Δευτέρα, 4 Ιουλίου 2011

15-6-2011 "500 Ευρώ θα πάρετε και σεις ρε γαμώτο" - (ΕΞΑΝΤΑΣ)

"500 Ευρώ θα πάρετε και σεις ρε γαμώτο" - (ΕΞΑΝΤΑΣ) from Yorgos Avgeropoulos on Vimeo.

15-6-2011 Η επίθεση στη πλατεία - Κάμερα 2 (ΕΞΑΝΤΑΣ)

Η επίθεση στη πλατεία - Κάμερα 2 (ΕΞΑΝΤΑΣ) from Yorgos Avgeropoulos on Vimeo.

15-6-2011 Η επίθεση στη πλατεία - Κάμερα 1 (ΕΞΑΝΤΑΣ)

Η επίθεση στη πλατεία - Κάμερα 1 (ΕΞΑΝΤΑΣ) from Yorgos Avgeropoulos on Vimeo.

15 Ιούνη -Δακρυγόνα στο Σύνταγμα

Syntagma square May-June 2011

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Κυριακή, 3 Ιουλίου 2011

We must get out! (#acampadatenerife)

We must get out! (#acampadatenerife) from Bruno Cossío on Vimeo.

15M - 11J MADRID

June 11, 2011. La cobarde policía reprime a los ciudadanos de Madrid

ΑΓΑΝΑΚΤΙΣΜΈΝΟΙ Λ. ΠΥΡΓΟΣ ΚΩΦΑΛΑΛΗ! "ΠΕΣ ΤΑ"

#SpanishRevolution

Spanish revolution-15M, "It´s time to fly"

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G20 Toronto

May 2011

Protesters gather in front of the Greek Parliament during a peaceful rally attended by thousands called through a social networking site - modeled on protests by young people in Spain, in central Athens, on Wednesday, May 25, 2011. The government in crisis-hit Greece has promised to privatize big part of the public sector in a massive sale of state assets aimed at raising 50 billion euros by the end of 2015, to help pay down the country's massive national debt. (Thanassis Stavrakis)

Protesters hold a banner in front of the Greek Parliament that reads in Greek "we are awake! What time is it? It's time for them to go!" during a peaceful rally attended by thousands called through a social networking site - modeled on protests by young people in Spain, in central Athens, on Wednesday, May 25, 2011. The government in crisis-hit Greece has promised to privatize big part of the public sector in a massive sale of state assets aimed at raising 50 billion euros by the end of 2015, to help pay down the country's massive national debt. (Thanassis Stavrakis)

Protesting public power company workers empty bags of the coal, used in many Greek electricity plants, outside the Finance Ministry in Athens, on Wednesday, May 25, 2011. The government in crisis-hit Greece has promised to privatize big part of the public sector in a massive sale of state assets aimed at raising 50 billion euros by the end of 2015, to help pay down the country's massive national debt. (Thanassis Stavrakis)

A protester holding a Greek flag shouts slogans in front of the White Tower in the Northern Port city of Thessaloniki on Wednesday, May 25, 2011 during a peaceful rally attended by thousands called through a social networking site - modeled on protests by young people in Spain. The government in crisis-hit Greece has promised to privatize big part of the public sector in a massive sale of state assets aimed at raising 50 billion euros by the end of 2015, to help pay down the country's massive debt.

Protesting employees of the state-run Hellenic Postbank sit in front of the shuttered entrance of the bank's headquarters in central Athens, Wednesday, May 25, 2011. The government in crisis-hit Greece has promised to privatize the bank as part of a massive sale of state assets aimed at raising 50 billion euros by the end of 2015, to help pay the country's massive national debt. (Petros Giannakouris)

police detain a protester during a 24-hour strike in Athens, Wednesday, May 11, 2011. Riot police made heavy use of tear gas and stun grenades to disperse youths throwing stones and petrol bombs during a march attended by 20,000 people to protest the Greek government's harsh austerity measures. (Thanassis Stavrakis)

Riot police clash with protesters outside the headquarters of the Bank of Greece during a 24-hour strike in Athens, Wednesday, May 11, 2011. Riot police made heavy use of tear gas and stun grenades to disperse youths throwing stones and petrol bombs during a march attended by 20,000 people to protest the Greek government's harsh austerity measures. (Thanassis Stavrakis)

Riot policemen block municipal workers in front of the parliament building during a march against austerity in Athens, May 18 2011. Greeks have staged repeated demonstrations to protest the EU/IMF prescribed belt-tightening. The IMF warned Greece on Wednesday it must redouble reform efforts to avoid derailing its fiscal programme key to dealing with a huge debt mountain. Reuters

A riot policeman blocks a municipal worker as he tries to enter the parliament building during a march against austerity in Athens, May 18, 2011. Greeks have staged repeated demonstrations to protest the EU/IMF prescribed belt-tightening. The IMF warned Greece on Wednesday it must redouble reform efforts to avoid derailing its fiscal programme key to dealing with a huge debt mountain. Reuters

A woman reacts at riot police officers during a protest by the Panhellenic Federation of Workers Association (POE-OTA) on Wednesday, May 18, 2011. The union is protesting the governments decision to increase civil servants working hours from 37.5 to 40 per week. International debt monitors are currently in Greece to inspect the progress of cost-cutting reforms, and again warned that Greece needed to do more work to avoid sliding off target. AP

A protestor lays on the ground after clashes erupted during a general strike that halted services and disrupted flights May 11, 2011 in Athens, Greece. Violence erupted after approximately 20, 000 protestors marched to parliament during a 24-hour general strike. Protestors reportedly clashed with riot police throughout Athens after unions called the strike to protest harsh austerity measures intended to keep the debt-ridden country solvent. Getty

Protestors sit on the ground after clashes erupt during a general strike that halted services and disrupted flights May 11, 2011 in Athens, Greece. Violence erupted after approximately 20,000 protestors marched to parliament during a 24-hour general strike. Protestors reportedly clashed with riot police throughout Athens after unions called the strike to protest harsh austerity measures intended to keep the debt-ridden country solvent. Getty

Police arrest a protester after clashes erupted during a general strike that halted services and disrupted flights May 11, 2011 in Athens, Greece. Violence erupted after approximately 20, 000 protestors marched to parliament during a 24-hour general strike. Protestors reportedly clashed with riot police throughout Athens after unions called the strike to protest harsh austerity measures intended to keep the debt-ridden country solvent. Getty

Protestors walk in front of the parliament during a general strike that halted services and disrupted flights May 11, 2011 in Athens, Greece. Violence erupted after approximately 20, 000 protestors marched to parliament during a 24-hour general strike. Protestors reportedly clashed with riot police throughout Athens after unions called the strike to protest harsh austerity measures intended to keep the debt-ridden country solvent.

Public Power Corporation (PPC) employees stand on the stairway of a chimney at an electric power station during a protest in Keratsini suburb near Athens May 4, 2011. Workers at Greece's biggest electricity producer PPC will stage rolling 48-hour strikes next week in protest at government plans to reduce the state's holding in the firm, a union official said. Reuters

Protesters scuffle with riot police at the entrance of the Health Ministry in Athens, Thursday, May 26, 2011. Police have used pepper spray to disperse protesting doctors and state hospital staff, in the latest protest against public spending cuts. (Thanassis Stavrakis)

A hospital employee shouts slogans in front of riot policemen during a protest against austerity in front of the Health Ministry in Athens May 26, 2011. European Union policymakers have told Greek Prime Minister George Papandreou he must have broad political consensus to get the extra cash Greece needs to plug funding shortfalls, the kind of consensus achieved in crisis-hit Ireland and Portugal. Reuters

A riot policeman reacts after his colleagues used pepper spray against hospital employees during a protest in front of the Health Ministry in Athens May 26, 2011. European Union policymakers have told George Papandreou he must have broad political consensus to get the extra cash Greece needs to plug funding shortfalls, the kind of consensus achieved in crisis-hit Ireland and Portugal. Reuters




Protesting dock workers attend a protest rally in the northern city of Thessaloniki to demonstrate against plans by the country's Socialist government to privatize the city commercial port facilities, Friday May 27, 2011. Under mounting pressure from the European Union, crisis-hit Greece is planning a massive privatization drive aimed at raising 50 billion euros through 2015. Banner reads "No to the sell-off of the ports". (Nikolas Giakoumidis)

Protesters gather in front of the White Tower in the Northern Greek Port city of Thessaloniki on Thursday, May 26, 2011, during a peaceful rally attended by thousands called through a social networking site - modeled on protests by young people in Spain. The government in crisis-hit Greece has promised to privatize big part of the public sector in a massive sale of state assets aimed at raising 50 billion euros by the end of 2015, to help pay down the country's massive national debt. (Nikolas Giakoumidis)

Protesters gather in front of the Greek Parliament during a peaceful rally for a fifth day, attended by thousands called through a social networking site - modeled on protests by young people in Spain, on Sunday, May 29, 2011. Prime Minister George Papandreou, buffeted by negative polls and continuing public protests against his economic austerity policies, has vowed to continue with fiscal reforms and warns against "sirens" calling for Greece to default on its debt. (Kostas Tsironis)



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"Γειά σου.
Έι! Εσένα μιλάω, εκεί στην πλατεία, στην Ισπανία, στην Αίγυπτο, στην Ελλάδα, στην Ολλανδία, στην Ιρλανδία ..παντού.

Η μία πλατεία εδώ και η άλλη εκεί. Κι ανταλλάσσουμε μηνύματα. Σου δίνω κουράγιο μ’ ένα κλικ, και μ’ ένα δικό σου εσύ..., μου δίνεις λύση.

Δε σε γνωρίζω, μα σε ξέρω. Ξέρω πώς ζεις και πώς φοβάσαι, ξέρω τι μίζερα χρόνια σου ετοιμάζουν, ξέρω την σκέψη σου, την οργή σου. Νιώθω την απελπισία σου, την αγανάκτησή σου.

Σε ξέρω. Σου στέλνω ένα μήνυμα μέσω διαδικτύου και είμαι δίπλα σου. Κι αν έχει άλλο χρώμα το πλακάκι στην πλατεία σου, δεν πειράζει. Εσύ και εγώ μοιάζουμε πολύ. Το πρόσωπό μας συσπάται με τον ίδιο τρόπο όταν κλαίμε, όταν φοβόμαστε, όταν έχουμε οργασμό... Και τους δυό μάς στριμώχνουν με την ίδια βία στη γωνιά της κοινωνίας. Της κοινωνίας μας ρε γαμώτο.. Μας περιμένει το ίδιο μέλλον, μας κοροϊδεύουν με τον ίδιο τρόπο, αγανακτούμε με τον ίδιο τρόπο. Αγανακτούμε μαζί.

Σε ξέρω. Ξέρω πώς ζεις όταν σου ξεφτιλίζουν τη ζωή μέσα στην ίδια σου την πόλη. Ξέρω πώς σε απαξιώνουνε οι οικονομικοί σου δυνάστες και πώς σε εκποιούν οι ‘ψηφισμένοι’ πολιτικοί σου κυβερνήτες –για το καλό σου πάντα φυσικά.. Ξέρω πώς νιώθεις όταν σε αποκλείουν απ’ την εκπαίδευση και τη δουλειά, όταν σου ‘προσφέρουν’ ένα για να σου πάρουν δύο. Ξέρω πώς νιώθεις όταν βλέπεις γύρω σου τους δικαστές να κυνηγάνε το Γιάννη Αγιάννη και να θωπεύουν την επίσημη διαφθορά, νιώθω κι εγώ την απελπισία σου και την οργή σου. Νιώθω την προσδοκία σου για δημοκρατία, την ελπίδα σου για μέλλον, την ανάγκη σου για ελεύθερη ζωή. Ξέρω πώς είναι να μιλάς και να μην ακούει κανείς. Εγώ όμως σε ακούω. Να το ξέρεις. Σε ακούω, σου πιάνω διαδικτυακά το χέρι και περπατάω μαζί σου.

Εσύ κι εγώ αγανακτούμε μαζί.
Μαζί στην απόγνωση, μαζί στην ξεφτίλα.
Εγώ εδώ κι εσύ εκεί.
Ίδια ξεφτίλα.
Ίδια.
Φτάνει."

Let the SOL in

Let the SOL in from Arianne Sved on Vimeo.