Orchestrating Melodies of Destruction
May 14th was not an ordinary night for the cops at Kaisariani Police Station. Just before 4AM, while the city slept in darkness and the cops slept in their laziness, we woke them up with the deafening melody of the fire that perfectly accompanied their high-pitched screams. The spectacle was completed by sounds of explosions and the screams of some unlucky cops who caught on fire and ended up in hospital.
The unrepentant urban guerrilla and political prisoner Dimitris Koufontinas is once again on hunger strike to demand the granting of regular furloughs from prison. The prison authorities and some prosecutors acting as a vanguard along with SYRIZA are applying political and physical pressure, targeting the comrade, denying him permission and presenting him with the following ultimatum of extortion: you will renounce your values or we will cut off your furloughs. We for our part do not let time go to waste. Every minute his request is not met, our hatred grows, and we are preparing new actions with greater escalation. If Dimitris Koufontinas suffers anything the consequences will be unmanageable. We will burn you alive.
Incendiary Signal in Response to the Call for a Black May
10 years have passed since Anarchist revolutionary Mauricio Morales was killed when the explosive device he was carrying detonated. During those 10 years his memory has not faded at all. Some are accustomed to saying that time is the best doctor because it softens the wounds caused by the pain and sadness. But we think differently. Every time we recover from the loss of a comrade, we are convinced even more, and we move in a more determined way with our actions. We honor his memory through our actions and our hateful attacks. We find it inappropriate at the moment to provide an analysis. We let the language of fire speak for us.
PS: Our action took place several hours before the 34th anniversary of the day when the Anarchist urban guerrilla Christos Tsoutsouvis was assassinated during a shootout in Gyzi with the cops. He was about to end the miserable lives of three police officers. EVERYDAY THERE IS A PRICE TO PAY FOR CHRISTOS TSOUTSOUVIS.
“Chaotic Symphony” Group
(via Athens Indymedia, translated into English for Mpalothia by Anarchists Worldwide)