The group, who also disconnects power from road tolls, making them free for drivers, and occasionally does the same within the Athens metro system, says it now has 10,000 members, whose numbers continue to grow.

“The vast majority of the public is sunk into poverty, and a few families across the world have 99 percent of the wealth. That’s not something we want to bear, that’s something we want to overthrow here in Greece and across the world,” Ilias Papadopoulos from “We Won’t Pay” told RT.

Unemployment in Greece continues to rise with a record high of 27.6 percent reported on Thursday.


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