In the film, Alexandros Plomaritis, a 44-year-old who ran for parliament for the party in last year's election, said: "We are ready to open the ovens. We will turn them into soap ... to wash cars and pavements. We will make lamps from their skin."
Foci for Analysis: "Some version of this is happening in almost every European country, even the most progressive ones."
Some version of this is happening in almost every European country
Maybe just figure out a way to give jobs to and improve the quality of life of the majority of Greek citizens would be enough to neutralize these creeps.
That would require civil war, and, most importantly, an organized, militarized opposition to Golden Dawn. A bunch of foreigners just going to Greece and fighting a Greek political party (however heinous) in the streets is unlikely to elicit much sympathy from common Greeks, and might well give ammunition to Golden Dawn itself.
Ironically, in Germany people bitch about countries who don't "deserve" to be in the EU, like Greece.
(Turkey would be a good replacement)
Milgram's study ... they're not generalizable to people outside of their original cultural context (the US a few decades ago).
Over 15 years ago E.O. Wilson said in a book that the two biggest issues we would confront in our immediate future would be many (1)immigrants leaving home countries in search of better opportunities for their families; and (2)wars for drinkable water.
What? VAT doesn't work like that. It's basically a sales tax, where only the consumer, the last link in the chain, is paying the 23%.
delmoi: "The Value Added tax is supposed to apply at each link in the chain, to the increase in value added at that stage."
exquisite_deluxe: "Shit like that would be totally illegal in North America as being hate propaganda."
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