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PostThu Sep 26, 2013 11:36 pm » by Malogg


Alarm In Athens After Army Group Calls For COUP D’ETAT!!! GREECE SUPREME COURT HOLDS EMERGENCY MEETING!!!

Alarm in Athens after army group calls for coup d’etat

A group calling itself the Special Forces Reserve Union (KEED) wants the government to resign, the suspension of all laws relating to the troika memorandum and the expulsion of ‘illegal immigrants’

A prosecutor in Athens has ordered an investigation into a blog post that appeared on a special forces reservists’ website demanding the government and president resign and an interim government be appointed under the “guarantee” of the armed forces.

In a statement posted on its website, the Hellenic Special Forces Reserve Union (KEED) says it will assemble at 4pm at Syntagma Square in order to demand “the immediate resignation of the government” because it has failed in its duty to provide “health, education, justice and security” that it says it is obliged to do under article 22 of the constitution.

Government and judicial authors met in an emergency meeting late on Wednesday after reports appeared in the media on the group’s demands that an interim “government of national unity” should take power, to be chaired by the president of the Supreme Court and to include “proven personalities with no political links” and members of the Academy of Athens.

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PostSun Sep 29, 2013 11:53 am » by Malogg


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ATHENS, Greece (AP) — The leader of Greece's extreme-right Golden Dawn party and four other of its parliamentarians were formally charged Saturday with membership in a criminal organization with intent to commit crimes, in an escalation of a government crackdown after a fatal stabbing blamed on a supporter.

It was the first time since 1974 that sitting members of Parliament have been arrested. The arrests underline the Greek government's efforts to stifle the fiercely anti-immigrant party, which has been increasingly on the defensive since the killing.

Golden Dawn leader Nikos Michaloliakos, party spokesman Ilias Kassidiaris and Yannis Lagos, Nikos Michos and Ilias Panayiotaros were arrested by counterterrorism police. The last two gave themselves up voluntarily. A sixth parliamentarian, Christos Pappas — described in a prosecutor's report as the Golden Dawn's No. 2 — remains at large.

A further 15 people, including 13 Golden Dawn members and two police officers, have also been arrested and are due to appear before a prosecutor and an examining magistrate soon. They face the same charges.

Police spokesman Christos Pagonis told reporters that a total of arrest warrants were issued, all for the same charge; he added that the counterterrorism unit was still searching for the 12 suspects at large, including the missing deputy.

It is an unprecedentedly dynamic response to a neo-Nazi organization," government spokesman Simos Kedikoglou told The Associated Press, hinting the arrests were the culmination of a long strategy to deal with Golden Dawn as a criminal, not a political force.

"The prime minister and the government were determined to deal with Golden Dawn solely through the justice system ... We have succeeded in stripping them of their political cover and deal with them as what they really are, a criminal organization," Kedikoglou said.

Citizen protection minister Nikos Dendias compared Golden Dawn members to German SS squads.

"The state has proven it is not helpless in the face of organized violence ... Greek society will not tolerate any storm troopers," Dendias said.

The government ordered an investigation into Golden Dawn's activities after the death of rapper Pavlos Fyssas on Sept. 18 sparked outrage across Greece. The suspect arrested over his death admitted to police that he had stabbed the 34-year-old and identified himself as a supporter of Golden Dawn. Police investigated his cellphone records and those of more than 300 people connected to Golden Dawn.

Investigations have extended to the police, which have been accused in the past of turning a blind eye to Golden Dawn violence and of mistreating immigrants.

Under existing anti-terrorism legislation, membership in a criminal organization is a flagrant crime for which the Golden Dawn deputies can be prosecuted without the parliament needing to lift their immunity.

Despite the arrests, the party's lawmakers retain their parliamentary seats unless they are convicted of a crime. Golden Dawn holds 18 of Parliament's 300 seats, after winning nearly 7 percent of the vote in general elections last year.


Golden Dawn holds 18 of Parliament's 300 seats, after winning nearly 7 percent of the vote in general elections last year.

The party has vehemently denied any role in the killing, but it has appeared to dent Golden Dawn's appeal among Greeks. As calls for a crackdown mounted, the party hinted its parliamentarians might resign to provoke elections in 15 multi-party constituencies.

"There will be no elections, certainly no general elections," Kedikoglou said. Asked about the likelihood of partial elections if Golden Dawn deputies were to resign, he said "there are ways to deal with that, as well."

"Justice, stability, no elections," Prime Minister Antonis Samaras said as he hurried from his office to the Athens airport on his way to a six-day trip to the U.S.

Samaras was briefed on the arrests by two ministers during a break in his talks with representatives of Greece's creditors.

"Golden Dawn has indeed been losing ground at the polls since the man's murder and I expect them to continue to lose ground. This is the beginning of the end for Golden Dawn," Theodore Couloumbis, a political scientist and professor emeritus of International Relations at Athens University, told The Associated Press.

"There is no provision in the Constitution, and certainly no recent precedent, for the banning of a political party on the grounds of its ideology. That's why the government documented a series of criminal acts to hold them responsible for," Couloumbis added.

A formerly marginal organization with neo-Nazi roots, Golden Dawn entered Parliament for the first time in May 2012, capitalizing on Greece's deep financial crisis, rising crime and anti-immigrant sentiment.

"I think the young man's murder served as a catalyst. Every other political party said 'enough' ... to the violent attacks on Greeks and immigrants alike," Couloumbis said.

Couloumbis also approved the government's intention to avoid even partial elections at this time.

"Even a by-election would be a disaster. It would polarize the country at a time when it begins exiting its worst economic crisis ever," he said.

The party's members and supporters have frequently been suspected of carrying out violent attacks, mainly against immigrants. Despite its reputation for violence, the party had enjoyed growing popularity.

The prosecutor's report says the people under arrest, and those still at large, were responsible for murders, violent attacks, explosions and extortion. The document also said there were indications of laundering of the alleged extortion proceeds.

Police had searched Golden Dawn leader Michaloliakos' home and had retrieved two pistols, an unregistered shotgun, large amounts of ammunition and over €43,000 ($58,000) in cash, police spokesman Pagonis said. Police also seized computers from Michaloliakos' home.

Pagonis added a search in an arrested police officer's home turned up weapons, including knives, knuckledusters and a stun gun. A Golden Dawn membership card not belonging to the policewoman was also found.

The persons charged are expected to be granted a delay of two or three days to prepare their depositions. Meanwhile, they will be held at Athens police headquarters. It is highly likely that they will remain jailed after those depositions pending trial.

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Associated Press writer Elena Becatoros contributed to this report.

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PostSun Sep 29, 2013 3:31 pm » by Thruster


Malogg wrote:Greek far-right leader, other legislators arrested

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ATHENS, Greece (AP) — The leader of Greece's extreme-right Golden Dawn party and four other of its parliamentarians were formally charged Saturday with membership in a criminal organization with intent to commit crimes, in an escalation of a government crackdown after a fatal stabbing blamed on a supporter.

It was the first time since 1974 that sitting members of Parliament have been arrested. The arrests underline the Greek government's efforts to stifle the fiercely anti-immigrant party, which has been increasingly on the defensive since the killing.

Golden Dawn leader Nikos Michaloliakos, party spokesman Ilias Kassidiaris and Yannis Lagos, Nikos Michos and Ilias Panayiotaros were arrested by counterterrorism police. The last two gave themselves up voluntarily. A sixth parliamentarian, Christos Pappas — described in a prosecutor's report as the Golden Dawn's No. 2 — remains at large.

A further 15 people, including 13 Golden Dawn members and two police officers, have also been arrested and are due to appear before a prosecutor and an examining magistrate soon. They face the same charges.

Police spokesman Christos Pagonis told reporters that a total of arrest warrants were issued, all for the same charge; he added that the counterterrorism unit was still searching for the 12 suspects at large, including the missing deputy.

It is an unprecedentedly dynamic response to a neo-Nazi organization," government spokesman Simos Kedikoglou told The Associated Press, hinting the arrests were the culmination of a long strategy to deal with Golden Dawn as a criminal, not a political force.

"The prime minister and the government were determined to deal with Golden Dawn solely through the justice system ... We have succeeded in stripping them of their political cover and deal with them as what they really are, a criminal organization," Kedikoglou said.

Citizen protection minister Nikos Dendias compared Golden Dawn members to German SS squads.

"The state has proven it is not helpless in the face of organized violence ... Greek society will not tolerate any storm troopers," Dendias said.

The government ordered an investigation into Golden Dawn's activities after the death of rapper Pavlos Fyssas on Sept. 18 sparked outrage across Greece. The suspect arrested over his death admitted to police that he had stabbed the 34-year-old and identified himself as a supporter of Golden Dawn. Police investigated his cellphone records and those of more than 300 people connected to Golden Dawn.

Investigations have extended to the police, which have been accused in the past of turning a blind eye to Golden Dawn violence and of mistreating immigrants.

Under existing anti-terrorism legislation, membership in a criminal organization is a flagrant crime for which the Golden Dawn deputies can be prosecuted without the parliament needing to lift their immunity.

Despite the arrests, the party's lawmakers retain their parliamentary seats unless they are convicted of a crime. Golden Dawn holds 18 of Parliament's 300 seats, after winning nearly 7 percent of the vote in general elections last year.


Golden Dawn holds 18 of Parliament's 300 seats, after winning nearly 7 percent of the vote in general elections last year.

The party has vehemently denied any role in the killing, but it has appeared to dent Golden Dawn's appeal among Greeks. As calls for a crackdown mounted, the party hinted its parliamentarians might resign to provoke elections in 15 multi-party constituencies.

"There will be no elections, certainly no general elections," Kedikoglou said. Asked about the likelihood of partial elections if Golden Dawn deputies were to resign, he said "there are ways to deal with that, as well."

"Justice, stability, no elections," Prime Minister Antonis Samaras said as he hurried from his office to the Athens airport on his way to a six-day trip to the U.S.

Samaras was briefed on the arrests by two ministers during a break in his talks with representatives of Greece's creditors.

"Golden Dawn has indeed been losing ground at the polls since the man's murder and I expect them to continue to lose ground. This is the beginning of the end for Golden Dawn," Theodore Couloumbis, a political scientist and professor emeritus of International Relations at Athens University, told The Associated Press.

"There is no provision in the Constitution, and certainly no recent precedent, for the banning of a political party on the grounds of its ideology. That's why the government documented a series of criminal acts to hold them responsible for," Couloumbis added.

A formerly marginal organization with neo-Nazi roots, Golden Dawn entered Parliament for the first time in May 2012, capitalizing on Greece's deep financial crisis, rising crime and anti-immigrant sentiment.

"I think the young man's murder served as a catalyst. Every other political party said 'enough' ... to the violent attacks on Greeks and immigrants alike," Couloumbis said.

Couloumbis also approved the government's intention to avoid even partial elections at this time.

"Even a by-election would be a disaster. It would polarize the country at a time when it begins exiting its worst economic crisis ever," he said.

The party's members and supporters have frequently been suspected of carrying out violent attacks, mainly against immigrants. Despite its reputation for violence, the party had enjoyed growing popularity.

The prosecutor's report says the people under arrest, and those still at large, were responsible for murders, violent attacks, explosions and extortion. The document also said there were indications of laundering of the alleged extortion proceeds.

Police had searched Golden Dawn leader Michaloliakos' home and had retrieved two pistols, an unregistered shotgun, large amounts of ammunition and over €43,000 ($58,000) in cash, police spokesman Pagonis said. Police also seized computers from Michaloliakos' home.

Pagonis added a search in an arrested police officer's home turned up weapons, including knives, knuckledusters and a stun gun. A Golden Dawn membership card not belonging to the policewoman was also found.

The persons charged are expected to be granted a delay of two or three days to prepare their depositions. Meanwhile, they will be held at Athens police headquarters. It is highly likely that they will remain jailed after those depositions pending trial.

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Associated Press writer Elena Becatoros contributed to this report.

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Interesting ... The arresting officer on the right does'nt look as if he's Greek to me, infact, I can smell C.I.A. all over him.

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PostSun Sep 29, 2013 4:12 pm » by DarkHeart


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Interesting ... The arresting officer on the right does'nt look as if he's Greek to me, infact, I can smell C.I.A. all over him.

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Or German intelligence / special forces :nwo:

They should have copied the Icelanders when it started and they had some momentum, anywhere else the army would step in, but the Greeks don't trust them either !
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PostSun Sep 29, 2013 7:21 pm » by SolStone


If this were a HR situation, it would most likely be GSG-9 assisting; as it is an arrest, the odds are the man on the right truly is a member of the CT arm of their law enforcement (they do not trust their own military to uphold the wishes of the people any longer).

Blonde hair and blue eyes is a common trait in the region.

Just my opinion on the situation; they could very well be Germans assisting in an arrest.

Thanks Mal, great post
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PostSun Sep 29, 2013 9:15 pm » by Malogg


SolStone wrote:If this were a HR situation, it would most likely be GSG-9 assisting; as it is an arrest, the odds are the man on the right truly is a member of the CT arm of their law enforcement (they do not trust their own military to uphold the wishes of the people any longer).

Blonde hair and blue eyes is a common trait in the region.

Just my opinion on the situation; they could very well be Germans assisting in an arrest.

Thanks Mal, great post
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Wait to see the ripples all over the EU :dancing:

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PostMon Sep 30, 2013 11:35 pm » by Malogg


Golden Dawn's leaders accused of ordering murders

Leaders of Greece's far-right Golden Dawn assumed they had police protection. Now some of them are due to be charged with organised crime, accused of murder, racist attacks and possession of weapons.

One word leaps out at you from the seven-page Greek indictment document against Golden Dawn. It is "fuhrerprinzip" - the leader principle, spelled out in Roman type.

Since Saturday, Greek anti-terror police have arrested six of the far-right party's MPs and 16 activists, who they will charge on Tuesday, collectively, with organised crime.

'Military-style cell structure'

Key to the prosecution is the argument that the party's leaders controlled a military-style cell structure, that they trained attack groups, and that it was the political leadership - the MPs themselves - who controlled the apparatus of violence.

Nothing happened without orders, and orders were followed rigidly, say prosecutors - as with Adolf Hitler's "fuhrerprinzip".

With that they are preparing to hang two murders, eight attempted murders, tens of racist attacks, a bombing and the illegal possession of weapons and explosives around the necks of men who, even as I write, are receiving salaries and a massive subsidy from the Greek parliament.

The men themselves have cut a defiant figure as they are ferried to and from the cells: always flanked by anti-terror police in body armour, automatic weapons and balaclavas.

Read more: Swastikas but no faces please - Golden Dawn in crisis
The police heaviness is not for show: I saw Christos Pappas, the party's strategist try to leap from a police car in handcuffs last night, yelling furiously "Long live Golden Dawn".

A search of Mr Pappas' home in Ioannina is said to have found an arms cache and pictures of Hitler.

Ilias Panagiotaros, who told me last year he wanted civil war in Greece, was found in possession of a 9mm pistol last fired in salute at the funeral of a general who took part in the military coup of 1967.

The accused will get a chance to enter pleas on Tuesday.

Right now the Greek parliament is hearing a bill to remove state subsidy from the party. But this is only the start of something.

Because the police investigation - led by the anti-terror squad, and sidelining the equivalent of the UK's Special Branch - has already uncovered uncomfortable facts for the authorities.

'Tacit police protection'

When Golden Dawn activists were trying to cover up their connections to the alleged murderer of a rap artist, Pavlos Fyssas, wiretap information seen by Channel 4 News records one of them, named as George Patelis, saying: "Everyone's calling me. Some guys from the police who were there, everyone, they're calling saying George we love you and we're not backing down, we're with you."

And that goes to the heart of Greece's problem. To do this crackdown, the government had to sack two top police chiefs and two intelligence officers, including the man in charge of investigating Golden Dawn - and to sideline eight more commanders, including the boss of the riot squad.

Golden Dawn had assumed - as had many of their victims - that they had tacit police protection.

"Migrant victims of racist attack were turned away by police" says Petros Constantinou, who runs the antifascist group Keerfa, "they told them - probably another migrant did it."

And in the last Greek election, polling booths specifically allocated for police personnel to vote on duty, recorded up to 40 per cent support for Golden Dawn.

Read more: Golden Dawn arrests fuel political crisis in Greece
After the election, the coalition government led by the conservative New Democracy party ordered police to sweep migrants off the streets of Athens and into detention camps.

Golden Dawn - also engaged in attacks and intimidation designed to "cleanse" parts of Athens - assumed they were just doing the same job, only more forcefully.

Maria Psara and Lefteris Bidelas, journalists at the newspaper Ethnos, have spoken to two whistleblowers now in the witness protection scheme, whose evidence has been crucial to the prosecution.

"They were threatened," Ms Psara said.

"They were terrified when they came to us but their will to go out of this group was very strong and that's why they talked. One had been in Golden Dawn many years, but they didn't want to be in a group that kills Greeks."

"They told me that one of their leaders in the Nikea district where Fyssas was killed told them he'd attacked a Pakistani, and that afterwards he kicked the victim's head like a football, taking a penalty."

'Completely disorientated'

When I visited Golden Dawn HQ today, a solitary man in sunglasses, wearing a T-shirt with the word Mr Hooligan, told me "no filming is allowed".

But we filmed anyway. Two weeks ago that might have been followed with something more than verbal, but the party is now completely disorientated.

For the fuhrerprinzip works as long as you have an actual fuhrer on hand to give the orders.

As Golden Dawn's leadership are finding out: you cannot lead a civil war from the police cells.

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