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No Border Kitchen Lesvos: New Pact on migration and asylum will be a nightmare

Lesvos. Greece. Statement by No Border Kitchen Lesvos on the “New Pact on migration and asylum”.

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A young writer’s memories of #Moria: My pen won’t break, but borders will

Are You Syrious gave space to the voice of a young girl from Afghanistan who speaks about her experiences. Parwana Amiri lived in Moria after reaching Lesvos in September 2019 together with her family. In the camp she had been writing about her experiences, often at night, when the other eight people she was sharing a tent with were asleep. Alarmphone has now published her first book. Moria might have burned down, but a new camp has been erected. So far there has been no change in European policy. As long as this is the case, the voices of brave people like Parwana need to be heard.

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Speaking of #Moria: Solidarity, Not Charity! Personal experiences on the Balkan route – “Summer of Migration” [Part1]

In this text, a comrade reports about the events during the “Summer of Migration” 2015 and the practical support work of comrades on the ground. Further reports have been announced and will follow in the following issues of Sūnzǐ Bīngfǎ.

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This fire was set by Europe – End #Moria now – Fight Fortress Europe!

A Beyond Europe call to keep up the pressure and fight for solidarity.

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Voices from #Moria: Mohammed

Lesvos. Greece. The following text is written from Mohammed’s perspective, who “lived” in Moria for ten months and who wants to share the words he found. We republish this text, to release it from the Facebook prison.

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#Lesvos: Bye-bye #Moria

Lesvos. Greece. When a prison burns down, those of us who have experienced, even for a moment, the condition of imprisonment, can only shudder with delight. Regardless of whether a new one will be built after its demolition, and regardless of whether the empty cells will be refilled after the escape of some prisoners, the fact of the escape can only fill us with joy. After all, the struggle for the abolition of every prison, goes through the struggle for individual and social liberation, right here and now.

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#Greece: The Refugee Camp of #Moria Burns as State Repression Intensifies

In the following report from Greece, anarchists describe the burning of the refugee camp, Moria, and the response countrywide, as well as the latest chapter in other struggles against state repression on a variety of fronts.

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Offices of political parties in downtown #Bremen, #Germany, attacked with paint bombs – Evacuate #Moria!

Bremen. Germany. In downtown Bremen, various offices of political parties were marked with “Evacuate Moria” and paint bombs in the night from Monday to Tuesday.

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#Moria, one day we’ll pay for it: The agonizing screams of migrants being tear gassed by riot cops [Video]

Lesvos. Greece. When they were faced with the horrors of war and violence, we failed them, so they were forced to abandon the places where they lived. When they crossed the borders to escape to Europe, we closed them up indefinitely into overcrowded camps in the outskirts of the continent, like Lesbos island, forbidding them to freely move within Europe. When the pandemic came, we locked them up like prisoners inside the camps for almost 5 months. When one of those cramped refugee camps in Moria (built for 3.000 people, while housing 13.000) was burnt to the ground, we sent an army of riot policemen to make sure that they cannot leave Lesbos island. When they tried to move to Mytilene, the capital town of the island, to get food and water, we blocked their way with scores of riot policemen and local racists. When frustrated at the lack of help, they protested for being intentionally starved, in order to be forced to move to a concentration camp, where they’ll be imprisoned in return for food and water, we teargassed their small children and their elderly, we teargassed all of them.

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