Solidarity to arrested Grigoris Tsironis and Spiros Christodoulou and in active insurrectionary memory of Spiros Dravilas-Greece

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11265224_1645450239001860_542989833419238115_nLiving a dignified path under the most adverse conditions

The police operation in Nea Aghialos on 20 .5.2015 was crowned as a “success”. The tv
cannibals stand over our friend’s dead body and scream: Grigoris
Tsironis, Spiros Christodoulou and the deceased Spiros Dravilas are
ruthless robbers and blood-thirsty murderers.

Grigoris was and remains a comrade. From his first arrests, a result of
his participation in the Polytechnic occupation in 1995 and the
struggles against the regeneration of Exarchia square in 1997, up to his
participation in dozens of dynamic interventions of the anarchist
movement and his active presence as a worker in the courier syndicate,
Grigoris was always by our side. A fugitive as of January 2006 after the
expropriation of a National Bank on Solonos street, he lived ten years
of battle and survival against capitalism and its repressive mechanisms.

With a bounty on his head since 2009 for the same case and
targetted all these years, he managed to maintain his humanity and
militancy despite the adversities and the hunt set up against him by the
modern persecution squad.

Spiros Christodoulou was and remains an unrepentant proletarian who
carved and carves his own dignified path under the most adverse
conditions: prison and illegality.

Just like Spiros Dravilas… He had tasted it from the age of 21 when he
first came into contact with the harsh reality of incarceration. Since
then, with many years on his back as a prisoner, escapee and fugitive up
to the age of 34 when he consciously rejected the lengthly deprivation
of his freedom. He refused, like very few can, to see himself walking
through those miserable corridors and cells of the correctional
hell-holes, leaving the last years of an unsubjugated youth in the
modern galleys.

WE DO NOT FORGIVE – WE DO NOT FORGET

SOLIDARITY TO THE ARRESTEES, GRIGORIS TSIRONIS AND SPIROS CHRISTODOULOU

FIRE TO THE PRISONS

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