Posts Tagged ‘Direct Action’
Wednesday, November 7th, 2012
The tenth issue of the infamous and chaotic anarchist-insurrectionary zine is now available from the Anti-Copyright Network.
Download PDF here: 325 #10
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“With this issue we wanted to explore the topic of the ‘prison-society’ and the logic of information technology which makes it possible. Other articles outside this section in the magazine speak for themselves, such as the article Disreputable Mavericks by Venona Q.; the presentation by Jean Weir (which considers at points the armed group Azione Rivoluzionaria); the interview with 3 eco-anarchists in the UK; the necessary proposal Lone wolves are not alone by the Conspiracy of Cells of Fire / FAI-FRI… and more…”
– One Year After…
– On talking less…
– Direct Action Chronology
– War against the information-age: a future of mass social control
– “Class Modifications” by Alfredo M. Bonanno
– Perspectives about the energetic collapse of the techno-industrial society
– Bio-economy, a way out of the crisis…
– “Excluded and Included” by Alfredo M. Bonanno
– Science in the aid of control: Robotics and aerial drones
– Earthquake in Emilia Romagna: drones, surveillance and social control
– Radioactive spills and nuclear crisis
– “On Sabotage and Terrorism” by ProvocAzione
– “Fragment: Illegality” by L
– “Disreputable mavericks – a measure of unpopularity” by Venona Q.
– “With all means possible” by Mario ‘Tripa’ Lopez
– “Tattoo” by Landeg White
– “Armed Struggle and the Revolutionary Movement” by Jean Weir
– Solidarity with Sonja & Christian – Revolutionary Cells (RZ)
– Interview with 3 eco-anarchists from UK
– “Lone wolves are not alone…” by FAI-IRF/CCF
Friday, August 13th, 2010
13 August 2010
“Mitie national headquarters in Emersons Green were visited. 43 windows smashed. Mitie bosses make money from the recession. They are parasites on councils, the public and their own workers who are exploited. To the Mitie workers we say our battle is not against you. Sorry for any inconvenience caused. We sympathise with the workers who were made redundant. To the Mitie bosses we say feeling nervous, under attack and unsure of the future? Welcome to Precarity.
There will be more visits.
Two Mitie vehicles were visited in Staple Hill and Lockleaze. Tyres punctured, windscreens smashed and bodywork damaged. This was done for the same reasons.”
Thursday, June 10th, 2010
7 June 2010
“In the early hours of June 7th, some anarchists smashed the windows of a Sodexo office in Montreal. Sodexo is the parent company that makes food for Canadian prisons.
Prison is much more than fours walls of the a vile institution; prison as a condition is reflected and reproduced in the world that surrounds us.
It is the cameras on every street corner surveilling our comings and goings; it is the DNA and fingerprint databanks that record our most personal details; it is the borders and constant threat of detention and deportation that would keep us from freely choosing where we want to live.
To Sodexo (and all others that contribute to the upkeep and functioning of prisons) we say screw you and your choice of ham and cheese or peanut butter and jelly sandwiches, when what we really want is to burn the prisons to the ground.
With love and solidarity.”
Sunday, May 23rd, 2010
21 May 2010
“FOR SELF-ORGANISATION & ANTI-CAPITALIST RESISTANCE
May 21, 2010, approx 2.30am.
A ‘T-mobile’ repeater was destroyed by fire. All effort was made not to endanger any life and the mast was chosen due to its distance from residential buildings and activity. The fence was cut with bolt-croppers and placed at the base of the antenna, wrapped around the electrical cables powering the mast, was a cut tyre filled with rags soaked in paraffin. Soaked rags were also tied to the cables and tucked into the tyre. Firelighters were used to ignite the lot. The antenna was situated near the central Temple Meads railway station close to a new ‘urban development’ area.
Destructive acts against the telecommunications infrastructure of capitalist economy are simple and reproducible, as are attacks against other facets of industrial society. The system relies on a network of cables, antennas and power units to enforce and sustain its exploitation. Far from being a faceless abstract enemy, the conduits of commodity production remain attackable at many points, vulnerable to our courage, rage and joy.
We dedicate this action to the arrested anarchists Constantino, Luca and Silvia in Switzerland, accused of conspiring against a nano-tech facility; to all the prisoners of the social struggle in Greece and to all those who have begun to fight, in a myriad of places, of different tongues, races and names.
FOR INTERNATIONAL SOCIAL & ECOLOGICAL STRUGGLE AGAINST STATE & CAPITAL”
Cells of Fire: Storm of Butterflies