As 2018 has been dubbed the “year of feminism” in Chile, organizers are now calling for a “General Feminist Strike” on March 8th, 2019.Continue reading The General Feminist Strike of #Chile: March 8th, 2019
Statement by some anarchists from Olympia about a solidarity action to commemorate Alexis.Continue reading From #Olympia to #Greece: Solidarity action for #AlexisGrigoropoulos
We learned at lunchtime today (December 5, 2018, EIE) of the tragic news that Alan MacSimoin has died. It was sudden and hit us hard. Alan was a social historian, political activist, trade unionist and great supporter of the Come Here To Me! project from day one.Continue reading Alan MacSimoin (1957-2018) – #Dublin Historian and Political Activist
In response to Emmanuel Macron’s proposal to increase the tax on fuel for “ecological” reasons, France has experienced several weeks of unrest associated with the yellow vest movement. This grassroots uprising illustrates how the contradictions of modern centrism—such as the false dichotomy between addressing climate change and considering the needs of the poor—can create social movements that offer fertile ground for populists and nationalists. At the same time, the increasing involvement of anarchists and other autonomous rebels in the unrest raises important questions. If far-right groups can hijack movements, as they did in Ukraine and Brazil, can anti-capitalists and anti-authoritarians reorient them towards more systemic solutions?Continue reading The Movement as Battleground: Fighting for the Soul of the #YellowVests Movement
Since September, five arson against squats and other self-organized spaces have taken place in the region Frankfurt.
Short report and call from France (4th December): “Feel free to share this text to people you know (and please apologise us for our broken English). (…) It is important to prevent the fascists from consolidating or taking an important position in the movement. On that matter, any militant antifascist help is welcome.”
On this day, in 2008, Alexis Grigoropoulos was murdered by cops in Athens, Greece. Alexis was 15 years old. Today we will publish a live blog about todays actions against statet terrorism. We will report live from several demonstrations and actions around the globe, including Athens. We publish this Live-Blog as part of our 10 years after police murder on Alexis series.
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Statement by some of those who participated in an attack against a police border control of the Exarchia district in Athens. We publish this statement as part of our 10 years after police murder on Alexis series. Later today we will publish a Live-Blog of todays actions to commemorate Alexandros Grigoropoulos. Stay tuned! Continue reading #Athens, #Greece: Claim for an action against police border control of #Exarchia on December 4
Statement from November 2017 by the Open Assembly AGAINST the POLICE OCCUPATION Athens. But… today it’s December 6 again… 10 years Alexis Grigoropoulos Never forgive, never forget! Although the statement is from last year, the image above is to mobilize for todays demonstrations in Athens.
London: Here’s the latest on what will be one of the biggest and most important mobilisations against the far-right this year. In Liverpool the far right will also try to take the streets, anti-fascists are mobilizing for counter protests.