July 19 is a date enshrined in the World History of Revolutionary Movements for Social Release from State and Capital Power. July 19, 1936 is the starting date of the Spanish Revolution (1936-‘39) when in Barcelona, Catalonia, revolutionaries organized in the Anarcho-syndicalist CNT (National Confederation of Workers) and the FAI (Iberian Anarchist Federation) battled with the military guard of the city that participated in General Franco’s coup and defeated them after 2 days of battles, inaugurating the most radical revolutionary movement of working and rural self-management in the history of the classic labor movement (1848-1939).Continue reading Nikos Maziotis on the Anniversary of Revolutions in Spain and Rojava
A Statement from February 24 by Nikos Maziotis on the denial of an exit permit.Continue reading Nikos Maziotis, member of Revolutionary Struggle, on the denial of an exit permit [Greece]
Greece. A statement by Pola Roupa. On 14/4/2021 the curtain fell on the four courts that judged the attack of Revolutionary Struggle against the CBE, the ECB branch in Greece and the IMF, action that took place on 10/4/2014.Continue reading Greece: Conclusions of the Revolutionry Struggle trials for the attack on the ECB (ECB branch) and IMF [Pola Roupa]
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.Continue reading Greece: On the Occassion of the Appellate Court of the Third Trial of Revolutionary Struggle
Greece. Pola Roupa’s position on political crime, the right to resist, the accusation of the management and the incompetence of the court in the appellate court of the 3rd trial of the Revolutionary Struggle (From a recording made 6/11/2020).Continue reading Pola Roupa of Revolutionary Struggle Makes Statement at Her Trial
Eleonas-Thebes prison. Greece. Statement by Pola Roupa, member of the Revolutionary Struggle.Continue reading Disciplinary penalties – Conviction of struggles in prisons: Pola Roupa member of Revolutionary Struggle – Greece
Greece. Worldwide call for (financial) support of Pola Roupa and Nikos Maziotis.Continue reading Worldwide call for solidarity to R.O. – Revolutionary Struggle
We are experiencing the deepest systemic crisis that is killing. Covid 19 was created by deep poverty and inequality. Doctors have already spoken out about the new poverty conditions that all kinds of epidemics are hatching in different parts of the globe. Covid 19 is a child of inequality, and as it gets deeper, new viruses may be born that may be even more murderous than this coronavirus. Isn’t it time for political criticism? But it is the very system of capitalism and the market economy of political oligarchy called representative democracy that creates an ever-widening gap between wealth and poverty, resulting in an ever-increasing poverty spreading across many countries on the planet.Continue reading Revolutionary Struggle Member Pola Roupa: Social and Class Inequality Breeds Pandemics
On Monday 03.12.18 at 9AM, the 4th trial of Revolutionary Struggle continues in the Korydallos Prison Court for cases of ‘theft’ attributable to the organization with the employees of banks appearing as witnesses.