By Ioanne K. Lekea

This publication makes use of a cross-disciplinary method of learn the construction, improvement, ideology, and perform of the Marxist terrorist staff 17N.

• presents an in-depth research of the organization's manifestos and the way they correlated with 17N's ideology and the practices the crowd used

• Analyzes even if 17N had ethical and moral precept principles as a gaggle or have been little greater than an outspoken team of criminals

• provides 3 appendixes: 17N operations and their leads to chronological order; 17N manifestos in chronological and thematic order; and 17N arrest milestones

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The political parties are equally guilty of the running situation, as it is mentioned in the Proclamation of November 11, 1988: These people, guilty and accomplices up to the neck in the slime of theft, deception and corruption are asking for purification and cleansing!!! . The left-wing MPs72 of the Communist Party of Greece as well as the other left parties are equally accomplices in that . . The slime of corruption that has taken the Parliament by storm did not leave them untouched. Which Parliamentary examination committee are they then talking about?

2 R The Right to Resort to Revolutionary Action through the Eyes (and the Texts) of 17N In this chapter, we will examine whether 17N states in its texts specific principles on the grounds of which they choose and plan their operations. Studying the texts of 17N and grouping their arguments, one notes that the principles the organization takes into account are similar contextwise and could be likened to the principles of just war theory1 that is traditionally applied to the military. If one tried to explain why these principles are present in 17N’s texts, he or she could initially say that maybe this is due to practical reasons, as 17N is in “war” supporting the argument that armed violence should be used against the system and the enemies of the Greek people, so what could be more natural than connecting these thoughts with armed violence that the military practices to fight against its enemies?

We accept them though as a small indication with the aforementioned remark and reservation. In conditions that are unfavourable for us and without any real election campaign, the invalid and null votes grow by a factor of over two to 57,372 (0,9%) in ’85 to 147,918 (2,22%). We believe that only a small part of them do not belong to the revolutionary school of thought and 17N, since we have made clear what these votes would mean. . Overall thus either as invalid— null or as not going to vote, the votes for the revolutionary branch and 17N as 34 17N’s Philosophy of Terror the leading force of that political end of the spectrum were up to 4 to 5%, according to the election result of 18 June.

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