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Σάββατο, 14 Δεκέμβριος 2019 18:26

Erich Mielke


4η θητεία στο υπουργείο Προστασίας του Πολίτη για Μιχάλη Χρυσοχοΐδη - Μεσημεριανό Δελτίο | OPEN TV


Erich Mielke and Michalis Chrisochoidis United


Erich Mielke

Erich Fritz Emil Mielke (German: [ˈeːʁɪç ˈmiːlkə]; 28 December 1907 – 21 May 2000) was a German communist official who served as head of the East German Ministry for State Security (Ministerium für Staatsicherheit), better known as the Stasi, from 1957 until shortly after the fall of the Berlin Wall in 1989.

A native of Berlin and a second-generation member of the Communist Party of Germany, Mielke was one of two triggermen in the 1931 murders of Berlin Police Captains Paul Anlauf and Franz Lenck. After learning that a witness had survived, Mielke escaped prosecution by fleeing to the Soviet Union, where he was recruited into the NKVD. He was one of the key figures in the Great Purge as well as the disbandment of the International Brigade during the Spanish Civil War.

Following the end of World War II, Mielke returned to the Soviet Zone of Occupied Germany, which he helped organize into a Marxist-Leninist satellite state under the Socialist Unity Party (SED), later becoming head of the Stasi; according to John Koehler, he was "the longest serving secret police chief in the Soviet Bloc".

The Stasi under Mielke has been called the "most pervasive police state apparatus ever to exist on German soil." In a 1993 interview, Holocaust survivor and Nazi hunter Simon Wiesenthal has said that, if one considers only the oppression of their own people, the Stasi under Mielke "was much, much worse than the Gestapo."

During the 1950s and '60s, Mielke led the Landwirtschaftliche Produktionsgenossenschaft of East Germany's family-owned farms, which sent a flood of refugees to West Germany. In response, Mielke oversaw the construction of the Berlin Wall and co-signed orders to shoot all East Germans who were attempting to defect. He also oversaw the creation of pro-Soviet secret police and insurgencies in Western Europe, Latin America, Africa, and the Middle East.

In addition to his role as head of the Stasi, Mielke was also a General in the National People's Army (Nationale Volksarmee), and member of the SED's ruling Politburo. Dubbed "The Master of Fear" (German: der Meister der Angst) by the West German press, Mielke was one of the most powerful men in East Germany. After German reunification, Mielke was prosecuted, convicted, and incarcerated for the 1931 murders of Paul Anlauf and Franz Lenck. He was released early due to ill health, and died in a Berlin nursing home in 2000.



Michalis Chrisochoidis

Michalis Chrisochoidis (Greek: Μιχάλης Χρυσοχοΐδης, born 31 October 1955 in Nisi, Imathia)[1] is a Greek politician and former member of the Hellenic Parliament for the Panhellenic Socialist Movement (PASOK). He served as Minister for the Economy, Competitiveness and Shipping (2010), Minister for Regional Development and Competitiveness (2010–2011), Minister for Development, Competitiveness and Shipping (2011–2012) and Minister for Infrastructure, Transport and Networks (2013–2015). He is the incumbent Minister for Citizen Protection, having previously served in the role on three separate occasions (1999–2003, 2009–2010 and 2012).



Since 22/11/2019 I sent to Greece’s minister for citizens protection Mr. Michalis Chrisochoidis legal evidence (including information about at least seven murder cases), according to my opinion, sufficient to identify and legally persecute the Greek part of the NATOic terrorist secret army Gladio; and I requested my innocent mother’s, Olga Bompolas, rescuing and fleeing to Sweden (she is kept hostage and she is being tortured due to hers being an eyewitness of Gladio’s crimes related to, crimes related to children’s organs harvesting, to involuntary human experimentation and to the “psychiatric” genocide.

Until now, 14/12/2019, 17:00 there has been no reply at all from Mr. Chrisochoidis. This fact combined with the undeniable fact that a dictatorship is, currently, rulling Greece leads me to the following conclusion:

Mr. Michalis Chrisochoidis though is equally criminal with the former leader of GDR’s Stasi, Erich Mielke, he is actually worst than him because, Mr. Chrisochoidis is also a hypocrite.

During his long participation to the dictatorial governments in Greece, innumerable innocent civiliance have been murdered; tortured; robbed; displaced; and in many ways destroyed. On his hands lays the blood of innocents. And he is an exemplar traitor and a disgrace for the Greek Nation and for the entire human kind. Unavoidably, the time shall come when, he shall be held accountable for his crimes in courts and he shall be irreversibly placed in History’s most dirty cesspit.


Christos Boumpoulis