Greece: Drug Rep Warns Parliament of Jew Conspiracy

Andrew Anglin
Daily Stormer
October 16, 2015

Le Happy Drug Distributor
Le Happy Drug Distributor

This sort of hard reality is part of the normal discourse in Greece, even while the Jews do their damnedest to completely clampdown all of their systems.


The head of a group representing pharmaceutical firms in Greece warned that a pending bill to open up the country’s drug market to cheap generic drugs was the result of a conspiracy between Germany and Jewish groups.

During Wednesday’s debate in parliament, Dimitris Giannakopoulos, the president of the Hellenic Association of Pharmaceutical Companies, said 11,000 Greek jobs would be lost and blamed the measure on pressure from Jewish groups in order to benefit Israeli generic drug makers.

He called for a parliamentary investigation into the role of former Prime Minister Antonis Samaras, Greek-Israeli businessman Sabi Mionis, and David Harris, the director of the American Jewish Committee, in creating the bill.

Giannakopoulos said the move was also at the behest of German Chancellor Angela Merkel, accusing her of “imposing a contract of death on Greece” and referencing the 2010 takeover of the German generic drug maker Ratiopharm by the Israeli pharmaceutical giant Teva.

Five years ago we said that Israeli companies are hiding behind all this. Whoever is familiar with the sector of medicines and has not yet understood that they are trying to favor the Israeli companies is either stupid or irrelevant, or manipulated,” Giannakopoulos said.

His accusation was echoed later by Nikos Nikolopoulos, a lawmaker from the right-wing Independent Greek party, the junior member of the governing coalition.

Both Israelis and diaspora Jews are heavily involved in the prescription drug industry, and they do what is described here in every country. It’s just that in most countries, you don’t see industry reps talking about it in Parliament.

Last year, Greece won the ADL award for hating the Jews more than any other European country.

Hail Hellas! Great job!
Hail Hellas! Great job!

Greece has suffered in the financial crisis more than any other state. Drastically more. This is not a coincidence.