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Saturday, 10 July 2010

Update on "Revolutionary Struggle" case.

29/04/10 Today 3 of the accused comrades in the "Revolutionary struggle" case, admitted being members of the guerilla group. With a 16 page letter, N.Maziotis P. Roupa and K.Gournas took political responsibility for the group's actions. In the letter they mention that Lambros Foundas was also a member of Revolutionary Struggle and that he fell in the battle for freedom and the revolution, theyare proud of him and will always honour him. They also say that they are proud of their organization, of their history and of every moment of their political actions. They also say that they will continue their struggle whether it's outside or inside jail, because its a matter of dignity to them.

Three of the six arrested anarchists claim "political responsibility" for participation in "Revolutionary Struggle".
29/4 This morning, three of the six arrested anarchists for the Revolutionary Struggle case published a 16-page letter (in the Athens weekly "Pontiki", which has traditionally hosted a few of the armed guerrilla groups’ communiques) in which they claim political responsibility for their participation in the group Revolutionary Struggle. The three are Pola Roupa, Nikos Maziotis and Kostas Gournas. Extracts of their letter follow

We claim the political responsibility for participation in Revolutionary Struggle. We declare that comrade Lambros Foundas, who died in [the Athens suburb of ] Dafni on March 10, 2010, after a shoot-out with the cops, also participated in Revolutionary Struggle.The fight he gave was one for materialising the subversive plan collectively decided by Revolutionary Struggle. It was a struggle for revolution and for freedom.
We also declare that we are very proud of our group, Revolutionary Struggle, we are proud of our history, of every moment of our political action. We are proud of comrade Lambros Foundas, who we honour and will always do so.
As much as the mechanisms of repression might believe that by imprisoning us they will do away with us, they are wrong.
Whether outside or inside prisons the struggle, which for us is a matter of honour and dignity, will continue.
As much as the two terrorists, [PM] Papandreou and [minister of public order] Chrisochoidis laugh smugly, as much as they believe they have safeguarded the security necessary for their social-fascist party to continue with the application of its criminal plans against society, wagging their tails now that their American superiors congratulate them, as much as they claim they are done with a serious threat for their regime, we assure them they will not do away with us easily. As long as we are alive, for as long as we live and breathe, we will do our best to pose problems to their antisocial and criminal plans.
And if our hunters and the political authorities of this country believe they have the entire society on their side, if they believe that the majority of the people consider us to be a social threat, they are mistaken. For the majority of the population, the social threat comes from the government passing one anti-social measure after the other, by dictation of the crows of capital which "bribe", with the cash they have at their disposal, the state mechanism.
Terrorism is the years-long neoliberal policy imposed by the parties in power with the toleration or support of smaller parties.
Terrorism is the application of the stability plan which has so far caused large segments of the population to watch this unprecedented attack against them in fear.
Terrorism is not having the most basic material to survive, having your wage and your pension taken away, the bank confiscating your house, living in lethal pollution.
Terrorism is living everyday under a regime of fear for your own survival. [...] The objective conditions are now ideal. Let’s form the subjective conditions required for us to attempt the revolution. This is our chance.

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