Greek crisis, Eurozone crisis, or systemic crisis? Discussion with Dimitris Dalakoglou of Occupied London
Saturday 25th January, 4pm, Autonomous Centre of Edinburgh
As international creditors & bailiffs circle Greece, its government has responded with austerity policies. The results include deepened unemployment, cut pensions and social provision. A permanent state of crisis is the new post-democratic way of government: in the name of the economy, the facade of democracy is one more unaffordable luxury sold off to pay interest on a debt to the rich.
Behind the headlines, the fightback. Beyond massive general strikes demonstrations: hospitals, factories and offices occupied and run by their workers. Regardless of votes in parliament and international brinksmanship, the people of Greece are resisting the IMF by “collective[ly organizing] the struggle for a life that is characterized by solidarity, resistance and dignity.”
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Meeting organised by Edinburgh Anarchist Federation
With Occupied London