YSEE shared on May 8 a photo of little Antiochos‘ naming ceremony in Athens. As expected, anti-Hellenic comments were not long in coming. While some Romioi made fun of the Hellenic religion, others did not miss the opportunity to make comments like «fascism make us laugh» or write something about «expired pharmaceuticals.»
Again: all these comments were reactions to a photo depicting a joyful moment, the naming ceremony of a little child. Anti-Hellenism is a vital part of modern Greek society. Hellenes have learned to deal with it, but attacking the naming ceremony of a baby boy is an entirely different thing – it’s barbaric, disgusting and an expression of a sick personality.
Attack us, if you dare, we’re adults and can take it, but if your pathetic cowardice drives you to go after children, you should be ready for what’s coming. We will never stop fighting anti-Hellenism, no matter where it comes from, and never make peace with it. We stand with Antiochos and his family. Your people are with you.
At the end we also want to congratulate Antiochos on his naming ceremony.
Our congratulations, little man. We wish you joy, happines and especially good health.
May the gods of our ethnos always protect and guide you – to courage, reason and arete.
ΕΣΤΩΣΑΝ ΟΙ ΘΕΟΙ ΠΡΟΣΤΑΤΑΙ ΤΟΥ ΑΝΤΙΟΧΟΥ!
THE GODS ARE THE PROTECTORS OF ANTIOCHOS!