To be fair, who hasn’t taken a Nazi to a Greek parliament?

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4 Responses to To be fair, who hasn’t taken a Nazi to a Greek parliament?

  1. Bruce of Newcastle says:

    It’s sort of like a smoking ceremony, in recognition of the heroic WW2 Greek Government. Such a touching historic gesture!

    4th of August Regime

    Greece is fun, since it seems to alternate between corrupt fascist governments and corrupt communist ones. Long time since the Athens of Pericles.

  2. Lee says:

    Everyone a leftist disagrees with or hates is a Nazi.
    Except actual Nazis in the Ukraine.
    Them they cheer on, while denying what they are.

  3. Bruce of Newcastle says:

    Is that anything like denying what the Russian Nazis are also? I was amused by the captured Russian soldier yesterday with the elaborate tattoo on his back. And the Wagner guys have been busy lately too.

    St Petersburg seems to be a bit of a centre for such things. I have no idea why.

    As Tony Abbott said…baddies vs baddies.

  4. C.L. says:

    Pretty much, Bruce.
    A big and dangerous difference, however, is that the Ukrainians – who carried out a well-documented ethnic cleansing war against Russian expatriates for several years – are the only ones being touted as chivalric heroes.

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