Greece: 5 Instances Where Small Radical Groups Wreak Havoc

Vandalism from left to right at Saudi Embassy, Athens, Metro Station, Athens, University of Macedonia, Thessaloniki


The sense of disorder in Greece is gathering pace, as a small leftist minority disrupts life and destroys public and private property, on a daily basis.

The incidents of unlawful behaviour are so common, that many go unreported by the mainstream media.

On Thursday alone, the Greek Reporter counted at least five cases of vandalism and other unlawful behaviour in public places.

The worrying aspect is that the police has not made a single arrest.

List of incidents on Thursday:

Anarchists belonging to the Rouvikonas group vandalized the building of the Saudi Embassy in Athens.

Masked men stormed the premises of University of Macedonia in Thessaloniki and destroyed the Christmas decorations among other equipment.

Masked men destroyed the ticket machines at Panepistimio metro station in Athens.

Demonstrators invaded and occupied the local headquarters of SYRIZA at Patra.

The communist affiliated union PAME blocked the industrial zone in Thessaloniki.

And it’s only 6 p.m. local time…