Alexis Tsipras returned to power on Wednesday after his Syriza party’s victory in the snap election. But the anti-Semitism bug bit Tsipras government within hours of swearing-in ceremony. He had to fire his deputy transport and infrastructure minister, Dimitris Kammenos over failing to control his Greek hatred toward the ‘Bible’s Chosen People’.
The anti-Semite chap belongs to Syriza’s junior coalition partner Independent Greeks (?). He had the nerves to tweet that thousands of Jews didn’t show up to work at the World Trade Center on the morning of 9/11. Not only that, he also mocked the Athens Gay Parade. In order to please the powerful European Jewish lobby group, both statements have been removed from the racist MP’s Twitter account.
Dimitris Kammenos has been bitten by anti-Jewish bug before. For example, last year, he posted an anti-Holocaust photo on his Facebook page which insulted Auschwitz camp gate. The sign at the gate said: We Stay in Europe.
The founder of Independent Greeks party, and defense minister Panos Kammenos, didn’t challenge firing of its party member, even though he has also been accused of saying: Jews don’t pay taxes.
The opposition socialist PASOK party in a statement condemned Tsipras for his appointment of Jew and gay hating people in the new cabinet. “Instead of turning its back on the past, the government is legitimizing racism and antisemitism,” said PASOK spokesperson.
Tsipras is learning the Western politics slowly. While in Berlin early this year, he made a point to visit local Holocaust museum. And his Syriza party dumped its candidate, who claimed that government officials had conspired with Jewish bankers to plot a new Hannukah against the Greeks.
Why Tsipras fell down on his knees in front of Organized Jewry. Dr. Noam Chomsky has the answer. He says that no European leader came to his rescue. He could have pulled out of the Eurozone, but it’s a very risky option. “Greece is a very small economy, it’s not much of an export economy, and it would be too weak to withstand external pressures,” he said.
All Greek major political parties including Golden Dawn are controlled by the Organized Jewry through EU’s economical grip over the nation and Goldman Sachs. Some leaders of all these parties have criticized Israel’s policies in the past – but they all hate Turks and Muslims. Moises Constantinis, president of the Central Board of Jewish Communities in Greece has welcomed Syriza’s victory.
Athens, though had been part of Ottoman Empire for 350 years – is the only European capital city that has no mosque its 300,000 Muslim population. Contrary to that, Athens has two synagogues and even one Jewish Holocaust Museum for its 3,000 residents. World’s only Shoah Carriage Museum is in Thessaloniki in Greece.
Under Greek law, it’s a crime to deny the ‘Six Million Died’ myth.
On March 29, 2013, Rabbi Abraham Cooper, associate dean of SWC wrote at The Times of Israel: “At the start of Greece’s economic meltdown around 2009, Greek Jews already thought their country was in a bad way politically when the extreme right-wing Popular Orthodox Party (LAOS) came out of virtually nowhere to win seven percent of the national vote. Back in 2001, LAOS leader and MP Georgios Karatzaferis had raised the question of Jewish complicity in the 9/11 attacks in Parliament, stating that “the Jews have no right to provoke, because they have filled the world with crimes.”