Berlin. Athens. September 16. 2020. The searches today, which included our anarchist library, are nothing new. But this time the authorities are stepping up their efforts. Five people are affected, who are accused of having founded a special, conspiratorial and criminal association or of being members of it. For this reason, the Federal Prosecutor’s Office is investigating under paragraph 129 and the BKA visited the people concerned at home, sometimes with pulled guns.Continue reading Police raids in #Athens and #Berlin: And again they create a criminal organization
Belarus. Throughout the Soviet and Lukashenko propaganda, many may think that anarchists in Belarus are barricades and clashes with OMON. But anarchism is much more than that. Somewhere behind the scenes, there is an idea that people can live with dignity and without a dictator and Bolsheviks.Continue reading Proposal of program-minimum for the period of uprising in #Belarus
The following interview was conducted August 20, 2020 by Gerardo Munoz and Ángel Octavio Álvarez Solis on Radio Ibero in Mexico City. Transcribed by Ill Will Editions, with light edits for readability.Continue reading As free as blackness will make them – An interview with Frank B. Wilderson III
On September 18th the trial against two comrades from Berlin and two comrades from Athens will take place in Evelpidon Court in Athens. On November 26, 2017, the four persons were arrested during the forced eviction of GARE Squat, in the Athens district of Exarchia. Among other charges, they are accused of trespassing, attempted serious bodily harm, refusal of forensic identification and possession of explosive materials and explosive bombs. This eviction was the first of three in which the four comrades were detained for 4 days. They were released on conditions or bail and now, almost three years later, have to take responsiblity in front of the court.Continue reading Call for international solidarity to the court case on the 18th of September in #Athens
The networks of resistance and rebellion, collectives, organizations and individuals adhering to the Sixth Declaration of the Lacandon Jungle invite to participate in the Second Global Action against the War on Zapatista Army of National Liberation (EZLN), the Peoples and Life : “Samir Vive,” given the escalation of violence against the autonomous communities.Continue reading Call for 2nd Global Action Against the War on #EZLN, the Peoples and Life: Samir Vive
Berlin. Germany. Today, on September 15, we received mail from the bailiff T. Knop. They threatened to evict Liebig34 on Friday, October 9 at 7 am!Continue reading October 9, 2020, #Berlin: Eviction attempt #Liebig34 announced – Don’t touch Liebig 34!
Chania. Crete. Greece. Rosa Nera is an autonomous, anti-authoritarian political collective and since 2004, has squatted and given its name to the historical building that was formerly known as the “5th Army Division”, declaring it, for the first time in its history, a liberated space.Continue reading #Chania, #Crete: Rosa Nera evicted, the struggle is just beginning
In the following report from Greece, anarchists describe the burning of the refugee camp, Moria, and the response countrywide, as well as the latest chapter in other struggles against state repression on a variety of fronts.Continue reading #Greece: The Refugee Camp of #Moria Burns as State Repression Intensifies
Bremen. Germany. In downtown Bremen, various offices of political parties were marked with “Evacuate Moria” and paint bombs in the night from Monday to Tuesday.Continue reading Offices of political parties in downtown #Bremen, #Germany, attacked with paint bombs – Evacuate #Moria!
Lesvos. Greece. When they were faced with the horrors of war and violence, we failed them, so they were forced to abandon the places where they lived. When they crossed the borders to escape to Europe, we closed them up indefinitely into overcrowded camps in the outskirts of the continent, like Lesbos island, forbidding them to freely move within Europe. When the pandemic came, we locked them up like prisoners inside the camps for almost 5 months. When one of those cramped refugee camps in Moria (built for 3.000 people, while housing 13.000) was burnt to the ground, we sent an army of riot policemen to make sure that they cannot leave Lesbos island. When they tried to move to Mytilene, the capital town of the island, to get food and water, we blocked their way with scores of riot policemen and local racists. When frustrated at the lack of help, they protested for being intentionally starved, in order to be forced to move to a concentration camp, where they’ll be imprisoned in return for food and water, we teargassed their small children and their elderly, we teargassed all of them.Continue reading #Moria, one day we’ll pay for it: The agonizing screams of migrants being tear gassed by riot cops [Video]