When we set foothold in the Parliament with a 6.92% of Greeks supporting us, we knew that we would quickly grow. Why?? Not because of the abstract concept of Capitalism->Crisis->"Fascism" as some people like to believe. We saw who the true fascists were when they tried to outlaw a democratically elected party. When they harassed our members and voters by calling 440.894 Greeks the most degrading and insulting names in National TV. When they ignored constitutional laws that forced TV channels to give us a chance to declare our ideology.When they enforce anti-Greek brainwashing programs in schools to make students hate their heritage. When the "Socialists" and the Capitalists, the two sworn "enemies" forged an alliance against us.
So if not the Crisis, what led to Golden Dawn's rise??
The Crisis had its role, sure. Capitalism will lead to crisis that should remind us the need for Socialism. This is why the League of Radical Left (SYRIZA) also had a tremendous growth, like the Social Nationalists did. But then, within those few months that have passed since the elections, the People saw what their "Socialism" is. A mess that involves "revolutionary" speeches, "solidarity" with words, defending immigrant "workers" that only seek to spread Islamism, "wealth redistribution" that is nowhere to be found. Even their own MP's acknowledge that they can't govern this place. So what choice did the People had?? They could just vote the liberal parties again. Thankfully, they weren't fooled by the "Left/Right" pseudo-dilemma, and chose the Third Option. We could act like they do, speak about how ineffective (or effective, for the International Zionists) the memorandum is. But we went on to preach REAL socialism. Revolutionary activism on the streets and neighborhoods. Exposing traitorous politicians. Solidarity among the Greeks, with actions and not words. The promise to use the natural wealth of our Nation that the post-dictatorship parties ignore with ease. We grew not because the people decided to vote a new party just for the sake of it. We've proven our worth.
This is why this poll, that asks the Greeks what Party they believe forms the best opposition against the State of the Memorandum in the Parliament, places us in the highest place.