Golden Dawn Australia Translation of Greek article by Maria Sidiropoulou.
There’s an old saying that the decadence of a society can be measured by the corruption of its women. This saying comes alive in the Hellas of 2015, in the times of the Memorandum and in the perpetual false hope that is embodied by the feminist movement of the left and capitalism.
This article could be just another essay that analyses and argues with fine words the Holiness of women and the importance of Motherhood in a free Homeland. As our Homeland is currently experiencing an occupation, it is counting it’s dead, it is counting it’s suicides. It is counting it’s last cent in order to buy a loaf of bread.
More importantly, it is counting empty souls who live without expectation, it is counting empty bodies dressed in outfits of the latest fashion trying to hide the stench of their empty soul. A soul that’s sunk because it was waiting in vain for something to lift it up, to feed it and bring it to life.
In the ruins of our enslaved Fatherland, in the face of those who wanted to submit, to become a part of the criminal new way of life stands a flag, our flag, stands a Soul, our soul and a voice so strong like a battle cry that provokes you to stand up and Fight.
Yes, the guys in the black t-shirts were the pioneers of this Battle, a handful of people who believed that no saviour would come to save our country, that only with their personal battle would they be able to claim a better tomorrow.
Today, some people imagine – after continuous media brainwashing – that this is still the case. However today there are women who also stand amongst them, including mothers with their children, who have come to share the journey and to fight their part because they got sick of the fake dreams and the expensive perfumes sold by the fashion magazines and instead wanted to breathe the air of long-lasting Freedom.
Their eyes gaze proudly like ancient statues and praise the eternal and unique beauty of the Universe: this undefeated Hellenic Race. Ethnic Nationalism is the only true revolutionary movement because it has the strength, amongst the rubble of the modern world, to create. And this creation leads to a “birth” from which no one can be absent.
The Hellenic woman, throughout the course of Hellenic History was present and shared in whatever holy Battle the Hellenic Nation fought against its enemies. And so it is today, we are invited to lead by example far from the false dreams of capitalism and the left, today we are invited to become true Hellenic women.
– Maria Sidiropoulou