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Posts Tagged ‘Chile’

Nemesis Project: Explosive / Incendiary Attack Against the National Confederation of Truck Owners by FAI-IRF (Chile)

Tuesday, August 1st, 2017

Translation by Insurrection News:

NEMESIS PROJECT ACT V

On the night of July 25, we attacked the building belonging to the National Confederation of Truck Owners of Chile, located on Almirante Barroso street in the city center of Santiago, with an explosive / incendiary device.

The National Confederation of Truck Owners of Chile is a structural link in the chain of domination and exploitation, taking an active part in freight transport and environmental looting in Chilean territory and Wallmapu.

They are one of the main beneficiaries of the IIRSA project, which has as one of its objectives the ‘improvement’ of road infrastructure for the transport of goods in the countries of South / Latin America.

They are also the first line of entrepreneurs working side by side with the Chilean state seeking to intensify the repression and police intelligence gathering in Mapuche territory, trying to stop without success the burning of trucks that is part of the autonomous Mapuche subversion in defence of its ancestral territory. (more…)

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Update on Anarchist Prisoners Nataly, Juan & Enrique (Chile)

Tuesday, August 1st, 2017

Translated by Insurrection News

The trial against the compañerxs began on March 24. It was expected that the trial would be long and exhausting, and it has been so far, since the prosecution had announced the presentation of 186 witnesses, 87 experts, 231 documents and 648 pieces of evidence.

As was previously reported at the beginning of the trial, the accusations of and convictions sought by the prosecution are as follows:

* Enrique Guzmán: Accused of making the explosive device used at Police Station No.1 in Santiago Centro. This charge has been formalized under the anti-terrorism law and the prosecution are demanding 10 years imprisonment.

* Nataly Casanova: Accused of making the explosive device used at Police Station No.1 in Santiago Centro, of placing the explosive device in the subway car at Los Dominicos metro station and possession of material for the preparation of explosives. The charges have been formalized under the anti-terrorism law and the prosecution are demanding 20 years imprisonment.

* Juan Flores: Accused of placing the explosive device used at Police Station No.1 in Santiago Centro, of placing the explosive device in the subway car at Los Dominicos metro station and the placement of the explosive device at Subcentro. The charges have been formalized under the anti-terrorism law and the prosecution are demanding life imprisonment for him. (more…)

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A 8 años Punky Mauri Presente!! Actividad del 27 de mayo 2017 (Chile)

Tuesday, August 1st, 2017

https://vimeo.com/227067806

“Expropiar nuestra historia al poder. Arrancarle lo que le gustaría
guardar bajo silencio y alimentarnos con ello. Hacerla existir, no
seguir desa¬rraigados, no seguir viniendo de ninguna parte. Saber que
otros estaban ahí antes de nosotrxs. Saber aprender de ello, aprovechar
reflexiones, experien¬cias, autocríticas, escisiones… Esto es también
una tarea de un movimiento revolucionario que se enfrenta al poder que
quisiera vernos aisladxs sin pa¬sado (o entonces abatidos por la
historias de los vencidos).”

El sábado 27 de mayo nos tomamos la plaza nuevamen¬te, la tomamos con la
convicción de que la memoria no es palabra muerta, por el contrario, es
la práctica de poner en movimiento re¬cuerdos cargados de historia y
compromiso.
Hace 8 años que el compañero Mauricio nos dejó en una ex¬plosiva
madrugada de mayo, hoy evocamos la consecuencia de vida del Punky Mauri
para volver a encarnarla en nosotrxs, en ustedes, en nuestras
determinaciones. (more…)

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Hacia la Liberación Total: Memoria y kontrakultura, actividad en memoria de Mauri (Chile)

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.

Lxs esperamos!!!

NUESTRA MEMORIA ES NEGRA, NUESTRO CORAZÓN TAMBIÉN.

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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.

Mayo 2017

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Chile: Publicación a la memoria rebelde e insurrecta de Javier Recabarren (PDF)

Monday, May 1st, 2017

PDF: Semana por Javier Recabarren – Marzo 2017

Múltiples pueden ser las formas en las que se puede recordar a un/a compañerx, amigx, hermanx, cada quien con su forma, sus recuerdos, sus palabras o afinidades. Desde pequeños destellos que formaron aportes a la lucha se construye la memoria de aquellxs a quienes no dejamos escapar de nuestrxs caminos, rescatando la fuerza puesta en la construcción de la autonomía, esa misma que nos mueve, experiencia compartida que nos hizo cómplices en algún momento y que continuamos propagando.

Ahora se propaga un pequeño gesto en recuerdo de un compa cuyo recuerdo nos estremece, así como se hizo a través de un panfleto o del reconfortante sonido de una vitrina destrozada por una piedra, devolviendo una porción de nuestra rabia al capital por el compa que nos arrebató en medio de su rutina, de su envolvente sociedad de olvido y esclavitud. Un aporte mínimo, un gesto sencillo, pero reconociendo la afinidad que sentimos al recordar sus pasos.

Javier Recabarren está en nuestra memoria y acompaña nuestro andar por las enmarañadas sendas de la liberación total. En ellas no reconocemos vicios sobre la edad ni de la “madurez”, porque es la afinidad la que nos une, el arrojo el que nos incentiva y las convicciones las que nos construyen cotidianamente.

Anónimx.

PD: Agradeciendo profundamente a lxs compas que respondieron la semana de agitación por Javier, dejamos a disposición esta publicación, que recopila palabras y acciones -desde una posición anárquica- enmarcadas en la iniciativa lanzada públicamente en Marzo del presente año, 2017.

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En recuerdo del oso polar Taco y Javier Recabarren (Chile)

Friday, April 21st, 2017

En recuerdo del oso polar Taco y del corte de calle por su la libertad donde participó el compañero Javier Recabarren el 26/12/2014.

El oso polar Taco nació el 10 de diciembre del año 1996 en Holanda, fue traído 2 años después a Chile a la cárcel-zoológico Metropolitano de Santiago. Durante el año 2014 y 2015 muchas serían las instancias que se realizaron exigiendo su liberación. El compa Javier Recabarren sería parte activa de aquellas, confeccionando lienzos y participando de marchas y concentraciones que eran convocadas abiertamente.

El día 26 de diciembre del año 2014, el compa junto a otrxs anónimxs tenían planeada una pequeña acción para visualizar la situación de cautiverio que afrontaba Taco, exigiendo su libertad. De esta manera el grupo llegó hasta una arteria en la comuna de Estación Central, donde mantenían mucho material para lo inevitable. Por la noche arrojaron todo los escombros que tenían escondidos y se lo entregaron al hermoso fuego. (more…)

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Against the Police-State : Solidarity to Juan, Nataly and Enrique (Chile)

Saturday, March 25th, 2017

CONTRAELESTADOPOLICIALNGLES

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Nemesis Project: CCF/FAI take responsibility for a letter-bomb attack against the German Minister of Finance (Germany, Greece)

Thursday, March 16th, 2017

Conspiracy of Cells of Fire – Nemesis Project – Act 2

Nine Years after the first appearance of the Conspiracy of Cells of Fire in January 2008.

After more than 300 attacks against targets of domination that resulted in tens of millions of euros in damage and the transferring of fear to the camp of power.

After more than 60 arrests of comrades and other individuals over the years who have been accused of being our members and the thousands of years of imprisonment imposed upon them.

After so many times that Ministers and Police Chiefs have declared in the media that they have managed to ‘dismantle’ us and that “the CCF is finished.”

After the inclusion of the CCF in lists of ‘terrorist’ organizations by the State Department in the US and by Europol in the EU.

… we continue even louder.

With the creation of an international conspiratorial network of FAI and CCF cells in dozens of countries that have carried out and continue to carry out guerrilla attacks.

With even greater passion and tenacity to not only attack the infrastructure of the system but also the people in power.

Always against social apathy.

Always against the oppressors of our lives.

Still they cannot understand that the CCF is an idea and that the idea cannot be imprisoned because it is like the Hydra. For each comrade that is imprisoned, new comrades are ready to take their place and continue on the path of attack.

We still have the rage…

We sent a booby-trapped parcel bomb to the German Minister of Finance within the context of the campaign of the second act of Project Nemesis.

A communique will follow in the coming months.

Comradely greetings to the FAI direct action groups in Chile and Greece for their contributions to Project Nemesis.

Rebellious greetings to the FAI comrades in Italy and the imprisoned members of CCF in Greece who remain unrepentant.

Forward for the Black International of Anarchists of Praxis.

Nothing has ended, everything continues.


LONG LIVE ANARCHY


Conspiracy of Cells of Fire / FAI


via Athens IMC, translated by Insurrection News

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In March and all year round: memory, solidarity and anarchic agitation against power (Chile)

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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Panfletos a la memoria de Javier Recabarren (Chile)

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!

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Semana de Agitación a la memoria de Javier Recabarren del 11 al 18 de Marzo 2017 (Chile)

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…)

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Letter from anarchist comrade Joaquin Garcia (Chile)

Friday, March 10th, 2017

It has been five months since I returned to inhabit the cells of the Maximum Security Section of the High Security Prison and I think it is necessary to refer to both the personal and the prison scenario. The reasons for not writing before are obviously personal; but more than anything it is due to the belief – despite being convinced that sharing experiences generates inexhaustible links – that the virtual platforms and their set of communications is far removed from the real and approaches an abstract idea of the day to day life of jail and that of the individual. Irreducible? Yes, whether or not there is a swing of emotions, neither conviction nor mind falters, but that disgusting idea of the steel martyr behind the bars must fall. By the suicide of the image and the fetish, by the real destructive complicity. (more…)

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Free at Last! Monica Caballero and Francisco Solar onto the Streets! (Chile)

Thursday, March 9th, 2017

Read the communique from Monica and Francisco on contra-info.

SANTIAGO – Chilean Anarchists, Monica Caballero and Francisco Solar, arrived this morning at Santiago’s International Airport, after having been expulsed from Spanish custody and deported back to their home country.

Monica and Francisco had been charged under Spanish Anti-terrorism legislation for the alleged bombing of the Basilica del Pilar Church in Zaragoza, on Oct 2nd, 2013, and were arrested a month after the incident. Spanish prosecution initially sought a 44 year sentence for the accused, but instead received a 12 year sentence in 2014. The Defense took Monica and Francisco’s case to the Spanish Supreme Court, where the sentence was further reduced to 4 and a half years this past December, having dropped one of the initial charges. (more…)

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Radical Mapuche Struggle: Ancestral Resistance Against the State and Capital (Chile)

Tuesday, March 7th, 2017

“Each individuality, group, tribe or original people have their own ways of resisting this system. However they have the same enemy who represses and oppresses them and the ultimate goal of their struggles is to live freely and autonomously.”Compañero Carlos Gutiérrez Quiduleo

1. Brief journey on a path of resistance.

It is well known that the struggle of the Mapuche people has lasted hundreds of years. Even before fighting the Spanish conquistadors, they had already halted the advance of the Incan empire by preventing its advance towards the south of the territory now called Chile and forcing it to maintain its position in the central zone of ‘Chile’.

Also known are the battles and clashes with the Spanish conquistadors, where for more than a hundred years a war was fought that put in check the ambitions of the conquistadors to dominate the territory without any major obstacles, forcing them, after periods marked by extermination and captivity, to establish a border that allowed the Mapuche to maintain their territory south of the Bio Bio River. (more…)

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