Greek Anarchist Prisoners: solidarity updates

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SOME UPDATES : Concerning Anarchists and fighters who are hostages in the hell-holes of Greek democracy.
Revolutionary Struggle case 2nd trial update.

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The proposition of the prosecutor for the 2nd trial of the Revolutionary Struggle case was postponed for Wednesday 24/02/16. The judges refused to appoint a new lawyer for Revolutionary Struggle member Nikos Maziotis, who on his request released his lawyer. Nikos Maziotis left today’s session and the judges decided to postpone it. Continue reading “Greek Anarchist Prisoners: solidarity updates”

Submedia TV: Climate Greenwash /Greek resistance /Pipeline sabotage

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with thanks from   submedia.   This we bring you a recap of the COP21 climate clusterfuck in Paris, with Jim Hansen’s reaction to the historic non-agreement and 350.org’s condemnation of comrades who defied the protest ban.

Over in Greece we look at the yearly riots that commemorate the police murder of Alex Grigoropoulos. On the music break, deceased Greek anarcho MC – Killah P with “I Won’t Cry, I Won’t Fear

Our featured interview is with three brave comrades who managed to stop the flow of dirty tar sands oil to the entire eastern seaboard of Turtle Island, with three bike locks and some egg sandwiches. Continue reading “Submedia TV: Climate Greenwash /Greek resistance /Pipeline sabotage”

Nikos Romanos: “Requiem for a Journey of No Return”

Nikos Romanos is a young anarchist imprisoned in Greece for revolutionary acts.

“Requiem for a Journey of No Return”

by  Nikos Romanos (extract from Contra Infos.)Untitled

…….”If we close our eyes and ears to the ceaseless flow of dominant propaganda, we’ll be able to listen to the thousands of anonymous deaths in police stations, terrestrial and maritime border areas, concentration camps, psychiatric institutions and prisons, war zones across the Middle East, and sweatshops that exterminate contemporary slaves. greeceAnyone can hear the cries of people who are being tortured in police cells, who commit suicide in a confinement facility out of desperation, who are sunk by coast guard cops and drowned in the cold waters of the Mediterranean Sea, who are crippling their bodies over multinationals’ production machines in third world countries, who are buried under rubble after blind aerial bombardments conducted by capitalist empires. Continue reading “Nikos Romanos: “Requiem for a Journey of No Return””