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Η απειλή της θανατικής ποινης με την garotte και η εικοσαετής, τελικά, ποινή του, επέστησαν τη διεθνή προσοχή στην αντίσταση στο καθεστώς του Φράνκο. Στη φυλακή ο Christie σχημάτισε μόνιμες φιλίες με αναρχικούς μαχητές της δικής του αλλά και παλαιότερων γενεών. Επέστρεψε από την Ισπανία το 1967, μεγαλύτερος και σοφότερος, αλλά εξίσου αποφασισμένος να συνεχίσει τον αγώνα και να χρησιμοποιήσει τη φήμη του για να βοηθήσει τους συντρόφους που άφησε πίσω του. read full story / add a comment
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Διεθνή / Αναρχική Ιστορία / Κριτική / Παρουσίαση Friday August 14, 2020 19:29 by Dmitri (trns and ed)   image 1 image
Η παρούσα βιογραφία του Pierre Ramus περιλαμβάνεται στην μπροσούρα των “Why does Anarchism progress so slowly”, μια έκδοση των ισπανόφωνων εκδόσεων Acracia σε συνεργασία με το Grupo Cultural de Estudios Sociales στη Μελβούρνη ,τον Ιούλη του 2020. Μετάφραση: Ούτε Θεός-Ούτε Αφέντης. read full story / add a comment
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russia / ukraine / belarus / anarchist movement / news report Wednesday August 12, 2020 00:11 by Pramen   image 2 images
If you had asked people in Belarus how long the dictatorship of Lukashenko was left in early 2020, they would have looked at you like a fool. In a respected dictatorship, such questions are not asked, because you know what can happen. And in general, it so happens that the reign of the great leader is timeless. But the situation has changed so radically over the last 8 months that Belarusians took to the streets and for the first time in the new history of Belarus they fought back the police in at least 33 different cities of the country.

Today Belarusians have woken up in a new country. In it, people openly talk about hatred for the government and prepare for a violent confrontation with the police and state. They discuss online and live effective methods of struggle. Several factories went on strike the day after the elections.

And although the electoral commission reports about the victory of the dictator once again, objectively speaking, Lukashenko lost the election. He lost the election not to some certain candidate, but rather to the Belarusian people, who said that 26 years was enough.

How has Belarus turned from a stable dictatorship, where the most peaceful people live, into a protest center in Europe? read full story / add a comment

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