‘Athens: Anarchist-antispeciest demonstration’

Posted on December 9, 2012


Yesterday (8th December), an item was posted on contrainfo.espiv.net titled ‘Athens: Anarchist-antispeciest demonstration was fiercely attacked by cops’.

‘… On Saturday, December 8th, by 12pm anarchists and antispeciests [anti-speciesists] held a gathering at Syntagma square against the fur industry and the animal exploitation machinery. At 13.30pm they began a protest march downtown.

A relatively small demonstrator bloc, with some 150 participants, chanted slogans walking on Mitropoleos street with momentum. They then took to Pandrosou street, in the tourist area of Plaka. The comrades carried out direct actions, spraying graffiti and stencils on the walls, and throwing paints on windows of fur trade shops which are located in the district.

The demo was fiercely attacked as comrades tried to head back to Monastiraki, amid a consumerist and indifferent crowd …

The State/Capital shows no mercy, neither on people, nor on non-human animals, and once again its mercenaries protected the interests of exploiters …’

Read the item in full and add your comment online at http://en.contrainfo.espiv.net/2012/12/08/athens-anarchist-antispeciest-demonstration-was-fiercely-attacked-by-cops/


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