February 28, 2021 –
Received by Email:
“You can kill the revolutionary, but you can’t kill the revolution”
– Fred Hampton
Today (27th Feb) we hung a banner overlooking the M32 motorway in the St. Pauls area of Bristol. It is a minimal action of solidarity for
Greek revolutionary Dimitris Koufontinas, unrepentant former member of revolutionary organisation 17 November, who has spent 18 years in the hell holes of the Greek prison system. He has been on hunger strike for 51 days now, since 8th January and escalated to a thirst strike 5 days ago.
He is fighting against the vindictive move by the Greek state who
moved him to the high security prison of Domokos, when he should have been moved to Korydallos prison in Athens.
We see along with our comrades in Greece a vengeful junta-esque regime of Kyriakos Mitsotakis, the Bakoyannis family and Nea Demokratia (New Democracy) mafia who wants to not only kill a revolutionary they have history with, but also to destroy all opposition to their new regime.
One only has to remember the killing of Bobby Sands, along with other
IRA prisoners 40 years ago, to compare Mitsotakis to that bitch Margaret Thatcher.
We will not let the revolutionary fire or our memory be extinguished,
neither at home or internationally. This is only the beginning, to smash
the fear, apathy and social peace on this island of privilege.
Some anarchists who know how to act!