Thursday, June 09, 2005

Greek Left Bombs Again

Looks like no matter how much its seems like things have changed, news is, somehow everything has ,pretty much, stayed the same:

ATHENS, June 9 (Reuters) - A guerrilla group that staged a triple bomb attack 100 days before last year's Olympic Games claimed responsibility on Thursday for a recent bomb blast at the Employment Ministry and pledged more such strikes.

The "Revolutionary Struggle" group said in a letter to a satirical Greek newspaper that it was behind last week's late-night bomb in front of the Employment Ministry, which damaged the building but caused no injuries.

"This was our answer to the neo-liberal plans of the Greek state regarding labour conditions and it is the start of a new cycle of actions against the new labour establishment," said the group in a letter to the weekly "To Pontiki".


Blogger EOKA ASSASSIN said...

So is this group strong nationalists like Novermeber 17? and are they actaully targeting humans lyk 17N? coz correct me if im wrong but so far they havent claimed any deaths.

8:42 AM  
Blogger Hellenian said...

What are you talking about? 17 November were NEVER nationalists. 17 November was always a terrorist organization of far-Left, atheistic militants espousing Marxist-Leninist doctrines.

Their own propaganda pictures depict a 17 November flag (red background with a yellow Marxist star that reads "17 N" on it) with a photograph of Karl Marx to the left of it, a photograph of Aris Velouchiotis to the right of it, and a photograph of Che Guevara on the bottom of it. How is that, in any possible way, an emblem for a nationalist organization? It clearly isn't.

Furthermore, when the Greek media first proposed that the terrorist group might be nationalistic, 17 November responded by immediately issuing a propaganda leaflet to the far-Left newspaper "Eleftherotypia" explicitly denying any such thing.

The only reason various newspapers claimed that 17 November was nationalistic was in order to protect the image of Greece's Left instead of humiliate it. But none of these newspapers ever published a single shred of evidence to support -- let alone prove -- their bogus claims.

11:50 AM  
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8:27 PM  
Blogger Hellenic Nationalist said...

Hellenian and Nikos,

Thanks very much for clearing up eoka assassin's confusion ,which is understandable since Greek and Western mass media repeatedly advanced the absurd and false idea that "Greek Terrorism" ( most visibly noted by "17 November") is Nationalist.

BTW, Nikos, Hellenian , who I seem to share many views with,is a seperate person. Just letting you know,bro.


10:35 PM  
Blogger EOKA ASSASSIN said...

ye fair enough, ur all right, i've just read heaps of things that has said 17N were Nationalits. My mistake.

12:51 AM  
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1:12 PM  

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