‘Golden Dawn’ Take Advantage as Greek Collapse Breeds Xenophobia
Posted by David Icke
'Just how bad is the Greek economy? Of all the economic horror stories produced since the banking crisis began in 2007, Greece is perhaps the most frightening to date, and in the wake of the country’s crash, xenophobia is starting to rear its ugly head in Greece.
Unemployment, cuts in public services and an overall lack of confidence has plagued the once proud nation. The bi-products of Greece’s swift economic and social collapse are becoming even more devastating, as violent clashes have shaken the western city of Agrinio, where supporters of the far-right Golden Dawn Party clashed with anarchists, leaving cars and shop windows smashed, and some people physically injured as a result.'
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