Greek leftist economist Takis Fotopoulos, who resides in London, has suggested in a recent opinion article, published in the Greek newspaper “Eleutherotypia”, that the videos of the beheadings of ISIS-captives in Iraq are deliberately over-accentuated by the mass media, in order to draw our attention away from the bigger massacre in Gaza and cause Islamophobia as a counterbalance to the rise of Anti-Zionism.
Fotopoulos has also suggested that there is an “international Zionist Elite”, who aims at imposing “fascist anti-racist bills” everywhere and also in Greece. Fotopoulos argues that these “fascist bills” aim at incriminating those who deny that the Jewish Holocaust isn’t the one and only Genocide in History, despite the fact that it is very likely that the Armenian Genocide and the American Indian Genocide have been much more extensive.
[Update: The author of this article has contacted us yesterday and accused us of deliberately distorting his writings. He wants also to consider legal action against us. We have proceeded in some changes in our post, in order to reproduce his writings much more accurately. Yet this changes nothing to the initial content of our post. We still believe that such conspiracy theories have no place in the mainstream European and Greek Medias.]