Porto Alegre, Brazil: Graffiti in solidarity with the Conspiracy of Cells of Fire

Received and translated on 11.02.16:

An escape attempt is a great provocation. What is more natural for those who love liberty passionately than to try and escape from their cage? This survival instinct strengthens bonds of affinity and solidarity with the irreducible CCF compas and makes us even more convinced that prison cannot and never will stop the anarchist guerrilla…

We know that in this trial that it is not only the CCF compas who will be facing legal machinations and imprisonment. We send greetings to Evi Statiri, Christos Polidoro, Athena Tsakalou and Spyros Mandylas who with dignity are facing the consequences of solidarity with the compas. These are ties that not only strengthen the imprisoned companeros but also cause a disruption in the middle of the shit that is the cooperation of society with police.

With the hope that these words can cross bars and oceans we want to send them a greeting during this time of trial. Particularly as they are showing once more that they refuse to accept the rules of the judicial circus, rejecting it like animals who refuse to be domesticated to be part of the show. What could be more natural for an anarchist than to refuse to cooperate or fall into the legal traps of the state?

Walking with their heads held high in the direction of anarchy with dignity and defiance…they know that every step they take strengthens us and provides enduring momentum to keep fighting…

We salute Aggeliki Spyropoulou and CCF

This entry was posted in Anarchist Prisoners, Angeliki Spyropoulou, Athena Tsakalou, Brazil, Christos Polidoros, Conspiracy of Cells of Fire (CCF), Direct Action, Evi Statiri, Graffiti, Greece, International Solidarity, Porto Alegre, Spyros Mandylas. Bookmark the permalink.

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