J tells me to take a longer look at the notorious clip featuring Mr Golden Dawn, which I confess I didn't finish first time round, but which contains a nice "Veni, vidi, vici" moment:
Caesar's comment allegedly came after defeating the Greek ruler of Pontus (whose hazelnuts inspired our al-bóndigas). I don't think Hitler said anything slighting about the Greeks, so maybe he'd be a better source. Just trying to be helpful.
Hitler quoted Shakespeare, but I believe he left JC for BM. Why?
Does "Golden Dawn" describe the situation when you wake up to find your loved one urinating on you? Crass? Us?
Anyway, here's the latest Greek vid from Human Rights Watch: