A young man with 2 saxophones stopped me and told me 5 years ago in Brooklyn, I had to pawn my saxophone and now I’m going to start playing again. When I left the area had surrendered to fire and the flames were snatching away what little the expropriators had left behind. To this question I answer YES, a new concept is emerging, the concept of direct anti-authority.
With historical memory, critical thinking and class consciousness, we cannot but recognise our enemies in the neighbourhoods, parliaments, courtrooms and town halls. Particularly in Kaisariani, which is also a neighbourhood with a tradition of struggles and social resistance, various cabals that have nothing to do with the popular part of the neighbourhood of Kaisariani are appropriating its history in order to camouflage their investment projects, from which the developers and the bosses will be the winners.
Specifically, the plans of Voskopoulos and Theodoricakos are:
- Zoning that includes 14 dual-capacity spots (28 parking spaces) and accessible electric vehicle recharging points.
- The historic Harama Center will be restored and become a museum.
- Theater ,open, 700 seats.
- Redevelopment of the National Resistance Museum.
- Construction of climbing walls and Skate Park.
- Redevelopment of Kaisariani square with cold materials and intelligent lighting.