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(en) Greece, ANTI-REPUBLIC DAY ON ANNIVERSARY OF ASSASSINATION OF ALEXANDER GRIGOROPOULOS [machine translation]

Date Fri, 6 Dec 2019 09:18:37 +0200


The # 1 risk to the state and capital -- (a confession & a commitment) ---- Well, yes, we admit it. We are the # 1 risk to the state and capital. Although our good manners and - most of all - our modesty would not allow us to accept it so generously under other circumstances, at this stage, after all this agonizing effort on the part of the government, we cannot hide behind it. our finger. We're not going to get them crazy people ... ---- Well, yes, we are. The greatest threat to the Greek state, whose (like every other) historical role is to safeguard the interests of capital, that is, the interests of those who earn by exploiting the labor of those who have no other way of survival than to sell - often in derogatory terms - their workforce. And, to prevent any misunderstanding, to clarify that we do not naturally mean "we" as a collective, nor "we" as anarchist federation, nor even "we", in general, as anarchist / antisocial. No. Some hundreds or thousands of people, however determined and daring they are, are very unlikely to be able to pose such a serious threat on their own. The real danger for detainees is of course elsewhere.

When the suggestion you make is that of the militant and ruthless self-organization of the exploited and the oppressed in an anti-capitalist and anti-state direction, then you are obviously a potential threat to the state and the bosses. But when your suggestion gets fleshed out, socialized and massively appropriated, not because you just say good-bye to the world, but because this way of struggle turns out to work in the end, when applied in practice, then this potential and theoretical threat is starting to become material and real for the regime. In the face of this threat, the real threat, we have played a few hundred and thousands, one - in our humble opinion - not so negligible in recent years.

Well, yes, we admit it. We don't let anything fall down. The anarchist / antiauthoritarian space may have been primarily focused on militant anti-repressive and anti-fascist movements (extremely crucial spikes undoubtedly, as it has been proven over time), but in the last decade the fan has been open to others. participating in or creating every possible and unlikely race process. From uneducated and militant trade unionism to schemes and initiatives in schools and universities and from grassroots and work groups to workplaces, from horizontal self-organization to neighborhood assemblies, from self-managed (livelihood or non-business) activities of nature, from occupying abandoned buildings and repairing them to accommodate race procedures, self-training processes, libraries, events, concerts, community kitchens and much more, while at the same time providing a solution to the housing problem faced by locals and immigrants, the promotion of transnational solidarity, anti-war mobilizations and anti-militant actions, through solidarity and refugee / migrant movements, solidarity and defense movements political prisoners or prisoners seeking and fighting, movements against racism, nationalism, sexism and patriarchy, movements against the mafia, against fascist mobilizations or attacks, against employers' arbitrariness, against the abolition of the Sunday holiday and the auctions of the first house, against privatization, against bills and decisions that further underestimate our living conditions, against repression, police violence and state killings. We could continue filling the entire page. And behind each separate "theme" there are texts, marches, conflicts, actions, posters, brochures, events etc, and often there are similar costs, namely arrests, courts, penalties, cop injuries, boss redundancies, etc. We could continue filling the entire page. And behind each separate "theme" there are texts, marches, conflicts, actions, posters, brochures, events etc, and often there are similar costs, namely arrests, courts, penalties, cop injuries, boss redundancies, etc. We could continue filling the entire page. And behind each separate "theme" there are texts, marches, conflicts, actions, posters, brochures, events etc, and often there are similar costs, namely arrests, courts, penalties, cop injuries, boss redundancies, etc.

Until the tumultuous years of SYRIZA's rule, in which the social frustration and resignation that followed the abolition of "hope" led to unprecedented ebb and flow of class / social struggles, we were among those - albeit unbelievably - partisanship. they did not miss an opportunity to recall their uncompromising attitude and to cultivate, with whatever forces they might, the most favorable conditions for the reshaping of the racing procedures. The adoption of the memorandum and the insurance bill by SYRIZA naturally found us on the streets, finding us in strikes, marches and clashes. The continuation of the same inhumane anti-immigration policy has found us once again raising embankments in defense of refugees / immigrants. And so on. That is, we were - to the best of our abilities - where we needed to be. That's why, after all, we kept counting hits. The squadron evacuations were not rare on SYRIZA, neither the arrests of protesters, nor the police violence (remember that after the No Border Festival in Thessaloniki, three town squads were evacuated, with this orphanage building at the Orphanagehouse demolished!). Only then did the government opt for a more "underground" management, without going out and shouting it proudly at the television windows, like the current one. But the work was done well then, with the state demonstrating its continuity in repressing struggling sections of society. The squadron evacuations were not rare on SYRIZA, neither the arrests of protesters, nor the police violence (remember that after the No Border Festival in Thessaloniki, three town squads were evacuated, with this orphanage building at the Orphanagehouse demolished!). Only then did the government opt for a more "underground" management, without going out and shouting it proudly at the television windows, like the current one. But the work was done well then, with the state demonstrating its continuity in repressing struggling sections of society. The squadron evacuations were not rare on SYRIZA, neither the arrests of protesters, nor the police violence (remember that after the No Border Festival in Thessaloniki, three town squads were evacuated, with this orphanage building at the Orphanagehouse demolished!). Only then did the government opt for a more "underground" management, without going out and shouting it proudly at the television windows, like the current one. But the work was done well then, with the state demonstrating its continuity in repressing struggling sections of society. with the building of this orphanage in Tuba where refugee families were to be demolished!). Only then did the government opt for a more "underground" management, without going out and shouting it proudly at the television windows, like the current one. But the work was done well then, with the state demonstrating its continuity in repressing struggling sections of society. with the building of this orphanage in Tuba where refugee families were to be demolished!). Only then did the government opt for a more "underground" management, without going out and shouting it proudly at the television windows, like the current one. But the work was done well then, with the state demonstrating its continuity in repressing struggling sections of society.

It is not surprising that the ND government chooses to attack the anarchist / antisocial area now, but also more broadly in every living struggle process, as the fact that class / social struggles are at a historically low level after the SYRIZA rule makes us obviously vulnerable. . No particular acumen is required to notice that along with anti-Nazi occupations and "anarchist Exarchia" any other fighting process or movement is hit. From the MAT attacks on students of the ASOEE who attempted to break the ban to hold a general assembly, to demonstrators after the end of the Polytechnic's massive march, to students demonstrating in Kavouri, where their planned meeting was being held, until the abolition of university asylum, the passage of anti-union law that makes strike declarations virtually impossible, and the intention to abolish or restrict marches in the center of cities, the message the government sends to the world of struggle is clear: "Whoever lifts his head, we will break him". It is not, of course, a vendetta with the anarchists, no matter how eagerly they try to present it simply as a concealment of their true aims, but a vendetta with everything in a society that has the potential and the potential for overcoming or even breaking it. existing balance of forces. With everything that opposes the existing oppression and exploitation treaty and is not afraid to go out and fight against it. the passage of anti-union law that makes strike declarations virtually impossible and the intention to abolish or restrict marches in the center of cities, the message the government sends to the world of struggle is clear: "whoever raises his head will we break it ". It is not, of course, a vendetta with the anarchists, no matter how eagerly they try to present it simply as a concealment of their true aims, but a vendetta with everything in a society that has the potential and the potential for overcoming or even breaking it. existing balance of forces. With everything that opposes the existing oppression and exploitation treaty and is not afraid to go out and fight against it. the passage of anti-union law that makes strike declarations virtually impossible and the intention to abolish or restrict marches in the center of cities, the message the government sends to the world of struggle is clear: "whoever raises his head will we break it ". It is not, of course, a vendetta with the anarchists, no matter how eagerly they try to present it simply as a concealment of their true aims, but a vendetta with everything in a society that has the potential and the potential for overcoming or even breaking it. existing balance of forces. With everything that opposes the existing oppression and exploitation treaty and is not afraid to go out and fight against it.

Unless there is anyone who seriously thinks that all this donation is really done for some broken sidewalks or glazed places and for demonstrators' clashes with repressive forces on the anniversary marches ... No, in our opinion it is not. What they are afraid of is that these conflicts, from limited and decadent, become massive and unpredictable, as was the case, for example. student mobilization against the abolition of Article 16 in '06 -'07 or the unprecedented extent; the duration and intensity of the uprising that followed the assassination of 15-year-old Alexandros Grigoropoulos by the Cork Corps in December '08, or the massive and clashing strikes and anti-government demonstrations that pitted the anti-Mafia or '12 of Paul Fyssa's assassination by the neo-Nazis at Golden Dawn in '13. All the events that cost and terrified them, most of which - let's not forget - were ruled by the ND! That is to say, they fear that class and social struggles will become massive and radicalized, owning a range of practices that are not disciplined or compatible with the laws and frameworks imposed by the bosses through their cops and judges (as it seemed for a while before the bottom-line signed their conviction, leaving their hopes on Syriza's adventurers. In short, they try to extinguish the flame before it can again believe enough that there can be a fire. Because causes and causes are already abundant and the next time they will grow rapidly, that's for sure.

A few days ago, this gang - held by vigilante ministers like Voridis, a former tsunami leader of dictator Papadopoulos' youth and a current champion in colotuba (see "I have never been public" his admiration for the Colonel's junta and has stated that there were no dead in the riot at the Polytechnic (he is wildly remembered, in the Novartis scandal), but also sadly downplayed visions. such as Deputy Foreign Minister Domna Michaelidou, who had stated that "the sanctification of the anti-dictatorial struggle has taken on a dimension of collective mental illness", came out and said, through Kouli's mouth,

A few days later, the same gang that, at Karamanlis, approved a 28 billion-euro bank guarantee package for Samaras, voted for the 2nd memorandum which was a real gimmick for workers, as it envisaged extreme austerity, wildly aggressive measures. in the public sector and wage slashing, while Kouli has already - within a few months - already voted to amend the penal code to "defrost" (even retrospectively) the bank accounts of suspected individuals a criminal fraud and money laundering activities (commonly known as money laundering, fraud, usury and other such "excellent" occupations) while preparing to cut almost all social benefits, such that, as everyone knows gang, she dances at the pace whistled at her by big bosses, while her boss' sow is tucked away in the Siemens scandal, so, by the mouth of Michalis Chrysochoid, this ridiculous man who had never received a live television broadcast read the memorandum he had just voted, gave a 15-day deadline for immigrants / refugees and anarchist / antisocial collectives housed in occupied areas to voluntarily leave them - a deadline that ends at random automatically December 6, the anniversary of that murder of Alexandros Grigoropoulos.

It is a field of assessments to what extent the ruthlessness of the government in its attempt to impose on society the "Law and Order" doctrine is the result of a vengeful revenge on the world of war and what is a planned television production with blood and fire, aimed at rallying the conservative part of society in disgrace, which began to disagree with the management of the "refugee" while at the same time distracting public attention from corruption issues Like the Novartis scandal or the unimaginable Noor1 scandal. To what extent is this a personal project of the ambitious man who serves as Minister of Repression (who recently saw his chair shake and is now trying to play it a soldier, and what is the policy set by the "serious Golden Dawn" band within the government? What is the point of the government's rampage and from where does the rampage of cops continue on its own?

The sure thing is that they want to unravel the thorn in their sides now, who believe that it "gets" them, before they find themselves back on the wall. And that seems to be trying to do it by provoking intense and jittery reactions on our part with their deliberately provocative choices.

After all, there has long been a coordinated campaign of targeting and "criminalizing" both anarchists / anti-commissioners and immigrants / refugees, orchestrated by the government and executed by the ever-eager media regimes, in which they do not as the greatest threat to Greek society and the greatest obstacles to its prosperity. How many times have we not seen the latest news in ELAS (Hollywood-style) news, in which armored hooded cops inflict refugee / migrant seizures to find families and playgrounds or playgrounds , like the one in the ASOEE, to find helmets, fire extinguishers, flags with flags and empty bottles (heavy armor corresponding to the Syrian army under the imminent Domna Michaelides). All of this is told by people with the above resumes and credentials, who voted for memos - some without even reading them - praising the junta, chasing people with axes, who are mired in corruption and scandals, which they ran with the power to serve the big mafia and the big shark, and now they are preparing new measures to further devalue our lives ...

If these are our enemies, if they chase us, if they see us as the biggest threat to their business, then we have done something right for so long, then we should feel - and feel! - proud of our choices . So we promise them that we will continue to fight with all our might, for the day when the hell on earth will send one and this good barbaric murderous system and its rotten staff to the dustbin of history, building a society of equality, solidarity and freedom, without wars, exploitation and oppression. And that we admit is a commitment.

Why, as the poet says (with a little paraphrase):

"And what you didn't do to bury us / but you forgot we were seeds"

THIS STEP BACK

SUPPORT CAPITALS AS A PART OF CLASSICAL AND SOCIAL GAMES

AGAINST THE TERRORIST STATES AND THE CAPITAL

NEIGHBORHOOD SOLIDARITY NEIGHBORHOODS IN DESTROYED AREAS:

THURSDAY 3/12

at 18:00 in the Labor Center Park of Thessaloniki

THURSDAY 5/12,

at 18:00, at the Toumba Cultural Center

ANTI-REPUBLIC ON THE DAY OF THE ANNIVERSARY OF THE KILLING OF ALEXANDER GRIGOROPOULOS:

PREPARATION 6/12

at 18:00, in Kamara

Thessaloniki Freedom Initiative - member of the Anarchist Federation

lib_thess@hotmail.com
http://www.libertasalonica.wordpress.com

https://libertasalonica.wordpress.com/2019/12/03
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