The Return of the Ottomans - Article of N. G. Michaloliakos

Monday, 31 July2017 - 18:53

The Return of the Ottomans - Article of N. G. Michaloliakos

"When the state is antinational, then down with the state and Long Live the Nation." - ION DRAGOUMIS

It is only been a few weeks since the end of the television show "Survivor," which has taken the form of a social craze among a people who with serious problems, does not react to them, but behaves with a herd mentality without an identity! Naturally, no one spoke of the fact that this venture was a Turkish production and within it there was enough propaganda about the famous Greek-Turkish "friendship", which exists only in the imagination of some internationalists and of course those who benefit economically from transactions with Turks ... If you don't know yet, the Turks in this country now buy everything under the table including in the TV stations ...

On the other hand, at the same time that the Turks brutally violate our national sovereignty, and indeed with the blessings of NATO, which follows Ankara's line and deems the Aegean islands to be a demilitarized zone, some official and informal heads of this country act like they're brave like "lions" and make statements on this only to put on a show in front of the public.

In essence, unfortunately, what he wrote in the "Theory of War", the late professor Panagiotis Kondylis, already at the beginning of the 1990s and even before the crisis at the Greek islet Imia broke out.

PANAGIOTIS KONDYLIS: "To the extent that Greece will become a subtle Turkish geopolitical satellite, the risk of war will be removed, hallucinations will be increased, and paralysis will become even more pleasurable, as long as submissiveness shall be rewarded with American and European praises which the modern Balkan has need of as a matter of urgency and also with loans and gifts to fund parasitic consumerism. In those circumstances, what will in fact be a dent in Greek resistance under the pressure of Turkey's superior potential, Greeks will slowly become accustomed to calling it "civilized behavior", "overcoming nationalism" and "Europeanisation" ... ".

We at Golden Dawn do not believe in overcoming nationalism and in the so-called "Europeanisation" and for this reason we strongly believe and clearly state that there is a Turkish threat to Greece and complacency is in fact the "moral exclusion" of our nation against this very threat.

And since we're talking about Imia, which for some is not a "gray zone", let us mention that only a Greek Flag and a Greek Soldier cannot be situated there, but as the mayor Of Kalymnos, Mr. Diakomichalis, revealed in an interview with the Greek paper the "Sunday Republic," he is required to pay a fine of 50,000 euros because he financially supported (with grants) a shepherd who was situated on the islet Imia and who eventually had to abandon it when the grant was cut ...

Turkey has threatened our Homeland for thousands of years from the Battle of Matzikert to the present immigration crisis, but unfortunately for Greece the political and economic establishment that drives our people is not prepared to risk its interests by demanding our national right over and against Turkish expansionism. 

Panayiotis Kondylis put it very wisely, again, when he wrote: "The mediocrities, submediocrities and anti-submediocrities that make up the Greek political and parapolitical world do not have the stature to solve historical problems of this magnitude and depth, perhaps even collapse in the case in which they will find themselves faced with the great decision of engaging in a war because if war is a continuation of politics, which war will continue a cramped policy? ...

That is why, as you read above, it is for this reason those that govern us and those who aspire to lead us will never keep a hard stance opposite the Turkish provocations.

GOLDEN DAWN means an invitation to every Greek Patriot. The Ottomans are on the rise again and its just the traitors and fools who don't see this.

Nikolaos G. Michaloliakos
Secretary General of the People's Association - Golden Dawn