The day after November 17, 2019 in Athens: a taste of blood in the mouth. (18/11/2019)Continue reading The repression of autonomy: #Exarcheia
4 days after the evacuation of two squats (1) a few hundred meters west of Exarcheia, the Greek state continues its strategy of encirclement and penetration of the neighborhood.Continue reading #Exarcheia: State evacuations of squats continue
Athens. The Greek state’s long anticipated attack on the rebellious district of Exarcheia began with the eviction of four occupied spaces and a provocative and dangerous attack on the social centre K*Vox.Continue reading #Greece: Why is the state attacking #Exarcheia?
Athens. Recent evictions of several squats, some housing refugees and migrants, mark the beginning of a new chapter of repression and dissent in Greece.Continue reading First they take #Exarcheia
Athens, Exarcheia. Statement by the assembly of squats, collectives, internationalists, immigrants, refugees and solidarians.Continue reading #Exarcheia: We stand against state repression
Athens. September 2, 2019. Yesterday, an insistent rumor evoked a possible evacuation of the Notara squat 26 for this Monday morning, exactly one week after the evacuation of Spirou Trikoupi 17.Continue reading #Exarcheia, mon amour!
Saturday, 31 August 2019: Two to three thousand people (according to different estimates) marched down the neighbourhood of Exarcheia in central Athens, following a massive police raid against 4 squats (mainly housing refugees) on Monday 26 August and the consequent arrest of 143 migrants and 3 others. Following the police raid, the neighbourhood of Exarchia has been turned into a “militarized” zone with constant riot police attacks against people in the area and social centers.Continue reading Thousands take the streets against the attack against #Exarcheia by the Greek state
From a distance, we cannot pretend to report fully on events as they unfold in the occupation of the Exarchia neighbourhood of Athens. What we are endeavouring to do is to translate and share as much as we can with English speakers, in solidarity with those who must struggle on the ground.Continue reading #Exarchia: The struggle continues
Much has been lost within the stream of content piling from Exarcheia and its defenders this past week. A constant barrage of images and text connected but impossible to arrange into simple stories for the curious. For those who resist, there was and never will be a question of clarity. These images complete the gaps between passive and aggressive. Between creeping and totality. Where the naked hatred polite society has for its devils is placed on a pedestal as a beacon of order. They gather around its warmth to feel the comfort of authority.Continue reading On Anarchy and its Spectators, from the Occupation of #Exarcheia
On August 26 at dawn, the Greek state launched a massive police offensive against the Exarchia district of Athens, with the aim of evicting squats of migrants / anarchists and clearing this neighborhood off anti-authoritarian and anarchist initiatives which have existed for many years.Continue reading Greek consulate in #Nantes attacked after police invasion of #Exarcheia