Angela Merkel & Golden Dawn
Angela Dorothea Merkel; née Kasner (born 17 July 1954) is the Chancellor of Germany and Chairwoman of the Christian Democratic Union (CDU). Golden Dawn (Chrysi Avgi, ) is an extreme right political organization in Greece. It is led by Nikolaos Michaloliakos and has grown exponentially since its inception to a widely known Greek political party with nationwide support. /5
Golden Dawn and the rise of the far right in Europe: As German Chancellor Angela Merkel arrived ...
PART B The Nazis return to Ukraine, with blessings of Germany and America. (The Jews of America are not bothered, as long as the Zionists make money) Who controls Ukraine, after the illegal overthrow of Viktor Yanukovych? One party is Batkivshchyna (means Fatherland) led by Yulia Tymoshenko, the second is the Udar (Punch), led by a permanent resident of Germany Vitali Klitschko, and with close relations with the Christian Democratic Union led by Angela Merkel and the Konrad Adenauer Foundation (a German political party) who even publicly advertises on its website that organizes seminars for the political education of members of Udar. The third party is the fascist Svoboda (Freedom), led by the notorious neo-Nazi Oleh Tyahnybok, which actually uses as his emblem a variant of the Nazi swastika. Brother party of French party Front National (FN) of Le Pen, and the Golden Dawn. The Return of the Ukrainian SS What is it that prompted the U.S. and the European Union with Germany leading the way to resurrect thei ...
European elites have been playing with fire for too long. Germany's chancellor, Angela Merkel, succeeded where the Führer himself had failed, in creating a Nazi party in Greece. Similar feats will require less effort in other countries. Deflationary economic policies mixed with a state tolerant of fascist actions, a sympathetic media, a right that needs allies in the streets and a dormant left are a recipe for disaster. Siblings of Golden Dawn may patrol Bolzano or Birmingham earlier than we imagine.
“Greek democracy stands before what is perhaps its greatest challenge,” Samaras told the German business daily Handelsblatt in an interview published hours before the announcement in Berlin that Angela Merkel will fly to Athens next week for the first time since the outbreak of the crisis. Resorting to highly unusual language for a man who weighs his words carefully, the 61-year-old politician evoked the rise of the neo-Nazi Golden Dawn party to highlight the threat that Greece faces, explaining that society “is threatened by growing unemployment, as happened to Germany at the end of the Weimar Republic”. “Citizens know that this government is Greece’s last chance,” said Samaras, who has repeatedly appealed for international lenders at the EU and IMF to relax the onerous conditions of the bailout accords propping up the Greek economy.
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François Hollande and Angela Merkel were split over issues such as eurobonds at last night's dinner, sources say
All hail, or should we say ‘heil,’ the rise of the Golden Dawn fascists in Greece. It’s all the rage (literally) in the streets of Greece these days. They now hold 21 seats in the Greek government – about 7% of the controlling body – and combined with the Communists, that control is closer to 20%. A...
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