Greece: this is the war that was given up for dead

Greece: this is the war that was given up for dead

Class struggle in Greece :: Measures passed – Second day of demonstrations :: Three refections about the Greek struggle :: Simeon arrested after being shot by the police :: ¡¡We can!! :: This is a robbery :: This is the war that was given up for dead :: Statement from a Marfin Bank employee about today deaths in Athens :: Greece explodes :: Wild strike in Athens :: Greece strike update at 19.00: violent repression, three people dead in Athens :: Uprising message from the Acropolis :: Gathering outside the Greece consulate in Valencia :: At least three people dead in Greece demonstrations :: More than 200 greek comrades from KKE, dress up the Athens Acropolis as prelude for the May 5th general strike :: Can’t pay, Won’t pay: Solidarity with the people of Greece

previous news: March 2010: Anarchist Lambros Foundas killed by police in Athens, Greece :: Communiqué from the Athens Anarchist Archive about the police murdering of comrade Lambros Foundas february 2010: Greece runs out of gasoline due to the custom strike :: Nikollas Todi, a 25 year youth, dead by police bullets, January 2010: A ”failed arrest” and imprisoned comrades moved

relatred news: The end of economic globalization? :: Call for solidarity with Giannis Dimitrakis :: Attempt to cover up the murder of Alexis Grigoropoulos :: The Philadelphia Experiment (hysteria and police control in the “Revolutionary Struggle” case :: Workers pay the crisis and employers use it to blackmail :: Running up against the FMI!

+info: >>> globalization :: indymedia athens [english]

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