Sberbank bank is attacked with molotovs on 19/01/13 in Southern Moscow (Russia)
First of all we want to send “flaming” salute to our brothers and sisters. Strength to anarchist prisoners and those who chose the life in underground. We remember our fallen comrades and we do our best to avenge them [a reference to Jan 19 “in memoriam” march commemorating another anniversary of the death of Anastasia Baburova and Stanislav Markelov – antifascists killed by nazi death squad – trans.]. For your freedom and ours! Nobody will win our happiness except ourselves. Keep rocking the boat! [a hint at the popular liberal anti-putin motto]! We’ll throw them into water and send to fish! There’s no need for explanations or excuses in regards to what we do. Everyday our conscience pushes us towards breaking “the law”. Only the joy of struggle and resistance fills us with the feeling of unruliness. We urge everyone who has had a chance at throwing a molotov or using a weapon, but got rooted in everyday routine, to remember the feeling. We want everyone who has only recently came to this understanding to think about it. Make one more step. Act. Everything is in your hands. May the fires light the path you take.
– Let no cop nor all fire brigades find your fingerprints where they may
Tonight we went out into the streets one more time. As soon as sky darkened, we attacked “Sberbank” bank office in southern Moscow [“Sberbank” offices are closed on weekends – trans]. Several dozens of passers-by became passive spectators of the action. As soon as we started breaking through windows they tried to voice their discontent. A blow. Then Another one. As soon as whole big enough for molotov to pass through showed itself, we tossed several cocktails inside. None of the honest and law-abiding citizens found enough courage to intervene. All they were good for was calling police. And a-driving they came. 15 minutes after we retreated through the park to nearby subway. With nobody to arrest they continued to scare away local crows with noisy sirens.
Conspiracy Cells of Fire – Russian Cell
Tags: Anastasia Baburova, Arson, Conspiracy of Cells of Fire, Conspiracy of Cells of Fire: Russian Cell, Informal Anarchist Federation (FAI), International Revolutionary Front, Russia, Sberbank, Stanislav Markelov
This entry was posted on Tuesday, January 22nd, 2013 at 12:21 am and is filed under Direct Action.