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Yorgos Mitralias: The Revolt of the Aganaktismeni | CounterPunch

Two weeks after it started the Greek movement of ‘outraged’ people has the main squares in all cities overflowing with crowds that shout their anger, and makes the Papandreou government and its local and international supporters tremble. It is now more than just a protest movement or even a massive mobilization against austerity measures. It has turned into a genuine popular uprising that is sweeping over the country. An uprising that trumpets the refusal of the people to pay for ‘their crisis’ or ‘their debt’ while throwing the two big neoliberal parties, if not the whole political world, into complete disarray.

Read more here: Yorgos Mitralias: The Revolt of the Aganaktismeni.

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