Approximately 700 anti-fascists marched through central Athens today, down Acharnon Street, through Agios Panteleimonas and by the Villa Amalias building. The demonstration had been called by the “anti-fascists in neighbourhoods of central Athens”. The demonstration ended at Victoria square; people distributed texts and put up posters. The multicultural neighbourhoods of central Athens were vibrated by the slogans against fascists, the state and the bosses. Many neighbours, locals and migrants cheered on the demonstrators; the fascists were nowhere to be seen; all the well-known fascist hangouts in the area had shut. The police presence was discreet, but in big numbers.
Fascism means death; death to fascism
Pavlos lives – trash the Nazis
Rage and furiousness for Pavlos Fyssas
Fascists and bosses in the bottom of the well; long live the global proletariat
We are together with the migrants – deport the cops and the Nazis
Fascism is trashed in the streets, not in the parliament with judges and laws
We live together, we work together, locals and migrants, we trash the Nazis