The Pavlos Fyssas murder

A musician has been killed by Golden Dawn members, leading to nationwide street protests. Here is a good statement by a local doctor:

http://icantrelaxingreece.wordpress.com/2013/09/18/senior-consultant-of-nikaia-hospital-yesterdays-murderers-have-been-training-on-the-bodies-of-immigrants-for-three-years/

Please also read this interview to learn about what we are up against:

http://blog.occupiedlondon.org/2013/09/21/interview-by-ex-golden-dawn-member-allows-insight-into-the-groups-structure-and-explains-what-could-have-happened-with-pavlos-murder/

Here is why the False Left is simply not mentally equipped to deal with far-right groups:

http://www.globalpost.com/dispatch/news/afp/130920/greek-neo-nazis-popularity-defies-containment-experts-warn

Firstly, the False Left has tied itself in knots over its idol of democracy. It wants to ban Golden Dawn but agonizes over banning political parties as undemocratic. It won’t admit that democracy itself is the disease in relation to which Golden Dawn is the symptom. Most people want advantages for themselves. Golden Dawn attracts its voters by promising to look after majority interests and throw minority interests under the bus. That’s a winning democratic platform right there! In comparison, parties which believe in looking after everyone are at an automatic disadvantage in a democracy during economic hardship.

Trying to attack Golden Dawn under the banner of democracy is a joke. Trying to accuse Golden Dawn of being anti-democratic is a bigger joke. The only effective criticism of Golden Dawn must be unashamedly anti-democratic itself, and must ruthlessly accuse Golden Dawn of democracy, where “democracy” becomes synonymous with mob bullying (which is exactly what it is). This is what True Left rhetoric should sound like. You will never see a True Leftist calling Golden Dawn “fascist”. Fascist is a semi-respectable term. Golden Dawn is not even semi-respectable. Bashar al-Assad, whom we support, is a real example of a fascist. Same with the late Muammar Gaddafi. Fascists prioritize unification. Under Gaddafi, non-Jews of all ethnic backgrounds were safe in Libya; now with Gaddafi dead, racist attacks are a regular occurrence in Libya (and a synagogue has been built). The Rohingya were safer in Myanmar before it started becoming democratic. Malaysia has a problem with racism because it is democratic; Singapore has no problem with racism because it is non-democratic. The list goes on.

Secondly, banning a group does not stop it. If banning worked, why don’t we just ban crime networks, or better yet ban Israel? Who the fuck does the False Left believe will enforce the ban on Golden Dawn? The police? The corrupt police are in Golden Dawn’s pockets!

A state which wants to stop Golden Dawn must go back to the ancient ways of honour, which the False Left has forgotten but which the True Left remembers.

One way would be to challenge Golden Dawn to a set-piece battle. Golden Dawn can bring as many troops as they can muster to the set location at the set time, the state can do the same, equipment must be the same for troops on both sides, and the two sides can just fight it out until all members of one side are dead.

Another way would be to legalize duelling. Then individual citizens could simply challenge individual Golden Dawn members to one-on-one lethal duels whenever they encounter them on the street.

Only with ways such as these do we achieve both attrition and deterrent. Of course Golden Dawn can choose to decline the battles or the duels, but in this event its cowardice would become apparent to all. In contrast, when battles and duels are not part of the state system, it allows Golden Dawn to talk tough while knowing that the corrupt police will turn a blind eye when they beat up (and, increasingly often, murder) innocent people but will readily arrest citizens who try to fight them on the street (thereby “breaking the law”).

Golden Dawn can’t be stopped? That’s what the salivating Gentiles are now saying. We say Golden Dawn can’t be stopped by modern-minded idiotic antifas with cardboard protest signs and impotent slogans about “human rights” and “democracy”. But it can be stopped with ease - if Greece were willing to go back to the ancient ways. Or even 1920s ways: just look at how the SA stopped the Bolsheviks in Germany who were attacking bourgeois homes/shops the exact same way Golden Dawn today attack ethnic minority homes/shops.

As long as leftists continue to be allergic to the ancient ways, they will continue to be an impotent force against the far-right. Leftism is anti-traditional, not anti-ancient. As long as leftists continue to fail to see the vast difference between the two, they will continue to be stuck inside the sinking ship that is the False Left and have nobody but themselves to blame for the gains of Golden Dawn and similar groups elsewhere.

Any Aryanists or anti-Zionists in Greece who want to help us fight Golden Dawn? Contact us:

http://aryanism.net/about/contact/

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16 Responses to The Pavlos Fyssas murder

  1. Azfar abd' al-Kareem al-Ashraf says:

    Explain to me why Bashar al-Assad is a semi-respectable Fascist? I am curious, enlighten me.

  2. Phoenix says:

    That’s correct, we are not only up against GD itself, but the idiots who have mislabeled GD. There are so many mislabels flying around in the wrong places its ludicrous. Everything is mixed up and yet again we True Left National Socialists get the bad rap for being the right wing violent imbeciles the we ARE NOT.

    The information war Must continue being waged with even more force until we successfully instigate a paradigm-shift. It has to start by word of mouth, online social networks, image plugging, music, art etc. The world must be educated properly on their vocabulary and the only way to fight negative propaganda coming our way is to repeatedly feed the various networks with corrective information.

    This can be done as simply as bringing up the definition of Aryanism or Nat. Socialism in a conversation. It can be done by creating comparative images distributed via Tumblr, Facebook, and Twitter. It can be done in one’s personal bubble by weaving it into your daily life, daily routine, art, science, math, etc. Anything WE as National Socialists can do to repair this deepening gash is good. Live by example. Invite compassion into your heart. Feel National Socialism, breathe it, plant it. Each effort we make is like the casting of seeds. Just remember to till your soil first.

    This is no easy task, but I am of the belief that anything that is worth earning, comes with great effort.

  3. http://m.youtube.com/#/user/Truthwillout1001?&desktop_uri=%2Fuser%2FTruthwillout1001- watch the first twenty minutes. Also, Asraf, if you watch the mainstreem news, then you will never understand who Asad truly is. You can’t take fascism as a word and post it incorrectly. All Admin is trying to say is how democracy is an unbecoming, disastrous form of government.

  4. Azfar 'abd al-Kareem al-Ashraf says:

    Hmm yes, I am a National Socialist. I am but curious on the political state of Bashar al-Assad.

  5. Assad protects his citizens from real-and I mean real, terrorists like the U.S., Britain, and Israel. These countries, who allowed the gas attacks to happen under the false pretext of Syrian government is disgusting. Anyone who searches or answers will find that terrorist organizations used ‘chemicals’ and not Assad. We may thank Putin and Russia or Syria might be gone by now as we know it- another Iraq as Israel and the U.S. would see fit.. Assad is very protective of his people including all religions that fall hitherto in support of his regime. I don’t know if you are a supporter of Assad or not. Your words are somewhat misleading. However, many Muslims who I have come to know through supporting the Mosques in my area are in full support of his struggle against Zionism and real terrorists. We together see right past these lies. By the way, have you seen the youtube video? It gives me great motivation. When Germany lost the war, again due to the Jews as in World War One, we all did.

    Oh, I think you know we have most likely been put on a watchlist, although our goals are completely peaceful. I guess that is just how things work.

  6. Azfar 'abd al-Kareem al-Ashraf says:

    Thanks for clearing this up for me, I have been curious much. And what misleading words do you find that I’ve written?

  7. I mean if you are in support of Assad and his current struggle against Zionist scum. Yes or No? If you feel the need to speak more, here’s my e-mail: schusterconnor 16@yahoo.com

  8. Decebal says:

    Azfar, it should also be mentioned that the goal of the Ba’ath Party is the political recognition of the indivisible unity of Arabs – this is more of a cultural and spiritual unity than an ethno-centric one – and their common destiny. Given the overall religious spirit of the Arabs, it does transcend mere fascism.

    AS, I agree with this: “Leftism is anti-traditional, not anti-ancient.” I think some leftists will also accidentally get involved with right-wing groups because of a confusion; I know I did. Before coming here, I flirted with (socially) right-wing ideas because the false left wasn’t attractive with it’s relativism and explicit hedonism/utilitarianism; there is still so much in life to live for and die for to lose yourself to such passiveness. I thought that conservative social ideas with their firmness might at least turn us back to a better state, perhaps to a Golden Age, given time, even if they were not perfect. With time, I came to know that the right is the breeding ground for the selfish – people who ask not how they could help more, but how they could help less, regardless of the suffering of others – and haughty moralists (aka, hypocrites), such as those who comment about inappropriate dress but, secretly, enjoy watching the exposed bodies. In conclusion, I think it’s important to search on both sides for confused people.

  9. Decebal says:

    By the way, an interesting piece of news for Americans. http://ca.news.yahoo.com/north-dakota-town-ready-trouble-white-supremacists-stake-120240693.html

    The idea of a peaceful protest at the moment might be good (perhaps even better would be to temporarily ignore them) so their predictions of persecution become jocular, but this reaction should serve as a symbol for the false left, unwilling to truly lift a finger against such things.

  10. AS says:

    @Decebal

    Yes, Ba’athism is far from ideal, but it is at least an ideology that we could conceivably send Aryanist entryists into and influence towards our direction, much like Hitler used entryism to turn the DAP into the NSDAP. The former National Socialist Germany officials who moved to the region after WWII might have been trying to do just that. By the way, if there are any Aryanists (in Syria or elsewhere with Ba’athist prescence) who want to do Ba’athist entryism, please contact us.

    Racism works differently in the Middle East. There are certainly Arab racists over there who openly treat non-Arabs as the outgroup, but one big difference is greater acceptance of people of partial Arab ancestry. What matters in their eyes is having Arab ancestry, rather than not having non-Arab ancestry. This Bedouinist clannish mentality is still crude, but at least it is less of a political headache than the Golden Dawn type racism. With the Arab racists, if a Greek is married to an Arab, both are part of the club. With Golden Dawn, if an Arab is married to a Greek, both could be stabbed.

    “I think some leftists will also accidentally get involved with right-wing groups because of a confusion; I know I did.”

    Yes, people who have a nostalgic personality can be deceived, as the False Left, being all about progressivism, does not at all satisfy their nostalgia, whereas far-right ideologies superficially seem to do so. This is why I am confident that once the True Left replaces the False Left, we will start winning back a lot of the ground currently entering far-right control. The truth is that the traditionalists try to appeal to nostalgia but their propaganda will never be anything other than extremely tacky, because tradition itself is fundamentally future-oriented (being concerned with the survival of tradition into the future) and therefore incompatible with sincere nostalgia.

    “Before coming here, I flirted with (socially) right-wing ideas because the false left wasn’t attractive with it’s relativism and explicit hedonism/utilitarianism”

    Exactly. Relativism was DESIGNED TO LOSE against absolutism, because relativism is incapable of condemnation. To seriously rival traditional absolutism requires an anti-traditional absolutism capable of condemning traditionalists with no less fervour than that with which traditionalists condemn anti-traditionalists.

    About Craig Cobb, I mentioned the same topic here (third comment down):

    http://aryanism.net/blog/aryan-sanctuary/a-different-way-to-refer-to-geography/

    @Connor

    “We may thank Putin and Russia or Syria might be gone by now as we know it”

    Actually I’d say that Russia and the US are just doing a ‘good cop – bad cop’ routine on Syria to pressure it to disarm. Russia’s intervention meant we did not have a chance to see the US Senate and House possibly fail to pass Obama’s proposal for war, as the grassroots anti-war voices were so loud this time that it got AIPAC worried. The bottom line is that Syria will still be militarily weakened by this ‘solution’ if it goes ahead. Strategically, Syria needs every chemical weapon it has, and in a fair world should additionally possess nuclear weapons, just to guard against Israel which is the best-armed country in the world with military technology decades ahead of anywhere else. My advice to Assad would be to call the bluff and refuse to give up its chemical weapons irrespective of any US-Russia agreement, unless such an agreement also involves disarming Israel. I’m all for disarmament, but I am absolutely against one-sided disarmament. Assad should follow the political example of the late Kim Jong-Il in this regard.

  11. Here is some good news from Greece:

    http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/magazine-24163742

    This has some qualities of True Leftism.

  12. Decebal says:

    @AS,
    “Racism works differently in the Middle East. There are certainly Arab racists over there who openly treat non-Arabs as the outgroup…”

    I don’t disagree, but I’m saying Ba’athism isn’t the same thing as, say, neo-nazism in the West.

    “…because tradition itself is fundamentally future-oriented (being concerned with the survival of tradition into the future) and therefore incompatible with sincere nostalgia.”

    That’s an interesting way of looking at it. A good argument.

    Regarding Craig Cobb, you’re right; my apologies. When I saw this article, it reminded me of the Butler Plan you mentioned, so I posted it forgetting that you already posted another link.

    @Miecz,
    While it’s certainly not perfect (the list of ingredients), such a model is quite good, and also quite common in rural areas (at least where I come from). Perhaps something like this could be implemented better in the future…

  13. AS says:

    “I’m saying Ba’athism isn’t the same thing as, say, neo-nazism in the West.”

    I agree, which is why I said that entryism is applicable to Ba’athism. I’d never say that entryism is applicable to Golden Dawn!

    As for the food sharing initiative, I definitely agree that this is what is needed. If it can spread, then hopefully poor people will no longer need to rely on GD food handouts (GD gets the food from its US donors via its New York division). Food handouts are a potent political weapon, as they make their receivers dependent on the handouts, which means that the receivers will defend the suppliers in order that the handouts can continue. It’s not that different from controlling people using drugs, except drugs are luxury products whereas food is a basic product. This is why we keep saying that if everyone were locally self-reliant in basic products (especially food), none of this would be happening in the first place.

    The latest news is that Michaloliakos has been taken in for questioning:

    http://www.aljazeera.com/news/europe/2013/09/20139286251758326.html

    The government says that GD is an enemy of democracy, and GD says that the government is an enemy of democracy. This kind of idiotic dialogue would be funny if it weren’t so sad.

    The only thing even more idiotic are all the GD fans online right now reacting to Michaloliakos’ arrest by spamming screencap after screencap from the Jew-produced movie “300″ while complaining about Jews. The ease with which BSs are herded is so unreal you can’t make it up. (There’s a “300″ sequel coming out in 2014 too; does anyone seriously believe the timing is a coincidence?)

  14. Vigilante says:

    Hi,

    Regarding Democracy, do you mean representative democracy or direct democracy as the two are different? Wasn’t Hitler voted in to power through democracy? Didn’t the Austrians vote 95% to join the German Reich through democracy?

    And what are your thoughts on Switzerland who use a mixture of direct and representative democracy are one of the richest countries in the world, with one of the highest living standards in the world, have kept the EU out, and have had no war in 800 years, among other interesting quirks.

  15. AS says:

    “Regarding Democracy, do you mean representative democracy or direct democracy as the two are different?”

    Both.

    http://aryanism.net/politics/government/

    “Wasn’t Hitler voted in to power through democracy? Didn’t the Austrians vote 95% to join the German Reich through democracy?”

    We are not claiming that democracy produces bad results 100% of the time. We are claiming that, in the long-term, the quality of democratic decisions will be limited by the quality of the majority population, which is a very sub-optimal approach compared to letting decisions be made by a higher-quality minority.

    Hitler’s electoral victory speaks for his incredible charisma and otherworldly talent in public speaking, not for the merit of democracy. We fully agree with Hitler’s decision to ban all other political parties as soon as he was voted into power. Hitler knew that the same people who could vote him in could also vote him out, and he evidently had a realistic fear that this would occur if he allowed Germany to remain democratic.

    “And what are your thoughts on Switzerland who use a mixture of direct and representative democracy are one of the richest countries in the world, with one of the highest living standards in the world, have kept the EU out, and have had no war in 800 years, among other interesting quirks.”

    Switzerland is stable because it is one of the main countries used for storing large sums of Jewish money.

    By the way, we are not anti-EU, we are just anti-Euro (currency). Please read this page:

    http://aryanism.net/politics/geopolitics/

    ____

    Back in Greece, leftists are relaxing far too easily:

    http://greekleftreview.wordpress.com/2013/10/05/embros-theatre-occupation-24hour-emergency-room/

    They should be using this window of time to organize and train street defence groups that can stand up to GD when they come back. We all know the Zionist routine by now: put the far-right leader on trial, and either find him not guilty thereby sending a signal to the entire country that it is now perfectly safe for anyone and everyone to hold such views, or find him guilty and thereby validate the GD narrative of the government as an Orwellian dissent-crushing despot and GD as the anti-despotic force. Either way the effect is the same: GD ends up more mainstreamed than before. We named this technique the Ziongasm Green Light:

    http://aryanism.net/blog/aryan-sanctuary/ziongasm-green-light-in-netherlands/

    Don’t say we didn’t warn you guys.

  16. Sun of the Isles says:

    “Singapore has no problem with racism because it is non-democratic.”

    Singapore, however, has been a safe haven for British and Western interests in the region, even until now.
    The Singaporean military was even built by Israelis.

    https://www.i24news.tv/en/news/international/110391-160420-singapore-a-military-power-in-south-asia-built-on-the-israeli-model

    Singapore has also remained a secular nation, in contrast to its non-secular neighbours Indonesia and Malaysia.

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