Within a social dystopia that develops more and more violently, incidents of rapings, femicides, pogroms against migrants and racist murders couldn’t be absent. Recent examples are the femicide of Eleni Topaloudi, in Rhodes, by her rapists, and also the racist murder of the albanian worker Petrit Zifle, in Lefkimi, Corfu, by a greek nationalist. Furthermore, some days ago, in Corfu again, Aggeliki Petrou was found dead. Her murderer was her father, who thought that her relationship with an afghani migrant was a deadly sin.
The afore mentioned incidents were not in any case individual. They are parts of a brutal daily condition of the social war that we experience, and within this war we have chosen to stand against the oppression that comes from patriarchy, racism, state repression and the bosses.
At 13/1, we wrote slogans in albanian and greek and we hung a banner at Ameriki’s square.
assembly from around Ameriki’s square