The opening of the Corfu Golden Dawn offices in P. Konstantas street (and the accompanying anti-fascist demonstrations) took place under unprecedented security and police supervision: over 100 men from ELAS of all services (DIAS, Safety, Traffic, OPKE etc.) surrounded the offices with police vehicles and dozens of law enforcement in surrounding streets.
Anti-fascist demonstrations also vented their wrath on the island's other fascist organizations, Syriza and ANTARSYA.
I myself have long suffered from my fascist neighbours, the Palis, and their unambiguous signs all along my border fence taunt me daily, as do Sofia, Maria and son Robbo's threatening shouts. With a branch office of their favourite office actually in Corfu town, it shouldnt be long before the lads are invited round chez Pali and some fun and games chucking rocks down on San Luca.
Irony note: just the other night, I was waiting for my belovèd Caroline to collect some phone chargers so i went out to rake leaves to await. Hearing the lonesome sound of rake on gravel, the neighbors must have reckoned I was alone and prime for some aggro. I kept thinking, 'Keep it up, because the Avenging Furie be here soon and then you'll cop it.'
She didnt come, no need, but zut alors! What fun if she had. And with the Captain and his steely blue-eyed gaze and no-nonsense cutlasses in both holsters? Posse from Hell. Cavalry from Calvary.
Here are some comments in response to my posting on Facebook Grapevine, and my apologies for being able to reproduce the actual page with names and faces. I am working to anonymise the whole thing. But interesting to see the reactions and assumptions.