Posts Tagged ‘Banamex Bank’
Monday, May 30th, 2016
On the morning of May 23rd in complicity with the full moon we decided to attack, in a city taken by police and military, we joined the night which makes us invisible and provides anonymity and secrecy. We torched a Banamex branch by placing tires in front of it and watering them with gasoline. So we illuminated the darkness and struck a blow, it’s a fleeting moment, but it’s a moment we enjoy and that for a few seconds makes us feel a little freer, releasing the fire that slowly eats away at the awful branch and it’s ATMs. We decided to videotape it so that everyone can see that some actions are easy to carry out, to encourage all comrades to take action wherever they are.
It is undeniable, we are everywhere. We see banks and those responsible for them as direct generators of poverty and social inequality. Banks are the temples where the “God” of money comes and goes, where misery is managed, where that “God” is placed above any form of life. (more…)
Tags: Arson, Banamex Bank, Conspiracy of Cells of Fire, Fernando Barcenas, Francisco Solar, Informal Anarchic Individualities, International Solidarity, Mauricio Morales, Mexico, Monica Caballero, Sabotage, Sebastián Oversluij Seguel, Tamara Sol
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