Riot rage: Athens protesters throw firebombs, police shoot tear gas (VIDEO, PHOTOS)

If this happen in the USA you might as well line up for a firing squad as you will be shot on site no questions asked by the cartel thugs. Greeks are very brave standing up to the take over of there country.

A rally in the Greek capital turned violent when protesters in Syntagma Square lobbed Molotov cocktails at police, who retaliated by firing tear gas at the demonstrators.

Security forces also reportedly used flashbang grenades and pepper spray to push protesters back from the parliament building. According to Greek newspaper Kathimerin, the police had been ordered to refrain from using chemicals against protesters.

Around 70,000 people, as estimated by Reuters, gathered in front of the parliament for the country’s biggest anti-austerity protest since the new government came to power.

EU, IMF out!” shouted the angry crowd.

For the past two-to-three years we’ve been living an incredible social catastrophe,” one of the protesters told Agence France Presse. “My salary has been cut by 50 percent. I have two children and tomorrow I don’t know if I’ll have a job.

Clashes erupted in different parts of Athens Syntagma Square, with demonstrators throwing fire bombs at police.