Athens : Anarchist comrade Grigoris Tsironis is Free from the house arrest.

  • Posted on: 9 February 2018
  • By: thecollective

The Athens Appeals Council today accepted the application of anarchist
comrade Grigoris Tsironis with which he asked for the replacement of his house arrest. Thus the conditions were replaced with a ban from leaving
the country, he is also banned from leaving the region of south Attica,
he has to remain at the address given as his permanent residence, he
cannot spend the night away from this residence and must appear at the
police station in his area every 5 days.

Greece: Free Transportation For All: A paradigmatic anarchist campaign in the difficult years of Syriza

  • Posted on: 8 February 2018
  • By: thecollective

In early 2016 a far-reaching campaign in Athens began with a fairly modest announcement: “Free Transportation for All”. With a few initial actions that grabbed headlines, like an intervention at the OASA office near Alexandras and the destruction of ticket machines at several stations, began the appearance of a campaign that continues today, and has since seen its massification with several large central marches, topical demonstrations and leafletting, persistent and costly sabotage that the police are unable to stop despite their best efforts, and even reaching to igniting resistance among the transport workers themselves.

Greece: Syrian Revolution – Anarchist Initiative from Korydallos Prison (PDF)

  • Posted on: 4 February 2018
  • By: thecollective

From Insurrection News (via Act For Freedom Now!)

As events as such write the modern world history, all revolutionary movements need to process the information available, discuss and come to conclusions and eventually choose sides and fight without failing to take the context of this historical reality into account.

The text on hand does not set out to provide an exhaustive historical narrative. Yet, it does set out to open a discussion that will look into all the critical issues raised. Also, our aim is to turn our ideas into action, thus we choose to go against the widespread inertia that surrounds the subject matter.

Greece: Responsibility Claim from Popular Fighters Group for the Bombing of the Athens Court of Appeals

  • Posted on: 16 January 2018
  • By: thecollective

In the years of the memorandum, capital has found in bourgeois “justice” a prop with a special role and active participation in the constant and barbarous antisocial assault we are experiencing. Naturally, this does not happen by chance, instead it stems from its own institutional and class nature. We must remove from bourgeois “justice” the halo of
“neutrality” and “the common interest of the whole society” that has been given to it by the dominant ideology and to see its role in real life. This is not for philological purposes, but because we know well that in the class war that is constantly raging the battle of ideas is a material battle. The overthrow of bourgeois ideology is yet another revolutionary task.

ATUBES: December 2017, Digest of the Anarchist Tubes

  • Posted on: 5 January 2018
  • By: thecollective

Welcome to volume #3, issue #12 of ATUBES: Digest of the Anarchist Tubes; for the month of December 2017.

This month we're taking a closer look at 3 texts published on the website. Enclosed as a PDF, [Letter and A4 compatible,as well as an imposed PDF* of Letter and A4 compatibility] - the December Digest of the Anarchist Tubes.

Greek Anarchists Say They're Injecting Groceries with Toxic Acid

  • Posted on: 29 December 2017
  • By: thecollective

If you come to Greece during Christmas, you’ll find piles of walnut-crusted melomakarona cookies; buttery, snow-white kourambiethes; caramelized pork; and a yeasted bread called christopsomo. It’s all delicious, but be careful what you pick off the supermarket shelves during your holiday shopping—some products may have been poisoned by anarchists.


For Kataina Gogou

  • Posted on: 22 December 2017
  • By: thecollective

This is a biography of greece’s greatest anarchist poetess, Katerina Gogou (1940-1993). Until today Gogou remains the bete-noire of modern poetry in Greece with only one poetic anthology including her groundbreaking heretical work. However, her poems have become an indivisible part of the radical culture of the country and of the public imaginary of Exarcheia. Recently a biography of Katerina Gogou titled “Katerina Gogou: Death’s Love [Erotas Thanatou]” appeared, authored by Agapi Virginia Spyratou (2007, Vivliopelagos, Athens), based on her doctoral thesis. However no study or history of Katerina Gogou’s involvement in the anarchist struggle of the 1980s has ever been published in greek, leaving a great gap in both the history of the movement and in the biography of the poetess.

Greece , Athens: Information about the solidarity concentration-demonstration for anarchist Grigoris Tsironis on 16/12/17

  • Posted on: 21 December 2017
  • By: thecollective

About 150 comrades participated in Independence Square in the Ilioupolis area of Athens, expressing their solidarity with anarchist comrade Grigoris Tsironis, who after 18 months was “liberated” only to be imprisoned in his home (house arrest) until May 2018.

During the gathering there was a microphone intervention where, among the other texts, the comrade’s text in relation to the constraints against him was read out.

Greece: ‘Green Nemesis Act 3’ – Christmas Poisoning Campaign by Green-Black Commando

  • Posted on: 19 December 2017
  • By: thecollective

18.12.17: A communique posted on Athens Indymedia by ‘Green-Black Commando’ titled ‘Green Nemesis Act 3’ warns that the group have poisoned several drink products including Coca-Cola with hydrochloric acid and that they will be replacing the items on supermarket shelves from December 20th to December 24th. The communique is accompanied with photographs showing the poison being injected into the products. Here is a roughly translated excerpt from the communique…