Korydallos Prison, Greece: Update on new repressions against CCF & Nikos Romanos

  • Posted on: 22 January 2016
  • By: thecollective

From Insurrection News
Yesterday on the 20th of January another sudden search was once again conducted inside the cells housing imprisoned members of the anarchist organization Conspiracy of Cells of Fire (CCF) as well as anarchist prisoner Nikos Romanos at Section A of Korydallos Prison.

The search was coordinated by prison official Victoria Marsioni who had previously made threats against CCF members involving disciplinary transfers to other facilities after they hung a banner in solidarity with the hunger strike of anarchist Evi Statiri.

It is most certain that Marsioni is not acting independently but receives orders from above and this recent search is merely another addition to a systematic exercise of pressure against the imprisoned members of the CCF, which is orchestrated by high ranking officials of the ‘leftist’ Ministry of Justice and Counter-Terrorism Police.

(via Athens Indymedia, translated by BlackCat)



No one can define life or death, and we barely understand the universe, yet we're fairly certain that social deprivation is the way, the path.

And that's the poverty civilization really offers. A shrinking of both inner and outer living spaces in the conquest of earth. An ocean removed of fish and filled with trash, and along the way snake oil salesmen sell a 'fix' that's really the cgi update of the golem narrative. "Become more mechanical!" Give up life, for the artificial.

And, because of this, there will always be uncontrollables for you to scream 'anathema' over hanging a banner.

It's alarming to see so many texts from Greece that express surprise and discontent that Leftists would do these things (professional controllers). Why?

[i am waiting for the day when the climate/weather get called terrorists, and some new vague war gets declared (beyond that Weather As Force Multiplier 2025 document)]

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