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Massive censorship by Facebook and the Greek state to suppress any content related to hunger and thirst striker Dimitris Koufontinas

Facebook is censoring about any person, group or page that is posting something related to the hunger and thirst strike of Dimitris Koufontinas. In the past days Greek journalists, reporters, historians, civil society and political groups pages and streaming events have been suspended by Facebook. In Greece the wave of censorship on Facebook is carried out by the content moderation contractor Teleperformance, a company with ties to the Greek governmentand the far right.

Image above: Image of yesterdays demonstration in solidarity with Dimitris Koufontinas In athens. The banner says: “I was born on November 17th”. The image was taken by photo journalist Marios Lolos. This image was banned by Facebook. You can still follow lolos marios on Twitter: @lolosmarios

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Greece: On the Occassion of the Appellate Court of the Third Trial of Revolutionary Struggle

Greece. March 10, 2010 – The assassination of Lambros Fountas by armed guards has been indelibly marked in the history of the domestic revolutionary and class struggle. It is a day of remembrance that emits its own symbolism and inspires old and new generations of fighters. It is a milestone in the resistance to the modern tyranny of markets and memoranda, to capitalism and the state in general.

10/4/2014 – The bombing by Revolutionary Struggle of the BoG-ECB-IMF and the assumption of responsibility as “COMMAND LAMBROS FOUNTAS.”

11 years later, March 2021: The continuation of the Struggle for the revolutionary perspective until the complete destruction of the State as a mechanism of class domination of capital and bureaucracy is the only way.

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Update on the hunger/thirst strike by Dimitris Koufontinas – “I don’t want to die!”

Greece. Dimitris Koufontinas has been in hunger strike since January 8, 2021 and in thirst strike since February 22. He demands to be transferred to the high security prison Kordydallos. He is denied this request, and at the same time he is subject to countless restrictions under the new anti-terrorism law.

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Solidarity News for Dimitris Koufontinas in Greece

An overview with some of the actions in solidarity with hunger and thirst striker Dimitris Koufontinas in Greece. Note: This overview is far from complete.

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Solidarity from the squatted Osterholz forest in Wuppertal (Germany) with hunger striker Dimitris Koufontinas! Abolish prisons!

Wuppertal. Germany. Today we hung up a banner in the squatted Osterholz forest in Wuppertal, Germany, in solidarity with hunger striker Dimitris Koufontinas.

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Did Donald Trump Order The Execution Of Portland Activist Michael Reinoehl?

A look at the evidence surrounding the State killing of Portland-area protester Michael Reinoehl – which begs the question, just who directed what seems to be – his execution?

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Nevermore – An Anarchist Journal of Heresy and Thoughtcrime – An Anarchist Take on Covid-19

A zine tackling the question of COVID from an anarchist perspective. Nevermore – An Anarchist Journal of Heresy and Thoughtcrime Volume 1, February 21.

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Amsterdam 1980: The Battle for the Vondel Street squat: A Vondel Bridge too far [Video]

Amsterdam in the 1980’s, there was always something going on, not one day without some kind of action. The smell of revolt was in the air. There was an enormous housing shortage. The waiting time for an apartment was at least 10 years. They were mostly allocated through a distribution system of the city administration. Apartments on the “free” market were unaffordable. Young people either had to stay with their parents as adults, leave the city, or squat. At the peak of the Amsterdam squatter movement, about 22,000 people lived in squatted houses.

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Nightshift [2] – What color has the night

Sebastian Lotzer wrote three novels that were published by Bahoe Books. Unfortunately his books were not translated (yet?) in English. Sebatian also writes regularly for Sunzi Bingfa. Here is Nightshift [2] – What color has the night, a piece from the latest edition (#15, February 8, 2021) of Sunzi Bingfa. You will find Nightshift [1] here (English).

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