From Contra Info (December 31, 2011):
During the month of December, Greek anarchists intensified their propaganda for the popular reclamation of everything stolen from us every day by the powerful. Several direct actions were carried out at temples of capitalist consumption in different areas.
In Volos, two supermarkets were expropriated during the combative protest of Thursday, December 1, which took place in the context of the countrywide general strike. Protestors invaded outlets of the AB Vasilopoulos and Carrefour Marinopoulos chains located on November 2nd Street, coming away with food and other staple products to be given to Greek Steelworks workers in the Athens suburb of Aspropyrgos, who have been on strike for two months now.
On Monday, December 19, there were two more expropriations in separate Athens neighborhoods. In Neos Kosmos, a group of comrades expropriated products from a supermarket belonging to the Extra chain and distributed those products at a nearby open-air market. In Peristeri, another group of comrades expropriated an outlet of the Carrefour chain, also distributing the products at a nearby open-air market while handing out flyers explaining their action, which was carried out in solidarity with the Greek Steelworks strikers.
Direct actions in Peristeri continued on Saturday, December 24, when dozens of comrades from various metropolitan neighborhoods blocked traffic on the street connecting Constantinopouleos Avenue and Andrea Papandreou Avenue, unfurling a banner that read: Expropriate the supermarkets, war on the bosses. They then expropriated two supermarkets and made for a nearby open-air market, chanting slogans along the way. At the market, they distributed the expropriated products along with texts that called for counterattack on the capitalist world.
10, 100, 1000 expropriations!
War on the bosses’ war!