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Thursday, 19 September 2013

A Death in Athens

By Andrew Anglin

“He who would live must fight. He who does not wish to fight in this world, where permanent struggle is the law of life, has not the right to exist.” -AH
On Tuesday night, a White rapper died. Pavlos Fyssas, also known as ‘Killah P,’ one of the most prominent rappers in Greece, a man who identified as an anti-fascist, was stabbed to death by a card-carrying member of the Golden Dawn. At time of writing, the killer’s name is yet to be released; we know only that he is 45-years-old.

The media is claiming that thirty Golden Dawn supporters ambushed the ‘musician’ and his posse outside of a bar, rushed them, and then called up a guy on the phone to come and stab him for them – the killer, responding to the phoned-in request by a gang in the middle of a fight, drove up in a car, got out and stabbed the rapper to death.

Killah P: Though I am against stabbing people to death outside of bars, 
as a rule, I can’t say I’m particularly upset about the fact that the 
world now has one less white rapper.

This is a rather stupid story, on the face of it, but the Jews are trying their best to make it out as though this stabbing at a late night brawl after a soccer game was an ‘assassination’ ordered by the party’s leadership. This severely conflicts with the media reports that immediately after the stabbing, the man called his wife and told her to burn his party membership card, so as the killing would not be linked to the party. Firstly, if it had been a planned killing, he would have burned the card beforehand, and secondly, if the party was going to commit such an assassination, they would have to already know that they would be blamed for it, and thus do it with the purpose of it being known that they did it – there is no reason you would commit a symbolic political murder and then try to distance yourself from it.

Kasidiaris has rightly stated the obvious fact that a political party has not the capacity to regulate the behavior of each and every member of the organization, and no one thinking logically could possibly imagine that they hold such a responsibility. But it doesn’t matter, does it? The Jews can say what they wish to say, and many will simply accept the reality that they create.

Before I continue, I want to make it clear that though I have attended many party meetings, worn a black shirt and marched in rallies, I am not a member of the Golden Dawn (not even Greek), and everything I write here is my own opinion on the situation.

Rumors of War

The media and the ruling government, the various other Jewish organizations, have been chanting that the Golden Dawn is creating a situation that will result in a civil war since the party first gained seats in parliament. Sometimes, they frame the party as purposefully trying to instigate a civil war, because they want it (though the Jews would argue they are instigating it merely by existing). It is irrelevant whether or not the leadership of the party desire war, as their actions are in line with the established order. When their offices are raided, as they so regularly are, they do not find guns and bombs.

What will indeed lead to a civil war is an attempt by the Jewish Occupational Government which presently runs Greece to inhibit the Golden Dawn from operating within the established order. Nikos Dendias, who holds the Orwellian title of “Minister of Public Order,” canceled a trip abroad yesterday, remaining in Greece to call for an emergency decree to outlaw the existence of the party.

The last time that the government made such a threat, the Leader, Nikos Michaloliakos,said that the implementation of such a measure would force open the gates of hell. I doubt his position has changed.

So, it seems that it is the Jews who in fact desire a civil war in Greece, as they repeatedly attempt to disallow this democratically elected party, a people’s movement which continues to gain support from the core of Greek society, from operating. A ban on the existence of the Golden Dawn would amount to a declaration of war. Whatever came next would be on them.

The interesting part is that I don’t really see how the Golden Dawn could lose a civil war. Honestly, the term ‘civil war’ doesn’t even make sense to me, as it is unclear who the Golden Dawn would be fighting against. They do not have the endorsement of the entire Greek society, but even those who do not support them would surely not be willing to go out in the streets and fight against them in defense of this idiotic concept of “democracy.” Those who are most adamantly against them are all leftist crybaby weaklings. They have such high support from the police and military, that the majority of the fighting men in the country are likely waiting around for Michaloliakos to give the signal.

So what is the thinking of those calling for a ban on the party? Do they have a well thought-through plan, or is this like the Jew’s sloppy cry for war in Syria? The only possible plan I can imagine would be that they intend to force the Golden Dawn into seizing power, by excluding them from the democratic process, at which point they will call for a NATO invasion. But this, as an attempt to ban the party, would almost certainly fail.

Probably, cooler heads will prevail, and the legislation will again fail to gain support. Clearly, the concept of banning an organization because of an act of an individual member of that organization is fundamentally against the way the western legal system works.

Whatever happens with the attempt to pass an emergency decree, the death of Killah P is a monumental event in the history of the Greek nation, the repercussions of which are going to be felt for a long time. The Jew-controlled anarchists will certainly attempt some form of revenge, perhaps attempting to murder members of the Golden Dawn. The Golden Dawn supporters, being pushed by the establishment, will continue to view themselves, more and more, as already in a war for the survival of their people.

Things here in Athens are definitely going to get worse before they get better. But there is excitement in the air, as the revolution draws ever more nigh.


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