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Merkel go home and take with you Troika, IMF, EU and your local collaborators

Tomorrow, Tuesday 9 October when German Chancellor Angela Merkel will be arriving in Greece, Athens will look like an occupied city in which martial law is in force. In the wider area of the city centre, demonstrations are not allowed, traffic and public transport is banned and the subway is closed. Even schools located in this area are informally ordered to remain closed. We as Greeks living in the Netherl ...

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Greece is not a dog: the arrogance of the austerians

by Ingeborg Beugel on September 11, 2012   Dutch and German politicians like to blame Greece for refusing to stick to the agreements — but, in truth, the Greeks are doing more than they should.   Everyone who talks about Greece these days — even well-intentioned liberals — seems to assume a priori that Greece is somehow “opposing the reforms” and “refusing to stick to the agreements”. With Dutch P ...

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The less we work, the more we do/Hoe minder we werken, hoe meer we doen

(voor Nederlands scroll down) An evening of debate on new activist movements, traditional workers organizations, creation of jobs and the end of unlimited exploitation of resources. Case study: Steelworkers and miners strikes in Greece and Spain.Organized by Take the Square-Zuid Holland and REinFORM WHERE: Vondelbunker, Amsterdam WHEN: 14th of July, Saturday, from 18'00 to 21'00  In October 2011, Greek ...

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23/6 Discussion Amsterdam – The aftermath of the Greek elections

The result of the elections of 17 June creates the necessity of discussing and seeking the way to continue the struggle. Although both the elections of May 6 and those of June 17 delivered the message that people cannot tolerate any more austerity, in the latter elections fear prevailed. EU-officials crossed any acceptable line, ignored the message of the previous elections and interfered in Greece’s domest ...

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On June 17 we say: THERE IS NO RETURN TO THEIR PLANS

The Greek elections on May 6 delivered a clear message: NO MORE AUSTERITY. No political party or coalition has any legitimacy to continue the austerity policies either inside or outside the Eurozone. Regardless the result of the coming elections we will continue to take the streets and struggle against the neoliberal policies in Greece and all over Europe. The victory of the people in Greece will be a victo ...

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From Athens to Amsterdam: NO to the cutbacks!

Saturday June 16th Solidarity rally 15:00 Beursplein, Amsterdam From Athens to Amsterdam: NO to the cutbacks! Solidarity with the Greek resistance against European austerity The developments in Greece concern all of us. The long-lasting implementation of harsh austerity measures has led the country into a deep social crisis. The EU and the IMF demand the continuation of these disastrous policies in Greece a ...

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The strike at Greek Steelworks was declared illegal

The strike of the workers at Greek Steelworks was declared illegal yesterday by court order. The steelworkers have been striking for 220 days, refusing to accept wage reductions, "flexible" work hours and demanding that their fired coworkers be hired back. The strike has won the support of trade unions and organizations from all over the world. It is one of the many struggles at the workplace that are curre ...

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6 May – In Greek National Elections: We give a message of resistance

The elections of May 6th take place in a moment that people are facing the absolute misery. After two years of implementation of the destructive policies of the 'memorandums' (cc. the commitments of the Greek government towards the EU, the ECB and the IMF), the Greek elite, the EU, the IMF and the bankers hold the gun to people's head trying to gain moral and political justification for their policies. Duri ...

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Action at Minister Giannitsis speech in the Netherlands

Updated Today, Thursday 22 of March Minister Giannitsis was invited to talk about "growth after reform" by the Greek embassy and the clingendael institute in the Hague. Greeks living in the Netherlands made an intervention exposing lies and inaccurate information during his speech.It was made clear that the nature of reforms and measures for the so called growth is nothing more than the same neoliberal reci ...

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