March 30, 2017

How the EU Made Greece a Muslim Ghetto

Faith GoldyArchive

This week, millions of Hellenes worldwide are celebrating Greek Independence Day. But I'm not one of them. Because the truth is: Greece has lost her independence.

Thanks to the International Monetary Fund, the European Central Bank, the EU, and traitors of the Greek national government who have become the callgirls of the foreign usurers, Greece has lost her national economic sovereignty.

The country is not independent — it’s been converted into a protectorate of foreign powers.

Even more troubling: Greece has become Europe's illegal Muslim migrant storehouse.

With the summer months around the corner, which will bring with it yet another refugee surge, I tell Greeks why it's imperative that they reject Berlin's dubious Dublin Agreement in order to take the first steps in reclaiming sovereignty and national pride.

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commented 2017-04-01 23:11:35 -0400
Andreas—-Tks for the Inheritance explanation; I guess that is where the saying came from, “Be careful what you wish for.”
I believe you are correct in saying Canada and the US couldn’t stand alone if they lost all of Europe as their alley against the Islamist Invasion; in fact our PM has already paved the Islamic road for us.
It is not that our left leaning voters are stupid, it is that they are not interested in politics like the people on this sight. Good Luck on your side of the water.
commented 2017-04-01 09:40:25 -0400
We agree.!!
commented 2017-03-31 19:08:25 -0400
Ron, re the inheritance tax, it is like this: It starts at more than 25% for first degree relationships, I.e children, moves up to 50% for brothers and such and to the sky from there. Now they assign the so called objective value of the property, which is , essentially , what the government says the property is worth , which , before the crisis was a bit less or a bit more of the market value. It was , of course, always revised upwards when the market went up, but never downwards.
With the crises, the market practically disappeared, the prices collapsed , sometimes to 20% of the pre crisis levels, except it some really really posh areas of Athens, So in many cases, selling the property will not even pay for the tax. People do not claim the property, the state takes it, and , more and more, in go the Muslim migrants. I e the government confiscates Greek property and is giving it to foreigners who want us dead. I wish I were exaggerating but I am not.
I do not think leaving the EU is the solution, either for Greece or for Britain or France. Reform the EU YES. It is the only vehicle Christian Europe has, east and west to stand together against the oncoming war. Yes, war. I am willing to debate it though, with an open mind.
Europe will NOT fall. Many will die however, perhaps even me and members of my family.
Nd it is not in the Interest of Canada or the US that Europe falls, Where does that leave you? Along in the world, without a Hinterland for the first time in your history, How long will you last?
@Terry: it was Virgil actually who wrote this. Times Danaos et dona ferentes. It was about a wooden horse some people found. Back then it was a ruse, Now it is leftist stupidity.
commented 2017-03-31 18:56:18 -0400
Look at the statues of Athena holding up the Parthenon in the title picture on this page. The Parthenon was still completely in tact up until WW1 when the Turks used it as an ammunition depot… they will complete it’s destruction as an “insult to Islam”….and the art of Michaelangelo and Bernini in Italy won’t be long after that.
commented 2017-03-31 18:38:29 -0400
If a tree falls in the forest and there is nobody there to hear it …does David Suzuki still get wildly indignant?
commented 2017-03-31 14:38:48 -0400
With the warm weather coming the message, taken from Homer, for the EU should be " Beware the Greeks bearing gifts!"
commented 2017-03-31 12:09:55 -0400
Andreas, I have read your posts and feel the Greek people are responsible for most of their own problems. The Greek Citizens voted for these Islamic loving Governments, not that that is your only problem.
Greece should start over , leave the EU and build an honest Army to protect your borders and deport unwilling workers. Your desperate so you have to be tough. If there was a good plan, some Country would finance it.
What is the Inheritance Tax that you discussed and why do people lose their house if they can’t afford it ? Usually an inheritance is a good thing, and you take some of the proceeds and pay the tax.
commented 2017-03-31 10:38:51 -0400
And something else: The Government , along with the idiotic opposition , approved the construction of a 150 million euro mosque, which will be built by with the tax money of the Greek people, on public land in the center of Athens (Land that belongs to the Navy!!). The land value, before the crisis, was assessed to around 1 billion Euros.
Does it look like the government is discouraging Muslim migrants?? Who is to blame? The EU? why
Merkel screwed up , she was being stupid, naive, vicious, all of the above, I have no Idea. Now she wants to enforce the Dublin Agreement, which Greece had signed, BEFORE the current financial crisis, and send some migrants back. A deal is a deal, is it not so in Canada? The Dublin agreement allows Europeans to work and live everywhere in Europe. And since there is no federal police, each country MUST control ts own borders. So, if you let people in illegaly and thy are caught elsewhere, you get them back! Is this sooooo unfair?
What happened before? People got in via the islands, the government transported them free of charge on chartered boats to the mainland, then put them free of charge on trains to central Europe or on buses to the border. Was this fair?
How would you like it if the US just bused all illegals that crossed the Rio Grande, to Windsor Ontario, on top of it free of charge? Woudn’t that be nice?
And OK. Merkel screwed up, but the Greeks opened up their borders hoping that the muslim colonists will just go on to the North. Well, that seems to have stopped now, and we are stuck. Who is to blame???
commented 2017-03-31 10:29:18 -0400
ANDREAS SPYRAKOPOULOS, Thank you for posting your perspective.
commented 2017-03-31 10:14:54 -0400
While I enjoyed the video, and most of the comments, we do need to get a few facts straight:

- Greece is not governed by a coalition of democratic parties. It is governed by a coalition of a COMMUNIST party and a proto-FASCIST party. Those people are NOT interested in sovereignty and independence , they want to make Greece the CUBA of the Med. They have said so repeatedly.
- As for their patriotism, there isn’t any. The party line, which, by the way is in the official schoolbooks was that the Greek Revolution was a class struggle against the ruling classes at the time, and no, I am NOT making this up. They do not care about our flag, or about our values, they even get girls on Hijab, to parade on the streets of Athens as part of the official students’ parade, on INDEPENDENCE DAY!

On Illegal Immigration:
- The ruling party’s position was that there are NO borders. That the illegal migrants are all victims of the global capitalism and have the RIGHT to go wherever they like, as long as it in in the Western , Christian world. The position was repeated, again and again by the idiotic communist prime minister, who, at one point said that there are NO borders at sea.
- On all of the islands referred to in the video, the islanders voted predominately, for SYRIZA, i.e the senior, neo-communist partner of the government. In all os Samos, Lesbos, Chios etc the patriotic or conservative parties did not elect a single deputy. All seats went to SYRIZA. Who do these people have to blame?
- While our Northern neighbours instituted border controls, thus closing the migrants in, the ONLY measure the government has taken was to complain , and whine like a baby, instead of protecting the borders with Turkey. Consequently, the migrants are boxed in. Who is to blame?

- Whoever travels on the Greek Italy Ferries, KNOWS that NO controls are made whatsoever to prevent migrants on getting on the boats. NONE! The Italians catch them at their side and send them back. Who is to blame??
I am Greek , living abroad since 1979, I have lived in 17 countries, in yours too and went back to do my military service, at 30, mostly on those islands. Do I regret it? I am about to . Who is to blame?

Patriotic people, such as Marine LePen, Farrage and others praise Tsipras, the analphabet and idiotic communist that pretends to be a prime minister (it reminds me of someone in your neck of the woods), because of his anti EU stance. He is not anti EU. He is anti WEST.

As for the tax evasion, well, the Greek Goverment spends 56% of the GDP. 50% + of the GDP is stolen by the government as taxes of various kinds. 29% of the Greeks are unemployed, and of the remaining ones 80% are salaried. How do they evade taxes?? . Some examples:
The government has put a special tax on swimming pools. The people that do not declare their pool are tax evaders! We have a new category of a misdemeanor, soon to be promoted to felony, which is having an illegal swimming pool. Are pools illegal in Canada??
In the last 2 years 150.000 homes and shops were confiscated by the goverment, in a country of 11 m. people, mostly because the owners could not pay the inheritance tax and gave them up. They are now refurbishing them in order to house the migrants.
And yes, I am a Greek through and through, without any hyphens.
commented 2017-03-31 03:18:09 -0400
I am so going to enjoy seeing people like the Tree get jumped by sharia patrols and i will enjoy it even more when he looks around and realizes , no one is there to help him. LMAO!
commented 2017-03-31 03:16:40 -0400
The Tree then go move their or move to Venezuala , another wonderful socialist state. LMAO!
commented 2017-03-31 01:20:28 -0400
We in the West certainly despise our birthright.
commented 2017-03-30 22:53:10 -0400
John Rob, thanks for posting.
commented 2017-03-30 22:49:50 -0400
Jeffrey Tighe, let’s agree to disagree. Peace be with you.
commented 2017-03-30 22:44:42 -0400
Tammie, I am not new to the Rebel or to Faith’s videos.
But neither did I misunderstand her.
Watch it again. She calls herself a Greek repeatedly with her reference to “we”.
That is not a Canadian in my book; that is a Greek.
And just as she mourns and fights back against the death of Greek culture in Greece, I mourn and fight back against the death of Canadian culture in Canada. That death is happening through the moronic concept of multiculturalism, which she has clearly bought into.
commented 2017-03-30 22:38:27 -0400
I’d like to address all the straw-men in the house…

Those who came before, were coming to partake of the culture of liberators, while now, those who come, see their host as oppressors,
think on’t.

more of a shrub than a tree.
commented 2017-03-30 22:26:34 -0400
Jeffrey Tighe, I disagree with your assessment of the reporter, and, me the commentator. We are not killing Canadian culture by recognizing what’s happening in the countries our ancestor’s came from. We are not saying we are Greek or Polish, because we aren’t. We are Canadians, who have grand-parents, great grand- parents or great great grand-parents from abroad. I’m not sure where this misunderstanding stems from. I’m not sure if you are new to the site, but, Faith is a real Canadian. I am too. To say we are killing Canadian culture is plain wrong.
I agree that multi-culturalism is a failed experiment; we see this in all Western cultures whose politicians have embraced this ideal for decades.
commented 2017-03-30 21:24:03 -0400
Tammie, “proud Canadians” don’t refer to themselves as foreigners the way she did. She calls herself Greek a dozen times in that video, NOT Canadian.
Multiculturalism is a disease that is destroying MY CULTURE! The Canadian culture!
Foreigners should stay where their real homes are.
If you come to Canada, become a Canadian. And that means more than getting a passport with a maple leaf on it.
It means assimilating into Canadian culture! Anything else, like being a Greek or Polish in Canada just means you are killing our Canadian culture, and you bet I have something to say about that!
commented 2017-03-30 21:08:59 -0400
Jeffrey Tighe, Please don’t mistake a love for your ancestors home as not being loyal & loving towards Canada.
Faith Goldy is a proud Canadian with roots in Greece; naturally, she is concerned with the decline and Islamization of her ancestors nation. I am of Polish descent, and , if Poland was being invaded by Islamic migrants to the same degree, you bet I would have something to say!
commented 2017-03-30 20:56:33 -0400
I agree with Faith’s points, but she sure has bought into that multicultural garbage.
She keeps referring the Greeks as “we”. And not just in reference to their foreign culture, but as a political national entity, which is even worse.
If you aren’t a Canadian Faith, maybe it is time to go to your real home.
Canada for Canadians.
commented 2017-03-30 19:51:33 -0400
Tammie – you nailed him to the correct tree!
commented 2017-03-30 19:05:02 -0400
THE TREE, still waiting for an answer!
commented 2017-03-30 19:03:41 -0400
TAMMIE PUTINSKI-ZANDBELT commented 2 days ago
THE TREE, What kind of tree are you? I somehow think you are NOT a Gharqad! (Boxthorn tree) What’s a Gharqad you ask, see below.
Found in the Hadith Sahih Muslim Book 41 : 6985
Abu Huraira reported Allah’s Messenger (may peace be upon him) as saying: The last hour would not come unless the Muslims will fight against the Jews and the Muslims would kill them until the Jews would hide themselves behind a stone or a tree and a stone or a tree would say: Muslim, or the servant of Allah, there is a Jew behind me; come and kill him; but the tree Gharqad would not say, for it is the tree of the Jews.
commented 2017-03-30 18:41:18 -0400
Sorry Jack Cloverbale, I called you Tree. But aren’t you using a new alias as per last night’s Ezra Levant Show? Anyway, you cannot remove the fact you are an Occidental Dissent member.
commented 2017-03-30 18:26:02 -0400
“If a tree falls in the forest, does anybody hear?” by Bruce Cockburn
commented 2017-03-30 18:03:52 -0400
Hey Tree,
Would you mind elaborating on your theory so I can pick it apart and show you just how stupid you are?
commented 2017-03-30 18:02:27 -0400
Tree, go back to your Occidental Dissent buddies.
commented 2017-03-30 17:57:46 -0400
The Greeks held a referendum a couple of years ago whereby a full 71% of the population said no to the terms set forth by the E.U. The ruling S.Y.R.I.Z.A (which is an abbreviation for ‘coalition of the radical left’) not days after, ignored the people’s will and capitulated to the E.U. fully and completely, thus selling out their country to the vipers Junker and Merkel.
I think the migrant crisis was a planned move by Brussels, they knew the will of the citizens and feared Grexit, thus they flooded the islands with the garbage of Islam knowing full well that tourism was the biggest industry. All part of their evil plan.

It is also interesting to note, the biggest tax evaders in Greece for the last twenty years were all the German companies situated there. That is a fact!

Zei toh Hellas !
commented 2017-03-30 17:42:37 -0400
Wow! This article is evidence that even the Rebel has been infiltrated by Russian propagandists.