Thursday, April 3, 2014

Cabinet Secretary Baltakos Confesses Conspiracy Against Golden Dawn – Samaras Must Resign! Video

The above taped conversation between Cabinet Secretary of parliament Panayiotis Baltakos and Ilias Kasidiaris exposes what we’ve known all along: the Samaras-Venizelos Junta have conspired with the Greek judicial system to politically persecute Golden Dawn!
The explosive unveiling of corruption, dissolving of the separation of powers, and politically motivated violations of the Greek constitution have led to the private whistle-blower Baltakos being forced to resign, along with his son walking into the Greek parliament and physically assaulting 3 Golden Dawn parliament members under the watchful eyes of the police, who allowed him to enter and leave undisturbed due to his father’s powerful position.

The conversation implicates Samaras’ underlings Justice Minister Haralambos Athanassiou and Minister Of Public Order Nikos Dendias as key figures in influencing prosecutors and the Greek courts to frame Golden Dawn and overstep constitutional boundaries in the kangaroo court. With N. Michaloliakos, C. Pappas, and Y. Lagos sitting in prison despite being innocent men, the resignation of Baltakos is not even the minimum of what measures should be taken.
Baltakos confessed the inner workings of Greece’s elites and their motives. Samaras was, on behalf of the European Union and international Zionist groups, urged to override constitutional boundaries to repress Golden Dawn, which he wound up doing in order to discourage the massive desertion of voters from New Democracy to Golden Dawn.  Perjury, nepotism, corruption, cronyism, international financial interests and the system’s need to preserve the Memorandum/Austerity have all factored into this crackdown on Golden Dawn, and the Greek people have thus lost even more confidence in the ruling elites.
In the wake of this scandal, Golden Dawn demands the immediate resignation of the Samaras-Venizelos junta and for national, free elections, in order to heal the wounds of the nation.