doesn't their flag remind you of something? Reading their list of "interests" it seems like a group that would cause the BNP to step back and say "hang on, that's going a bit far isn't it?"
According to Greek election exit polls they look like getting a 7% share of the national vote. I don't know what this signifies for Greek politics and the Eurozone, but suspect it's not pretty. Nearly 25% of the vote went to the far left (Syrizia) or far right (Golden Dawn), and over 60% to anti-bailout parties. What with Hollande winning in France, it's looking a bit "interesting" for the Eurozone.
When the markets open this week, it's going to be an entertaining ride.
[Hat tip: Zero Hedge]