On New Year’s Eve, in a suite of the luxurious MET Hotel, an anthropomorphic gang of golden boys, including the businessman in the catering industry Manos Papadopoulos (owner of Achillion) and the owners of Coca-cola in Greece Evagoras and Vassilis Leventis, bind the 24-year-old Georgia Bika and after drugging her, proceed to gang rape her. From the first moment she finds the strength and power to stand on her feet and with determination not to remain silent, denouncing the incident. One of the rapists (Vassilis Leventis) is arrested and released, with him a few hours later posing provocatively on social media holding the newspaper that records his exploits on the cover. Into the scene of decadence enters yet another extra of misery, the defense attorney for one of the rapists. Theophilos Alexopoulos, full of audacity, unfolds his manhood behind his professional capacity, finding Georgia Bika in the police station and verbally attacking her in order to intimidate her and prevent her from taking legal action.
This ease with which some scoundrels move, overwhelmed by the feeling of impunity that stems simultaneously from the privileges of patriarchy and the security they enjoy through the social and class status they enjoy, has always been a characteristic that has armed our thinking, our will but above all our conscious duty of revenge. We take responsibility for the incendiary attack with a low-powered device on the law office of pimp and rapist supporter Theophilos Alexopoulos at 74 Egnatia Street in Thessaloniki on the morning of 31 January.
The events through the perseverance and determination of Georgia, which stood alone against the wall of the Patriarchy, occupy the public sphere where the existence of a whole pimping ring that drugs and promotes young girls for the tastes and manliness of the economic elite is methodically revealed. A circuit that has the backing of the uniformed rapists and the bourgeois justice system to wash their faces based on their economic and social status and the political-economic interests they represent in both the legal economy and the black underground economy through the drug, arms, protection and trafficking mafias. Continue reading “Thessaloniki, Greece: Incendiary attack on the office of Leventis lawyer Th. Alexopoulos by Direct Action Cells – Anarchist Action Organization”