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Isère, France: 12 Vehicles & Construction Machines of Prisons Collaborator Eiffage Torched in Saint-Martin-d’Hères
Wednesday, October 10th, 2018
08.10.18: Tonight, we set fire to a dozen Eiffage vehicles and construction machines because this company plays a fundamental role in our prison society.
Eiffage is involved in the producing spaces of constraint and control. They put their claws on most devices within the large invisible cage we live in. Schools, workplaces, housing, courts, hospitals (psychiatric and other), retirement homes, barracks, stadiums and public spaces are all bars that keep us in capitivity.
But if Eiffage is the object or our hatred and vengeful action, it is also, and above all, because they provide the material structure necessary for the punishment industry: prisons, detention centers and juvenile correctional facilities.
The government’s new ‘prison plan’ will soon add 7000 more places to the hell of penitentiary survival.
Proud to appear as a specialist, Eiffage will still make some profitable business. Furiously opposed to all prisons, last night we let them know that we have declared war.
We welcome all the attacks against the mechanics of confinement.
We admire the insubordination that bursts from inside the jails: refusals to return from exercise, hunger strikes, cell destruction, attacks against guards and escapes.
We salute the revolts on the ‘outside’ such as the recent arson attacks against the vehicles of prison guards and the SPIP (French Prison Services).
Also located in this relative exterior- but for how much longer? -We try to remain on the offensive against all who plan, produce and administer prisons.
To all the mutineers,
Rage and courage to destroy our cages!