It has been one month, since our two brothers Manolis Kapelonis and Giorgos Fountoulis were murdered in cold blood. Since that time, predictably both Greek and international media outlets have rushed to erase it from the memory of the public. The system and it’s media puppets lied and pretended and twisted words as expected.
Just 24 hours after the murder, the Television stations in Greece went back to regular programming, tv drama shows, talk shows etc. However in contrast to this double murder, the previous death of leftist rapper Pavlos Fyssas “Killah P” was covered 24 hours a day for more than 2 weeks, regular programming was interrupted, with non stop, loud outrage from all media and political parties.
It is clear that the lives of 2 young men shot to death at point blank range, captured on video, are less important than 1 man killed in a fight because the media wants to see more Golden Dawn members dead.
But these two young men were not just, “Golden Dawn Members” They were two young men with kind hearts and families who loved them, trying to do the right thing for their people.
Manolis, looking out on the city, determined to fight for a better future.
In all this conflict and politics, it is important to remember that two men died in the most senseless way. They are missed and loved by so many, despite the media’s efforts to erase them. WE WILL NEVER FORGET!
Below are some videos Golden Dawn New York has translated about Giorgos Fountoulis, the first one where his father speaks about his son, and the other is of Giorgos celebrating his birthday with his family and disabled little sister.
Giorgos to his sister who suffers from Down syndrome: “There is no sweeter happy birthday than the one you ‘ve said, you should know that.”
Mother of Giorgos: “Indeed, there is not.”
Giorgos to his sister: “Ok, lets eat some cake, you will eat some cake ok? just a little”
Mother to the girl: “Your hair looks very bad. Let me fix them my baby.“
Giorgos: “Come on lets get started, sing the song, lets go”
Mother to the girl and Giorgos father: “Come on, sing the song for Giorgos. Are you taking everything with the camera? Did you film this?”
Father of Giorgos: “Yes”
Mother: “So should we start singing?”
Father: “Let’s sing it.”
All together singing the Greek Happy birthday song:
“May you live long Giorgaki
and may you live for many years
may you grow old and grow white hair
may you spread everywhere your youth’s light
and then everyone will point at you and say
“this is a wise man”!
All together: “BRAVO!”
Mother to Giorgos: “May you live for a hundred years, stay strong.”
(this is a custom in Greece, when someone celebrates his/her birthday, relatives and friends wish to him/her a long life to reach the age of 100)
Giorgos saying to his mother for his grandfather: “He’s only waiting for the cake“
Mother of Giorgos: “Oh yes, what else do you think he would be waiting for?”
Grandfather to Giorgos: “Worth of all, may you always be a righteous man.”
Giorgos to his father who is filming: “Let me kiss you too.”
Father of Giorgos: “Be a righteous man.”
Mother of Giorgos: “Be a righteous man.”