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#WORLD #WORLDWIDE #GREECE #ANARCHISM #News #Journal #Update - (en) #Greece, #Patras, libertarian initiative: AGAINST EDUCATIONAL RESTRUCTURING AND STATE DEATH POLICY | COURSE: THURSDAY 16 / 9, 19: 00 GEORGE SQUARE [machine translation]

TO BECOME OUR SCHOOLS FOCUS OF RESISTANCE AND STRUGGLE ---- We are at the

beginning of the new academic year and a year and a half after the appearance of
the pandemic in the country. The pile of anti-social and anti-educational bills
that were passed in the previous period, as a continuation of the educational
restructuring that the rulers have been trying for several years, have brought
sweeping changes in the fields of education and especially in the universities.
These changes are a full-blown attack on students, and especially on those in the
lower classes. As if that were not enough, we students are once again shouldering
the health, economic and social ills of state pandemic management, in the worst
possible way. Having already passed three semesters of tele-education and four
tele-examination periods, under unprecedented living conditions,

 From the outset, the advent of the health crisis made it clear that the state
was completely indifferent to the protection of human life, as it had not taken
any substantial measures to protect the social majority. Having previously sought
to degrade and dismantle the public health system, during the pandemic period the
state never took substantial measures to stem the pandemic, such as setting up
hospitals and ICU beds, recruiting medical and nursing staff, and taking
protection measures. for employees and so on. Instead, he chose to impose
successive lockdowns without real health effect, suppressing and promoting the
narrative of "individual responsibility", through which he sought from the outset
to pass on responsibilities for the criminal management of the pandemic to
society itself. Thus, while it was obvious to all of us that the state is solely
responsible for the situation we are in, they were trying to convince us that
sometimes the protesters were to blame, sometimes the strikers, sometimes the
students, even the hospital workers.

The issue of vaccination that has arisen in recent months is a monument to
hypocrisy on the part of the rulers. It is a given that, no matter how much it is
cut to the contrary, the state was not suddenly interested in protecting their
lives from below. After feeding the various conspiracy theories and
irrationality, today he is instrumentalizing the good of vaccination and through
it on the one hand seeks to restore the narrative of individual responsibility
and to find the perfect excuse in order not to proceed with any substantial
measures to deal with the pandemic and cannibalism so as not to turn their social
anger from the bottom up to those responsible for the tragic management of the
pandemic, who are none other than the state and capital. A representative example
is the new amendment that obliges unvaccinated students to take two rapid tests
per week, while at the same time abolishing their free practice, as a result of
which their costs are passed on to students as private clinics make a profit. The
abolition of free diagnostics in the midst of the fourth wave of the pandemic is
indicative of the indifference and hypocrisy of the rulers.

In such a difficult and dystopian period for the social majority, students are
also faced with the implementation of the law Kerameos - Chrysochoidis which
brings disciplinary proceedings, expulsions and cops in schools but also with the
introduction of the Minimum Admission Base that excluded 40,000 students public
higher education.

These latest moves on the part of the state are another link in the chain of
anti-social provisions to the detriment of students and, more generally, those
from below. The introduction of the minimum admission base (EBE) is a key pillar
of the educational restructuring that has taken place in recent years. The
expulsion of 40,000 students from universities, on the one hand, serves the
profitability of private colleges, to the detriment of ever-degrading public
education, and on the other hand intensifies class barriers, as thousands of
students who are excluded from higher education will be forced to go to labor
market with little labor rights. In this way, they will become north in the plans
of capital and its needs for cheap labor. At the same time, The radical changes
brought by the EBE not only left departments with few to no admissions, leading
to future closure or mergers, but also contribute to the transformation of
schools into examination centers, intensifying the sense of competition among
students, as they are increasingly invited. more to constantly prove their
"value" and "ability", transferring the culture of elitism and "excellence" to
the university. At the same time, these intensified rates of study in combination
with the few admissions are destroying the universities and seeking to turn them
into a sterile academic environment where there will be no room for political
ferment, assemblies and trade unionism. but contribute to the transformation of
schools into examination centers by intensifying the sense of competition among
students, as they are increasingly called upon to continually prove their "value"
and "ability" by transferring the culture of elitism and "excellence" to the
university. . At the same time, these intensified rates of study in combination
with the few admissions are destroying the universities and seeking to turn them
into a sterile academic environment where there will be no room for political
ferment, assemblies and trade unionism. but they contribute to the transformation
of schools into examination centers by intensifying the sense of competition
among students, as they are increasingly called upon to constantly prove their
"value" and "ability", transferring the culture of elitism and "excellence" to
the university. . At the same time, these intensified rates of study in
combination with the few admissions are destroying the universities and seeking
to turn them into a sterile academic environment where there will be no room for
political ferment, assemblies and trade unionism. transferring the culture of
elitism and "excellence" to the university. At the same time, these intensified
rates of study in combination with the few admissions are destroying the
universities and seeking to turn them into a sterile academic environment where
there will be no room for political ferment, assemblies and trade unionism.
transferring the culture of elitism and "excellence" to the university. At the
same time, these intensified rates of study in combination with the few
admissions are destroying the universities and seeking to turn them into a
sterile academic environment where there will be no room for political ferment,
assemblies and trade unionism.

Along with the EBE, a central position in the attack of the state and capital
against students and society as a whole is held by the K-X law, which includes,
among other things, the controlled entry to the university premises, the
surveillance through cameras of all institutions, the establishment of a
"Security and Protection Committee", the upgrading of the disciplinary code as
well as the establishment of the University Institutions Protection Team (OPPI).
With the above, the state seeks to criminalize any militant action of students
who oppose the development plans of the state and capital for further expansion
of class barriers and the creation of a university where attendance will be the
prerogative of the few and the basic needs for feeding. housing and relocation
will be fully commercialized.

However, the changes that have taken place in the universities do not remain in
the reactionary provisions that have already been mentioned, but go further and
hit every aspect of students' lives. The laws that have been passed in the
previous period set the attendance limit n + 2 for fourth-year schools and n + 3
for those that require more years of study, which will result in the mass
expulsion of students. It is a clear retaliatory measure that comes with
statement boundaries, course chains and aims to discipline students and turn the
university into an incubator of highly skilled, docile and flexible workers who
will be productive to ensure greater profitability. of bosses and submissive to
their commands and appetites. In fact, any student who finds it difficult to cope
with the increasingly intensive pace of study is punished by expulsion, any
student in this class-structured society is punished by belonging to the lower
social strata and can not cover the growing tuition costs. Any student who
considers it his inalienable right to determine the pace at which he will study
and the years it will take to receive his degree is punished, since the system
itself is what pushes many of us into the blackmailing condition of black,
uninsured work to make a living so that we can study at the same time. Virtually
every student is punished either because of their inability to afford their studies,

In all this situation that is being described and considering the attack we are
receiving, it is necessary for us, the students, to take matters into our own
hands and to fight for our interests. Against the sharpening of class barriers,
against the sterilization of universities and the denervation of struggles inside
and outside schools, against the criminalization of social and class resistance
and the suppression of demonstrations, to be inspired by the struggles of the
past and to catch its thread resistance and struggle. From the Polytechnic of 73
', the dynamic mobilizations in 06'-07' with the law of Giannakou, and in '11
with the law of Diamantopoulou to remember that nothing was given to us,
everything is won through struggles. The temporary suspension of the measure for
the entry of the police in the universities is a result of the dynamic
mobilizations carried out by the student movement all the previous months. To
demand the lifelong conduct of courses without extortionate tactics that oil the
state death policy and divide them from below, to demand that all necessary
measures be taken to protect students (free rapid tests, masks, antiseptics, the
existence of spacious ventilated rooms , conducting classes with fewer students
per room, regular cleaning of the premises and taking breaks at regular intervals
and so on). In the face of the culture of defeatism, individualism and
assignment, let us promote faith in collective struggle, solidarity and
self-organization. To turn the schools into living centers of struggle, into
places of collective discussion, fermentation, challenge and resistance. As long
as the state-capitalist system continues to contribute to the intensification of
exploitation and oppression in the field of universities, so do we, with
decision-making bodies, general assemblies, weapons coordinated - at the base -
lasting occupations and mass demonstrations and the autonomous vehicle. militant
student-class unionism, we will defend at all costs the interests and needs of
our class.

  THE COPS OUT OF OUR SCHOOLS

NO INTRODUCTION BASE

NO DISCIPLINARY PROSECUTION AND DELETION OF STUDENTS

AGAINST DEPRECIATION OF PUBLIC HEALTH AND EDUCATION

THE ONLY SOLUTION IS THE WAY OF THE FIGHTING RESISTANCE AND THE STRUGGLE

JOINT STUDENTS - STUDENTS - TEACHERS

THE LAWS ARE ABOLISHED AT THE ROAD BLOCKS

Liberal Scheme of the University of Patras

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