Anti-Golden Dawn Legislation Up in the Greek Parliament

Andrew Anglin
Daily Stormer
November 7, 2013

Framed as “anti-racist,” the bill in the Greek parliament to ‘stop the hate’ is explicitly anti-Golden Dawn.

An anti-Antisemitism organization, the Coordination Forum for Countering Antisemitism, gives us the details:

Justice Minister Haralambos Athanassiou on Friday submitted to the General Accounting Office an anti-racism bill that foresees tough penalties for racially-motivated crimes.

The bill, which is a combination of various proposals submitted to Parliament by different parties in recent months, is to be finalized and submitted to the House for approval in due course.

It foresees jail sentences of up to three years and financial penalties of up to 20,000 euros for incitement to racist attacks.

Similar penalties are foreseen for those who praise Nazism, the Holocaust and other internationally-recognized genocides which are criminalized by the bill.

One of the bill’s provisions foresees the suspension of state funding for political parties, unions and organizations whose members display racist behavior for up to six months. Also, if individuals are found to have incited to violence on behalf of an organization or for its benefit, the financial penalty can rise to 100,000 euros.

Another provision prohibits food handouts and other charity activities that discriminate against people based on their ethnic origin or skin color as with the “Greeks only” food distributions organized by the neofascist Golden Dawn.

The legislation has been a long time coming, demanded repeatedly by the AJC and various other Jewish organizations as a means to shutdown the Golden Dawn.

They could hardly have picked a worse time to introduce it than right in the midst of complete outrage over the Golden Dawn murders.  These people have been very sloppy lately.