25 pages by Akis Sadexis

25 pages by Akis Sadexis
25 PAGES BY AKIS SADEXIS : * HereticaFilosofia * Akis Sadexis * ΑιρετικήΦιλοσοφία * No Religions-Χωρίς Θρησκείες * ALL WE ARE RACISTS. WITH THE RACISTS. -Όλοι είμαστε ρατσιστές. Αλλά με τους ρατσιστές * SKG - Salonica - Selanik - סלוניקי- Salonique - سالونيك - Thessaloniki * " movement of free citizens" -‘’Κίνηση Ελεύθερων Πολιτών’’ - * I DEMAND - I DREAM OF A WORLD ΑΠΑΙΤΩ, ΟΝΕΙΡΕΥΟΜΑΙ έναν κόσμο * Δεν έχει σημασία τι λέω, πρόσεξε τι εννοώ. Δεν έχει σημασία τι λες, αλλά σε ποιόν τα λες * ElGURU * PHILOSOPHICAL DEMOCRACY - ΦΙΛΟΣΟΦΙΚΗ ΔΗΜΟΚΡΑΤΙΑ * InternationalismOecumenical * HereticaFilosofia.blogspot.com * The.Bigger.Philosophers * SadeVanzelo * SadeVanzelo-Σχεδιαστής * Leonardo DA VINCI * SadIcons * SADιΠοίηση * Anti-Racist Slogan of all Time * HERETICA FILOSOFIA by Akis Sadexis - YouTube *https://plus.google.com/u/0/115495858259733880175/posts * https://www.instagram.com/akis.sadexis/ * SSΔD3VΔNZ3LO (@AkisSadexis) | Twitter https://twitter.com/SDXZV - AKIS SADEXIS @SDXZV

Το πιό Αντιρατσιστικό σύνθημα όλων των εποχών (original-56 words)

Το πιό Αντιρατσιστικό σύνθημα όλων των εποχών (original-56 words)
Το πιό Αντιρατσιστικό σύνθημα όλων των εποχών (original-56 words) : Αν ο Χριστός σας είναι Εβραίος, το αυτοκίνητο σας ιαπωνικό, η πίτσα που τρώτε ιταλική, η δημοκρατία σας ελληνική, οι αριθμοί σας αραβικοί, τα γράμματά σας λατινικά, οι πολυεθνικές αμερικάνικες, η μουσική σας τσιγγάνικη, οι λέξεις σας βαλκάνιες, τα φαγητά σας τούρκικα, οι φουστανέλες αλβανικές, τα γαλακτοκομικά σας βουλγάρικα, τότε γιατί ο γείτονάς σας είναι ξένος? SADEXIS AKIS (May 2010)

anti-racist slogan of all time

Anti-Racist Slogan of all Time :
If Christ is a Jew, your car Japanese, pizza you eat Italian, Greek your democracy, your letters Latin, American multinationals, your numbers are Arabic, your music Gypsy, your words Balkans, your food Turks, Albanian fustanellas, your dairy Bulgarian, why your neighbor is a stranger ?
Akis Sadexis (May 2010)

I dream

I dream

manifesto SADEXI AKI

"ΔΕΝ ΕΧΕΙ ΣΗΜΑΣΙΑ ΤΙ ΛΕΩ. ΠΡΟΣΕΞΕ ΤΙ ΕΝΝΟΩ. ΔΕΝ ΕΧΕΙ ΣΗΜΑΣΙΑ ΤΙ ΛΕΣ. ΑΛΛΑ ΣΕ ΠΟΙΟΝ ΤΑ ΛΕΣ."

I DEMAND - I DREAM OF A WORLD WITHOUT : FRONTIERS, RELIGION, RACISTS, ADDICTIONS, MURDERS, ABUSE, PAEDERASTS, DRUGDEALINGS, ARMY, POVERTY, GAMBLING, GUNS, EXPLOITATION, DOGMA, CENSORSHIP, HATE, ANIMAL ABUSE, REFUGEES, PARADES, THOSE WHO ARE KEPT IN THE DARK.
I DEMAND - I DREAM OF A WORLD FOR : DIALOGUE, BOOKS, RECYCLING, RELIGIOUS TOLERANCE, FREEDOM, CREMATION, TRANSPLANTS, EDUCATION, FRIENDSHIP, LOGIC, ENVIRONMENT, TRAVELLING, SEPARATION OF THE CHURCH FROM THE STATE, RESPECT, INDEPENDENCE, SCIENCE, MINORITY, ECOLOGY, LIVING TOGETHER FREE, PROTECTING ANIMALS, CIVILIZATION, HEALTH.
JUSTICE A WORLD WITH LESS CHILDREN, BECAUSE THE NEXT GENERATIONS WILL SUFFER.
THE WHOLE PLANET IS OUR PLACE.
APART FROM THE PLACE WE LIVE OR THE PLACE WE WERE BORN. WE ARE ALL BROTHERS, DESPITE OUR SEX OR RACE.
SADEXIS AKIS

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Κυριακή, 6 Νοεμβρίου 2011

occupy oakland



The General Assembly is held on Monday, Wednesday, Friday, and Sunday at 7pm in Oscar Grant Plaza.

We are Winning! Videos From Nov 2 General Strike

November 5, 2011
See below for videos of  Rallies, Bank Actions, Port Shut Down and other activities during the historic General Strike in Oakland on November 2. 2011.









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General Strike Shuts Port of Oakland and Downtown Banks

November 2, 2011
Port shut down by strikersHuge, enthusiastic, crowds swarmed through downtown Oakland with half a dozen major marches on banks and corporations that shut down Wells Fargo, Chase, Citibank, Bank of America and many others.  Police stayed clear of the strikers who ranged freely, from Broadway to Grand Avenue and around the Lake.  By late afternoon the crowds had swelled to over 10,000.  Waves of feeder marches continued to pour into the Oscar Grant Plaza, including 800 children, parents, and teachers  who had gathered at the Oakland Main Library.
The evening march to the Port stretched from downtown to the freeway overcrossing in West Oakland and thousands more protestors kept arriving as the third convergence of the day reached its peak.  Over 20,000 people joined the march which made its way to the main entrance of the port and shut it down completely.  Port officials confirmed that the workforce was sent home.
Back at Oscar Grant Plaza a festive atmosphere continued as  the Alameda Labor Council and dozens of representatives from a cross-section of unions served barbecue to thousands.  Day of the dead altars, a 99% story telling tent, string sculptures, and hundreds of posters surrounded the encampment of the occupiers.  Speeches, impromptu music jam sessions, and rock and roll echoed off the office towers as Oaklanders and Bay Area workers celebrated a hard won victory of the 99%.
As of 8 pm the police remained hidden out of sight.
Seize the Time!
Photos:
Top Right: Port Shut Down
Left: Wells Fargo Shut Down
Right: Angela Davis Addresses the General Strike Rally
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How YOU can Participate in the General Strike!

November 1, 2011
WAYS TO PARTICIPATE ON NOVEMBER 2 GENERAL STRIKE & DAY OF ACTION
called for by Occupy Oakland
Occupy Oakland is calling for no work and no school on November 2 as part of the general strike. We are asking that all workers go on strike, call in sick, take a vacation day or simply walk off the job with their co-workers. We are also asking that all students walk out of school and join workers and community members in downtown Oakland. All banks and large corporations must close down for the day or demonstrators will march on them.
The Occupy Oakland Strike Assembly has vowed to picket and or occupy any business or school which disciplines employees or students in any way for participating in the Nov 2 General Strike. Please email OccupyOaklandLaborSolidarity@gmail.com if you are the subject of any disciplinary action.
Occupy Oakland recognizes that not all workers, students and community members will feel able to strike all day long on November 2, and we welcome any form of participation which they feel is appropriate. We urge them to join us before or after work or during their lunch hours.
Below are some action ideas for strike participants to consider:
Gather in Downtown Oakland to help Shut Down the City
  • Join the Mass Gatherings at 14th & Broadway 9:00am, 12:00pm, 5:00pm. Strike Rallies will be held at these times with political speakers as well as time for open mic so that everyone can make their voices heard. There will also be action announcements made from the stage on this intersection for those who are interested in participating in pickets and shut downs of banks and large corporations.
  • Lead a march from your neighborhood, workplace, school, community center, place of worship etc into downtown Oakland to join one of these three mass gatherings. Have fun and be loud along the way to let people know why you are marching downtown!
  • Form a mobile blockade or flying picket that can take over important intersections in downtown with street parties and other creative ways to make our voices heard and shut the city down.
  • There will be numerous pickets and actions at banks and corporations across downtown but we need more! Get a group of friends, family members, co-workers or fellow students together to form an affinity group and make your voice heard and your presence felt at any of these locations in downtown. Let the stage on 14th & Broadway know about your action so they can announce it to the crowd.
  • There are many other autonomous actions planned for the day that will be occurring throughout downtown. One of them is the anti-capitalist march at 2pm meeting at the intersection of Telegraph & Broadway and another is the Feminist & Queer bloc against capitalism that will meet at 4:30 at 14th & Broadway.
  • Join the marches from downtown to shut down the Port of Oakland. These marches will be leaving at 4pm and another will be leaving at 5pm for the 2 mile march out to the port to stand in solidarity with the longshore workers and shut down the evening shift of the port.
  • Join the 4pm Critical Mass ride from 14th & Broadway out to the Port to join the shut down
  • Best not to drive into downtown: It is likely that many streets will be blocked to traffic so please bike or take public transportation if possible. It will also be useful to have a bicycle to move between actions or to march to the port.
Take Action in Your Own Neighborhoods and Communities
  • Gather neighbors, co-workers, or fellow students together and organize group walks and small marches around the neighborhood to have fun, raise awareness and encourage others to join you in the streets! Bring noise makers, signs, banners and let your community know why your are participating in the strike.
  • Stop at banks, large businesses, chain stores, gas stations, corporate headquarters, large commercial media outlets, etc. to protest and picket
  • Gather in neighborhood centers and on the corners of main intersections to hold speak outs, BBQs and street parties – make your voice heard and raise awareness by reclaiming space where fellow community members can join you and talk about the issues that affect them most and how we can organize together to build a powerful movement
  • If you must shop, only spend money at locally owned stores and as much as possible purchase locally-produced goods
Nonprofit and Community Organizations
  • Use your personal and organizational social media accounts (websites, facebook, linked-in, electronic newsletters, etc) to support the actions and keep your constituencies updated about what is going on in the streets of Oakland.
  • In the event of police violence, use your organization to denounce police repression and call for the release of all arrested strikers.
  • Provide resources for your staff to participate: allow time away to participate in direct actions; encourage work on projects aligned with general strike and occupy goals, host sign and banner making parties!
Be Prepared
  • Bring materials to make signs: Banner material. cardboard, poster paper, markers, paint, spray paint tape, dowels, etc
  • Bring food and water to share!
  • Bring noise makers, instruments, sound systems and other ways that we can transform downtown into a celebration of our collective power
  • Write this legal number down on your body in case of arrest: 415.285.1011 The number will be staffed al day long and will coordinate legal support for those arrested in the strike.
  • Remember these four common points that the General Strike Assembly has agreed upon:
  1. Solidarity with the world-wide Occupy movement!
  2. End police attacks on our communities!
  3. Defend Oakland schools and libraries!
  4. Against an economic system built on colonialism, inequality and corporate power that perpetuates all forms of oppression and the destruction of the environment!
A Few Chants For the Strike
  • “Strike, Occupy, Shut it Down! Oakland is the People’s Town”
  • “Every Hour, Every Day! The occupation is here to stay!”
  • “Occupy Everything! Liberate Oakland”
  • “Politicians & Bankers, Liars & Thieves, We’re taking it back! We’re not saying please!”
  • “No more cops, we don’t need ‘em! All we want is total freedom”
  • “Shut Down OPD! Not the Public Library!”
  • “Let’s Go Oakland! Let’s Go!” [clap] [clap]
SEE YOU IN THE STREETS! MAKE OAKLAND PROUD!

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Official Declarations from Occupy Oakland HALLOWEEN General Assembly

November 1, 2011

Declaration of Solidarity with Neighborhood Reclamations

Resolution to Prevent Deliberate Misrepresentation of Occupy Oakland

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Occupy Oakland General Strike Press Conference

October 31, 2011
On October 31st, a press conference was held in Latham Square, at the intersection of Telegraph & Broadway, the epicenter of theOakland General Strike of 1946.
FULL  PRESS CONFERENCE:
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List of Endorsements for the Nov 2 General Strike

October 31, 2011
Here is a continually updated list of endorsements and support statements:
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Awesome Posters for Nov 2 General Strike!

October 31, 2011
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Video of Occupy Oakland’s General Strike Approval by the GA

October 29, 2011
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Blockade Port of Oakland During Nov 2 General Strike

October 29, 2011
resolution passed unanimously by the Occupy Oakland strike assembly on Friday October 29
On Wednesday, November 2nd as part of the Oakland General Strike, we will march on the Port of Oakland and shut it down. We will converge at 5pm at 14th and Broadway and march to the port to shut it down before the 7pm night shift.
We are doing this in order to blockade the flow of capital on the day of the General Strike, as well as to show our commitment to solidarity with Longshore workers in their struggle against EGT in Longview, Washington. EGT is an international grain exporter which is attempting to rupture longshore jurisdiction. The driving force behind EGT is Bunge LTD, a leading agribusiness and food company which reported 2.4 billion dollars in profit in 2010; this company has strong ties to Wall Street. This is but one example of Wall Street’s corporate attack on workers.
The Oakland General Strike will demonstrate the wide reaching implications of the Occupy Wall Street movement. The entire world is fed up with the huge disparity of wealth caused by the present system. Now is the time that the people are doing something about it.The Oakland General Strike is a warning shot to the 1% – their wealth only exists because the 99% creates it for them.
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GENERAL STRIKE & MASS DAY OF ACTION – NOVEMBER 2

October 27, 2011
Liberate Oakland, Shut Down the 1%
GENERAL STRIKE & MASS DAY OF ACTION
Wednesday November 2, 2011
Below is the proposal passed by the Occupy Oakland General Assembly on Wednesday October 26, 2011 in reclaimed Oscar Grant Plaza. 1607 people voted. 1484 voted in favor of the resolution, 77 abstained and 46 voted against it, passing the proposal at 96.9%. The General Assembly operates on a modified consensus process that passes proposals with 90% in favor and with abstaining votes removed from the final count.
PROPOSAL:
We as fellow occupiers of Oscar Grant Plaza propose that on Wednesday November 2, 2011, we liberate Oakland and shut down the 1%.
We propose a city wide general strike and we propose we invite all students to walk out of school. Instead of workers going to work and students going to school, the people will converge on downtown Oakland to shut down the city.
All banks and corporations should close down for the day or we will march on them.
While we are calling for a general strike, we are also calling for much more. People who organize out of their neighborhoods, schools, community organizations, affinity groups, workplaces and families are encouraged to self organize in a way that allows them to participate in shutting down the city in whatever manner they are comfortable with and capable of.
The whole world is watching Oakland. Let’s show them what is possible.
The Strike Coordinating Council will begin meeting everyday at 5pm in Oscar Grant Plaza before the daily General Assembly at 7pm. All strike participants are invited. Stay tuned for much more information and see you next Wednesday

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