On August 2nd, nearly 45 cops from various police units stormed Exarchia square, detained anarchist Yannis Dimitrakis from a café on Tsamadou Street where he was having his coffee, and then transferred him to Athens police headquarters. After several hours, the comrade was released. Here is a text he wrote the next day about his detention:
Continue reading Text by anarchist Yannis Dimitrakis (3/8) 2012
La seguente lettera di Giorgos Polydoros è stata pubblicata tempo fa, esattamente l’11 dicembre 2011 (in greco, in due parti:
Continue reading Testo di Giorgos Polydoros, membro della Cospirazione delle Cellule di Fuoco (2012)
δέκατο τεύχος του Επιθετικού Προσδιορισμού, κυκλοφορεί και αλητεύει στους δρόμους, τα σχολεία, τις πλατείες, τα φροντιστήρια του Ιλίου, των Αγίων Αναργύρων, της Πετρούπολης, του Καματερού… Το έντυπο, μπορείτε να το αναζητήσετε και στον χώρο του Θερσίτη.
Continue reading Επιθετικός Προσδιορισμός #10
The following text is an extract from the brochure ‘A Text of, and Interview with comrade Polykarpos Georgiadis’ (Greek original). The brochure includes an interview with the imprisoned fighter Polykarpos Georgiadis from October 27th, 2010, that he gave for the radio program ‘Cries from the prison cells’ on the self-organized radio station 98 FM (Athens). It also includes a text written by the comrade – which we chose to translate – on the subject of counter-information, with references to the revolutionary movement and the roles of the different means employed.
Continue reading Text of the imprisoned comrade Polykarpos Georgiadis on counter-information
In April 2010, in a joint letter with my comrades Pola Roupa and Nikos Maziotis, we claimed political responsibilityfor our participation in Revolutionary Struggle (Epanastatikos Agonas). We declared that we’re proud of the organization and our fellow fighter Lambros Foundas, who was killed by cops in the armed scuffle of Dafni.
Continue reading Written declaration to the court by Kostas Gournas, member of Revolutionary Struggle – October 24th, 2011
From the antimilitarist brochure ‘War Against War’ by the collective of total objectors to military service Xipolito Tagma (‘Barefoot Battalion’ in Ioannina, Greece)
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