(repost from athens indymedia)
Whether we like it or not, there is a war. In this war everyone is taking part. Those who are not taking part, that is those who choose to be neutrally silent, do nothing but contributing in imposing the dominance.
We can't tolerate the crimes beginning from the school prisons, the psychiatries and the prisons, going on within the structure of the paid slavery, the extortionate draining of thousands of workers. We can't tolerate a society that sinks in the bog of the consumism obsession and the “don't-care” misery a society which the only thing it does is to obey the dominance, allowing the imperialistic wars of the New Roma, of Pax Americana and of their allying extortionate, leaving countless dead people behind them (Iraq, Lebanon, Palestine) in the name of imposing the democratic totalitarianism.
For the reasons above, we chose to take part in this war, by taking the side of the revolution as anarchists, knowing from the beginning the consequences of our choice. A revolution which, as Luxembourg said “knows to say I was, I am and I will be”. A revolution which only knows to attack.
We express our solidarity to the political prisoners, who, either accepting the accusations or not, are in prison.
Finally, we wouldn't like to talk for our case, nor to comment on the fact that we have been beaten up, the allegations of the security forces that they have information, nor to ask anything for us. Though, we want to denounce the unfair preventive detention of the 20 year old female student of the Athens Economic University, who had no connection with the action that we were about to do .
It is provocative to let a person into prison, having friendship as only clue of guilt, while financial criminals, such as Tsitouridis and Papamarkakis, who have robbed 800 million euros from the Greek people, are still free and keep on their extortionate raids.
THE STRUGGLE IS ON, IN EVERY MEAN,
TILL THE FINAL VICTORY
THE PASSION FOR FREEDOM IS STRONGER THAN THE PRISON
REVOLUTION NOW AND FOREVER
M. Tsourapas / 4th wing of Koridalos Prison
X. Kontorevithakis / Avlona Prisons