In Italia lo sport più diffuso è saltare sul carro del vincitore, io non salto su nessun carro. Ma se il comunismo è la strada per arrivare all’anarchia sì, sono sempre comunista

Gino Paoli (via sentenze)

Coerenza tra mezzi e fini portami via. Perfino ad un anarchico sociale e organizzatore come Malatesta sarebbe venuta la pella d’oca a leggere una cosa del genere.

«l’anarchismo sarebbe il fine e la dittatura del proletariato il mezzo, di conseguenza per liberare il popolo bisognerebbe iniziare con l’asservirlo!». Questo però è Bakunin.

Daje con la dittatura sul proletariato (notata la differenza?), cit.

Rebloggato da sentenze

Ci sono padroni solo perché ci sono schiavi e gli dei restano solo perché i fedeli si inginocchiano.

— Piccolo manuale dell’anarchico-individualista, Emile Armand.

Il vostro continuo richiamo alla meritocrazia gerarchica mi disgusta. Provo un odio viscerale verso il senso di vergogna e di indignazione di voi sfruttati.

Nessun risentimento nei confronti di voi sfruttatori.

Nessun vittimismo da parte mia.

fromgreecetoanarchy:

Greece: Day 3 of the December Revolt in 2008 
(Location Syntagma Sq.,Greek Parliament)

Footage that has never been shown before. The video has been shot in the afternoon of December 8, 2008, outside the greek Parliament in Athens where during a protest by thousands of school kids, police attacked and made arrests all throughout the day. During that day, that was the first school day after the murder, schools all over Greece were squatted in order to protest, against the murder of a kid their age by the police for no reason.

During those first days, we did not realize that we were part of something bigger, something that from a reflex riot against the murder of 15 year old Alexis Grigoropoulos on the night of December 6, 2008 by a policeman, would turn into a wildfire of riots that quickly spread across the country and shook Greece for more than a month, inspired solidarity actions all over the globe and influenced the resistance movements around the world in the years that followed.

It has to be noted, that there are very few videos from the first days of the December Revolt shot by activists, simply because everyone was taking part in direct actions without caring to document it.

fromgreecetoanarchy:

Greece: Day 2 of the December Revolt in 2008 (Location Patistion St, Exarcheia)

Footage that has never been shown before from the December Riots. The video has been shot at Patision St. in front of the Polytechnic School of Athens at Exarchia, at approximately 17:20, at the return to the squated (at the time) Polytechnic Scool of Athens from a massive riot in Alexandras Avenue towards the headquarters of the greek police that lasted for many hours.

During those first days (in this particular December 7, 2008) we did not realize that we were part of something bigger, something that from a reflex riot against the murder of 15 year old Alexis Grigoropoulos on the night of December 6, 2008 by a policeman several hundred meters from where this video was shot, would turn into a wildfire of riots that quickly spread across the country and shook Greece for more than a month, inspired solidarity actions all over the globe and influenced the resistance movements around the world in the years that followed.

It has to be noted, that there are very few videos from the first days of the December Revolt shot by activists, simply because everyone was taking part in direct actions without caring to document it.

fromgreecetoanarchy:

Day 2 of the December Revolt in 2008 
(Location Alexandras Avenue - March against the Police HQ)

Footage that has never been shown before. The video has been shot at Alexandras Avenue in the morning of December 7, 2008 and it is the first massive march of the greek Revolt, this one towards the greek Police Headquarters. The riot lasted for many hours and the mass of people was gradually broken by the police into 3 different large groups with continuous attacks with asphyxiating gas. Each large group was dispersing into smaller parts scattered in almost every street in the area and continued attacking banks and public buildings, as well as, a Ministry and the police station at Exarcheia, until very late into the night. And that was only the beginning. The biggest riot yet come took place on the next day (i.e. Monday December 8).

During those first days, we did not realize that we were part of something bigger, something that from a reflex riot against the murder of 15 year old Alexis Grigoropoulos on the night of December 6, 2008 by a policeman several hundred meters from where this video was shot, would turn into a wildfire of riots that quickly spread across the country and shook Greece for more than a month, inspired solidarity actions all over the globe and influenced the resistance movements around the world in the years that followed.

It has to be noted, that there are very few videos from the first days of the December Revolt shot by activists, simply because everyone was taking part in direct actions without caring to document it.