Det høyreekstreme Gyllent Daggry, Chrysi Avgi, henvender seg til den greske diaspora for støtte. Partiet som nå er Hellas tredje største, større enn PASOK, har åpnet kontor i New York. Det har allerede kontor i Australia.

Gyllent Daggry er i motsetning til andre høyreorienterte partier i Europa åpent jødefiendtlig, i likhet med ungarske Jobbik. Det gir deres fremmedfiendtlighet en helt annen dreining enn partier som ønsker begrensninger i innvandringen.  Det er ikke tilfeldig at Chrisy Avgi har vist villighet til å bruke vold, og har et nazi-lignende flagg.



New York – Greece’s ultra-nationalist party Golden Dawn (Chrysi Avgi) has inaugurated a new office in New York City, to reach out to the Greek diaspora. A branch of the political party is already operational in Melbourne, Australia.

According to Ekathimerini two polls this weekend have placed Golden Dawn as the third political party in Greece, on nine percent of the vote. Their rise in popularity, which Digital Journal reported as standing at 22 percent, means that the ultra-nationalist party has now overtaken PASOK in public opinion.

Golden Dawn is now reaching out to the Greek diaspora, opening a branch of the political party in New York City. The party’s New York website says:

«The Golden Dawn is the only political party in Greece that unapologetically stands for the sovereignty, security, and dignity of the Greek people. The party intends to reverse decades of unlimited third world immigration which has brought crime, unemployment, disease and possibly terrorism to the once peaceful Greek cities.

«We stand with the Greek people who have been driven to poverty and despair by the imposition of the genocidal IMF and European Union austerity policies that are decimating the population and turning Greece into a slave state.

«Our goals are to promote and support the Golden Dawn’s nationalist ideals and vision for Greece among the Greek diaspora. We must resist and overcome the genocidal multi- culturalist, and anti-Hellenic agenda of the New World Order.»

Thus far the party has collected medicines, food and clothing from the diaspora in the U.S. to send to Greece.

Read more: http://www.digitaljournal.com/article/333341#ixzz27SyxANV4