On the 20th till 22nd of June EU summit took place in Porto Carras 120 kilometers from Thessaloniki ,Greece. Anarchist/antiautoritarians mobilized for the actions against the summit. Already a few days before parts of Aristoteli University in Thessaloniki has been squatted by anarchist in order to create space for discussions, counterinformation and preparing actions. On Thursday 18th of June anarchist/authoritarian demonstration in solidarity with the immigrants gathered 4000 people. Anarchist demonstration on Saturday 21st of June, rejecting dialog with both authorities and reformist groups choose an offensive strategy of targeting symbols of power and capital, as well as confronting police forces. During the demonstrations in the center of Thessaloniki over hundred persons were detained, beaten, some tortured by police and forced to sign the blank papers to be used for the juridical frame-up. Twenty-nine of those have been charged. On Sunday 22nd solidarity manifestation of about 200 participants took place in front of the Thessaloniki court. In the same time the media and politicians been praising the police tactics as a representation of the "real democracy of Greek presidency". They attempted to depoliticize anarchist demonstration defining it as "the act of vandalism ", because it was the only part of the protest, which attacked democratic status quo based on dialog with the power and the state. On Wednesday 25th public persecutor and interrogation judge put in the provisional imprisonment (maximum 18 months until the trial) seven of detainees. The other 22, which has been released (some of them on very high bails) are still facing charges and will be trialed. In this moment in prison remain two Spanish, one British, one Syrian political refugee living in Greece and three Greek comrades. All the prisoners are supposed to be separated from each other and the three Greek comrades are put in the minor's prisons known for the horrible conditions. There is a need to extend actions of solidarity all over the world for our imprisoned comrades.
Solidarity is a weapon! By all means necessary!