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Feral Revolution/Against the logic of submission/Willful disobedience – W.Landstreicher/Feral Faun zines translated into Spanish (PDF)

Friday, July 22nd, 2016

325 receives and transmits:

Hello,
We sent you these fanzines that we have translated and edited. Here they go, for if you want to diffuse them physically or online, or edit them, or whatever you want. These are:

– Feral Revolution (Feral Faun)
– Against the logic of submission (Wolfi Landstreicher)
– Willful disobedience (Wolfi Landstreicher)

link:
http://www.mediafire.com/download/gkdy9hwoauwxajy/Feral Faun Fanzines spanish.zip

Because we want that the difference of language should not be an obstacle in people’s communication who share passions for the liberation.

Salud and continue struggling!!

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PDF: Al calor de la barricada… con la violencia liberadora, aniquilando lo existente (Chile)

Wednesday, June 22nd, 2016

PDF: Al calor de la barricada… con la violencia liberadora, aniquilando lo existente

A MODO DE PRESENTACIÓN

El corazón palpitando, la respiración agitada, la mente clara. Los materiales necesarios: botellas, bencina, mecha y mucho más: el rostro cubierto, las miradas cómplices que se entrecruzan, la decisión tomada: enfrentarse al poder en todas sus formas y con todas las fuerzas.
El humo de la barricada, el estruendo de los vidrios que se quiebran, las piedras lanzadas a los/as esbirros/as del poder, los gritos que nombran a un/x compañerx muertx o encerradx, las voces iracundas que gritan liberación.
A Claudia López, compañera anarquista asesinada por la policía durante enfrentamientos callejeros el 11 de septiembre de 1998 en la población la Pincoya.
A nuestrxs hermanxs Mauricio Morales y Sebastan Oversluij.
A lxs indomitxs secuestrados por el poder y la autoridad. (more…)

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

Tuesday, June 7th, 2016

PDF: Semana de Agitación

Prólogo: Javier Recabarren, nuestro pekeño gran guerrero vive y vuelve en lxs ke luchan!!

En la diktadura de la adultokracia, de los disvalores de la normalidad jerarkizada de la autoridad, un individux de 11 años de vida resulta ser sólo un niñx kon nada ke enseñar y kon la destinación obligatoria de aprender en kalidad de alumno, sin konciencia klara de si y kon la perspektiva únika de pasar a formar parte de akel inmenso ejército de explotadxs ke sostiene, kual cadenas. El poder ke lx domina.

Para kienes luchamos kontra el presente de opresión y miseria, un(x) guerrerx, un(x) hermanx-kompañerx no kabe en los parámetros generacionales ke el poder usa para estatificar a lxs individuxs. (more…)

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PDFs: 4 new releases from green anarchist zine Return Fire (UK)

Sunday, June 5th, 2016

Return Fire #3 : Contents (Winter 2015-2016)

Colonisation (Glossary, Return Fire #3)

Smarter Prison A5 imposed

RF #3 Colour Cover

RF #3 B&W Cover

Just now we’ve sent out the PDF versions of our recent releases, for downloading and printing. (For past issues, see here). To summarise, there’s the full length edition of Return Fire vol.3 (Winter 2015-2016), full of news, theory, poetry and antagonism; a companion piece consisting of our ‘glossary’ entry for the issue, on Colonisation; an imposed and print-ready version of ‘Smarter Prison?‘ as a supplement to vol.3, which we received from ‘Radical Interference’ and released for December of 2015; and lastly, we’ve uploaded one of the feature texts from vol.3, ‘The Veil Drops‘, to theanarchistlibrary.org as a separate file for reading and reproduction.

Return Fire vol.3

A continuation of our project to bring incisive anarchic content from around to world to an anglophone readership. New editorial content, reprints of things we’ve found useful, artwork, action listings, foraging information, the usual.

There’s a few previously-untranslated articles in this issue. For example, one is an extract from the latest cover story of Italy’s eco-insurrectionary periodical Terra Selvaggia, on ‘The Advance of Urbanisation’ and, simultaneously, cracks opening in the concrete which we could utilise… Annie Archet meanwhile tells a life-story of evading identity, in Portrait of the Invisible Woman in Front of Her Mirror. To name
some out of the texts we’ve assembled from selections of pre-existing ones, David King looks at the reductionist and patriarchal implications of modern reproductive technologies in “Into Her Inner Chambers”, and Nicola Gai speaks to acting within ‘The Maximum That Our Abilities Allow’ (from his contribution to the founding issue of the Croce Nera Anarchica).
(more…)

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‘At the Source of Victimization’ by anarchist comrade Alfredo Cospito, Olga Cell FAI-IRF (Italy)

Monday, May 30th, 2016

PDF: At the Source of Victimization by Alfredo Cospito.

The English version of the brochure “At the Source of Victimization” that was translated by the C.C.F member Olga Economidou, originally written by Alfredo Cospito. Cospito is jailed in Italy for the FAI armed attack against CEO Roberto Adinolfi of Ansaldo Nucleare.

radiofragmata.espivblogs.net

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Santiago: Sale el número 17 del boletín La Bomba (Chile)

Sunday, May 15th, 2016

La Bomba 17

PDF: La Bomba 17

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Dark Nights #46 : ‘Chaotic Variables’ by CCF – Metropolitan Violence Cell (ACN)

Sunday, April 10th, 2016

‘A Theoretical Contribution In Proposal for an Informal Anarchist Platform’
by CCF – Metropolitan Violence Cell

Dark Nights #46

The text comprises a proposal for continued informal coordination and includes an analysis of the Black December experiment, in printable Dark Nights format. The text just missed our deadline for April’s version and so gets an issue all to itself… print & distribute…

Long live the black international!


http://325.nostate.net/wp-content/uploads/2016/04/dark-nights-46.pdf

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Dark Nights #45 : ‘Without a Trace of Remorse’ by Aggeliki Spyropoulou & ‘April’s Dream’ by Eat (ACN)

Saturday, April 9th, 2016

Bringing together two escape attempts, a dream, letters, claims of responsibility, interventions and the perpetual destruction of the existent…

Dark Nights #45

1. ‘Without a Trace of Remorse’ by Aggeliki Spyropoulou.
2. ‘April’s Dream’ by Eat.
3. Coverage of the CCF Escape Case Trial.
4. ‘The perpetual move towards freedom…’ by Christos Tsakalos, CCF / FAI-FRI.
5. Message from CCF / Metropolitan Violence Cell to Las Lecheros Library, Chile.
6. CCF – FAI/IRF: The Free Besieged.
7. Open letter of Pola Roupa about the attempt to break Nikos Maziotis and members of CCF out of Korydallos prison.
8. Intervention of Christos Tsakalos at an event in the self managed hangout in Karditsa.
9. Direct Action Chronology

http://325.nostate.net/wp-content/uploads/2016/04/dark-nights-45.pdf

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PDF: Texte zum Schwarzen Dezember (Germany)

Tuesday, March 22nd, 2016

PDF: Schwarzer Dezember (2015)

urbanresistance.noblogs.org

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Dark Nights #44 : ‘Turn up the Heat’ & ‘Communique by CCF – Urban Guerilla Cell′ – Feb 2016 (ACN)

Tuesday, February 23rd, 2016

Dark Nights #44

1. Turn up the Heat.
2. Communique by CCF – Urban Guerilla Cell.
3. ‘Forever Guilty’ – Text by Panagiotis Argirou on the trial for the 250 attacks of the CCF / FAI-IRF.
4. ‘Against the Slander of Civil Anarchism’ by Sureños Incivilizados (Chile)
5. Civitavecchia, Italy: FAI/FRI take responsibility for an explosive attack on the city court.
6. Athens, Greece: FAI take responsibility for two incendiary attacks.
7. Athens, Greece: FAI take responsibility for an explosion at Tax Office.
8. Direct Action Chronology.
9. Police allege helicopter escape attempt by revolutionary comrades held hostage in Korydallos Prison, implicate comrade in clandestinity Pola Roupa of Revolutionary Struggle (Greece)

http://325.nostate.net/wp-content/uploads/2016/04/44-dark-nights.pdf

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PDF: 'Empty House & Crowded Forest' by Eat (Indonesia)

Friday, February 19th, 2016

PDF: ‘Empty House & Crowded Forest

Here we release the finished PDF version of the surreal children’s book written by Eat (Reyhard Rumbayan) and illustrated by Lukas.

“This book is dedicated to all imprisoned members of Conspiracy of Cells of Fire, Revolutionary Struggle, Marco Camenisch, Gabriel Pombo da Silva, Ted K and all the nihilist rebels across the globe. Salute!”

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PDF: ‘Empty House & Crowded Forest’ by Eat (Indonesia)

Friday, February 19th, 2016

PDF: ‘Empty House & Crowded Forest

Here we release the finished PDF version of the surreal children’s book written by Eat (Reyhard Rumbayan) and illustrated by Lukas.

“This book is dedicated to all imprisoned members of Conspiracy of Cells of Fire, Revolutionary Struggle, Marco Camenisch, Gabriel Pombo da Silva, Ted K and all the nihilist rebels across the globe. Salute!”

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KJA – Congress of Free Women call for 8th March (Kurdistan)

Thursday, February 18th, 2016

PDF: 8 March Invitation

“We, women from KJA, will be commemorating the traditional İnternational
Women’s Day of Struggle and Solidarity with series of activities and action
between March 1st and 8th. Last year we organized various events and activities
in 240 different district and towns. With the growing resistance and struggle we
will commemorate 8th of March with even more enthusiasm.”

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"We are on the side of Life, not Death": Peace campaign from Women's & LGBTI groups (Turkey)

Sunday, February 14th, 2016

PDF: We are on the Side of Life, not Death

“You may remember our international call for support and solidarity for this
campaign in mid-January, when we asked women’s and LGBTI groups and
individuals across the world to sign onto our petition in the midst of an
intensifying war in Turkey. As we stated back then, the resolution process
that was started in 2012 for a political solution to the Kurdish issue in
Turkey has come to a halt. For the past seven months, we have turned back
to war – with an ever-increasing level of violence. As of the 16th of
January, 2016, 20 districts of seven different provinces have suffered 57
curfews altogether, remaining under curfew for a total of 376 days.

Currently the sieges on Cizre and Silopi have reached 59 days, while the
Sur neighbourhood of Diyarbakır has been under siege for 71 days already.
In these seven months hundreds of people – civilians, guerilla fighters,
soldiers, police forces – have been killed or wounded.

In areas where clashes are intense and curfews have been declared due to
military operations, tens of thousands of people have been forced or left
no choice but to leave their homes, becoming migrants, i.e. internally
displaced persons. Those who have been unable to leave, or who have chosen
to remain in their homes, in their neighbourhoods despite intense attacks
by security forces have been declared ‘illegal’. Their lives are under dire
threat, and all their possessions suffer serious damage. Dozens of families
have been forced to take refuge in crowded basements due to military
bombings, with nothing to eat but a loaf of dry bread which they share.
Pregnant women have either given birth early or miscarried. Many people
have lost their lives, unable to reach hospitals due to sniper fire. The
bodies of those who are killed remain in the streets for days, as people
are not allowed by the state to claim their dead. Families are not given
the right to bury their loved ones. Only this week, the naked bodies of
women who have been killed in Cizre by state security forces have been
displayed. Only this week, more than 60 people have been massacred in three
separate basements in Cizre. Those wounded in one of these basements have
been there for weeks, calling for an ambulance….”

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“We are on the side of Life, not Death”: Peace campaign from Women’s & LGBTI groups (Turkey)

Sunday, February 14th, 2016

PDF: We are on the Side of Life, not Death

“You may remember our international call for support and solidarity for this
campaign in mid-January, when we asked women’s and LGBTI groups and
individuals across the world to sign onto our petition in the midst of an
intensifying war in Turkey. As we stated back then, the resolution process
that was started in 2012 for a political solution to the Kurdish issue in
Turkey has come to a halt. For the past seven months, we have turned back
to war – with an ever-increasing level of violence. As of the 16th of
January, 2016, 20 districts of seven different provinces have suffered 57
curfews altogether, remaining under curfew for a total of 376 days.

Currently the sieges on Cizre and Silopi have reached 59 days, while the
Sur neighbourhood of Diyarbakır has been under siege for 71 days already.
In these seven months hundreds of people – civilians, guerilla fighters,
soldiers, police forces – have been killed or wounded.

In areas where clashes are intense and curfews have been declared due to
military operations, tens of thousands of people have been forced or left
no choice but to leave their homes, becoming migrants, i.e. internally
displaced persons. Those who have been unable to leave, or who have chosen
to remain in their homes, in their neighbourhoods despite intense attacks
by security forces have been declared ‘illegal’. Their lives are under dire
threat, and all their possessions suffer serious damage. Dozens of families
have been forced to take refuge in crowded basements due to military
bombings, with nothing to eat but a loaf of dry bread which they share.
Pregnant women have either given birth early or miscarried. Many people
have lost their lives, unable to reach hospitals due to sniper fire. The
bodies of those who are killed remain in the streets for days, as people
are not allowed by the state to claim their dead. Families are not given
the right to bury their loved ones. Only this week, the naked bodies of
women who have been killed in Cizre by state security forces have been
displayed. Only this week, more than 60 people have been massacred in three
separate basements in Cizre. Those wounded in one of these basements have
been there for weeks, calling for an ambulance….”

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