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Red Action (Croatia)

Red Action (Croatia)
Trade-union demonstration in September 2009.
Abbreviation CA
Formation October 2008 in Zagreb
Type Political organization
Purpose Marxism-Leninism
Membership 157
Leader Collective
Website Crvena akcija
Red Action (Croatia.

As a self-proclaimed NATO and is known for attacking NATO symbols with red paint.[1] It also considers the EU to be an instrument of Western European imperialism for exploitation of Eastern Europe and the rest of the World.[2]

During the 2011 Anti-Government protests in Croatia.[6][7][8]

Internationally, Red Action supports terrorist lists. They also supported 2008 Greek riots and have participated in protests of solidarity with Serbian anarchists accused of attacking Greek embassy[12] and Anti-NATO protest in Belgrade in 2011 during which eight protesters were arrested.[13][14]

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External links

  • Official web site (with some English)
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