The Ex-Worker #65: Greek Anarchists Fight Back in Exarchia

From Crimethinc.

On August 26th, riot police under orders from the newly elected right-wing government stormed and evicted four squatted social centers in the Exarchia neighborhood of Athens, Greece, in a serious attack on both precarious migrants and the anarchist and anti-authoritarian movements. In response, Greek anarchists have organized assemblies and demonstrations, while solidarity efforts have poured out from across the world.

War Wounds

From IGD

We live in a world perpetually at war. If you want to know the horrors of conflict, just switch on world news and listen or watch for a time. All you need is a few moments before you’ll learn of some travesty or another. Children orphaned and people’s lives snatched from them in wars they often want nothing to do with. But I want to open your eyes to how deep the wounds of war penetrate.

Against the Techno-Sciences by Anarchist and Prisoner Dinos Giagtzoglou

From Act for Freedom Now

Via resistenzealnanomondo

Dinos' statement to the meeting against the techno-sciences:

I start this letter with a certainty. I am sure that our life experiences are very different as well as the starting points of the struggle of each and every one. I also think that with many of you we have different ideological origins and disagreements or contrasts on individual issues. But I firmly believe that the will to resist the plans of Domination, stemming from the awareness of the fundamental social alienation that alienates us from ourselves and nature as a whole, and the revolutionary passion for the destruction of the mega-machine of Power unite us in a common vision of a world free from the shackles of civilization.

My Abduction by State Security Police on August 26th, 2018

From Anarchists Worldwide

via Athens Indymedia

Monday, 26th of August at 10 in the morning, some hours after the police invasion into the anarchist squat GARE, the migrant housing squats Sp. Trikoupi 17 and 15, and in the building where Rosa de Foc squat was housed in the past, in Exarchia. Coming out of Bouboulinas squat, where I had entered half hour before –the building which had been reoccupied last May by the Self-organized Community of Squatters, Migrants and Internationalist Comrades, which was born out of the Ground of Occupied Gini, following the last barrage of squat evictions by the syriza government against migrant squats and one feminist squat- I am surrounded by four cops who ask me if I am I, by my name.

Call for new volunteers for the re-launching of Anarres Infoshop

Greetings Portland anarchists, Anarres Infoshop is holding an open meeting for people interested in joining the collective. This meeting will be held at the Social Justice Action Center on Saturday the 14th of September, 2019 from 5-7pm. The focus will be on developing the division of labor and code of conduct. If you know you want to join, please email us a brief letter describing:

Who you are (your name, political alignments, or whatever else you feel is relevant to share)

Why you want to be a part of the collective

Anarchist Bookfair Amsterdam

The Anarchist Book Fair Amsterdam will be organized in November 2019. This is the 3rd year in a row that we have organized this anual book fair. The first two years were so succesful that we had a taste for more. So this year you can come to the Dokhuis again for all your anarchist books, zines, stickers, posters, buttons, clothing and much more!

The specific date still has to be confirmed, but we are going to organize it at the Dokhuis in November. Keep an eye on our website and facebook for updates. As soon as we have confirmed the date we will let you know there.

Release under judicial supervision for Embers and others

The two people still detained (one of whom had published a letter written behind their walls https://anarchistnews.org/content/france-letter-anarchist-prisoner-ember... ), among the three arrested near the Gare du Nord on May 1 in Paris, were released Monday, September 2, following the non-compliance. renewal of their deposit mandate.

Alien Love Disaster Virus, by Abbey Mei Otis

From We Will Remember Freedom

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