Greece/Deep state

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AbbreviationEL/DS
The Greek deep state

The Greek deep state is not well documented.


History

19th Century

1920s

From the 1920s to the early 1950s, the arms manufacturer Prodromos Bodosakis-Athanasiadis had the leadership of the country in his pocket.[citation needed]

WW2

Greece was invaded by Germany in 1941. In that year an assessment by the Director of National Intelligence[Who?][citation needed] termed Prodromos Bodosakis-Athanasiadis a "thoroughly disreputable character, by some considered the most dangerous of all the Greeks". The OSS recruited him in 1942.

In 1944, Operation Gladio was set up Greece. The Greek Stay Behind was known as 'Red Sheep' (Κόκκινη Προβιά), and later installed a military dictatorship in the 1960s.

1950s

Józef Retinger consulted Panagiotis Pipinelis when setting up the Bilderberg.

1960s

Panagiotis Pipelinis became Greek Prime Minister in 1963.

Coup d'etat

On 21 April 1967, weeks before the scheduled elections, a group of right-wing army officers led by Brigadier General Stylianos Pattakos and Colonels George Papadopoulos and Nikolaos Makarezos seized power in a coup d'état. The coup leaders gained control of the Athens by placing tanks in strategic positions around the city. At the same time, a large number of small mobile units were dispatched to arrest leading politicians, authority figures, and ordinary citizens suspected of left-wing sympathies, according to lists prepared in advance.

1970s

1980s

Kostas Karras attended all the Bilderbergs from 1979 to 1997

On 1 March 1988, "terrorists" shot dead Alexander J. Athanassiades, whose uncle Bodossaki Athanassiades attended the 1965 Bilderberg.

1990s

21st Century

2000s

2010s

2020s

Greece was compliant in the COVID-19 event.

People

No Greeks are known to have attended Le Cercle.[1]


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