Tuesday, October 25, 2016

Vulgar anticommunist delirium from New Democracy's vice president Georgiadis

He is known for his far-right, nationalistic political views. A publisher, tv presenter and bookstore owner by profession, Adonis Georgiadis is the current vice president of the conservative party of "New Democracy".

He started his political career from the ultra-right, neofascist and xenophobic "Laos" party, under the leadership of Giorgos Karatzaferis. As a very frequent guest at TV political talk shows, Georgiadis never hide his vulgar, grotesque anticommunism. 
In a recent speech in the island of Chios, the VP of New Democracy unleashed another anticommunist delirium saying, among other things: "If you go to any place of the world, when you say that you are a communist you go to jail. In Greece, it's the opposite that happens".
Regarding Georgiadis' filthy remarks, the Press Office of the CC of the Communist Party of Greece (KKE) issued the following comment:
"The New Democracy's vice president Ad.Georgiadis, not only resorts to an anticommunist delirium of previous decades, but even comes to the point to promote- in the name of democracy- the authoritarian fascist practices of countries with the EU eulogies, which prohibit the existence of communist parties and prosecute the communist ideology.
It is obvious that this delirium is borne by the leadership of New Democracy, as it has- among other things- as an aim to give to SYRIZA communist characteristics, which everyone knows that it hasn't, thus exercising a convenient criticism for the preservation of the bipolar-bipartite game".