immigrants, etc).
30 September 2013: Arrest of Athanasios Skaras, policeman, former head of the security or detective unit at Agios Panteleimanas police station in central Athens. Charges: Carrying weapons, income from the proceeds of crime, etc. Defendants: Athanasios Skaras, Lefkothea Kyrnatzopoulos, Ioannis Stathopoulos, Themis Skordeli. Progress of the case: Skaras is believed to have cooperated with Themis Skordeli and gang members belonging to Golden Dawn in blackmailing shopkeepers in order to provide them with security services, robbing immigrants, possessing counterfeit items, etc. His name features in the list of ten policemen that, according to the findings of a police investigation, are believed to be connected with the Golden Dawn criminal organization.
2 October 2013: A search of the homes of Golden Dawn members in Patras revealed a significant amount of guns. Charges: Carrying weapons, etc. Defendants: Georgios Kaspiris, Stefanos Tsongidis-Tsonakidis, Andreas Nakos, Konstantinos Faltsetas. Progress of the case: Case filed.
4 October 2013: Counterfeit items found in the possession of Themis Skordeli in central Athens. Charges: Forgery, infringement of customs regulations, etc. Defendant: Themis Skordeli. Skordelis, a suspect in another criminal case, had in her possession a large amount of counterfeit CDs, bags, etc.
5 December 2013: Possession of guns and ammunition for the supply of a criminal organization. Charges: Carrying weapons, formation of a criminal organization, etc. Defendant: Stathis Boukouras, elected MP with Golden Dawn in 2012. Progress of the case: Boukouras has been charged with an additional offence regarding the case against the Golden Dawn criminal organization.
5 December 2013: Possession of guns and ammunition for the supply of a criminal organization. Charges: Carrying weapons, formation of a criminal organization, etc. Defendant: Golden Dawn MP Giorgos Germenis. Progress of the case: Germenis has been charged with additional offences regarding the case against the Golden Dawn criminal organization.
15 December 2013: Konstantinos Halastras, policeman, was found in the possession of a forged ID, bearing the name Alexandros Kasidiaris (the brother of Golden Dawn MP Ilias Kasidiaris). Charges: Forgery, etc. Defendant: Konstantinos Halastras. Progress of the case: Halastras was assigned to security detail of Golden Dawn leader Nikos Michaloliakos. Evidence found in a search of Halastras’ home showed he participated in illegal activities carried out by Golden Dawn.
7 January 2014: A Golden Dawn member blocked a car on a public road and attempted to control the nationality of a driver. Accusation: Violence. Defendant: Nektarios-Georgios Houstis. Progress of the case: Houstis was wearing a Golden Dawn T-shirt and Golden Dawn material was found in his possession. While he pleaded guilty to the charge, he claimed he was under the influence of alcohol.
25 January 2014: Attack on the “Resalto” social center in Keratsini, Piraeus. Charges: Damaging property, forming and joining a criminal organization, etc. Defendants: Golden Dawn MP Nikos Kouzilos, unknown perpetrators. Progress of the case: The video footage shows that Kouzilos participated in the attack; hence he remanded in custody.
Translated by:Yannis Mavris
The original text was first published on:‘I Efimerida ton Syntakton’, 10.7.2014

Original Article at Analyze Greece

 

13 Comments

  1. Yanni
    August 22, 2015    

    Good news at last. The pathetic tsipras is gone, and Syriza is split, and one last hope for Greece. This time Golden Dawn is Greeces saviour. Enough with your anti greek propogonda. Take all your lefties and illegals and get out of the country. real change is coming.

  2. deviousdiva
    August 28, 2015    

    In your dreams Yanni. Golden Dawn will never rule Greece. So you might as well take your “propogonda” and your rather childish fantasies of kicking people out of a country you don’t even live in, somewhere else

  3. Yano.
    August 28, 2015    

    Diva, why don’t you get of greece and take your illegal alien cousins out of the country. golden dawn is becoming more popular by the day. See what happend to tsipras ally Kamenos in Kos? golden dawn is becoming very popular especially in the islands where the locals have to deal with foreign invaders. golden dawn will do very well in the elections. Stephanos Xio show Makeleio, should put on his show that your organisation is anti greek and its a foreign front to destabilise greece.

  4. Yano.
    August 28, 2015    

    Diva, how many of these illegal muslim invaders have you taken into your own HOME? None

  5. deviousdiva
    August 28, 2015    

    I live here, Yanni, unlike you. I also have no cousins living here so that puts an end to that subject.

    I have contributed to this country, that you pretend to care so much about (although not enough to actually live here), for over 20 years. Suspicious goings on in Kos by a few does not undermine the incredible Kos residents who are helping and saving people’s lives. The few that attended the meeting where neo-Nazi Panagiotaros delivered his unhelpful ravings is not the whole island. YES, the islands that are seeing unprecedented numbers of refugees NEED help. Financial AND structural. Europe needs to step up and do their fair share as does the USA. Also the church needs to step up and help in this financial crisis. I don’t mean help only refugees; help in general!! The church needs to start paying taxes and get ALL its priests off the government payroll. The church has trillions!!!! Why doesn’t the church step up and solve the Greek financial crisis? Or is it just more convenient to blame immigrants and refugees for all Greece’s problems?

  6. deviousdiva
    August 28, 2015    

    This is such a nauseating argument that comes up every time immigration issues are mentioned. If you are not 100% anti immigration, you get accused of being a “commie” or “leftie looney” or some other obnoxious comment. After the name-calling, this is the next question. When people defend or show solidarity with homeless people or vulnerable children, are they asked how many they have taken into their home? NO. Why? Because they are not “illegal muslim invaders” to quote your childish words.

    I will defend my right to support immigrant and refugee rights without having to answer to you or your Golden Dawn friends.

  7. Yanni
    August 28, 2015    

    You lived in greece for 20 years. So you are a foreigner. The church doesn’t have trillions of dollars or euros. Why should the church helps these muslims invaders, when muslims are killing thousands of Christians in Syria and Iraq. Why don’t these muslims stay in Turkey or go to Iran or Saudi Arabia, Quatar, which are oil rich countries.These Muslims are not refugees they are economic refugees with the help of Turkey to destabilise Greece, they are potential jihadists. Why don’t you help the homeless Greeks? How come Golden Dawn is not allowed to give free food to Greeks? It goes to show that only Golden Dawn cares about Greeks. So do Greece a favour and get out. You are not Greek, by birth or race, you are a foreign NGO
    agent. Russia was correct to ban all foreign NGO’s. As for Kos many of its local don’t want these invaders. They have ruined the tourist industry and many locals and tourist are afraid to go out late at night. These Muslims have illegally invaded Greece with the help of Turkey agents, to destabilise Greece and its islands. These Muslims have rubbished all the parks, burnt down a hostel in Kos. Why isn’t the United in Turkey to relocate these Muslims.

  8. Yanni
    August 28, 2015    

    It’s not the churches fault of the economic crisis in Greece. It’s the corrupt criminal politicians of ND, PASOK and the criminal tsipras that have ruined Greece. Also tsipras that has sold Greece out to your german friends, and that evil Tasia Christdolopoulou that has destabiles Greece with all these illegals and giving away greece’ 14 airports to fraun merkel germany. If golden dawn doesn’t win the elections, wait and see in October November comes around in winter with the new tsipras austerity measures. Time will tell what will happen in Greece.

  9. deviousdiva
    August 28, 2015    

    Yes, I am a European citizen who is living in Greece. So what?

    The Church has trillions. Full Stop.

    [10,000 priests on state payrolls, who cost taxpayers $238 million a year. it had paid $15.7 million in taxes in 2011. That’s more than five times the amount in 2010, but still far less than its critics say is appropriate given its property claims. Washington Post ]

    I did say

    Also the church needs to step up and help in this financial crisis. I don’t mean help only refugees; help in general!!

    in my comment which you chose to ignore because it doesn’t suit your agenda.

    I am not “foreign NGO agent” and I have no idea where you get that idea. Probably from some Golden Dawn propaganda.

    The rest of your comment is lies. Actually, most of your comments are lies. You don’t live here. You don’t know. You get all your information from Golden Dawn sites. They admire Goebbels who was the MASTER of PROPAGANDA.

  10. Yanni
    August 28, 2015    

    You must be a Catholic. Your Albanian friends destroyed a Orthodox Church in Albania. I will expose your anti greek sentiment to Stephano Xio Makeleio program, for your anti greek and anti christian orthodox views. I will also do my best to get in contact with Greek orthodox organisations in Greece and expose your anti Greek orthodox christian views.

  11. deviousdiva
    August 28, 2015    

    LOL

  12. September 25, 2015    

    You’re Jewish right?

  13. deviousdiva
    September 25, 2015    

    No, I’m not but can I ask why that would be of interest to you?

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