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#Athens July 4, 2020: Greek riot cops attacked and terrorized #RefugeesGR on #Victoria square [Videos]

Athens. Just one day after cops terrorized Exarcheia, they continued their assaults on Victoria square. Greek police brutally attacked homeless refugees who were send away from the Moria camp on Lesvos. Among the attacked refugees were many women and children, the cops were trying to force them to Amygdaleza camp.

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#Athens July 3, 2020: A night of brutal police violence and state terrorism in #Exarcheia [Video]

Athens. Greece. Cops stormed the Exarcheia district in Athens in Friday night, July 2, 2020 and unleashed an orgy of violence.

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Presenting Kolektiva – a new online platform for anarchist and anti-colonial video

As of today, anarchists and anti-colonialists from all over the world have a new platform for sharing videos, and helping to make them available in multiple different languages. We’re calling this project Kolektiva.

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The Cop-Free Zone – Reflections from Experiments in Autonomy around the US

The cop-free zone is not the particular block or traffic circle or park. It is the shared commitment to defending a space and eliminating the dynamics of policing and white supremacy. In the following collection, we explore some people’s experiences attempting to create police-free autonomous zones in different parts of the United States.

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Class War 10/2019: “Yellow vests”

CW’s Note: It’s with a very huge delay that we finally post here our second bulletin focused on the struggles known as the “gilets jaunes” movement, bulletin we initially published in… November 2019. This material was ready in English much sooner but meanwhile the Covid-19 pandemic and the lock-down measures imposed by the capitalist State slowed down in the meantime our activities in process. We are nevertheless sure that the analysis and information contained in this bulletin are still valid and relevant for the further episodes of the class war waged by the revolutionary proletariat against its everlasting enemy, i.e. the bourgeoisie and the capitalist social relations… Have a good reading!

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The Final Straw Radio: #Justice4Jerry2020, Confederate Monuments + Repression During The Movement for Black Lives

This episode has three portions following a segment by anarchist prisoner, Sean Swain, about confederate monuments.

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Pandemic war diaries – Expansion of combat zones

Sebastian Lotzer

Berlin. No, no long treatises on Stuttgart. Rarely a riot has explained itself so directly. Anyone who has gone through this state of emergency in recent months with their eyes open has been able to see it all. The first days of mass internment: streets that had become deserted in Kreuzberg, every 2 minutes a cop car passes by, the crews look at you with mistrust if you are still on the road. In the dark corners of the new building ghettos small groups of young people who have nothing else to see each other. The almighty cops with that last pinch of power that was still missing to finally be able to reprimand, control and lock up everyone. You could see it in their faces, body language tells more than a thousand words. There is no longer any need for reasons and justifications, the infection protection law as a manual of a totalitarian state.

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#Philadelphia: Emergency Medical Work Necessary from Gravy Seal Attack

Philadephia. PA. In South Philadelphia, there are white residents currently protecting a Columbus Statue in Marconi Plaza in the name of white supremacy.

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In Defense of Autonomy: #Seattle’s #CHOP Advanced the Movement for Black Lives

CHOP is dead, long live CHOP! As the police moved to dismantle the Seattle Capitol Hill Organized Protest (formerly “Capitol Hill Autonomous Zone”) earlier this morning, this piece by Seattle based historian Micheal Reagan eloquently reflects on the power, significance and important weaknesses inherent in the movement.

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On the Local Uprisings: Containment in #Houston, #Texas

“But repression does not always come dressed up in riot gear, or breaking into offices in the middle of the night. It also comes in the form of the friendly “neighborhood liaison” officer, the advisory boards to local police departments, and the social scientist hired on as a consultant. Repression is, first and foremost, a matter of politics: it is the means the state uses to protect itself from political challenges, the methods it employs to preserve its authority and continue its rule. This process does not solely rely on force, but also mobilizes ideology, material incentives, and, in short, all of the tools and techniques of statecraft. We have to understand repression as involving both coercion and concessions, employing violence and building support, weeding opposition and seeding legitimacy. That is the basis of the counterinsurgency approach.”

Kristian Williams
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