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Bad News: Episode #36

Bad News: Episode #36

BAD News #36: Angry Voices From Around The World

Welcome to the 36th edition of Bad News. This is our Angry Voices From Around The World for July, 2020. A report from the international network of anarchist and anti-authoritarian radios.

Check out all the shows look for the a-radio-network collection on archive.org or at our website, a-radio-network.org.

Contents:

  • Radio-zones of Subversive Expression (Athens):
  • media foundation by the Greek goverment during the quarntine,
  • the police violence in Exarchia some days after a squat eviction,
  • the violence and eviction of Victoria square
  • Črna Luknja (Ljubljana)
  • contributing an antireport from Slovenian unrests, that in the middle of march, because of the virus started with drumming on balconies, went on the bicycles and ended up on foot, against the right-wing government with authoritarian, neoliberalistic and nationalistic intentions.
  • Free Social Radio 1431AM (Thessaloniki):
  • the arrest of two anarchist comrades in Thessaloniki,
  • the latest developments on the shutdown and reconnection of espiv.net’s server,
  • the violence and eviction of Victoria square
  • A-Radio Berlin:
  • Stop the eviction of the collective bar Syndikat
  • Radiofragmata (Athens)
  • News from Greece.
  • FrequenzA
  • an interview with somebody from solikomitee 1007 about the street festival “resist-2” about the festival, the resistance against the deportation in the past and the trial against two persons who where part of it.
  • Dissident Island Radio (London):
  • a round-up of UK-related ‘B(A)D News’
Syndikat-Mobi 7.8.2020: Long jingle EN

Syndikat-Mobi 7.8.2020: Long jingle EN

The collective bar Syndikat in Berlin-Neukölln has an eviction date scheduled for 7 August 2020, an eviction backed up by the governing left R2G coalition and pushed forward by Pears Global, a real estate group from London, that manages its roughly more than 6,000 apartments in Berlin through a complex mesh of subsidiaries – and who only came into the public light in the context of Syndikat’s resistance.

We want to show our support and solidarity with this social space by means of this and other jingles.

But there are amore projects in danger of eviction in Berlin. So, get involved – as we are all foing to stay!