May 21, 2012Athanasios Lazanas, aged 29, gets murdered right in front of his own house by 3 illegal Afghan immigrants. The Afghans attacked him because his dogs were barking on them, and in the Muslim faith, dogs are considered to be unclean. They attack him with a dagger, stabbing him 6 times and twisting the blade to inflict deadly hits. He manages to crawl to a nearby house, and name the race of his murderers with his dying breath. The Police manages to arrest them, and to everyone's surprise, one of the brutal murderers was a minor, aged 17. It is also revealed that two of the perpetrators were arrested in the past for illegally entering and staying in the country, but Greece's "humanist" laws allowed them to walk around freely. His funeral is today.
After the funeral, the society of Patra decides they had enough.
May 22, 2012Patra is a gateway of illegal immigrants to every European port in the Mediterranean Sea. If they can't pay the smuggler's fee, then they spend their days raping and robbing the people of Patra, using an abandoned factory, Patraiki-Peraiki, as their base, and home. In fact, the three murderers were on their way there when they met their last victim. The citizens of Patra, disgusted by the murder, the genocidal Greek laws and the Police's inability and unwillingness to protect them, decide to end the occupation of the factory. They march for the factory and reach its gates, but Officers of the Riot Control Unit are preventing them from entering. They are unable to break through the guards, and the only ones that can help them are the Golden Dawn Militia. 300 Golden Dawn members march towards the factory, under the welcoming salutes of the citizens, and join another 4000 people gathered outside the factory.
The entrance of Golden Dawn in Patra.
Above: The citizens of Patra welcome the Golden Dawn Militiamen
attempt to lynch the unlucky officer.
A Battle has been wonThe rioting goes on for two days, with the Golden Dawn always fighting by the side of the citizens. After two long days with plenty of property damage and hundreds injured, the State has no choice but to expel the illegal Afghans living in the factory. A battle has been won, and the struggle of the citizens has been rewarded.
When the State is not able to protect the citizen, then it's fair and natural for the citizens to organize and protect themselves. We have seen the tormented streets in the center of Athens, where whole neighborhoods now mobilizing faced with the poor quality of life, with the most tragic example being the tragic murder of Emmanuel Kantara, for … a camera. In Patra, another city that suffers from the uncontrollable presence and action of immigrants, a death caused by the very same way was to be the straw that broke the camel's back. Athanasios Lazanas was a Greek assassinated by foreigners (among them a 17 year old) after a single fight outside his home. Naturally the rage of the people surpassed all records, leading to the Patraiki-Peraiki siege so that the protesters could invade. The state remains immobile in front of a huge social problem created by previous governments, with the full support of the Left. Today, they are not looking to find the cause, but to condemn once again the uprising, proving that they do not accept a fundamental law of physics: the action brings reaction, and the more violent and unjust is the first, more rampant becomes the second.