<table><tr><td>Rebels, Anarchists, and Revolutionaries: Greece's cities burn with the fires of revolt! The agents of state repression shot and killed one of us, Alexandros Grigoropoulos, in Athens on December 6th. From Athens to London, Salonika to Berlin, and spreading amongst many other areas of Greece and Europe, the rebels refuse to sumbit to the complicity of fear and the pacification of democratic falsehoods. Scores of shops, cars, government buildings, and even the Athens' christmas tree is burning with the anger of revolt!
<table><tr><td>From <a href="http://libcom.org/news/athens-polytechnic-occupation-publishes-communiqu...
A message from the group which has been occupying Athens Polytechnic in response to the death of a 15-year-old at the hands of police has been published on Athens Indymedia.
<table><tr><td>From <a href="http://www.csmonitor.com/2008/1208/p06s02-wogn.html">Christian Science Monitor</a> - By Nicole Itano
<em>An uneasy truce between anarchists and police was shattered following a weekend shooting of a teen. A similar event in 1985 sparked months of daily clashes.</em>
<table><tr><td>Anticiv.net is an online resource for anarchy, green anarchy, and anarcho-primitivism and is meant to serve as a library for texts of those who have participated in critiquing this death-culture, in addition to the psychological and technological mechanisms that perpetuate it. We also have a news section to explore the daily costs of this system, as well as responses to it, putting together information to offer a look into what this culture's damage is on humyns, non-humyns, and the Earth.
<table><tr><td>Coffee Giant Must Reinstate Barista With Backpay
<table><tr><td>From <a href="http://www.anarkismo.net/article/10825">Anarkismo</a>
<em>Capitalism is not collapsing. Nothing massively unexpected has happened. If the ‘economists’ who turned up on every news programme this Autumn really didn’t know there was going to be a crash at some stage they should think of changing jobs.</em>
<strong>Get out of that relationship! (Thinking About Anarchism)</strong>
<table><tr><td>From <a href="http://www.washingtonpost.com/wp-dyn/content/article/2008/12/07/AR200812... Post</a> - By Stephen Lowman
Infoshop Holds Sale, Prepares to Close
At the Brian MacKenzie Infoshop, two binders contain every event flier distributed by the store in its half-decade as a hub for radicals in the nation's capital.
<table><tr><td>From <a href="http://en.rian.ru/world/20081207/118734987.html">Rian RU</a>
ATHENS, December 7 (RIA Novosti) - The riots that have erupted after police shot dead a teenage boy in Athens have left 16 banks, 20 shops and 12 cars burned in the Greek capital, the police said on Sunday.
<table><tr><td>On the evening of Saturday Dec. 6th a police patrol in the area of Exarhia (an area known for its strong anarchist presence in the centre of Athens) was verbally confronted by a few people in the area. Immediately a police officer pulled out his gun and shot a 16-year old (some accounts say he was 15) in the chest in cold blood. The 16-year old was transported to Evaggelismos, a major hospital in Athens, where he was dead on arrival.
<table><tr><td>On Monday, November 10, an action was carried out in Guelph, in solidarity with the members of the Mohawk Warrior Society of Tyendinaga. The intersection of Gordon Street and Clair road was blocked with debris and loose nails. An attempt was made to light the debris on fire. Protestors held signs and passed out flyers to the waiting motorists. Selections of statements from Tyendinaga Mohawk Territory, and statements from the Tyendinaga Support Committee serve to explain the situation facing the people of Tyendinaga: