On 22 October, uniformed assassins of the DIAS, detect a stolen vehicle in the neighbourhoods of Piraeus and pursue it. At the same time that the vehicle is trapped and immobilized, surrounded by numerous and armored police forces, the cops raise their guns and shoot in cold blood with 38 bullets 18-year-old Nikos Sampanis. Typically brought into the arms of civil justice are 7 cops involved in the murder, who under the blessings and praise of the Minister of Uniformed Killers himself, Theodorikakos, are released. The operation is a complete success. Score – one dead for one stolen vehicle.
From propaganda to praxis
Justice is a revolutionary affair and comes like the Sword of Damocles on your heads. As a minimum first retaliation for the previously announced murder of Niko Sampani, we take responsibility for the explosive attacks with low-powered devices on the houses of two bounty hunters in uniform, Lefteris Gatos at 19 Graziou Street and Dimitrios Daggli at 45 Olympiad Street, in the early morning hours of November 15th in Thessaloniki. Our attacks took place a few hours after a new outrageous event came to light: the arrest of yet another uniformed man for indecent assault on his 4-year-old daughter. We had made it clear that nothing goes unanswered, let alone a murder. And while incidents of police brutality are increasing by the day, passive waiting is not one of our characteristics. We go on the offensive again by publicly stating that as of today the bounty list has 19 more unpunished scumbags (with no guarantee that the above two will not be re-targeted in the future).
To cut the laughter…
Last July, we proceeded to put a public bounty on 21 hired killers of the Greek Police, showing you a small but not insignificant sample of our own factionalism in the face of your impunity. And we saw the fear and terror in your eyes when you took Tsairidis from channel to channel crying and begging justice for protection. A few months later, our deeds complement our words. As long as you are unpunished, you are unprotected. History itself has shown that murderers and torturers will always meet the punishing hand of revolutionary violence, of true justice. That is why our attacks on the political descendants of the junta’s torturers, a few hours before the anniversary of the ’73 uprising, are a tribute to the memory of the dead of the Polytechnic. Continue reading “Thessaloniki, Greece: Explosive attacks on 2 houses of assassins in uniform by Direct Action Cells – Organzation Anarchist Action”
The most important aspect of the revolutionary war against the tyranny of the state and capitalism is the recovery of moral values, the barrier to universal decline and the redefinition of the word dignity. The head is mechanically lifted from the neck, but it is the soul, faith and determination that are the tools that stand up to the enemy. We are two worlds violently and universally reckoned. And if we are inferior in strength we are always superior in quality. For our stature begins with our eyes and reaches to the full-lit stars.
In the real dimension of the revolutionary struggle, words without deeds are prayers without perspective. And the world is not changed by wishful thinking. The real rupture is in the actual field of military conflict with every mechanism of subjugation, the state and capitalism. Moving from subversive theory to practical aggressive propaganda, we translate into practice the words of the militant formation of the Organization Anarchist Action, taking responsibility for the arson attack on the house of a well-known and unexceptional drug lord at 147 Kassandrou Street in the centre of Thessaloniki in the early morning of October 13, the day when the trial-parody of comrades N. Matarraga and G. Kalaitzidis on the pretextual charge of physical and moral instigation in the execution of the drug lord Habibi in Exarchia.
In our crosshairs is another police collaborator who is trading death and decadence at the expense of the social base. The immunity enjoyed by this particular scumbag is eye-opening as his house and the showcase shops he occasionally maintains to launder money from the black coffers by arranging his business and merchandise, are located in a well-policed zone (of military-political-diplomatic interest) around the Turkish Consulate where one can meet from simple security guards to ranking agents and diplomatic attachés. It is this immunity that we want to challenge, this security and complicity that we are challenging in practice through an arson attack in the heart of the police compound.
But this particular narco-mafia, like his whole gang, is not content with simply spreading decadence in proletarian communities and subcultural neighbourhoods. He is guilty of a series of abusive behaviours and sexist attacks against workers and non-workers who happen to be in the environment where he moves. Trash like this particular mobster should be deep in the earth facing only dirt only to be met and punished again by those who lose their lives thanks to their dirty wares. But to also meet their friends like Habibi who lost his showdown with revolutionary law. Continue reading “Thessaloniki, Greece: Responsibility claim for the arson attack on a drug dealer’s house”