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Tuesday, December 10, 2013

Thousands honoring the memories of the Martyrs




3.000 thousand Greeks marched yesterday to honor the our two Martyrs, Giorgos Fountoulis and Manolis Kapelonis. Their symbols are of great need and help in these tough years of terror. Slogans like "Brothers you live, you guide us" and "Manolis and Giorgos listen to us up there, your brothers here are flying their flags high" rocked the atmosphere. We will make sure that their deaths were not in vain. We will fight in their name, against the System that targeted them and against the agents that killed them, the faux-revolutionaries that sell resistance on the internet during the day and fire their guns against real revolutionary workers at night. They will give us courage for the next days, marches and struggles that are to follow, like the upcoming anti-mosque march in 14/12.





4 comments:

  1. http://www.timesofisrael.com/greek-pm-to-jewish-leaders-this-is-not-the-weimar-republic/
    "...While the local Jewish community worries about the further ascent of Golden Dawn, the relations between Greece and the State of Israel have never been better, according to Israel’s ambassador in Athens, Arye Mekel. “We’ve seen a dramatic change in Greek public opinion. Until three years ago, you couldn’t find a pro-Israel article in a major Greek newspaper,” he said. “Today it’s almost impossible to find an anti-Israel article in a Greek newspaper."

    Holy Smokes- I wonder how that happened.

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  3. I am filled with sadness at the loss of these two honorable men. Manolis Kapelonis looks a lot like one of my younger brothers. Rest in peace, warriors.

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  4. Rest In Peace

    Atleast they died for something they believed and on their feet unlike the scum left who live on their knees and stand for nothing!

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