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Who is Golden Dawn and what is their problem? Comments

In 1941, the Nazis invaded Greece, aided by Italy and Bulgaria. The next four years were filled with hardship. Hundreds of thousands died from starvation and tens of thousands were murdered in Nazi reprisals. Hyperinflation destroyed the economy and when the war ended, a civil war erupted. Continue Reading

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  1. scott
    2 years ago

    Why doesn't the catholic church publicly oppose muslim immigration that is taking over european lands. I grew up Christian but I will stand with a party like GD long before I would stand with anyone like the Catholic Church who's silence makes them guilty participants,

  2. Bill
    2 years ago

    Golden Dawn is simply a reaction to the Marxist policies of the EU, dead set on bankrupting Europe, wrecking soveriegn nations with debt, unemployment and inflation, to usher in their 1 world currency, as Paul Warburg gave testimony to Congress to in the 1940s.

    As a traditionalist Catholic, I applaud Golden Dawn.

    Nationalist movements cannot be stopped and wont be stopped, though Marxists would try to smear and discredit them. The populist revolt is just beginning.

  3. gtreat
    2 years ago

    GREAT!! Lets attack the few people still defending western culture

    who needs liberals to call anyone who opposes modernity a nazi when the "conservative" church does it for free

  4. Emma
    2 years ago

    I wonder if they have any connection to the Order of the Golden Dawn that was founded by Aleister Crowley. As far as I recollect, that group, involved in ceremonial magical practices came out of Germany during the time that Hitler was in power. Could also be that they "borrowed " the title, but there's no reason to think that they haven't continued to exist.

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