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Greek terrorists threaten a black December

13 November 2015 / 13:11:08  GRReporter
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22-year-old anarchist Nikos Romanos is warning from Korydallos prison that a real 'black December' will follow in Greece. The threat is contained in a long text posted on the website Indymedia, bearing the signatures of both Romanos and his cellmate Panagiotis Argyros.

In the post, the two prisoners are threatening an 'anarchist rebellion' and 'black December', speaking of attacks and shop robberies, blowing up houses of politicians and setting fire to banks and police stations.

The text by Nikos Romanos and Panayiotis Argyros begins with the murder of Alexandros Grioropoulos by policeman Epaminondas Korkoneas in Exarcheia in December 2008. As they write, "the subsequent riots led to an 'electroshock' in society, since the image of 'social peace' was destroyed and the existence of these two conflicting worlds was revealed. This has led to situations from which there is no easy way back."

Both prisoners write that now they want to remember their young friend and "the beauty of paralyzing social time and space through smaller or larger social 'incidents'.'' "We want to re-experience the days when death will no longer have power and the dead will become one with the man in the wind and the west moon, rushing to the sun until it grows weaker," they continue, warning, "currently we are experiencing the beginning of the end of the world as we have known it so far."

The two prisoners offer to put in force "the bet to create a diverse anarchic front, an action plan, under the name 'black December', which will boost the renewal of anarchist riots inside and outside prison." "To go out in the streets, smash shop windows, occupy schools, universities and municipalities, give out texts to spread the message of rebellion, set explosive mechanisms for fascists and bosses, hang banners on viaducts and central avenues, flood cities with posters and leaflets, blow up houses of politicians, throw Molotov bombs against the police, fill the walls with slogans, sabotage the normal supply of Christmas goods, rob the windows of abundance, organize public events and exchange experiences and thoughts on different aspects of the fight, " the two prisoners write.

It is noted that Nikos Romanos was sentenced to 15 years rigorous imprisonment for robbery and Panagiotis Argyros was convicted for his involvement in the terrorist organization "Conspiracy of Fire Nuclei".

Tags: Nikos RomanosAnarchistsThreatsblack Decemberterrorists
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