Neo-Nazis enter Greek Parliament

Discussion in 'Economics' started by Grandluxe, May 8, 2012.

  1. Greece elections: Ultra-nationalists Golden Dawn celebrate parliamentary first
    11:26AM BST 07 May 2012

    The ultra-nationalist far right Golden Dawn says it wants immigrants out of Greece after exit polls show it would pass into parliament for the first time.

    The ultra nationalist far right party Golden Dawn supporters celebrated on Sunday after exit polls showed them winning between 5 to 7 per cent of the vote, enough for them to gain representation in parliament for the first time in Greek history.

    Under the country’s proportional representation system this would allow an extreme right party to enter parliament for the first time since the fall of a military dictatorship in 1974, with around 20 or so seats out of 300.

    The party has claimed that Nazi salutes used by some of its members do not define the group and rejects the Nazi tag, calling itself nationalist, and whose emblem of an ancient Greek decorative border called a meander, which resembles a swastika, symbolizes bravery and endless struggle.

    If confirmed, the election results could plunge Greece into new political turmoil, re-igniting a euro zone debt crisis first lit by Athens in 2009 and starting it down a path that could take it out of the euro.

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  2. mm19


    same thing all around europe.

    (future) ethnic cleansings are well known in any culture including animals when things get tough.

    that proves things are genuinely tough in eu.

    solution is to have homogenous nation, like japanese.