The Very Venerable Amvrosios Lenis, metropolitan of Kalavryta and Aigialeia, strongly denounced the new law recently adopted by the Greek Parliament that toughens penalties for "inciting to racial hatred".
The bishop addressed the many faithful of the diocese who had gathered for the one hundredth anniversary of the dedication of the cathedral of the Assumption of the Very Holy Virgin. "Beginning this morning," he warned, with the anti-racist law, whoever speaks to defend our country risks going to prison. Soon, we will be strangers in our own country. I don't know if I will live to see it, but your children will be slaves of the Muslims."