Posts Tagged ‘International Solidarity’
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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Operation Fenix: Urgent – Imprisoned anarchist Martin Ignačák has gone on hungerstrike (Czech Republic)
Monday, May 30th, 2016
On Friday 27.5. 2016 in Pankrác remand prison anarchist Martin Ignačák accused of terrorism went on hunger strike. He did this because on 29.4. 2016 the City court in Prague ruled in favour of his release from remand and the state’s attorney appealed this decision to the High court in Prague. On Friday 27.5. 2016 the High court in Prague extended the remand. Therefore the anarchist has decided to protest by going on hunger strike and has stopped taking in nutrition and liquids. This type of hunger strike threatens the life of the hunger striker after a week.
During the year long investigation of the preparation of a supposed terrorist attack the imprisoned anarchist has exhausted all legal options, to achieve objective procedure of the respective organs active in the criminal proceedings. None of them were taken into account. This is why he now chose this radical form of expression, to draw attention to this manipulated police case. ” I consider the approach of the investigators and the police to be very problematic, it is a threat to the freedom of every human being, a threat to freedom of speech, a threat to activism that tries to lead to a better world , and this doesn’t just involve anarchists.” (more…)
Thursday, May 26th, 2016
Newly translated interesting communique via actforfree:
Taking responsibility for the attack in the shopping centre Mall on January 2013 – Athens – Greece
It was more than expected that the choice of that specific target would give plenty of “food” for slander on the State’s side. Did the terrorists want victims? Was their aim to terrorise society? And what did they succeed in doing, what was the point of all this? What ethic and what values can these people have in order to hit a mall, yes indeed a mall! They put little kids in danger?
Anyhow, we were always from the other side… and our question is, which frayed values and what misled ethic tolerates the existence of monstrosities like Malls? The target of course is presented as an organised recreation space for shopping, wandering around and tasteless entertainment. A small oasis in the modern nightmare. But is that really what it is? (more…)
Join international days of solidarity with Russian anarchist and antifascist prisoners 1st to 10th July, 2016
Sunday, May 15th, 2016
When mass civil protests in Russia were defeated in 2011-12 the Putinist police regime started open political repressions against militants of social and political movements, including anarchists and antifascists. Many activists have been sentenced to prison terms in the course of the last 5 years in Russia.
We call on comrades from the whole world to show solidarity with Russian anarchists and antifascists – prisoners of the Putinist police state, and distribute information about the international solidarity decade as widely as possible, maybe organise an event in your own town.
It could be an info-party where letters could be written, a film show, a fund-raising event, a benefit gig, a protest action at the Russian embassy in your own country, a solidarity action – only your fantasy is the limit. (more…)
Friday, May 13th, 2016
For June 11th, 2015, we emphasized transition in the struggle and in the lives of the prisoners we support. This year we’re focusing on a different kind of transition: the restructuring of the prison system and thus doubling down on opposition to Maximum Security, isolation, and Communications Management Units. High-security facilities are not new: for example, Communications Management Units isolated Daniel McGowan and Andy Stepanian for years. But now we are at a new juncture: there is both a fresh focus on the part of the authorities reorganizing prisons to maximize repression against long-term and combative prisoners, while simultaneously cutting costs. In response there has been a wave of resistance and revolt–in the streets and in the prisons. As this wave spreads organically, we feel impelled to contribute in support of our imprisoned friends and comrades.
Around the world, repression intensifies against anarchists, their comrades, and their families. The left-wing SYRIZA government in Greece continues the isolation of rebellious prisoners in the C-type maximum security prisons. The Spanish state attempts to criminalize anarchist solidarity through an “anti-terrorist” spectacle of raids, arrests, and show trials. Anarchists from Santiago to Kansas City face decades in prison for choosing the path of revolt and for their refusal to bow before pressure from the state. Everywhere we look: the state’s jaws clamp down on rebellion. (more…)
Sunday, May 1st, 2016
Repression against those who oppose Fennovoima-Rosatom nuclear power plant project continues: and it’s getting worse and worse. On Friday 29.4. two protest camp sites got evicted at Pyhäjoki, Finland. Police operations were, on Finnish scale, massive.
Not big. Massive. Present were roughly 20 police vans, officers in riot gear, border patrol’s helicopter, sections from both national SWAT teams, dog units and specially equipped riot vans. Police declared the eviction of both camp sites by presenting a legally vague, written police order without even specified locations of the camp sites or other information. Just an order to leave and a declaration that police will arrest everyone “under the police law” it considers to “be connected to the locations” or “able to disrupt public order”.
The majority of the protest campers and Reclaim the Cape-action week participants grouped up and vanished into the forests without negotiating with the police.
As we speak, both sites are being emptied of infrastructure and belongings. Comrades are being searched and picked from the woods. Those been detained are being helped and awaited outside the cells. New campsite is under construction, but not public. (more…)
Tags: 'Stop Fennovoima camp', Anti-Nuclear, Ecological Destruction, Eviction, Fennovoima, Finland, Fuck the Mainstream Media, Fuck the Police, International Solidarity, Pyhäjoki, Repression
Posted in Eco Struggle
7 May : Transnational Day of Solidarity with People in Detention + Protest against Detention Centres
Tuesday, April 26th, 2016
The last few years have seen an immense rise in protests inside and outside of detention centres. On Saturday May 7th, simultaneous demonstrations will be held around the UK and beyond, to protest against the existence of immigration detention centres and show solidarity with the 30,000 adults and children who are being detained against their will under the Immigration Act every year in the UK – without judicial oversight, a time limit, or adequate access to legal support, translation, and healthcare. We will come together with people inside detention to demand the closure of all detention centres and an end to border and migration controls!
May 7th is part of a wider transnational campaign to shut down detention centres and end the inherently abusive and violent system of immigration detention that criminalises, detains, and imprisons people simply because they have chosen or been forced to migrate. Actions also take place in solidarity with wider struggles against borders and migration controls and with people who are living in detention without walls, from Calais to Idomeni. So far actions have been planned across the UK and in The Netherlands, Germany, Belgium and Iceland. (more…)
Tags: Anti-Fascist, Demo, France, G4S, GEO, Germany, Holland, Iceland, International Day of Solidarity with People in Detention, International Solidarity, Migrant Struggle, Racism, Serco, Sweden, UK
Posted in No Borders
Lesvos: Incendiary call to action against Frontex and all parts of the European deportation machinery (Greece)
Monday, April 4th, 2016
Today, on the island of Lesvos, Greece, where the weather is at its best day since 2016, the deportation machine to send refugees back to Turkey has started. This morning a ferry left to Turkey with a couple of hundred refugees on board, this afternoon the same will happen, and this will repeat itself from now on.
Frontex has started sending our comrades back to hell…
OUR HEARTS ARE ON FIRE!
We beg the worldwide anarchist movement to seek revenge! Let’s start to burn down Frontex, police, military and all those in power!!!
Let’s burn the deportation machine down!
Saturday, March 26th, 2016
Bomba de ruido en visita nocturna a sede de la UDI.
Madrugada del 23 de Marzo – Santiago
Cuando nos declaramos a viva voz enemigxs de la dominación, contrarixs a la forma de vida impuesta vigilada y controlada por el poder, es una obligación aportar en aquel camino elegido, aportar desde la multiformidad de la acción directa en pos de la lucha. Es así como queremos vivir y lo demostramos con acción antagónica, diciéndole a las policías, al poder. Aquí estamos, existimos, no nos rendimos. Multiplicaremos nuestro accionar, lo potenciaremos, para atacar cuando menos se lo esperen. (more…)
Tags: Arson, Burning Barricades, Célula por el Incendio Javier Recabarren, Chile, Claudia López, Francisco Solar, Freddy Fuentevilla Saa, International Solidarity, Javier Recabarren, Jhonny Cariqueo, Juan Aliste Vega, Lambros Foundas, Marcelo Villarroel Sepúlveda, Mauricio Morales, Monica Caballero, Santiago, Sebastián Oversluij Seguel
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War against AKP-ISIS/Daesh: Solidarity initiative for the rebuilding of Cizre, Sur and Silopi (Kurdistan)
Tuesday, March 22nd, 2016
We are women from the Women’s Peace Initiative in Turkey. We are concerned about the fate of families who have been displaced as a result of the destruction caused by the Turkish Armed Forces in towns in the Kurdish region in their drive to oust the Kurdish militia. We are asking you for support to rebuild the lives of those displaced by this war.
Over the last three months 21 neighbourhoods in 7 towns of the Kurdish region in the Southeast of Turkey have been under curfew and have sustained devastation that can only be compared to that of Dresden during WWII or, more recently, Kobanê in Northern Syria.
Human rights organizations and political parties active in the region maintain that 274 people have been killed in Cizre since July 2015. 167 of these were bombed, burned and dismembered in basements they had taken refuge in. In Silopi, a border town between Iraq and Turkey, 42 people have lost their lives since July 2015. More than 30 people lost their lives in the Sur district of Diyarbakır – only in this latest curfew that has been in place over more than 95 days. Among those killed are six-month-old babies and 71-year-old men and women – this has been documented numerous times, dispelling allegations that all are combatants. (more…)
Monday, March 21st, 2016
via ABC Brighton:
We are concerned about Mumia’s deteriorating health, as has been witnessed in recent weeks by his visiting doctor, clergy, counselors, teachers, family and friends. Evidence of intensifying Hepatitis C symptoms and possible development of the diabetes that nearly killed him a year ago calls for immediate and appropriate treatment. We, therefore, urge you to:
1. Immediate provision to Mumia of anti-viral treatment to cure his Hepatitis C condition that is, as his doctor testified in court, the persistent cause of worsening skin disease, almost certain liver damage, now extreme weight-gain and hunger, and other diabetic-like conditions.
2. Immediate release of all recent blood test results to Mumia’s attorneys.
3. Vigilant monitoring of Mumia for signs of diabetes, especially of his blood sugar level, since a diabetes attack nearly killed Mumia last Spring of 2015.
PHONE, FAX, AND E-MAIL THESE DEMANDS TO:
PA GOVERNOR, TOM WOLF
Phone: (010) 717 787 2500
Fax: (010) 717 772 8284
Pa Department of Corrections, Secretary, John Wetzel
Phone: (010) 717 728 2573, (010) 717 787 2500
MAHANOY PRISON, SUPERINTENDENT, Theresa DelBalso
Phone: (010) 570 773 2158
(You have to be transferred to her secretary, and she refuses to give out the fax number or e-mail for the Superintendent. Not surprising, given that this new superintendent has a very heavy military background.)
Sponsored by: International Concerned Family and Friends of Mumia Abu-Jamal, MOVE, Educators for Mumia, Free Mumia Abu-Jamal Coalition (NYC), Campaign to Bring Mumia Home, International Action Center.
Mumia Abu-Jamal Files Suit Over Refusal Of Medical Care
Attorneys for Mumia Abu-Jamal filed an amended lawsuit yesterday to challenge prison medical staff’s denial of necessary medical treatment – denial that nearly killed Abu-Jamal earlier this year. (more…)
Montreal: Arson attack at a luxury car dealership in solidarity with imprisoned members of CCF & Revolutionary Struggle (Canada)
Tuesday, March 15th, 2016
Anonymous submission to MTL Counter-info
A car dealership near Côtes-des-Neiges was attacked using incendiary devices causing damage to luxury vehicles in the honor of the courageous imprisoned comrades of the Conspiracy of Cells of Fire and of Revolutionary Struggle.
Solidarity means attack.
Long live anarchy.
A thousand years to the Black International
Tags: Arson, Black International of Anarchists of Praxis, Canada, Car Burning, Conspiracy of Cells of Fire, Côtes-des-Neiges, International Solidarity, Montreal, Revolutionary Struggle
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Brigada de la Muerte FAI/FRI – Reivindicación de amenaza a párroco de iglesia Los Sacramentinos (Chile)
Tuesday, March 15th, 2016
Reivindicación de amenaza a párroco de iglesia Los Sacramentinos
La iglesia y sus mutaciones a lo largo de la historia ha logrado prevalecer como símbolo y ejecutante de poder en el mundo, con pequeñas reinversiones han logrado que su moral y divina autoridad sigan siendo legitimas, permaneciendo así como forma de control para la humanidad. La sangre derramada por la inquisición en su época es reemplazada hoy por cánones morales, rutinas de comportamiento que no son más que el reflejo de una sociedad enferma. Heteronormatividad, supremacía del hombre por sobre todo, monarquías, justificación de la explotación humana y animal, vicios como machismo, pedofilia, el poder llevado a la escala más pequeña, la imbecilidad legitimada en más imbecilidad, y por supuesto no podría estar ausente el castigo más “duro” al que se puede someter a un bastardo pederasta: Una vida de oración.
A lo largo de la historia la iglesia siempre ha sido un blanco de ataque para quienes luchan contra el poder. No podemos olvidar como Mateo Morral atentó contra los reyes católicos en el año 1906. Acá en Chile el ataque tampoco ha sido la excepción, en el año 1915 el poder montó una cacería contra compañerxs anarquistas tratando de buscar a los responsables de ataques dinamiteros contra conventos religiosos. La Brigada de la Muerte en la España de 1936 saqueaba iglesias, profanaban tumbas de sacerdotes y asesinaban a los que se mantenían vivos por salvaguardar el fascismo en pequeños pueblos.
En la actualidad en Chile estas acciones han continuado, distintos células insurreccionales han bombardeado iglesias con cargas explosivas e incendiarias. Hasta en protestas han sido blanco de ataques, por ejemplo: La Iglesia de la Gratitud Nacional ubicada en plena Alameda. Su puerta principal fue incendiada por insurrectxs en una manifestación el 25 de agosto del año 2011. Esta nuevamente vio las llamas el 23 de mayo del año 2015 en la conmemoración por la muerte del anarquista Mauricio Morales, y días después, el 28 de mayo -nuevamente en una manifestación- sus puertas fueron alimentadas por el fuego anarquista.
Sin más, mediante este correo electrónico reivindicamos el envío de una carta a Rafael Cáceres Olave, párroco de la iglesia Los Sacramentinos en los días previos al juicio que enfrentaban lxs anarquistas Mónica Caballero y Francisco Solar en España acusadxs de distintas explosiones en iglesias adjudicadas por el Comando Insurreccional Mateo Morral. La carta contenía un mensaje por nuestrxs compañerxs y balas. Elegimos a este sujeto por ser párroco de la iglesia a la que Mónica había sido acusada de atentar en el denominado Caso Bombas en Chile.
El incendio, el ataque, la amenaza contra cualquier representante de la iglesia y el poder esta plenamente justificada. Tenemos las armas y nuestra voluntad para atentar contra ellxs. Sus días de jolgorio han acabado.
Derribando su historia, falsa moral, poder y autoridad…
Nos erigimos y gritamos fuerte:
¡Mónica Caballero y Francisco Solar a la kalle!
¡Muerte al estado/capital/iglesia y que viva la anarquía!
Brigada de la Muerte FAI/FRI
Tags: Brigada de la Muerte FAI/FRI, Chile, Francisco Solar, Fuck the Church, Informal Anarchist Federation (FAI), Insurrectionalist Commando Mateo Morral, International Revolutionary Front, International Solidarity, Mauricio Morales, Monica Caballero, Santiago
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Porto Alegre: Arson attack against a Santander bank in solidarity with Monica, Francisco & CCF (Brazil)
Sunday, March 13th, 2016
On the night of March 9, we placed an incendiary device at the Santander bank branch on Ramiro Barcelos street. Our incentive to conspire and then carry out the attack was solidarity and complicity with anarchists behind bars who endure days and days of incarceration but still hold their heads high, proud of their ideas and convictions.
In response to the call for solidarity with the compas Monica Caballero and Francisco Solar we organized ourselves so that our desire to express solidarity became a fire to reach the companeros who are facing a trial in which they face 44 years in prison, accused of terrorism and particularly an attack on the Basilica of the Pillar in Barcelona.
There are many reasons and motives to attack Santander Bank. For example, besides being representatives of the Spanish state (who have kidnapped our companeros), in this territory they were the administrators of Augustus Pinochet’s money following the military dictatorship in Chile. In the end, these facts are only details that enhance our anger… Any banking institution that tries to hide their genocidal intentions with ‘cultural projects’ or other pseudo-humanist terms are representatives of a system that only inspires our disgust.
Branches of Santander Bank have been attacked twice in recent days in Santiago, Chile and in Buenos Aires. The two attacks were carried out in solidarity with Monica and Francisco. This silent, instinctive coordination of solidarity not only causes a great inconvenience to normal life at different points in the world, but also strengthens our ties, making it clear there are no borders and that we do not need leaders or vertical structures to attack several bars in the same cage.
With this solidarity action for Monica and Francisco, we also send greetings to the Conspiracy of Cells of Fire compas and their families who are also facing another trial against them. Their strength inspires us every day to walk looking for the fire to illuminate the darkness.
Down with the prison walls.
Incendiary solidarity with Monica and Francisco
For the proliferation of the groups of attacks. The beauty of solidarity is the complicity.
Long live anarchy!
– via insurrectionnews.
Tags: Aggeliki Spyropoulou, Arson, Brazil, CCF Escape case, Conspiracy of Cells of Fire, Francisco Solar, International Solidarity, Monica Caballero, Porto Alegre, Santander Bank
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Santiago: Noise bomb detonated outside highway management company Vespucio Sur building in Santiago by FAI-FRI / Bomba de ruido contra empresa consecionaria de autopistas (Chile)
Sunday, March 13th, 2016
English translation via insurrectionnews:
“This silent, instinctive coordination of solidarity not only causes a great inconvenience to normal life at different points in the world, but also strengthens our ties, making it clear there are no borders and that we do not need leaders or vertical structures to attack several bars in the same cage.”
Words from compas in Brazil claiming an arson attack in solidarity with Monica Caballero and Francisco Solar
Early on Saturday March 12, we detonated a noise bomb outside the ‘Vespucio Sur’ highway management building in the city of Santiago. We decided to make our objective clear and carry out the action at a time when the area was free of passers-by because we do not consider it desirable to harm people who have nothing to do with the targets of our attacks.
We do not consider the struggle against civilization to be distinct or external to the struggle against all forms of authority. We identified the highway management companies as being important arteries that gives life to the network of domination, facilitating the advancement of civilization and enriching themselves via the imposition of an urbanism that is servile to the interests of power.
Both the present and past history show us that the germ that leads to authority has also developed in communities that existed prior to civilization and has also manifested itself in groups that have remained outside or against civilization. That is why our struggle is essentially ANTI-AUTHORITARIAN. This is why we feel it is important to distance ourselves from the self-proclaimed ‘eco-extremist tendency’ that has defended the indiscriminate attack that is contrary to the idea of being ‘against all authority’ and denounces international solidarity with imprisoned companeros who are related in word and deed to insurrectionary anarchy. Such ideas are neither an ‘evolution’ or ‘more radical’ but are in fact quite the opposite. We have no interest in engaging in virtual polemics with them, we prefer dialogue with our companeros via action.
Our companeros are those who position themselves in their lives and through their actions as enemies of all forms of domination and put into practice their solidarity with companeros who remain dignified and combative even inside the cages of power.
…Companeros like Monica Caballero and Francisco Solar, who have elevated our insurgent spirits with their serene and defiant attitude before the Spanish courts. The international solidarity will not end once the trial is over!
…Companeros like Javier Recabarren, a young anarchist insurgent who died after being hit by a bus in March 2015.
…Companeros like Sole and Baleno who were found dead in the cells of the Italian state on March 28, 1998.
…Companeros like Jonny Cariqueo, a young anarchist who died from the beatings by police officers who arrested him after the Day of the Young Combatants demonstration on March 29, 2008 in the Pudahel district.
…Companeros like Joaquin Garcia who on March 09 injured Alvaro Corvalan, former chief intelligence officer of the dictatorship with a blow to the face inside the maximum security prison.
…Companeros like the irreducible anarchists of the Conspiracy of Cells of Fire who are currently facing trial for their attempted prison escape.
With our companeros we will continue to strengthen our actions and sharpen our ideas.
Following in the footsteps of Severino, Lambros Foundas and Mauricio Morales…to multiply anarchic / anti-authoritarian cells of multifaceted action!
Against all leaders.
Against civilization and all forms of authority.
DEATH TO THE STATE AND LONG LIVE ANARCHY!
Cell of Individualists and Anarchic Nihilists for Anti-authoritarian Insurrection
Informal Anarchist Federation / International Revolutionary Front
“Esta coordinación silenciosa, instintiva y solidaria no solo provoca un incomodo en la vida normalizada de distintos puntos del mundo, sino que fortalece nuestros lazos que dejan claro que no existen fronteras, que no necesitamos cabecillas ni estructuras verticales para atacar varias rejas de la misma jaula”.
Palabras de compas de Brasil reivindicando ataque incendiario en solidaridad con Mónica Caballero y Francisco Solar
La madrugada del sábado 12 de marzo detonamos una bomba de ruido en las afueras de la empresa concesionaria de la autopista “Vespucio Sur”, ciudad de Santiago. Decidimos actuar en un horario libre de transeuntes para dejar claro nuestro objetivo y porque no consideramos un acto sublime el dañar a personas que no tienen que ver con los objetivos de nuestro ataque.
No concebimos la lucha contra la civilización como algo distinto o externo a la lucha contra toda forma de autoridad. Identificamos a las empresas administradoras de autopistas como una hebra importante del tejido que da vida a la red de la dominación, facilitando el avance de la civilización y enriqueciendose con la imposición de un urbanismo servil a los intereses del poder.
La historia, el pasado y el presente nos muestran que el germen y ejercicio de la autoridad también se ha desarrollado en comunidades que han existido antes de la vida civilizada y tambien se ha manifestado y manifiesta en grupos que se han mantenido fuera o en contra de la civilización. Por eso nuestra lucha es esencialmente ANTIAUTORITARIA. Esto nos obliga a marcar una importante distancia con una autodenominada “tendencia eco-extremista” que ha defendido el ataque indiscriminado, se desmarca de la idea de estar “contra toda autoridad” y reniega de la solidaridad internacional con compañerxs presxs afines en palabra y acción con la anarquía insurreccional. Tales ideas no son para nosostrxs una “evolución” o “algo más radical” sino todo lo contrario. No nos interesa levantar polémicas virtuales con ellxs, preferimos dialogar con nuestrxs compañerxs a través de la acción.
Nuestrxs compañerxs son quienes se posicionan en su vida y en sus actos como enemigxs de toda forma de dominación y ponen en práctica la solidaridad con lxs compañerxs que se mantienen dignxs y en pie de guerra aun estando en las jaulas del poder.
…Compañerxs como Mónica Caballero y Francisco Solar, quienes han elevado nuestro espíritu insurrecto con su serena y desafiante actitud ante los tribunales españoles. Que la solidaridad internacional no cese una vez terminado el juicio!
…Compañerxs como Javier Recabarren, pequeño insurrecto afín a la anarquía muerto en marzo de 2015 al ser atropellado por un bus.
…Compañerxs como Sole y Baleno, quien fue encontrado muerto en una celda del Estado Italiano el 28 de marzo de 1998.
…Compañerxs como Jonny Cariqueo, joven anarquista muerto tras las golpizas de policías que lo detuvieron luego de una marcha por el Día del Joven Combatiente el 29 de marzo de 2008 en la comuna de Pudahuel.
…Compañerxs como Joaquín García, quien el 09 de marzo hirió con un golpe en el rostro al ex jefe de inteligencia de la dictadura Álvaro Corvalán en la prisión de máxima seguridad.
…Compañerxs como lxs irructibles anarquistas de la Conspiración de Células del Feugo, que en estos días enfrentan el juicio por su intento de fuga.
Con nuestrxs compañerxs, seguiremos fortaleciendo nuestro accionar y afilando nuestras ideas.
…En la senda de Severino, Lambros Foundas y Mauricio Morales… ¡A multiplicar las células anárquicas/antiautoritarias de acción multiforme!
Contra todos los jefes.
Contra la civilización y toda forma de autoridad.
¡MUERTE AL ESTADO Y VIVA LA ANARQUÍA!
Célula de Individualistas y Nihilistas Anárquicxs por la Insurrección Antiautoritaria.
Federación Anarquista Informal/Frente Revolucionario Internacional (FAI/FRI)
Tags: Célula de Individualistas y Nihilistas Anárquicxs por la Insurrección Antiautoritaria / FAI-FRI, Chile, Conspiracy of Cells of Fire, Francisco Solar, Informal Anarchist Federation (FAI), International Revolutionary Front, International Solidarity, Javier Recabarren, Joaquin Garcia, Monica Caballero, Santiago
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