Posts Tagged ‘Transantiago’
Thursday, April 16th, 2020
31 March 2020
12 years after the death of Jonny Cariqueo Yáñez, who was assassinated on March 31 by a heart attack caused by a strong beating by the repressive forces of the State of $hile, during his arrest in a police hunt that March 29, 2008 in the commune of Pudahuel.
On the afternoon of March 31 of this year, a few hours from the curfew, we abandoned an homemade incendiary device on a Transantiago bus, for it to catch fire in or near its terminal, in one of the peripheries from the city.
This is an attack on the cruel and bloody machinery that governs civic life, against amnesia, passivity and inertia, attitudes which we reject, even in times of sanitary protection, since the war continues. The political-social-economic crisis that was being experienced in the country, which has been enhanced with the current world health crisis, shows us, once again, the clear interests and priorities of power in preserving the pockets of the rich and their companies rather than looking after the well-being of the common people, the poor people, the people marginalized and hostages of the police state. So we insist on breaking with the tranquility that seeks and promotes power. (more…)
Tags: Anti-Prison, Arson, Chile, Coronavirus, Day of the Young Combatant, International Solidarity, Javier Recabarren, Jonny Cariqueo, Norma Vergara, Santiago, Solidarity Action, Transantiago
Posted in Direct Action
Incendiary Attacks Against Transantiago Bus and Armed Attacks Against Carabineros in Santiago, Chile
Wednesday, August 21st, 2019
Communiqué received together with the photos on 08/16/2019:
I. Street fight in confluence with the new urban guerrilla
As groups, we use revolutionary violence to make visible the obvious contradictions that the systemic and changing operation of capital implies, depending on the State that legitimizes it as the social order of the day.
Each gear justifies the next and is consolidated as a structure under the protection of a judicial apparatus that condemns many to misery, softens abuses and violations of priests condemned to a life of confinement in palaces, and forgives tax crimes within the reach of 1% of Chilean citizens that conserve 26.5% of the wealth; an executive power in charge of justifying and accelerating the measures that favor the wealthy and thirsty group of tyranny that is on duty; a legislative power in charge of discussing among its caste the daily evolution of millions of people… and always protecting their privileged status in power. (more…)
Tags: Antagonist Cells of the New Urban Guerrilla, Antagonistic Nuclei of the New Urban Guerrilla, Arson, Attentat, Chile, Chilectra, Erick Rodríguez, Forces for the Overflow of Civilization, Heather Heyer, Herminia Concha, Insurrectional Column “Ira and Complot” - FAI / FRI, Iván Palacios, Javier Recabarren, Juan Aliste Vega, Karr-kai cell / Antagonist Cores of the New Urban Guerrilla, Kevin Garrido, Marcelo Villarroel Sepúlveda, Michele Angiolillo, Mikhail Zhlobitsky, Sabotage, Santiago, Santiago Maldonado, Sebastián Oversluij, Sebastián Oversluij Seguel, Transantiago
Posted in Direct Action
Thursday, August 25th, 2016
English translation via InsurrectionNews. Full pictures for the schematics of the fuse and incendiary device on ContraInfo.
To the anarchists of praxis
To the prisoners and fugitives of the social war
On the night of August 18 we activated an incendiary device during the journey of the 110 Transantiago bus in the neighborhood of Maipú. We do not whether our handcrafted ingenuity was a success or not as the action was silenced by the media.
We carried out this action in accordance with our ideas, principles and convictions. We seek to attack the service that transports thousands of people that reproduce the gears of the capitalist system. This service is one more cog, one that is destroying the earth and is complicit in the death of human and animal comrades. Our action damages the machinery of the social order, the law, its guardians, civilization and power.
Against all odds, when times are tough, we do not immobilize ourselves and continue to attack. We are not indifferent to the political prisoners, nor to the solidarity campaigns that arise for them, despite the various onslaughts of power. For our prisoners, fugitives and fallen we continue unabated. (more…)