Greece’s Golden Dawn party has remained defiant as the democratic fascist ruling party sent its hooded secret police—armed with machine guns—to arrest members of parliament and party officials over the weekend.
Party leader Nikos Michaloliakos said just before his arrest at home in the early hours of Saturday morning that the democratic fascist campaign would “open the gates of hell.
“We will exhaust any means within our legal constitutional rights to defend our political honor. If the country enters a cycle of instability, it is those who demonize Golden Dawn who will be responsible,” he said, just before the hooded and heavily-armed democratic Gestapo bundled him away.
Golden Dawn deputy leader—who the democratic fascists could not find on their first before dawn sweep—later presented himself to the police at their headquarters, exposing the controlled media’s lies once again which had claimed that he was ‘on the run.’
“I present myself voluntarily. I have nothing to hide, nothing to fear. The occupation government of the bailout deals has begun unprecedented political persecutions, using so-called independent justice. Nationalism will prevail. Golden Dawn will survive. Hail Golden Dawn!” Pappas said and entered the police headquarters, surrounded by cameras.
The arrests of all the democratically-elected Golden Dawn parliamentarians followed demands by Greece’s Jewish lobby that action be taken against what they called “racists”—even though the Jewish state is the most overtly racist country in the world and even checks the DNA of potential immigrants in order to make sure their own gene pool remains purely Jewish.
The Golden Dawn lawmakers and party officials are set to appear in court on Tuesday, charged with “membership in a criminal organization with intent to commit crimes.”
According to police spokesmen, they will not be given bail and will remain in the democratic prison until they are brought to trial.
The democratic fascist government has also announced that it will bring in legislation which will halt all state funding to Golden Dawn. Greek’s electoral system, like that of many European nations, provides state funding to parties which are able to muster enough votes to enter parliament (elections are held on a proportional representation basis).
This funding system is set up so that parties are not dependent upon a handful of influential individual large financiers, as is the case in America, for example.
The stripping of Golden Dawn’s state funding is therefore completely contrary to the constitution, but this little detail has not bothered the democratic fascists in the slightest.
The arrests are so blatantly anti-democratic that even some government supporters have expressed their fears that the move will backfire and lead to another surge in support for Golden Dawn, which only a few weeks ago was polling near to twenty percent in some opinion polls.
One constitutional academic has publicly warned that the democratic fascists are “wading into uncharted waters, constitutionally” and that it will be impossible to “outlaw a party catapulted into parliament by democratic means.”