The aesthetic decline of Greece’s monuments and landmarks in urban settings is a manifestation of an absence of values and exasperating tolerance for gangsters of the “educated” and “artistic” humanitarian left. These individuals have essentially gone throughout Athens desecrating public spaces and monuments with their slogans and threats of violence towards anyone who has a different opinion than them. They do this to create an environment of perpetual psychological violence in a time period of Greece’s history that is already tense.
Anarchist thugs, known for their nihilism, hatred, and drug problems, are not the only culprits however. The “Peace” Youth of SYRIZA, KKE, and ANTARSYA (Antar-CIA) members have also committed such foul acts of vandalism and public property destruction, which has cost Greek taxpayers millions of Euros to repair the infrastructure.
In this report we present photos of acts of extreme disrespect and revelations of a deep psychological complex: the rabid hatred of one’s own race.
September 4, 2013: The desecration of the statue commemorating the Pontian genocide at St Sophia square in Thessaloniki is one of the most sad hate crimes we’ve documented. The statue was covered in red paint, and vulgar mocking slogans were scrawled all around it. It is hard to understand what kind of psychologically warped person would commit such an attack against a monument commemorating the lives of 353,000 helpless non-combatants, women and children. The outrageous act can only be motivated by a blind and foaming at the mouth hatred of Greeks and Hellenism.
April 1, 2014- Here below is a desecration of Theodore Kolokotronis’ statue on Stadium road in Athens by anarchists. The stupid MTV style slogan written on it shows the intellectual rot and hypocrisy of the media-created “champions of human freedom”.
June 16, 2014– Here below is another desecration of the same statue by participants of the “Athens Gay Pride parade”, which was of course endorsed by the mayor of Athens, the U.S. embassy, and the European Union commissars, and later characterized as a statement against Golden Dawn. The “parade” was attended by official parties of the Greek government , who united alongside anarchists, seem to always be around when these vandalisms occur.