In the early morning hours cops evicted the Gare, Zaimi and Matrozou squats in Athens, Greece. There are calls for solidarity gatherings. This a first short report. We will publish more information as soon as it’s available.
Against apathy, racism and xenophobia, with anarchy and solidarity among the oppressed as our power, we are creating another solidarity initiative.
Last week the anarchist Themistokleous squat was attacked. Four people were badly injured during the attack.
Today we publish 2 statements that were released after the attack against the Themistokleous 58 squat in the Exarchia district in Athens, Greece.
A few days ago activists did asome proletarian shopping in a branch of a supermarket chain in the Exarchia district in Athens, Greece.
Four comrades (three anarchists and one refugee) are in serious condition after the attack against the Themistokleous 58 squat in Athens, Greece. Support them!
Several thousand people marched through downtown Athens last night to protest against the conviction of 29 year old Irianna for “joining a terrorist organisation” without any substantial proof. A few hours after the demonstration MAT riot cops were attacked in the Exarchia district.
On the morning of Tuesday, July 11th 2017, Themistokleous 58 squatters, together with comrades in affinity, hung internationalist solidarity banners in Exarchia (Athens, Greece) about three different cases.
Anarchists in Athens, Greece dropped a banner in solidarity with antifa comrades in Berkeley, California
On Saturday evening, January 14th 2017, some fifty people participated in the demonstration on the streets of Exarhia called by the anarchist squat Themistokleous 58 on the occasion of completion of one year of the project. The demonstration’s banner read “Resistance, Revolt, Freedom” in English and Farsi, and another banner was dropped from the squat in memory of Shahzad Luqman, murdered by Nazis in Ano Petralona in January 2013: “We do not forget Shahzad Luqman – Bash the fash.”
On Tuesday , December 6 of 2016 , 8 years after the murder of the anti-authoritarian Alexandros Grigoropoulos by the cops; anarchists, anti-authoritarians, neighbors and people who hang around Exarcheia decided to break the normality of the miserable life imposed by the social standards and resist the state repression. Every year, that day the neighborhood of Exarcheia is surrounded by cops trying to stop the vengeful rage of those who take the streets fighting.
Originally published by Traces of Fire
On the 6th of december, again a massive confrontation between anarchists and the police took place in the Athens district of Exarchia. Today, the area around the central square, the „platia“, is a no-go-area for state-servants in uniform. We want to present and discuss some waypoints of this developement. How do people handle that vacuum of power?