This is very important and merits more than a reblog, but has important things to say about control of our urban spaces. I will write more about this later, but for now suffice it to say we need to not cede, but fight for control of our cities and need to confront invasions and takeovers.
Golden Dawn New York editors note by George:
St. Pantelimonas, known in Greek as Agios Pantelimonas, is a neighborhood in central Athens that was one of the first areas in Greece to be completely overrun with illegal Immigants from Bangladesh, Afghanistan, Africa and other places. This process started in the early to mid 2000’s when I was living close by at the time, many neighborhoods in Athens have platies, or “Squares”, these are park areas surrounded by shops, where children play and elderly people relax on park benches.
The square of St. Pantelimonas by the mid 2000’s became a no go area for Greeks, the entire surrounded neighborhood became loaded with thousands of illegal immigrants, and the square, with it’s large Orthodox Church in the center became a type of hub of drug sales, violence, robbery and prostitution.
The Greeks who could not afford to move out, were in a…
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