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    • 19.12.07 | 20:35 (IST)

    "Elefteros Cosmos" [Free World] is the newspaper which support the most nationalist ideas in Greece [www.elkosmos.gr]. All the last days, has been circulated a number of articles about the Plevris trial. The main arguments are: "the Greek system judged the ideas", "the Jews judged Plevris", and the conclusion "Greek system, under jewish pressure, judged Plevris for his ideas"! But I found interesting their criticism to LAOS (the nationalist party in the Greek Parliament; Plevris was among the co-founders), party's newspaper "A1" and channel "Tele-Asty", because they have n't taken position in the conflict. Even his son, Thanasis Plevris (a PM with LAOS), was very careful. I'd like to remind that, only a year ago, a PM (now)Adonis Georgiades [LAOS] expressed the opinion that "my beloved book is Plevris's work!". Now, Georgiades can't remember this statement...They have changed or they are covering their real face?

    from the article: Greek historian convicted over book denying the Holocaust
    First published 00:00 13.12.07 | Last updated 00:00 13.12.07
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