NATO generals elected as Greek nazi MEPs

This video, recorded in Greece, says about itself:

Golden Dawn Leader Says in His Own Words Hitler Was A Great Historical Figure. Denies Holocaust.

Golden Dawn leader Nikos Michaloliakos says that there were no gas chambers [and] there were not any ovens in Auschwitz death camp.

Four decades ago, Italian NATO admiral Birindelli was a candidate for the neo-fascist party MSI.

Today, Helena Smith reports from Greece for the British daily The Guardian that two out of the three Greek nazi party Golden Dawn party’s newly elected MEPs are retired generals:

Georgios Epitideios, who served as a senior staff member of Nato’s Central Command – and as director of the department of crisis response and current operations of the European Union Military Staff – has promised to bring ‘dynamic and decisive support’ to representing Greece’s national interests in Brussels.

General Eleftherios Synadinos, who once commanded the Greek army’s special forces, is the other ex-top brass bigwig newly elected as a nazi MEP. Among other feats, he participated in the NATO occupation in Kosovo.

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  30. THOUSANDS of communists marched through Athens yesterday in protest at Greek government proposals to open new Nato bases in the country.

    The Communist Party and Communist Youth staged rallies from “Thrace to Crete,” while a massive demonstration wound its way from the Defence Ministry to the US embassy.

    Crowds chanted: “Nato and its bases out of Greece!”

    Greek Defence Minister Panos Kammenos suggested to his US counterpart Jim Mattis on October 10 that three new Nato bases could be opened in Greece, on top of existing naval and air facilities operated by the imperialist alliance at Aktion National Airport, Crete Naval Base and elsewhere.

    Mr Kammenos heads Syriza’s junior coalition partner Anel, but Communist Party of Greece general secretary Dimitris Koutspoumpas said Syriza’s attempts to “blur the waters” by distancing itself from the policy would fail.

    The defence minister and Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras were trying to play “good cop, bad cop,” with the latter claiming to follow a “multidimensional foreign policy.”

    Military bases at Souda and Aktion had expanded on Syriza’s watch, he said, with the latter’s role in hosting spy planes extended to become a platform for murder by drone.

    And he warned that the government planned to allow the US to station nuclear weapons at Araxos again — no nuclear warheads have been based in Greece since 2001.

    US President Donald Trump announced at the weekend that he plans to withdraw from the landmark 1987 Intermediate-range Nuclear Forces (INF) treaty with Moscow, which banned ground-launch missiles with a range of 500-5,500km and resulted in the removal of most nuclear missiles from Europe.


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