Friday, 20 May 2016

Nationalists remember the Pontian Genocide



The following is quoted by the largest Russian media outlet, RT-

"Hundreds of nationalists, mostly members of the political party Golden Dawn gathered in Akriton Sea Square in the city of Acharnes for National Remembrance Day, to commemorate the day of genocide of Pontic Greeks from the Turks to their historical homeland.

The leader of the Golden Dawn Nikolaos Michaloliakos laid a wreath at the monument in honor of those who died. Speaking publicly o member of the party, Ilias Kasidiaris said he would "resist and fight against them by any means" and "Golden Dawn will not stop. " The people gathered holding Greek flags and flags of the Golden Dawn, sang traditional Pontian songs and at the end of the event lit torches in honor of the hundreds of thousands of victims.

The Pontian Genocide, as is known, took place in the Ottoman Empire during and after World War II, between 1914 and 1922. Some people fled to Russian Empire. Events Memory place on 19 May each year when deported or executed thousands of Greeks, mainly from Pontus, Cappadocia, Ionia and Eastern Thrace. Between 450,000 and 750,000 people are believed to have died during the period. "




























1 comment:

  1. The Mongol Turks who invaded and now occupy the ancient lands of other far older civilisations like the Greek in what they now call Turkey can enjoy their land grabbing spoils for now.Because soon what they have stolen in the last 1000 years will come to an end.They will pay for their crimes against humanity over the centuries.And as it is written in prophecy,it is Russia who will send them to hell.

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