Category Archives: Riots

Mexico: Chronicle of days of looting & revolt. Or what is to come

translated from the Spanish. Originally published on Jan. 8th, 2017 in Antagonismo – Por el communismo y anarquia. English translation via Ediciones Ineditos, who we thank for allowing us to republish it. ****** How much more can they take from … Continue reading

Posted in #gasalinazo, Analysis, Insurrection, Mexico, Report-backs, Riots

Brazil: On the protests against PEC 241/55 in Porto Alegre (25.11 & 13.12, 2016) [Eng/Port/Esp]

They want us awake at the first hour of the day to work every day and if possible for our who life until the last years of our strength…For what? We already understand and we will not accept it. The … Continue reading

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Greece: Protest turns into a fierce riot 8 years after the murder of Alexis Grigoropoulos by the police

New video from the fierce riot that “exploded” in Athens on December 6, 2016, commemorating the 8th year since 15 years old Alexis Grigoropoulos murder in cold blood by a policeman in the Exarcheia neighborhood of Athens, on December 6, … Continue reading

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Dispatches from Greece Two: The Exarcheia Commune Rises and Defends Itself, a Review of the Battle

“Ons Danse le Lachrymo…” Graffiti, France, July 2016 (transl. “We Dance the Teargas”) “Comrade, will you watch these while I throw one?” He is tall, masked from head to toe in black, and is known to me. As he speaks … Continue reading

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