The rise of Greece's extreme right wing Golden Dawn Party
Air Date: Oct 09, 2012 12:00 AM ET
On the surface, they appear to be a political party on the rise going from point-4-percent of the popular vote to 12-percent support in less than three years. The Golden Dawn party of Greece is populist, religious, increasingly entrenched in poorer neighbourhoods and according to some of those tracking it ... alarmingly Fascist. Its members wear black t-shirts emblazoned with an emblem that has been likened to a Swastika. For about a month, it has had an office in Canada. Today, we're asking about Golden Dawn.
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