<table><tr><td>For two weeks now, Greek youth, immigrants, and workers have been taking over streets and schools demanding an end to police brutality and capitalist exploitation. Their uprising is an inspiration to all of us who understand that their conditions of oppression are also ours, and that their resistance is our resistance. Greece is everywhere!
<table><tr><td>We have just occupied New School University. We liberate this space for ourselves, and all those who want to join us, for our general autonomous use. We take the university in explicit solidarity with those occupying the universities and streets in Greece, Italy, France and Spain.
From New York City:
We have just occupied New School University.
<table><tr><td>From <a href="http://www.csmonitor.com/2008/1215/p06s02-wogn.html">Christian Science Monitor</a>
Hostility toward journalists has been on the rise in Greece – making it increasingly difficult for reporters to cover the story, says correspondent Nicole Itano. "Anarchist groups have often targeted journalists, whom they see as part of the establishment," she says.
<table><tr><td>From <a href="http://www.breitbart.com/article.php?id=D953THE80&show_article=1">Breitb...
ATHENS, Greece (AP) - Protesters forced their way into Greece's state NET television news studio Tuesday and interrupted a news broadcast featuring the prime minister so they could urge viewers to join mass anti-government demonstrations.
<table><tr><td>From <a href="http://www.nomikikatalipsi.blogspot.com/">Nomikikatalipsi</a>
On Saturday (6 December 2008) Epameinondas Korkoneas, a so-called special guard, shot in cold blood and killed 15 year-old Alexandros Grigoropoulos.
Today, ten days later, the fact of murder continues firing conflicts in all directions, mobilising the world.
<table><tr><td>Dearest Dreamers, Sleepwalkers, and Insomniacs,
This is not a dream. This is really happening. What we are seeing in Greece is the answer. The answer is far more complex and simple than the question. The question: how is it to be done? The answer: by acting.
<table><tr><td>On Saturday the 13th December a group of anarchists smashed the windows of the RBC at Hastings and Nanaimo. We took the slogan from Greece “SOLIDARITY MEANS ATTACK” to heart. Against domination in all its forms from Olympic development and police murder on Coast Salish territories to their equivalent in Greece and the world over.</td><td><img title="My slogan punches your slogan in the face" src="files/pictures/2008/solprot.jpg"></td></tr></table><!--break-->