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A Jewish political activist went on trial in Athens on Tuesday for inciting violence against the Greek neo-Nazi party Golden Dawn.
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most commenters are on the wrong foot. It is about incitement to
violence. However abject the ideas of a political party may be,
incitement to violence is always wrong. That's what the process is about.
Looks like Greece likes Nazis.
It is inconceivable, that a German occupied country should become so
right wing. They have witnessed untold atrocoties and murder, have they
forgotten so soon?
golden dawn is full of scum punks that beat on women. They should be
banned and this guy should be given an award, not put on trial. Greeks
have it all wrong.
And the leader of the "Golden" is gay just like the Mr. Haider
was in Austria. I wonder how radical rightist can accept that, but they
are in denial off course. Can the truth be defamation?
Neo-Nazis means mean anti-Semite.Free this jewish activist NOW!
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