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EPAM AT THE CONFERENCE OF “CAMPAIGN FOR AN INDEPENDENT BRITAIN”

The head of the International Relations sector of the United People’s Front, Leonidas Chrysanthopoulos, along with other members attended the conference and had the chance to discuss on the human rights violation that is taking place in Greece due to the EU austerity measures.

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Athens 1944: Britain’s dirty secret

Not only the so-called Nazis!  We all must know the truth, because history repeats itself.

When 28 civilians were killed in Athens, it wasn’t the Nazis who were to blame, it was the British. Ed Vulliamy and Helena Smith reveal how Churchill’s shameful decision to turn on the partisans who had fought on our side in the war sowed the seeds for the rise of the far right in Greece today.

 

Syria crisis: France and Britain move a step closer to arming rebels

François Hollande appeals to Europe to lift arms embargo at Brussels summit

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The French president, François Hollande, who will force the Syrian situation on to the agenda at the EU summit. Photograph: Thierry Charlier/AFP/Getty Images
 

France and Britain have moved a step closer to arming the opposition to the Assad regime in a radical move aimed at tipping the balance in the two-year civil war while also ignoring European policy on Syria.

The French president, François Hollande, went into an EU summit in Brussels with a dramatic appeal for Europe to join Paris and London in lifting a European arms embargo, but the sudden policy shift was certain to run into stiff German opposition.

“We want the Europeans to lift the embargo,” said Hollande. “Britain and France are agreed on this option … France has to first persuade its European partners. But France also has to accept its responsibilities. We can’t allow a people to be massacred by a regime which has shown that it doesn’t want a political discussion.”

Laurent Fabius, the French foreign minister, called for the EU embargo to be abandoned, declaring that France and Britain would act in concert, as they did in going to war against Colonel Gaddafi’s Libya when Germany joined Russia and China at the UN security council in voting against. (more…)