Saturday, September 28, 2013

Greece: crackdown against Nazi party

We'll see where this ends but it seems that the Samaras ND-PASOK government is decided to send a clear message of who is in charge after the assassination of Killah P, after years of absolute tolerance, deep Nazi penetration of the state apparatus (notably the police forces) and worrying sabre-rattling by special forces' reserve members, surely also akin to Golden Dawn.

Nikos Michaloliakos, the GD turd-o-führer, and other 13 party members, including MPs have been arrested overnight in a major crackdown against Nazi activities in the European country. The list of those arrested includes names like Ilias Kasidiaris, Ilias Panagiotaros and Ioannis Lagos, names that have all been quite prominent in the interviews that some Nazis have conceded to the media these days. All seem to be related in some way to the murder of Pavlos Fyssas (Killah P).

Is it "too little, too late"? It is certainly very late, I wouldn't dare to say at this moment, when the whole Nazi cupola has been arrested, that it is also "too little". But it may well be if the police and military forces are not radically purged. In fact, in the case of police forces, it would seem that they need to be dissolved because the Nazi penetration is so extreme that it reaches to at least every other police agent, what is totally unbearable and the main reason why Golden Dawn has enjoyed impunity so far.

True that there has been also some limited crackdown in police forces, with five officers suspended and several stations searched but this is certainly not enough and a clear case of "too little".

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