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Regarding all that happened in an event in #Germany with a member of the central committee of #SYRIZA, the Greek leading party

On the 9th of December, in a small, peaceful city of south Germany, named Konstanz, a business-political event took place, where the main  speaker was Georgios Chondros, a member of the central committee of SYRIZA, the Greek leading party. The first topic to be presented there  was related to the promotion of the olive oil produced by the cooperative company whose administrative member is Chondros, among  others. Given that a charitable mask often covers “progressive commerce”, the event held the provocative character of cheap solidarity; for every litter of oil that would be sold that day, one euro (1€!) would be granted to a social pharmacy in Greece. Let us note here that these “hope traders” earned at least 11 euros from each sold litter of oil. The second part of this event was the presentation of the socio-political situation in Greece, accompanied by Greek appetizers and wine.

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On capitalist restructuring in the #SYRIZA-ANEL times: It is not humanitarianism, it’s capitalist restructuring, stupid!

Statement by the Assembly for the Circulation of Struggles (S.KY.A). We don’t share all views in the statement, but still think it is a text that people should read.

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#Syriza 2018: a Blast from the Past

Greece: A brief reminder. In January 2015 Paul Mason proclaimed on his Twitter account: “come to Athens – the revolution is happening”. It is 2018 now, and three years later it is Donald Tusk, the President of the European Council, who is ecstatic: “You did it! Congratulations to Greece and its people on ending the programme of financial assistance.” What happened?

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