Monday, July 24th, 2017
G20 in Hamburg: These were days of revolt
During the days of the summit of the G20, thousands of people flooded the streets of Hamburg with their anger about the cops` violence and the world that they protect. Already during the week before, there was no uncertainty around the cops’ will to confront every sign of protest or resistance with zero tolerance. During the demo on Thursday evening, they made their position clear once again, attacking the front of the demo from the first minute it started. The cops obviously and viciously embraced the possibility of potentially even lethal injuries, when they pushed and kettled the front block of the demo into a very narrow, canyon-like part of the Hafenstraße, bordered on the sides by brick walls. They caused panic, hitting, kicking, pepper-spraying, firing tear gas and shooting water canons from the front and the sides. Many people sought to flee over the walls on the sides, a lot of people got hurt – but you could also see impressive moments of solidarity, people helping each other up the wall, whilst others attacked the cops from above and brave and calm front rows defended the demo from the cops attacks, taking a serious beating.
Solidarity statement from Rosa de Foc Squat in Athens, Greece, to anti-airport struggle ZAD in France
Friday, July 21st, 2017
As an international housing squat we think solidarity is our weapon, and as we all know weapons have categories, from handguns to nuclear bombs. Revolutionary solidarity doesn’t have boundaries and can only benefit the struggle. We are already starting to try our theories in practice about this.
International solidarity means bringing and taking ideas from one place to another, placing priorities and supporting the place that needs our help the most. Help is not only texts, supplies and solidarity demonstrations in our territory, but also our physical presence there. Working with the people, learning their language and their culture. Basic ingredients if we want to be effective and helpful, because every battle ground is different. (more…)
Saturday, May 13th, 2017
Hacia la Liberación Total:
Memoria y kontrakultura
Compañerxs lxs invitamos a hacerse parte de la jornada kontrakultural a realizarse el día 20 de mayo desde las 14 hrs en la Biblioteca Manuel Rojas, en memoria del compañero Mauricio Morales, el “Punki Mauri” a 8 años de su muerte en acción.
Durante la actividad tendremos un almuerzo vegano colectivo, taller de encuadernación, medicina natural, creación de máscaras, grabado y propaganda, además danza butoh, cuentacuentos, teatro, poesía insurrecta y nos acompañarán bandas musicales hermanas.
Con los talleres reivindicamos la autoformación, la colectivización del conocimiento, el encuentro entre compañerxs que traspasan y fomentan aprendizajes para potenciar la autonomía, dando vida y valor al hazlo tú mismx, avanzando en un presente y futuro sin Autoridad.
Nuestra kontrakultura anárquica/antiautoritaria no tiene una finalidad estética o decorativa, sino que a través de lo que vamos creando permitimos el que fluyan sentimientos y emociones que propagan nuestras ideas y valores negadores del orden existente.
Habrá videos contrainformativos, información de compañerxs presxs, puestos de distintas bibliotecas antiautoritarias y material de propaganda anárquica, lxs invitamos a que lleven sus ferias.
NUESTRA MEMORIA ES NEGRA, NUESTRO CORAZÓN TAMBIÉN.
Wednesday, May 10th, 2017
MayDay – The Hague: Solidarity with the anarchists accused of bank robbery in Aachen (Netherlands, Germany)
Tuesday, May 2nd, 2017
Today on MayDay, the international day of struggle against capitalism and oppression four banners were hanged in The Hague, the Netherlands, and more than a 1500 flyers scattered in solidarity with the anarchists accused of bank robbery in Aachen, Germany.
In 2015 and 2016 three anarchist comrades, one from Amsterdam and two from Barcelona, have been imprisoned after the prosecution office of Aachen (Germany) issued warrants for their arrests on accusation of bank robbery in the same city. The comrade from Amsterdam, charged with a robbery in 2013, has been acquitted in December 2017; she is currently awaiting the revision appeal. The trial of the two other comrades concerns a robbery in 2014 and began on the 23rd January 2017; their court case will continue for the coming months.
We are not interested in knowing whether the comrade is actually responsible for the bank robberies or not. Expropriation is an ethically just and politically legitimate practice, a method of struggle that is part of the history of all revolutionary movements.
We want them free! Rage and solidarity!
Actividad en memoria del compañero Mauricio Morales y los 81 presos asesinados en la cárcel de San Miguel (Chile)
Monday, May 1st, 2017
HASTA DESTRUIR EL ÚLTIMO BASTIÓN DE LA SOCIEDAD CARCELARIA
Un nuevo 8… un nuevo Mayo…
En un par de semanas se cumplirán 8 años de la muerte en acción del compañero Mauricio Morales a metros de la Escuela de Gendarmería, tras la detonación anticipada de la bomba artesanal que transportaba.
Desde ese día la memoria anárquica del “Punki Mauri” se ha defendido y propagado a lo largo y ancho del mundo, a través de todo tipo de gestos antiautoritarios que combaten con fiereza el olvido y el silencio.
Lxs invitamos a todxs el día lunes 8 de mayo afuera de la Cárcel de San Miguel desde las 19 hrs, donde recordaremos a Mauri y los 81 presos asesinados por el Estado el 8 de diciembre de 2010, siempre desde nuestras ideas y prácticas anárquicas contrarias al mundo del Dominio.
NUESTRA MEMORIA ES NEGRA, NUESTRO CORAZÓN TAMBIÉN.
Sunday, April 30th, 2017
Monday, April 17th, 2017
Inauguration des Fleurs Arctiques
Une bibliothèque pour la révolution, Paris XIXe
Samedi 22 avril 2017 à 18h aux Fleurs Arctiques
45 Rue du Pré Saint-Gervais, 75019 Paris
Métro Place des Fêtes (lignes 7bis et 11 du métro).
Thursday, April 6th, 2017
On the 7th and 8th of July 2017, when the most successful war criminals of the present, the most unscrupulous sweaters of human and nature, the self-titled leaders of this planet, meet in Hamburg, they will not be confronted and thus be revaluated with some demands for better governance or social enslavement.
They will feel the rage of the street, when they are rushing with their convoys through deserted districts and talk about the nightly attacks of the last few weeks.
This call, like so many others at similar meetings, does not want to lose itself in an analysis of the importance of the G-20 summit or the policy of their participants. The injustice of the world has been declared a thousand times, anyone who now feels no urge to act, does not need another text.
We want to speak of those who are already involved in the struggle against capitalism and its exerting states with their conforming societies – so, of US.
Since Seattle in 1999, summit protests were a catalysator of radical resistance; individuals and groups came together, swapped ideas, were standing together behind the barricades and carried the flame of resistance back to their regions. Even the shots of Gothenburg and Genoa, or the numerous infiltrated snitches could not stop the development of a Europe-wide chaotic network of autonomous / anarchist / antiauthoritarian tendencies. (more…)
Saturday, March 25th, 2017
On the 7th and 8th of July 2017 the G20 summit is supposed to take place in Hamburg. The heads of the governments of the 19 richest and most powerful states of the world, accompanied by 6.000 delegation members, surrounded and permanently photographed by 3.000 journalists and of course cordoned off and protected by an army of at least 10.000 police and secret service operatives.
All this is supposed to take place in the middle of Hamburg: in the exhibition halls, in the town hall, in the Elbphilharmonie. Large-scale and multilevel barriers, ID controls, evacuated appartments – the main victims will be the people in the Karoviertel and the surrounding neighborhoods. Especially those, that are already more exposed to frequent controls and harrassments because of the color of their skin, their legal status, their precarious social situation or other reasons.
The residents are supposed to give way for an orchestration of power, a living city is turned into a dead scenery. The main performance is the illusion that the political elites of global capitalism have everything well under control, that they are somehow capable of providing security, peace, livelihood and a real future perspective to the people of the world. (more…)
International call out April 17-23, 2017 for decentralized actions in solidarity with comrades accused of bank-robbery in Aachen (Germany)
Thursday, March 16th, 2017
In 2015, a comrade from Amsterdam was arrested. She was accused of having participated in a robbery in 2013 against the Aachener bank in Aachen. After a few months spent in preventive and several weeks of trial, she was finally acquitted and released. Nevertheless, it can be assumed that the Aachen Prosecutor’s Office will appeal this verdict and go to the revision court.
In April and June 2016, two other comrades, this time from Barcelona, were arrested and incarcerated by the spanish state, accused by the same prosecution office of having participated in another bank robbery. The two were then extradited to germany in June 2016, where they have since been under the U-Haft regime (investigative preventive prison). The trial against them began in January 2017 in the Aachen Justice complex and it is scheduled to run until May 22, 2017.
Thursday, March 16th, 2017
Biggest protests in Belarus in the last 10 years
In Belarus last weeks people took to the streets to fight the law against social parasitism – law that was signed by dictator Lukashenko in 2015, but started troubling population only at the beginning of the 2017. Thousands took to the streets in Minsk, Brest, Gomel and many other smaller cities all around the country, to show their discontent with the law and the current regime. The protests seems to have little influence from “official” opposition- instead of that people previously not involved in the politics are organizing together. In several places anarchist played quite a big role in the protests. Last week belarusian government started repressions against those on the streets – up until now over 48 people were detained and prosecuted for different violations. (more…)
Thursday, March 16th, 2017
March is a month that is particularly full of milestones that invite us with special strength to take to the streets and spread the anarchic agitation, with memory and solidarity as insurrectionist tools of action.
Among these milestones is the so-called ‘Women’s Day’ (March 8), a day that like other commemorations has been assimilated by reformism and the market, offering us the possibility to spread anti-patriarchal ideas and link them with anti-state and anti-authoritarian critiques, marking our differences with social-democratic, leftist and / or authoritarian feminism.
Another important event that occurred in March was the ‘Pampa Irigoin massacre’ (also known as the Puerto Montt massacre), which occured on March 9, 1969 under the government of Eduardo Frei Montalva. By order of the Minister of the Interior, Edmundo Pérez Zujovic, police agents murdered nine villagers who had illegally occupied a plot of land to live with their families outside the city. As revenge for what happened, Pérez Zujovic was assassinated in June 1971 by members of the armed left-wing group Organized Vanguard of the People (VOP).
Also this month, March 10 marks the sixth anniversary of the murder of comrade Lambros Foundas who was shot dead in Greece during a shoot-out with police after attempting to steal a car. Lambros was a member of the anarchist guerrilla organization Revolutionary Struggle, and as his comrades stated later, the theft of the vehicle was part of a planned operation. (more…)
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Thursday, March 16th, 2017
PDF: Panfleto Javier Recabarren
Panfletos arrojados por los aires el día 12 de marzo en calle Radal con Alameda, Santiago de Chile, a la memoria de Javier Recabarren. El panfleto dice:
En esta calle, Radal con Alameda, el 18 de marzo del año 2015, murió el joven combatiente de 11 años de edad Javier Recabarren, atropellado por un transantiago. Hoy lo recordamos con este gesto, trayéndolo a la calle una vez más, para hacerlo parte de nuestro continuo de lucha anarquista, que no reconoce líderes, dirigencias, policías y estados. No reconoce poder, ni autoridad. Solo reconoce Memoria, Resistencia y Subversión.
¡Javier Recabarren: Presente!
¡Juventud Combatiente: Insurrección Permanente!
Friday, March 10th, 2017
“Kon todo el amor subversivo al pekeño hermoso niño rebelde Javier Rekabarren… Vegano/Anarko/Antijaulas, inmensamente conciente de sus inkontenibles deseos de libertad… Te llevamos en los corazones indómitos pekeño hermano!!!”.
–Marcelo Villarroel, Prisionero Libertario. 05/11/2015.
La memoria, un arma en la guerra contra el Poder.
Asumidxs hasta la muerte como enemigxs del Estado, asumidxs hasta las últimas como enemigxs del poder y toda representación de autoridad.
Lanzamos una vez más un llamado abierto de agitación y propaganda a 2 años de la muerte del compañero anarquista Javier Recabarren, quien falleciera el 18 de marzo del año 2015 tras ser atropellado por un bus del transantiago en Santiago, Chile.
Nuestra intención es clara, prevalecer la memoria de un compañero que con apenas 11 de años de edad comenzaba a cimentar su camino en la lucha antiespecista y antiautoritaria conociendo sus ideas a través de la propaganda. Acudiendo a actividades, ferias del libro y manifestaciones; y sin dudarlo, pasó a la acción armando barricadas, atacando a las policías, encapuchándose, para darle vida al desborde desde el anonimato. (more…)