U.S. Condemns Violence in Greece

U.S. Condemns Violence in Greece

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2009_0925_state_department_mFollowing incidents of bombs placed outside the homes of journalists and shots being fired at the political party office of Prime Minister Antonis Samaras in Greece, the United States has condemned the growing number of political violence outbreaks in the country, State  Department spokesman Victoria Nuland said.

When asked about the “terrorist attacks” against journalists in Greece and the offices of the current ruling party of New Democracy, Nuland stressed that “we obviously condemn the recent violence in Greece.”

Moreover, the State Department spokesman called on Greek citizens to express their views “in peaceful protests,” adding that, “There is never an excuse for them to resort to violence.”

  • AlexBC

    Hilarious. The US with 50% of the world military spending, that invaded a country for non-existence WMDs, that resorted to war crimes by torturing of Prisoners of War and never prosecuting the perps, lecturing about “resorting to violence”.

    Well FU Victoria Nuland, I condemn the US government, our alleged alies, for years of interfering in both our internal and external politics.

    a. stop manipulative supporting leftist ngos in Greece that manipulatively try to equate illegals to immigrants. Leftist and anarchists extremsits groups are behind the vast majority of violence in greece and frankly are directly responsible for the counter reaction of rightwing extremism.

    b. Stop colluding with the former Yugoslavians not only openly threatning our soverign borders but tyring to usurp our identity.

    I thought America was a principled friend of Greece but lately it seems some Ameircans are behaving like the cold communist tyrants we fought together against.

    “This (US) Government considers talk of Macedonian “nation”, Macedonian
    “Fatherland”, or Macedonia “national consciousness” to be
    unjustified demagoguery representing no ethnic nor political reality, and sees
    in its present revival a possible cloak for aggressive intentions against
    Greece” – US State Department Dec, 1944 (Foreign Relations Vol. VIII
    Washington D.C. Circular Airgram – 868.014/26)