Thessaloniki – Responsibility claim
There have been successive repressive attacks against anarchist centres by the state and its mercenaries recently. From the disconnection of the water at the 111 squat in Thessaloniki, the evictions of Villa Zografou and Drakopouleio in Athens, to the cop invasion of Agrinio social centre, nothing will go unanswered.
We support squatting as a means of struggle against sovereignty and any authority whether established by law or not. It comes as the conscious choice of not working for some boss so as to pay some other landlord. We build our relations on solidarity, acting anti-hierarchically and with self-management, satisfying our needs and fulfilling our desires without mediators.
We plant honest bonds of trust through common experience. Knowing about the general social circumstances of alienation we don’t have any illusions, but we live our desires here and now, trying to survive in the modern metropolis and the rotten uniformity of the urban scenery. Alongside the above, squats are focal points of resistance against normality and the struggle against any form of authority.
Tuesday morning, on March 14, we approached E.Y.A.Th., which is stationed in Kamara and threw paint, flyers and wrote slogans. We chose to attack that company symbolically as a minimum response to the cutting off of the water of 111 squat. This particular company, making profits from the exploitation of natural resources, has recently adopted hard-line policies, disconnecting water in places, squatted or not, and increasing rates.
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