Every year on May 19, 353,000 victims of the Pontian Genocide are remembered as Martyrs who refused to renounce our Saviour and accept Satanic Islam.
On this day in 1919, Kemal Ataturk, following the directions of the Zionist Anglo/French alliance, landed in the Black Sea coastal city of Samsounda and began a devastating massacre against the ethnic Greeks who had been living in the region known as Pontos for thousands of years.
The Pontian Genocide, although commemorated and remembered separately, was part of the mass annihilation of Asia Minor’s Christian presence that included millions of Armenians, Assyrians and Greeks that took place between 1914 and 1922, ending with the burning in Smyrna in 1922.
Today, His Eminence, Metropolitan Chrysostomos of Attica and Boeotia was the chief celebrant at the memorial event held in the city of Aspropyrgos, Greece.  The whole city including the mayor, the city council, other dignitaries, local organiztions and children from the local schools took part.
Please go to: http://www.imab.gr/index.php/latest-news/894-genoktonia for photos and a description (in Greek) of the event.