The poster below is distributed on the streets of the Northern suburbs of Athens. Making a play of words with a popular saying (the original saying is “the wild animals have come to banish the tamed”) the poster reads:
Tomorrow has come to banish today
The crisis has come to confirm that today, same as yesterday, capitalism destroys our lives and lootes nature. The moments are crucial, the consciousness-raising among all of us is vital, action is imperative. Let’s meet up, let’s organise, take to the streets… Let’s revolt!
Tomorrow has come: base trade unions, assemblies of workers and unemployed, popular assemblies, self-organisation of health, libertarian schools, housing occupations, mutual aid networks, solidarity funds, mass indefinite strikes, dislocation of capitalist production and consumption, sabotage of the electoral process, isolation of racist and sexist views, full consciensious objection.
To banish today: Sold-out bureaucratic syndicalism, labour exploitation, dependence of society from party pimps and middle-men, isolation, allienation, individualism, commercialised relationships, desires and everyday conditions. Systemic violence and repression.
Everyone to the streets, to claim back our lost dignity!
Comrades from the North of Athens