Time Bomb Goes Off in Front of Greek Parliament

Andrew Anglin
Daily Stormer
November 24, 2015


This probably wasn’t Moslems. I would base that assumption on both the fact that a call was made beforehand, which Moslems do not do, and that Greeks themselves have a history of blowing things up.

It is not impossible that it was Moslems.


A time bomb exploded outside the building of the Federation of Greek Enterprises, near Parliament in central Athens, police said, causing damage but no injuries.

The nighttime blast occurred early Tuesday in a narrow street outside the federation offices, near Athens’ main Syntagma Square and just 200 meters (yards) from Parliament. Police had cordoned off the area following warning telephone calls made in Greek to two Athens daily newspapers.

There was no immediate claim of responsibility.

Tuesday’s blast smashed windows in several nearby buildings, including a hotel, private apartments, and the Embassy of Cyprus.

Police officers wearing coveralls gathered evidence from the scene for several hours as roads in the area remained closed.