That is how Dr Joseph Farrell describes Greece’s recent stand against more robbery by the European Union-IMF-World Bank gang of plunderers. He begins his remarks on Greece at about the 4:06 mark of this video.
Here is a bit of background on the ancient Battle of Salamis to help put things in proper view:
The Battle of Salamis . . . was fought between an Alliance of Greek city-states and the Persian Empire in 480 BC, in the straits between the mainland and Salamis, an island in the Saronic Gulf near Athens. It marked the high-point of the second Persian invasion of Greece, which had begun that spring.
To block the Persian advance, a small force of Greeks blocked the pass of Thermopylae, while an Athenian-dominated Allied navy engaged the Persian fleet in the nearby straits of Artemisium. In the resulting Battle of Thermopylae, the rearguard of the Greek force was annihilated, whilst in the Battle of Artemisium the Greeks had heavy losses and retreated after the loss at Thermopylae. This allowed the Persians to conquer Boeotia and Attica. The Allies prepared to defend the Isthmus of Corinth whilst the fleet was withdrawn to nearby Salamis Island.
Although heavily outnumbered, the Greek Allies were persuaded by the Athenian general Themistocles to bring the Persian fleet to battle again, in the hope that a victory would prevent naval operations against the Peloponessus. The Persian king Xerxes was also anxious for a decisive battle. As a result of subterfuge on the part of Themistocles, the Persian navy sailed into the Straits of Salamis and tried to block both entrances. In the cramped conditions of the Straits the great Persian numbers were an active hindrance, as ships struggled to maneuver and became disorganized. Seizing the opportunity, the Greek fleet formed in line and scored a decisive victory.
Xerxes then retreated to Asia with much of his army, leaving Mardonius to complete the conquest of Greece. However, the following year, the remainder of the Persian army was decisively beaten at the Battle of Plataea and the Persian navy at the Battle of Mycale. Afterwards the Persians made no more attempts to conquer the Greek mainland. These battles of Salamis and Plataea thus mark a turning point in the course of the Greco-Persian wars as a whole; from then onward, the Greek poleis would take the offensive. . . .
Source: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Battle_of_Salamis, posted 23 Jan. 2015, accessed 17 Feb. 2015
Souðerners, being admirers and imitators of many aspects of ancient Greek culture, will hopefully once again look agreeably upon the Greeks, ancient and modern, and stand up (peacefully) against the corrupt, thieving, bloody, and oppressive Empire on our own shores, in Washington City, when we have matured sufficiently spiritually to conduct ourselves in a God-pleasing way as a free country.