Last May, Syspirosi Atakton published a short note about what we called a worrying development, when Cyprus Police used summary procedures to block access to a harmless prank website by using unrelated laws to compel internet service providers to make it happen. We ended our note with a call to all radicals and progressives not to get used to the creeping totalitarianism just because it comes in tiny, easily digestible chunks. Only a few … [Read more...]
Syspirosi Atakton (CY)
We consider ourselves as part of a wider anarchist/antiauthoritarian movement willing to deconstruct and undermine the structural forms of the current socio-political system and put into practice alternative forms of socio-political organisation. Based on our local experience we are participating to an international antiauthoritarian network, trying to circulate the ideas of self-organization, self-legislation and solidarity. Read the whole text...
We share with you the common statement from the Demilitarised Nicosia/Cyprus assembly that Syspirosi Atakton is participating with other groups from the north and south side of Cyprus. Together they organized the march on the 27th February. Common statement after the Demilitarised march on the 27th February 2015! (cyprios and turkish follow) Peace will come only when all armies leave For the past 10 years we 've been having separate, … [Read more...]
In her book „Feminism is for everybody“ the American author and social activist bell hooks brings it to the point: “Feminist thinking teaches us all, especially, how to love justice and freedom in ways that foster and affirm life”. This thought and the intention to connect different feminist struggles internationally were in our mind when we decided to launch this small project for the International Women’s day 2015. Today, we were out on the … [Read more...]
This year marks the 51st anniversary of the establishment of the “Green Line” along the historic centre of Nicosia, a result of the bi-communal conflicts of 1963. This line is not only a symbol of the ethnic conflict and the division of the island into separate zones; it reflects the role of the British and the presence of the UN multinational army between the clashing ethnic troops; it refers also to the military coup of the Greek Junta and the … [Read more...]