Letter from the three accused of the robbery in Evia, central Greece

We are witnesses of a key historical development, of a new even more devastating world unfolding in front of us. The so-called capitalist crisis and the merciless pillage that follows it, signal a new phase of the metropolitan war and its two devastating aspects. Violence and violence; ideological violence, repressive violence. We speak of a new phase of war exactly because we perceive the era that preceded the crisis equally barbarian and flattening. It was that unforgettable era of “affluence”, which prefaced insidiously and patiently what we live today. It was a continuous “low intensity” war, which during two decades managed to extend itself by handing out dreams, illusions and ideology.

Lending, as the last “invention” in order to extend the lifetime of the developed capitalist world, was not only the yuppies, their statistics and their numbers. It was also those. Mainly however it was the ideological . . . → Συνέχεια: Letter from the three accused of the robbery in Evia, central Greece

About Yiannis Skouloudis

Yiannis Skouloudis was arrested by the cops on the 13th of October 2010 in the city of Thessaloniki, following the arson of a power company (DEI) vehicle. After his remand, he claimed -through a letter from prison- responsibility for the arsonist attack. The authorities also issued a warrant of arrest for four of his comrades. On the 13th of January 2011 the 4 fugitives (Dimtsiadis D., Tsilianidis M., Fessas D. and Tzifkas S.) are arrested in Athens.

On March 22, 2012 the court case of Y. Skouloudis, , Sokratis Tzifkas, Babis Tsilianidis, Dimitris Dimtsiadis, Dimitris Fessas regarding the arson of a power company (DEI) vehicle starts in Thessaloniki. From the first day, Yiannis Skouloudis, Sokratis Tzifkas, Babis Tsilianidis, Dimitris Dimtsiadis did not appear in court, refusing the whole process. The court, after a short recess, continues on March 26. Finally, the court decision was: Y. Skouloudis 5 . . . → Συνέχεια: About Yiannis Skouloudis

About the case of Panagiotis Giannos

Letter of Panagiotis Giannos

Letter from Thodoris Delis

“Liberty is indivisible; one cannot curtail a part of it without killing all of it.”

For the past month-and-a-half, I’ve been experiencing the “marvelous hospitality” of Greek prisons. My voyage began with an inexplicably lengthy stay in the dungeons of Rhodes, my next stop was the transfer office on Petrou Ralli Street in Athens, and I ended up (at least for now) in Alikarnassos Prison on the island of Crete. Although I’ve been inside for too short a period of time to make sweeping generalizations, I’d still like to contribute my limited experiences to this very important project of creating a publication exclusively dedicated to the words of prisoners themselves.

Conditions in the dungeons of Rhodes were literally inhuman. Nevertheless, to seek freedom is strongly instinctive, and I therefore longed to glimpse a sliver of sky through a window somewhere. But I soon learned that . . . → Συνέχεια: Letter from Thodoris Delis