Posts Tagged ‘IIRSA (Initiative for the Integration of the Regional Infrastructure of South America)’
‘ELF – Cell of Anti-Civilization Agitation’ take responsibility for arson solidarity action (Greece)
Friday, March 3rd, 2017
E.L.F. Thessaloniki – Responsibility claim
Because of the call from South America against the new destructive plans I.I.R.S.A. which had as its primary concern the development and opening of trade between developed roads, telecommunications, sea and air networks, we decided to take action. On Wednesday 15/2, at 2am, we torched two excavation machines, in the center of Thessaloniki.
The new profitable plan will proceed to a massive destruction of the Amazon which includes deforestation, elimination of the fauna and flora and the persecution of indigenous populations, as well the pollution of the waters aiming at the economic growth of the industrial complex. A complex that is inextricably connected with authority and dominance, while simultaneously being diffused within society, which in turn feeds it, mostly willingly. A society that reproduces the social standards that have been enforced, that perpetuates the regime of waged slavery, that is the observer in the onslaught of dominance. A totality clouded by propaganda, formed to follow the journeys dictated by subjugation.
Tags: Arson, Earth Liberation Front, ELF - Cell of Anti-Civilization Agitation, Greece, IIRSA (Initiative for the Integration of the Regional Infrastructure of South America), Sabotage, Thessaloniki
Posted in Direct Action
Wednesday, February 22nd, 2017
In South America and Chile, the IIRSA (Initiative for the Integration of the Regional Infrastructure of South America) is advancing, and as individuals at war with civilization and power we do not sit idly by.
In the city of Santiago, one of its points of intervention is the cement mega-structure “Acceso Sur” (Access South), which starts the freeway that facilitates the transportation of goods from the center to the south of the country. This construction violently intervenes in the everyday landscape of the surrounding populations.
In the week of agitation against the IIRSA we illuminated the night with insurgent fire by burning an electricity box on that disgusting highway, demonstrating that power and its mega-projects remain vulnerable. (more…)