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”We are not their slaves!” / ”Nismo robovi!”

We suggest you to read this text about the fascist EU asylum system based on a personal experience. This is also a  call to deepen our critical views and should encourage all of us to wake up from the ignorance and speak … Continue reading

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We are human, so what is border?

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Transnational Protest at the Hungarian-Serbian border

(srpsko-hrvatski u nastavku) Transnational demonstration against the the EU border regime and its actualization in the prisons and the militarized border of Hungary! April 15th, Röszke/Horgos border crossing https://www.facebook.com/events/1321782624534459 The Hungarian state continues to take an especially visible role in … Continue reading

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8. mart dan solidarnosti sa borbama žena protiv patrijarhata, terora vlasti i kapitalizma

Dok su plaćenici premijera delili ruže                    na trgovima Beograda, misleći da mogu         kupiti žene sa jednim bednim cvetom,         nekoliko stotina žena i solidarnih muškaraca        je izašlo na ulice da bi pokazali snagu  … Continue reading

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Statement of the protesting imprisoned refugees in Hungary

All solidarity with the protesting people in Békéscsaba prison. They announced to start a hunger strike tomorrow.  Read their statement below and spread the voice of resistance! A distress call to all human rights organizations in the world we are … Continue reading

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Ne postoje partikularne borbe…

Nekoliko reči o militarizmu, nasilju režima granica i kapitala (see english translation below) Fabrike municije u Kragujevcu neprekidno proizvode oružje i drugu opremu puneći džepove ratnim profiterima, podržavajući tako ubijanje civila. Većina oružja proizvedenog u Srbiji izvozi se u UAE … Continue reading

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Antiracist greetings to a polish prison

We are standing in solidarity with Ameer who is imprisoned in Poland. He is being punished because he refused to collaborate with the internal security agency to spy on Muslim community in Cracow and people “of Middle Eastern origin”. Today … Continue reading

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