Tag Archives: greece

A call for solidarity with the occupied Vio.Me factory

We continue to share, in the english language, news and reflections on the Vio.Me factory occupation-coorperative, in Thessaloniki; on this occasion, a call for solidarity, as the occupation is once again threatened with appropriation.   The Vio.Me occupation resists as an example … Continue reading

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In solidarity: Rouvikonas

Posted with the Anarchist Communist Group … Solidarity with Rouvikonas (group-member of Anarchist Federation – Greece) STATEMENT AGAINST REPRESSION OF RESISTANCE IN GREECE After being identified following the attack on the Parliament, on May 21st – an action in support … Continue reading

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In the realm of violence: The State and law

Overlapping analyses of State violence, with greece as the laboratory …

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In solidarity with the okupied social centres/squats of Athens

In a series of police operations in Athens, over the last ten days, four okupied social centres were cleared, including two that provided autonomous, self-managed housing for migrants. The objective is clear: to discipline rebellious segments of the population (most … Continue reading

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Lessons from greece: The war on dissidence

From the CrimethInc. Collective (19/03/2019) … Putting Ideas on Trial: The Greek State’s Laboratory of Repression – An Interview with Nikos Romanos, Imprisoned Anarchist After several failed attempts across Europe to frame anarchists and other anti-authoritarians with conspiracy and terrorism charges, the … Continue reading

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Love and revolution: A film by Yannis Youlountas

We share below Yannis Youlountas most recent documentary film-testimony of struggles for autonomy in greece.  In letting those who are directly engaged in these struggles speak for themselves, his work offers a glimpse of what served as a title for … Continue reading

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For Katarina Gogou

… we convalescents still need art, it is another kind of art – a mocking, light, fleeting, divinely untroubled, divinely artificial art that, like a bright flame, blazes into an unclouded sky! Above all: an art for artists, only for artists! Friedrich … Continue reading

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Creating autonomies in greece: Voices from the capitalist wilderness

Theodoros Karyotis’ essay “The Right to the City in an Age of Austerity”, focusing on greek urban-political struggles in the period of 2008 and after, allows us to conceive of what a radical politics might look like beyond the indigenous-capitalist … Continue reading

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Autonomous well-being: Self-organising health care in Exarcheia

It is far more important to know what person the disease has than what disease the person has. Hippocrates Revolution begins in the everyday, in the constitution-resistance of autonomous, self-managed social relations in the many spheres of life that make … Continue reading

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The struggle with migrants is a struggle against State-Capital

As a complement to our most recent post, a call for support from the Steki Social Centre in Thessaloniki, we publish an interview with Tasos Sagris from Void Network, for the radio program This Is Hell (u.s.a.), along with a video from sub.Media’s Trouble series entitled Refugees Welcome:Creating Solidarity … Continue reading

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