The Nationalist Report: Crisis in Greece, Part 1 of 2

March 7, 2010

Mike Conner & Mishko Novosel interview Aris Arion of the Europa Network in a two part series. Part One focuses on modern Greek history. Topics include:

  • Greece during World War Two and during the Greek Civil War
  • Greece’s post-WW2 monetary policy
  • Greece’s entry into the European Economic Community (now the European Union)
  • Greece’s entry into NATO

About Aris Arion

Aris Arion is a journalist and editor of the Greek section of the Europa Network.

13 MB / 32 kbps mono / 0 hour 58 min.

Contact Mike: mike.conner

Contact Mishko: mishko


14 Responses to “The Nationalist Report: Crisis in Greece, Part 1 of 2”

  1. Justin on March 7th, 2010 8:14 pm

    Did you guys know that the hereditary so called leader , Prime Minister Papandreou is a Jew ? Yes from his mothers side. She was or is a Jew from Poland , a Khazarian bitch.

    The info is out there.

  2. Mishko Novosel on March 7th, 2010 8:15 pm

    Justin, I’m pretty sure that’s discussed in part two.

  3. Justin on March 7th, 2010 8:27 pm

    Ok , I just downloaded the podcast , I’ll listen to it now. What a great job you guys are doing , you’re on the ball !

    P.S sent Mike an email regarding same issue with link.

  4. Mishko Novosel on March 7th, 2010 9:03 pm

    Thanks Justin, I just wish we had more people helping out.

  5. MAGNES on March 7th, 2010 10:25 pm

    Good work, gonna listen to it all.

    As far as the Papandreou family, you are
    talking about 3 generations of traitors to
    Ellas, and to the West, from real Communists
    fighting a “civil war” to NWO NGO supported
    subversives answering to the Banker class
    and CIA in the USA. Generation 3 is in power
    now, good luck to Greece. Conservatives in
    Greece or the average kind know what
    this family is about and their history.
    Wouldn’t be surprised to see Jews intermarried
    with their family going back, and maybe they
    are “marranos”, like Simite accused of being a
    Jew in the press even.

  6. Edgardus de la Vega on March 8th, 2010 1:47 am

    Justin: obviously, I don’t know you personally. But I do think your public statements need a bit more adult handling; for it’s no wonder we have a difficult time bringing in more European-Americans onto our side.

    It’s not what you state, but how it is stated. We as European-Americans have as part of our culture, a heritage of civility and cogency via the word.

    Please live by those European traditions bon ami. Thank you.

  7. Skirnir on March 8th, 2010 9:03 am

    Ed, the origin of the word ‘frank’ would disprove your assertion:

    c.1300, from O.Fr. franc “free, sincere, genuine,” from M.L. Franc “a freeman, a Frank,” one of the Germanic people that conquered Celtic Gaul from the Romans c.500 C.E. and called it France, from Frankish *Frank (cf. O.H.G. Franko, O.E. Franca). The connection is that only Franks, as the conquering class, had the status of freemen. Sense of “outspoken” first recorded in English 1540s.

    It is in these times we must be speaking the truth. It is my contention that the demographic that would not be willing to get off their hind quarters and oppose a regime are those who take offence to a word which can be said on the radio.

  8. Edgardus de la Vega on March 8th, 2010 2:39 pm


    En fin, your point is well taken. However, freedom of speech does not have to be coarse or vulgar. There are several ways to frame a character in the negative without resorting to the usual ‘hip-hop’ verbiage.

    The power of reception for the public is language in context and control.

    We [Americans] have this unfortunate tendency to feed the varied opposition with our ‘racing minds’. One most know how to control the speed, in order to be first across the line.

  9. NeoCon Hysteria on March 9th, 2010 6:13 am

    Leftwing Iceland President ‘Ólafur Ragnar Grímsson’ married Israeli Jewess Dorrit Moussaieff in 2000.

    Iceland goes bankrupt in 2008.

  10. Skirnir on March 9th, 2010 6:49 am

    As a term of contempt applied to women, [bitch] dates from c.1400; of a man, c.1500, playfully, in the sense of “dog.”

    This pre-dates hip-hop by about 500 years.

  11. Edgardus de la Vega on March 9th, 2010 5:01 pm


    Obviously true via the historical definition…

    Certain words are periodically arrested by the ruthless pop culture of the moment. Hence, the historical word ‘bitch’ is currently and culturally owned by hip-hop since the late 80′s or early 90′s.

    Is such a word no longer of European possession? For now, it is not given its contemporary association in a seemingly downward European America. Perhaps, the word will once again become re-Europeanised in a future American period.

    Nota bene: if the word ever does become re-Europeanised within our American context, it doesn’t mean we should incessantly ‘flood the forum’ with this word. I humbly suggest that it be used privately as I recall from at least…

    a slightly more well-mannered America of 25+ years ago.


  12. Skirnir on March 9th, 2010 5:19 pm

    What utter nonsense. Heaven forbid one offend his delicate ears! Heaven forbid that we not castrate our tongues to conform with his prudishness! Instead of letting the target audience dictate the presentation, as the grass bends to the winds, rather the presentation must be rigid and stuffy.

    I am quite fond of the Chinese predisposition toward cursing; Lu Xun once called ‘cao ni ma’ (f*** your mother) the ‘national swear’ of China.

    Oh, and ‘bitch’ is of European possession, whatever the cao-ni-ma that means. I posses it on a daily basis, usually on the phone.

  13. Skirnir on March 9th, 2010 5:20 pm

    (wrong swear, the national swear is ta-ma-de, i.e. his mother’s c***, got it mixed up)

  14. Mike Conner on March 9th, 2010 5:44 pm

    Instead of letting the target audience dictate the presentation, as the grass bends to the winds, rather the presentation must be rigid and stuffy.

    I think you have it backwards. It’s actually the presentation that dictates the target audience. Using language like “bitch” will simply mark one as a prole, and limit one’s appeal to a prole audience. There is nothing wrong with proles, to be clear, but VoR is committed to reaching a GENERAL audience, not just a prole one.

    Read Paul Fussell’s classic book Class.

    Edit: No more off-topic comments will be allowed past this point.