Far-right party vows to go on with chil­dren’s classes

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Golden Dawn spokesman Ilias Ka­sidiaris said yes­ter­day that the far-right party would con­tinue pro­vid­ing lessons for chil­dren de­spite the neg­a­tive com­ments that ac­com­pa­nied news that the neo-Nazis had held its first “na­tional aware­ness” tu­to­rial for school­child­ren over the week­end. On its web­site, Golden Dawn said that more than 20 chil­dren aged 6 to 10 took part in a tu­to­rial at the party’s of­fices in Artemida, east­ern At­tica, on Satur­day. They were taught “Greek ideals” and shown an “ed­u­ca­tional video,” the party said. “Our de­ci­sion to teach Greek mythol­ogy to young fans of Golden Dawn has pro­voked the re­ac­tion of the pup­pets in the me­dia and government,” said Ka­sidiaris. “Un­for­tu­nately for them, we will con­tinue such events with his­tory lessons.”

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