Filed under: update | Tags: 2008, anarchy, december, Greece, insurrection, streets
From the Occupied London Blog:
“With only weeks to go before December 6th, the day marking one year from the assassination of Alexis Grigoropoulos, two new excellent publications on the uprising of 2008 have come out by comrades in the UK and the US. In London, the good people at the 56a Infoshop have released “Everyone To The Streets: Communiques and Texts from the Streets and Occupations”. The book is 150 pages long (!) and contains an introduction by the 56a collective, two chronologies from Athens and Thessaloniki, 15+ texts and communiques from the streets and occupations plus analysis from Greek group TPTG and afterword.
Meanwhile, some good people on the other side of the Pond have also put out an excellent publication: “A day when Nothing is Certain” also contains a collection of texts and analyses from the December uprising. A hard copy of the booklet is making its way around the US – a .pdf version of it is available to download here – and here is a link to a print-ready version.”