There will come a time we shall rise as the leaven dough does the iron burden will brake your mountains, like the heavy clouds, will disperse the worlds will tremble and squeak. Michalis Katsaros- Against Sadducees. For everyone in the Exarchia neighborhood, the new permanent police presence in Exarchia has changed something in our daily lives. The only ones who remain intact in their business are the drug traffickers and the mafia, … [Read more...]
Antiauthoritarian Movement (GR)
The Anti-Authoritarian Movement | Αντιεξουσιαστική Κίνηση (AK) was created in 2002 with the central objective of participating in the mobilisations against the summit of the European Union in June 2003 in the city of Thessaloniki in northern Greece.
Our friends and comrades in Thessaloniki are creating a new collective - a hostel in the social space Micropolis! Soon information about a crowdfunding will be published. In the meantime read the declaration, check out the FB page of SLG Salouga Hostel and leave a like! August 2008: Airbnb is founded 2010: The company goes over 1 million subscriptions and accepts financing of 7.5 million dollars. 2011: Airbnb grows to over 5 million … [Read more...]
On Tuesday the 18th of September, it will be the 5 year anniversary of the murder of Pavlos “ Killah P” Fyssas, a greek rapper, who was killed in his neighborhood, Keratsini, by the neo nazis, members of Golden Dawn. This day has been dedicated to Pavlos’s memory and each year it serves as a national day of antifascist action leading up to a gathering and demonstration, starting from the point where Pavlos was murdered in Keratsini and ending … [Read more...]
The comrades form Antiauthoritarian Movement have translated their basic proposals brochure into English. You will find in it an explanation of what is Antiauthoritarian and the principle of Direct Democracy, and positions on main topics from labor struggles to the question of ecology. We are happy to share it here on Beyond Europe in order to deepen our exchange and make it accessible to a wider public. Antiauthoritarian Movement (A.K.) was … [Read more...]