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Anarchists storm Greek ruling party HQ

  • Posted on: 8 March 2015
  • By: worker

From France 24

Anarchists occupied Greece's ruling party headquarters on Sunday in support of hunger strikers protesting against conditions in the country's maximum-security jails.

A group of 50 anarchists burst into the offices of the radical left-wing Syriza party in downtown Athens on Sunday, forcing staff to leave the building, party officials said.

Incendiary barrage in solidarity with fugitive comrade Ageliki and the imprisoned members of CCF

  • Posted on: 26 February 2015
  • By: worker

From 325

Incendiary barrage in solidarity with fugitive comrade Ageliki and the imprisoned members of CCF by ‘Constant Unholy Synod / Iconoclastic Cell Clément Duval / FAI-IRF’ (Greece)

Inter Arma received and translated:

ONE STEP BEFORE…

In the modern age where everything moves continuously with terrible speed, not even the most shrewd ones manage to realize adequately and securely enough to estimate in time the consequences of the stated decisions of others upon their lives!

2000 Prisoners Riot and Destroy South Texas Immigration Prison

  • Posted on: 22 February 2015
  • By: Anonymous (not verified)

RAYMONDVILLE, Texas (AP) — As many as 2,800 federal prisoners will be moved to other institutions after inmates seized control of part of a prison in South Texas, causing damage that made the facility “uninhabitable,” an official said Saturday.

Ed Ross, a spokesman for the U.S. Bureau of Prisons, said the inmates who had taken control are “now compliant” but that negotiations were ongoing Saturday in an effort for staff to “regain complete control” of Willacy County Correctional Center.

Call from the Destroika for a fantastic convergence of resistance

  • Posted on: 6 February 2015
  • By: Anonymous (not verified)

Come to the Opening of the European Central Bank! | Frankfurt 2015

From issue-less “days of action” to inconsequential general strikes, the recent struggles in Greece, Spain, Italy, France, and Portugal invariably seem to stumble over the limit of their own national frame of reference. The standpoint of the nation, long considered synonymous with political activity per se, be it that of the State or one or another revolutionary party, has revealed itself as being the very scale of our own collective powerlessness. It is this powerlessness, turned against itself, that fuels the fire of so many nationalist resentments.

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