Es wurden keine neuen Veranstaltungshinweise in der letzten Woche veröffentlicht
Keine kommenden Veranstaltungen veröffentlicht
Donald Trump: A New Emperor of the Lumpenproletariat? 12:18 Sep 25 0 comments
The Mass Psychopathy of Shamelessness: From Israel to the UN 06:28 Jun 13 0 comments
The People of India Are Taking It to the Streets 21:58 Dez 27 0 comments
Indian Government Going to War Against Its Own People 03:29 Dez 27 0 comments
Origins of the Crisis: On the Coup in Bolivia 00:23 Nov 30 0 commentsmehr >>
Recent articles by glykosymoritis
US neonazis question Golden Dawn MP's 'race' 0 commentsRecent Articles about Greece / Turkey / Cyprus Anti-fascism
Greece: Abusive trial of University Rector and anti-Nazi activist after Golden Dawn complaint!
greece / turkey / cyprus | anti-fascism | news report Samstag August 31, 2013 05:22 by glykosymoritis
Greece: Abusive trial of University Rector and anti-Nazi activist after Golden Dawn complaint!
Greek Helsinki Monitor (GHM) denounces as doubly abusive the trial scheduled to be held on 3 September 2013, before the Athens Single-Member Misdemeanors Court, of the former Rector of the National Technical University of Athens, Konstantinos Moutzouris, and of the Secretary of the Revolutionary Workers Party, Sabetai Matsas. The full charges translated in English by Greek Helsinki Monitor follow. The charges are doubly abusive. First and mostly because the defendants are accused of having caused a breach of the peace through the initiation of violent actions by participants in a publicly-assembled crowd, but no such violent actions are described in the charges and no dates of such alleged actions are mentioned. Secondly, because the defendants are charged for texts uploaded on the university’s and the party’s website which are political discourse that, even if considered that they may “offend, shock or disturb”, are protected by the case-law of the European Court of Human Rights. These texts may in no way be classified as incitement which supposedly led to a breach of piece and to ensuing violence.
The charges (translated in English by GHM)The first of the defendants, Konstantinos Moutzouris, son of Ioannis, in Athens, during the months of January 2009 and May 2009, with more than one acts that constitute a continuation of the same crime, intentionally provided any form of assistance to others (…) prior to and during the commission of the wrongful act of article 192 of the Criminal Code, committed by unknown others. Namely, as Rector of the National Technical University of Athens (NTUA), he allowed the use of optic fibers that had been allocated to the above educational institution by the National Research and Technology Network SA (EDET AE), a subsidiary company of the Ministry of Development, by unknown operators of the internet website “Athens Indymedia,” despite the fact that it is forbidden to provide free services for purposes other than educational or research. The [unknown operators], in their posts on the above website during the above time periods, publically provoked and agitated citizens to violent actions amongst themselves and to mutual discord, thus committing a breach of the peace. [The operators accomplished this] with the following web posts: “they also called for a gathering in December, which for some reason they canceled because we would have taken their scalps during those days”; “the organizers should know that there’s a war going on, or rather the civil war has never stopped”; “may God help to fuck their Lady Mary”; “Cops and nazis [are part of] the same shop”; “the class duty of the national traitor [is] fire again at the unknown soldier”; “of course we’ll go down [there] to break their heads”; “fascists, your grandparents are in the wells of Meligala, you, for now go back to your holes.” All these phrases were aimed at inciting the volition of others to [commit] a particular illegal behavior by stirring the emotions and the abhorrence of one group of citizens towards another, resulting in a breach of the peace, through the initiation of violent actions with unified forces against persons and objects by participants in a publically assembled crowd.
The second of the defendants, Sabetai Matsas son of Benakis, in the above place [Athens] and on May 8, 2009, he publically and, in one way or another, publically provoked and agitated citizens to violent actions amongst themselves and to mutual discord, thus committing a breach of the peace. Specifically, as Secretary of the Revolutionary Workers Party, he posted on the above party’s website an announcement of the rally in which this party was participating. The full content of the announcement is as follows: “The audacity of the paramilitary gangs oversteps all bounds. A few months after the assassination attempt against the immigrant unionist Konstantina Kuneva, and through an ongoing pogrom against immigrants by the state, the cutthroat paramilitary gangs are threatening to make another appearance on Saturday afternoon in central Athens. Let us prevent them with a decisive, mass presence in an antifascist assembly of trade unions and political organizations at 5 p.m. in Omonia Square! to rip off the hand they are laying on our immigrant colleagues and on our democratic rights and freedoms! As in December [when] we all rose up together, local and foreign workers and youth, now, too, we will confront the paramilitary bullies who have police protection. Throughout Europe, wherever the snake’s egg is incubating again through the spasms of the systemic crisis [there] is a mass antifascist action by workers, unemployed youth, through unions [and] political organizations, [which] sets up a barrier and protects rights and freedoms (…). The government and the state have the primary responsibility for fomenting the fascist phenomenon by cultivating a climate of social automatism, an authoritarian police state, by attempting to declare the country a state of emergency. At the same time the state has absolved government officials involved in racist activities; it acquits cutthroat paramilitaries; it promotes the formation of detainment camps for immigrants. [We must] Close the offices of Chryssi Avgi [Golden Dawn]; no tolerance for cutthroat paramilitaries. The people don’t forget; [send] the fascists to the gallows.”
The above text was aimed at inciting the volition of others to [commit] a particular illegal behavior by stirring the emotions and the abhorrence of one group of citizens towards another through simplified generalizations, thus transgressing the boundaries of legitimate protest and expression of opinion, and resulting in a breach of the peace through the initiation of violent actions with unified forces against persons and objects by participants in a publically assembled crowd.
They are charged with the violation of articles 1, 14, 16, 17, 18 items e-d-b, 26 para. 1a, 27 para 1, 47 para 1, 51, 53, 79, 83, 192 of the Criminal Code.
Sources: Greek Helsinki Monitor (http://cm.greekhelsinki.gr/index.php?sec=194&cid=3830) & Dawn of the Greeks (http://dawnofthegreeks.wordpress.com/2013/08/25/greece-...aint/)
Do 28 Jan, 08:13
For Berkin Elvan 21:09 Do 13 Mär 0 comments
We have lost our Berkin. He was shot by police in Taksim riots while he was going to buy bread from the market. He was in his 15.
Greece: A fascist murder 19:14 Mi 18 Sep 0 comments
Antifascist worker and hip hop artist murdered by Golden Dawn nazis in Piraeus
Greece: Neonazi murdered a 34 years old man in Athens 15:51 Mi 18 Sep 0 comments
Photo of the murdered Pavlos Fyssas via Το κουτί της Πανδώρας
US neonazis question Golden Dawn MP's 'race' 17:15 So 11 Aug 0 comments
MP of the Greek parliament Ilias Kasidiaris was photographed recently sporting a tattoo of a swastika and ancient Greek helmet on his arm.
Athens: Third antifascist motorcycle demo clashed with neo-Nazis 21:01 Do 04 Okt 0 comments
Athens: Third antifascist motorcycle demo clashed with neo-Nazis
Greece: Fascists in the City of Patras 00:42 Do 11 Dez 0 comments
Elements of the Greek para-state emerge in Patras.
Announcement about the arson of Prapopoulou Squat 22:07 Mo 31 Mär 0 comments
Turkey: Protest about Immigration and State Violence 16:57 Mo 24 Sep 1 comments
On the 23rd of September about 100 people from different parties and associations made a common press declaration on the questions of immigration and the increasing state violence in Turkey.
Hrant Dink: This Heart Will Never Go Silent! 15:17 Sa 20 Jan 3 comments
“Those who killed Hrant Dink are” shouted one speaker at Taksim square sit-in yesterday evening “those who don’t want people’s fraternity, …those who killed 1,5 million Armenians, … those who exiled hundreds of thousands of Kurds from their villages, …those who created Sivas, Çorum, Maraş massacres, …those who represent the rotten gang order of this country, …”
-Heather Heyer? -Present! Aug 18 0 comments
Common Statement of the Anarcosyndicalist Initiative Rocinante and the Industrial Workers of the World (IWW Greece) regarding the assassination of Heather Heyer in Charlottesville Virginia, USA.
HDP arrests: on the road to dictatorship in Turkey Nov 15 0 comments
In the absence of concerted international pressure on Turkey to rein in Erdogan’s authoritarianism, the only plausible outcome is further violence.
The Vocabulary of Greek Neo-Nazis Jun 27 0 comments
Το Λεξικό των Ελλήν&... Jun 26 0 comments
Το Λεξικό των Ελλήνων ΝεοΝαζί
In the evening of 16/9/2020 at Thessaloniki, Greece, during a social intervention, anti-fascists were collectively erasing fascist hate slogans and graffiti, which were written a few days earlier by members of the new neo-Nazi party “Greeks for Fatherland” (Έλληνες για την Πατρίδα) - founded by Ilias Kassidiaris, an ex-representative of the Nazi party “Golden Dawn” (Χρυσή Αυγή) – and replacing them by antifascist graffiti instead. Around 10:30 PM our comrades were surrounded by a large group of police forces that attacked them without reason. Fifty-one comrades were taken into custody to the Police General Headquarters in Thessaloniki and kept there 2 to 4 days under the most deplorable conditions. In total, fifteen of them were injured while another two were even admitted to the hospital due to the heavy injuries caused by the police officers involved in the attack. Both during the arrest and under custody, the police did not cease to provoke and abuse their power - the ability to rule and control given to them by the state -, attempting to break the spirit of our comrades.
Coup is the State, Revolution is Liberty! Jul 20 DAF 0 comments
The coup, which has been an inevitable reality of the state presence in this geography since the military coup of 1980, arose after 36 years, on the night of July 15. Many state buildings were blocked for a few hours during the military mobilisation based in Istanbul and Ankara. The coup started with flypast of fighter jets in Ankara and blocking of bridges in Istanbul by soldiers, and continued with taking hostage of chief of general staff and tank noise and gun shots in the streets. Many state buildings were shot by F16s and helicopters including the parliament building and the headquarters of National Intelligence Organisation; There were clash of arms in many places between soldiers and police. Following the events, national state television broadcast was cut and the coup declaration signed 'Peace at Home Council'' was read. When the ''5 Hour Coup'' ended, more than one hundred soldiers, more than eighty police officers and more than eighty anti-coup protesters died. 2839 soldiers, among them many high ranked ones, were taken into custody.
Kurdish Movement Releases Statement on Turkey Coup Attempt Jul 17 0 comments
The umbrella organisation of the Kurdish movement, the Kurdistan Communities Union (KCK) Executive Council Co-Presidency, has released a statement about last night's coup attempt in Turkey.
Anti-authoritarian space attacked Nov 26 0 comments
Regarding the ignition of an explosive device at the free social space “Buena Ventura” (Thessaloniki)
Never again fascism - call for the formation of a Popular Antifascist Initiative Jun 16 OADE - Greece 1 comments
Today we take a stance about an unpleasant episode which is promoted to be on in early September 2005 in the region of Meligala (2) and which will brings our memories back in a dark period of the contemporary Greek history.more >>