The leader of the neo-Nazis in Greece said: “Fear, we have arrived”
Athens, Monday May 7, 2012
Greece made headlines in the world after an election where the neo-Nazi party “Golden Dawn” won the 6% of the votes, equivalent to at least 21 seats in parliament.
Its leader, Nikos Mijaloliakos, said at a news conference: “I will go, facing the tyranny of the media, from television and newspapers. I dedicate this victory to the brave black shirt. “
And he said in a threatening manner “Fear, we have arrived” a clear reference to the press that carried out an implicitly campaign to avoid publishing the photo of the neo-Nazi leader before this unthinkable triumph.
Also, made it clear that he disagrees with the bailout plan proposed by the euro area and there will be a “national resistance” opposing parties that support reforms of austerity.
Mijaloliakos, born in 1957, is known in Greece for his violent demonstrations, carrying explosives at marches he organizes and attacking journalists. He trained in the mathematical sciences at the University of the Greek capital and joined the Army but was expelled for his behavior always aimed at the extreme right.
Golden Dawn has a flag, which elevates a symbol much like the swastika of the Nazi Party in Germany led by Adolf Hitler last century.
Mijaloliakos has already given clear his admiration for this dangerous flow, making the Hitler salute with his hand raised repeatedly.