The economic crisis in Greece, deepened by the measures imposed by the Troika, have brought the country into a state of decay. Almost all layers of the population are hit and despair is reigning supreme. The support for the traditional 'moderate' parties is fading away, resulting a a polarization of the society. The missed chances of the radical left resulted in a serious push of fascism. They are increasingly, openly and proudly using violence against migrants. The weakening Greek state and the police force, of which over 50% voted for the fascists, do not intervene. The radical left has the historical responsibility to put forward appealing, radical left policies in order to counter the fascist threat.