Statement by 105FM, Self-organized radio of Mytilene.
Originally published by 105FM, Self-organized radio of Mytilene Facebook page. Translated by Black Cat.
Note: Enough is Enough is not organizing any of these events, we are publishing this text for people across the US and Europe to be able to see what is going on and for documentation only.
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#RefugeesGR Lesvos: Update From Hell
At this moment in Moria the number of unaccompanied minors has reached 350 in a chaos of 7000 people- with that number increasing daily. The majority of unaccompanied minors sleep on the ground in a central tent. Suicidal incidents occur daily – could we understand what this means?
Apart from that, there are thousands of people, families with children, sleeping in summer tents. The southern wind is already becoming stronger. Three unidentified children’s bodies were washed ashore in the last few days which means that there was another parallel story at sea, that nobody could narrate…
Well done, Europe. You ‘ve become wiser. At committing crimes against children –the ones that are truly innocent. Well done people for wanting to call yourselves civilized. The refugee issue is not over. It’s not even began.
105FM, Self-organized radio of Mytilene, November 13, 2017.
Urgent! We need your support to organise and provide mutual aid on Lesvos and in Athens. Please support!
Some of the Enough is Enough team will join Cars of Hope to support refugees on Lesvos and in Athens in December and January. They will arrive on Lesvos at December 17. The work of Cars of Hope is based on mutual aid and one of the groups they will cooperate with on the Greek island is the No Border Kitchen Lesvos crew.
Cars of Hope needs your support for their work with refugees on Lesvos and in Athens. You can support them with direct donations on their Paypal account email@example.com or by joining the Cars of Hope crowdfunding campaign (Donations by bank transfer or credit card) at: https://www.leetchi.com/c/soziales-von-cars-of-hope.
Here is a video that we produced in September 2017 (on Lesvos):