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Anti-immigrant gathering in Aghios Panteleimonas, racist assaults against school students in Rethymno

Posted on 24 September 2009

Yesterday, September 23, an anti-immigrant gathering took place in the Aghios Panteleimonas square in Athen.  The usual riff raff of “indignated citizens” along with militant neo-nazis took pride collectively for kicking immigrants out of “their” squares. source: tvxs article In Rethymno, Crete, there have been some new incidents of racist violence and many threats against […]

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open discussion on collective responses to Aghios Panteleimonas events in Athens

Posted on 13 June 2009

source: Athens indymedia Saturday June 13 2009, 19:00 Polytechnic School, Athens,  Ginis Building open discussion on collective responses to Aghios Panteleimonas events Organization: anarchists, antiauthoritarians, people in solidarity Open discussion on the racist and repressive pogroms at Aghios Panteleimonas and the center of Athens and perspectives of organizing collective actions and a central march.

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Clashes and arrests around the Aghios Panteleimonas neighborhood in Athens…

Posted on 10 June 2009

sources: athens indymedia article; indy.gr article. clandestinenglish Yesterday afternoon anarchists and people in solidarity unlocked the playground at Aghios Panteleimonas, which had been sealed so that not to be used by the children of immigrant residents. The site was unlocked and people went inside to reclaim the playground in a neighborhood terrified by the interventions […]

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Sweep operation in Aghios Panteleimon, Athens, demo for the “respect of religion”, and more achievements of the Acropolis’ cops

Posted on 21 May 2009

sources: athens indymedia articles here & here, and tvxs article clandestinenglish The “tough” public order minister’s doctrine is clear: cops should listen to “citizens”, provided that they are racist enough.  Building on the para-statal “indignant citizens” (ie a few dozens of fascists, their cops dressed up as citizens and their paid for the job collaborators) […]

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CONCENTRATION CAMPS: the return of totalitarianism

Posted on 23 February 2014

CONCENTRATION CAMPS: the return of totalitarianism “No prince was ever at a loss for plausible reasons to cloak a breach of faith” “Since love and fear can hardly exist together, if we must choose between them, it is far safer to be feared than loved” Niccolò Machiavelli, The Prince “…dominion can be established, that is, […]

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Video: stabbing of a Pakistani man at Attiki metro station. More racist attacks…

Posted on 19 June 2012

  A video of the attack, recorded secretly by a bystander and uploaded onto the Internet, showed a group of young men, most of them dressed in black, running down a flight of stairs at a metro station and attacking someone. Cries of “No, no” in broken Greek can be heard, though the victim is […]

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Hit by economic crisis, migrants are heading back home

Posted on 4 September 2011

Biggest outflow is noted among the Albanian community By Ioanna Fotiadi Source: http://www.ekathimerini.com Hundreds of migrants among those who began coming to Greece in the early 1990 in order to seek a better life for themselves and their families, are packing up their belongings, vacating their homes, mustering their courage and setting off for the […]

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The accidental death of an immigrant

Posted on 14 November 2010

On the afternoon of Saturday November 13, a 21-year-old immigrant from Poland was killed outside the notorious Aghios Panteleimonas police station in Athens, because, according to the police, he jumped from a third floor window of the police station trying to escape.

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Larnaca, Belgrade, Attica Square: Connecting the dots

Posted on 8 November 2010

Some info on the recent clashes in Cyprus “Phinikoudes Beach was turned into a warzone, when marching members of three nationalist movements came into conflict with participants at the antiracism festival, and with members of migrant support group KISA, the organisers of the event”. Cyprus Mail, November 6, 2010 The rainbow festival is being organized […]

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Racist attacks in Athens, hunger strike in Creta

Posted on 30 September 2010

On September 29, a Pakistani immigrant was badly beaten by a group of hooded assailants in Kypseli square in Athens. According to witnesses, the man eventually broke away from his assailants (probably members of a far-right group), who hurled two firebombs at him but missed their target. Two weeks ago, in the district of Aghios […]

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