Mordet på Pavlos Fyssas var planerat.

En avhoppad medlem i Gyllene gryning beskriver en paramilitär organisering, med band till polisen i Nikaia där Fyssas mördades och order om attacker som utgår från partihögkvarteret. Det är en oroande bild avhopparen ger.

Partichefen i mitten och Yannis Lagos till vänster på bilden.

En gammal medlem anger namn och information om Gyllene grynings stormtrupp i Nikaia. Han säger att Pavlos Fyssas mördare var biträdande chef i stormtruppen och att den unge 34-årige mannen blev ett mål på grund av hans antifascistiska aktivitet. Avhopparen namnger stormtruppens chef och vilken parlamentsledamot som informeras om varje aktion så att partichefen självs kan ge grönt ljus.

I intervjun som publicerats i tidningen Ethnos, säger avhopparen att Gyllene grynings stormtrupp i Nikaia (i Atens stadsdel Pireus) lyder under Giorgos Patelis som står under överinseende av Ioannis Lagos, parlamentsledamot för Gyllene gryning.

Pavlos Fyssas – mördad av nazisterna

-Patelis sa till oss att vi måste ges OK av Lagos som informerade chefen (GG:s partichef Michaloliakos). Vare sig det handlade om att anta slagord eller ”roa” oss med en pakistansk invandrare skulle Patelis och Lagos först informeras, påstår avhopparen.

Han förklarar också att stormtruppen i Nikaia är en hierarkisk struktur uppbyggd som en paramilitär kriminell organisation. Han säger också att stormtruppens ledning håller till i Gyllene grynings partilokaler. Därifrån utgår alla order om attacker mot invandrare och andra aktioner. Där förvaras också de vapen som ”försvinner” om man väntar besök av polisen.  

Avhopparen säger också att de förvarnas om polisens nedslag eftersom en polis på stationen i Nikaia är medlem i partiet och ger information till lokalorganisationen. Polisen ser också till att ”skydda” all som tas på bar gärning.

När det gäller mordet på Pavlos Fyssas säger han: ”Jag vet att de var ute efter honom eftersom han sjöng antifascistiska låtar. I en del av dem förolämpade han medlemmar i Gyllene gryning.”

Yannis Lagos i parlementet.

Vad gäller mobiliseringen av partiets medlemmar den fatala natten och till frågan om vilka som kontaktades från kaféet på P.Tsaldarigatan säger han: ”Det var Patelis. Alla har hans telefonnummer. Den som ringde kontaktade endera Patelis eller någon som informerade Patelis. Han i sin tur har kontaktat Lagos som i sin tur informerat partichefen Michaloliakos. Under hela den tid jag var medlem i lokalorganisationen i Nikaia var det så man sa att det fungerade”

Översättning från webbsidan A l’Encontre av Benny Åsman

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Nazisterna mördar grekisk rappare.

Rapparen Pavlos Fyssas mördades av de grekiska nazisterna i Gyllene Gryning. Här under följer ett avsked och hyllning till den unge anti-fascisten av hans vän Leonidas.

For Pavlos: the antifa rapper killed by Golden Dawn

by Leonidas Oikonomakis on September 18, 2013

For Pavlos,

I still remember the last concert we gave in Athens as Social Waste back in 2005. It took place at the legendary “An Club” in Exarchia and we shared the stage with Rhymeshot, the new band at the time of Killah P.

– “We are not ready Pavlo, we’d better not perform, we haven’t done rehearsals for a long time.

– “No, no! In our first concert I want you guys there! C’mon!”

At the time Pavlos was 26 years old, and I was 23. We had met at Freestyle Productions, a socio-political hip-hop production team that was formed around Active Member, the country’s biggest hip-hop band. As we shared similar political beliefs and respect for each other we became friends, and we remained so even after we both left Freestyle Productions.

Pavlos was from a working class suburb of Piraeus and, like all the kids born and raised there, he was a fan of Olympiakos (“..and Proodeftiki!” he would add!) — another thing we had in common and that brought us close. I remember we always used to hang out in the demonstrations being organized in Athens and elsewhere at the time, often marching together in the same formation. Pavlos was always present in the social struggles of his time and his generation, and he tried to contribute to them through his music and lyrics as well.

Time passed. I left Greece and now when I return I very rarely spend time in Athens. We lost contact but I was always learning his news from common friends. I heard he had opened up a small taverna in his neighborhood and I kept following his songs and activities from abroad.

And last night, after watching the game of my — and Pavlos’ — favorite team over the Internet, I kept browsing the web when the news came up: “Antifascist stabbed by neo-Nazis in Amfiali. It all took place after the game of Olympiakos-PSG”. I kept following the thread as the news slowly kept coming in, and then I read it:

“The antifascist young man is dead. His name was Pavlos Fissas, known in the hip hop circles as Killah P…

I froze.

I don’t even know why I am writing these lines right now… Or maybe I do know. Because a young man died tonight, a young man who happened to be a friend of mine, stabbed to death by a neo-Nazi squad whose members today are inside the Greek Parliament and who seem to be enjoying great popular support. And all this has a reason: the rise of fascism in Greece is a direct result of the austerity policies that have driven the people here into extreme levels of poverty, marginalization and insecurity, providing fertile ground for the neo-Nazis of Golden Dawn who promise them national glory in place for economic security.

The neoliberal austerity policies that have brought Greece to this condition are being imposed by the Troika of foreign lenders: the ECB, the IMF, and the EU, and implemented by the servile government of this country.

Both the Troika and the Greek government have chosen to turn a blind eye to the murderous actions of Golden Dawn. They know about it — it’s not that they don’t. But as long as the austerity measures are voted through Parliament and the debt is repaid, the Troika is happy. At the same time, Antonis Samaras’ ruling right-wing party views Golden Dawn supporters as “their own people”, and even the Prime Minister himself regularly adopts Golden Dawn’s hate speech, especially when it comes to matters of immigration.

None of this is new. It has been going on for three years now while the social and economic conditions in the country steadily worsen, sending more and more people into the violent arms of Golden Dawn. Neither is Pavlos the only victim of this murderous squad. Just one year ago, a 27-year-old Pakistani immigrant Shehzad Luqman was also stabbed to death by these neo-Nazis, while numerous others have been seriously injured in the past years. And the police — many of whom are Golden Dawn supporters — are turning a blind eye as well. Now, after the immigrants’, it was Pavlos’ turn. And tomorrow? Whose will it be?

And how much longer will you be turning a blind eye?

Goodbye Pavlo.

And be sure… No Pasaran!

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