More than 100 anarchists in Patras took to the streets against the repression of demonstrations by the Greek government in recent weeks, including the attack on an anarchist protest in Galatsi, Athens. Marchers unfurled a banner saying “Our struggles can not be put in quarantine. Not one step back in the face of state violence!” (ΟΙ ΑΓΩΝΕΣ ΔΕΝ ΜΠΑΙΝΟΥΝ ΣΕ ΚΑΡΑΝΤΙΝΑ ΟΥΤΕ ΒΗΜΑ ΠΙΣΩ. ΑΠΕΝΑΝΤΙ ΣΤΙΝ ΚΡΑΤΙΚΗ ΚΑΤΑΣΤΟΛΙ!)
Anarchists in Exarchia, Athens, took to the streets demanding amnesty for the political prisoners arrested during the December 6 protests on the anniversary of the murder of 15-year-old Alexandros Grigoropoulos. They began a protest at his murder site and later marched out in the dozens demanding charges be dropped against the arrested the day before. Delta riot police responded by chasing the tail of the protest and arrested several.
Demonstrators in Santiago gathered at an office of the Independent Democratic Union, a far-right Pinochetist party in Chile, leaving graffiti and anti-fascist banners; the crowd then moved to a monument to Jaime Guzmán, the creator of Pinochet’s constitution, also leaving graffiti. A protest would later also occur in the peripheral neighborhood of La Granja in support of political prisoners of the 18th of October Uprising in 2019.
800 anarchists marched through downtown Hamburg to protest against fascism, capitalism, repression, and to demand immediate and free access to the vaccine for all residents of Germany, be they citizens, refugees, or undocumented migrants. They demand the free market not handle distribution and that rich people should not be the first to receive the vaccine.