Filed under: Action, Anarchist Movement, Communique, Northeast, Solidarity
This communique was originally published on 325 which we republish here.
On September 2nd, we attacked the Greek embassy in New York City, smashing the front window and tagging the entrance with a circle-A.
This action was in solidarity with the anarchists and refugees in Exarcheia, where the fascist Greek state has begun evicting squats and sending immigrants to concentration camps. So far, at least four squats have been evicted and 143 people arrested by the pigs, brutally ripping people from their homes under orders from the extreme right-wing New Democracy party.
Let’s not forget it is the American imperialist pigs, along with the British and French colonizers, that have brutally exploited and occupied parts of the Middle East and Africa, carving away borders with blood and making way for puppet regimes and despots forcing millions to flee their homes.
For anarchists internationally, the struggle in Exarcheia has been a source of inspiration, as anarchists have fought to create autonomous territory, defending revolutionary spaces from the state and providing housing to refugees, the people most effected by the vicious cruelty of the Greek state.
The fight for freedom against fascist inhumanity is global, and we will fight to destroy both the ICE gestapo in the U.S. and the fascist pig forces in Greece. We will wait at your front doors in the middle of the night with hammer in hand. Our solidarity will destroy nation-states!
This action is dedicated to anarchist martyrs Alexis Grigoropoulos, Tekoşer (Orso) Piling, and Willem Van Spronsen. Their memories live on through revolutionary actions. Martyrs are immortal!
This action was also taken in solidarity with anarchist prisoners for the International Week of Solidarity with Anarchist Prisoners. Fire to the Prisons in Greece, the U.S. and beyond!
Anarchist Attack Unit