The guy talking in the video is Niko Mihaloliakou, President of Golden Dawn and below is a list of actions that he was either involved in or that he organised (and was officially legally accused of, but was never tried for, because he turned states evidence and received asylum).
26.1.1975: Attack by neo-Nazi extremists members of the group "New Order" at the National Technical University of Athens (the demonstrations and occupation of the university by students and their subsequent slaughter of 30 students when tanks and soldiers were sent in signaled the end of the junta in Greece) leading to the knifing of the student V. Gerogiadi.
16.2.1976: Bomb placed in the offices of the left wing of the Greek Communist Party.
24.3.1976: Hand grenade thrown into an Athens book store and dynamite placed in a suburban office of the Greek Communist Party.
14.9.1976: Weapons cache found in the hands of ex-military supporters of the Metaxas junta in Salonika.
16.12.1976: Mass beating, by junta supporters and police oficers, of reporters covering the funeral of the assassination of the juntas chief torturer E Mallios.
24.12.1976: Bomb placed by the Pan Hellenic National Socialist Organisation explodes in Greek Communist Party offices.
24.1.1977: Package bomb sent to the newspaper offices of "Avgi" by the Pan Hellenic National Socialist Organisation.
4.2.1977: Bomb explosion in an Athens bookstore that sold books, records and traditional products from Bulgaria.
5.2.1977: Three bomb explosions at two suburban offices of the left wing of the Greek Communist Party and one suburban office of the Greek Communist Party.
11.2.1977: Bomb planted at the bookshop "Planet". The neo-Nazi A. Kakkavia had previously issued a warning that he would plant the bomb.
19.2.1977: Bomb blast at the offices of the Cultural Centre of Pagkratio.
24.2.1977: Arrest of A. Kalentsi, A. Kakkavia and E. Christaki for possession of a weapons cache of machine guns, explosives and hand grenades. Kakkavia and Christaki confess to taking part in bombings.
4.3.1977: Bomb planted by Pan Hellenic National Socialist Organisation in the newspaper offices of the Greek Communist Party.
9.3.1977: Arrest of the members of the neo-Nazi organisation "August 4th" D, Iliopoulou and H. Zeikou for possession of firearms.
22.3.1977: Bomb blast destroys the vehicle of the general secratary of the Greek Socialist Democratic Youth D. Ksiritaki.
30.5.1977: Arrest of second lieutenant G. Diamanti for throwing a hand grenade into a bookstore with Bulgarian books. Is condemend to 8 years prison but only serves 5.
8.10.1977: A. Kalentsi is condemned to 12 years prison, A. Kakkavia to 2 years and E. Christaki to 18 months.
9.10.1977: Bomb explosion at the suburban office of the Communist Youth of Greece.
16.10.1977: Fire bombing of the offices of the newspaper "Avgi" by neo-Nazis.
5.3.1978: Bomb explosion at the offices of the magazine "Anti-".
6.3.1978: Bomb explosion at the suburban offices of the left wing of the Greek Communist Party.
10.3.1978: Bomb explosion in the cinema "Elli" during the screening of the Russian movie "Rainbow". 18 people are wounded, 3 of which very seriously.
20.6.1978: Bomb explosion in the cinema "Rex" during the screening of a Russian movie. 13 people are wounded
23.7.1978: A chain of thirteen bomb explosions in Athen and Pireaus during the fourth anniversary of the end of the militray junta.
31.7.1978: Arrest of Niko Mihaloliakou, along with 8 other neo-Nazis, as one of the bombers. They are charged with possession of explosives but not as terrorists (under the anti-terrorism law of 1978).
The guy in the photo below, G. Germenis, is the neo-Nazi thug in the video screaming at the reporters to stand up and honor Niko Mihaloliakou, and is now a democratically elected member of the Greek parliament.
With the eye of wisdom we discover a lot of anger in us, any amount of jealousy, resentment, ignorance, desire - mountains of emotion whose existence we would never have suspected in ourselves... We recognize that most of the faults we perceive in others are only the mirror of our own negativity, the reflection of our own disturbed feelings... At the same time, we relieve the world around us of the burden of our own negative judgements."
Gendun Rinpoche Heart Advice from a Mahamudra Master