On 8/4 and 19/5 we chose to attack two branches of the multinational company Lidl. These targets were not chosen at random. A few months before, in an attempt by an elderly woman to squeeze, without paying the price of products for her living, she was bullied by security guards – protectors of the bosses’ profits. In a period of constant impoverishment of the lower classes of the population, and over-inflation of the bosses’ profits, the class gap seems to be constantly blurring. The poor are getting poorer and the rich are getting richer. The steady decline in wages and the simultaneous increase in the cost of living (food, electricity, rent, fuel) leave us with no other answer than to attack the devaluation of our lives. Within the framework of the counter-attack we include both the frontal confrontation with the bosses and the act of expropriation. An act politically coloured, embedded in a context of taking back what belongs to us. Precisely because we understand it as a political choice we cannot separate it from a context of solidarity supportive of the individuals who choose or are pushed down this path. At the same time we are outraged by the care of a legal framework that leaves its own people (Noor1 shipowners, Floros Energa) in the clear but at the same time it is also unacceptable in its severity to the persons that it pushed into these choices. In the frontal assault on the people of our class, we do not choose to bow our heads, but rather we advocate direct action, solidarity and resistance by any means to the oppressors of our lives.
EVERYTHING IS OURS BECAUSE EVERYTHING IS STOLEN
“DOO* TO THE SUPERMARKETS
REFUSALS OF PAYMENT WAR ON THE WAR OF THE BOSSES
SOLIDARITY WITH HUNGER STRIKER C. MIKHAILIDIS FROM 23/5
*DN Note: A phrase that is not translatable into English, that is shouted by anarchists when an attack normally with molotovs is begun during a riot or an attack on cops.