Saturday, March 12, 2011

Santiago: Third March in Solidarity with the Hunger Strikers( CHILI)

“Freedom to All Political Prisoners, End to the Anti-Terrorist Law”
Today (March 9th) was the 3rd march in solidarity with our imprisoned compañerxs and their ongoing (17 days) hunger strike. The march was under more repressive circumstances than the first two marches, where before there was undercover cops filming and videotaping the demonstration, while at the second one there was a great display of carabineros (Chilean police) and special forces, today the police were looking to exemplify all the power that lies in their uniforms.
The new displays of violence arrived in the street via the guardians of order. When the police are motivated by something as absurd as a salary: things turn out as they should: absurdly. They intended to fence in the permiter of the Plaza de Armas, escorted by police cars. They wanted to stop the march from passing through a heavily trafficked area (both pedestrian and vehicle), as previous marches had taken that route before. Their intention was to stop the spread of the news of our compañerxs to the center. Nevertheless, we were very please to see that each time, more and more diverse groups of people, mobilize for the freedom of the imprisoned comrades from the 14th of August.
At the end of the march, the police began to hunt down those participating in the march. There were eight arrests (six men, two women), and although six were to be released pending a decision to do with the other two (which according to police one had a knife and the other marijuana paraphernalia) but at the end of the day decided to hold them based on participating in a demonstration in solidarity with the accused in the “Bombs Case”, sending them all to “detention control” tomorrow.
Most detainees are comrades who were supporting the movement with the Tinku (radical dance team) who not only were arrested, assaulted, and circled in by special forces but all their movements were recorded by undercover agents, police, and those special forces with the clear aim of intimidating them. Even as they danced, they were threatened by police, who warned them they would be detained. We call for solidarity with them tomorrow during their hearing at the justice center at 11:00 hrs.

The threat of their jails does not silence us, but instead makes our screams stronger.

“This reality can not contain our dreams…to destroy.”

“Do not believe what they tell you” “The Bombs Case is a montage” “Freedom for the prisoners of August 14th!!!”

“For the end of the montage, Bombs Case.” “Prisoners in Hunger Strike”

“Solidarity is a weapon, load it and shoot it”

“Prisoners to the Street!”

“Fire to All the Prisons!”

“With fire and scandal, to all the jails until the last wall, judge, and cop, and the last of all their friends are destroyed…”
“Prisoners in Hunger Strike…to the Street NOW!!!”

“Freedom for Monika Caballero” “Imprisoned by the State on August 14th” “Freedom for all Political Prisoners of the 14th of August” “To the street-to the street-to the street”

Statement from Mónika Caballero Anarchist Political Prisoner Santiasko, $hile

Dear Comrades:
It has almost been two weeks since we began the hunger strike, yet I did not have to wait for your solidarity, and your beautiful gestures have cast light into these dismal halls.
The traps of the persecutors are made to break or mold their own laws in order to create “new figures”. The decisions that will come into effect the 16th of March share these same characteristics, those accused in the “Caso Bombas” may face new charges (the best excuse to prolong preventative detention.) Their pranks do not surprise us, for the prosecutor needs more time to prove the untenable: an illicit association amongst people who do not relate in a hierarchical manner. Have no doubt… this is a political trial. Today, just like before, anti-authoritarian ideas send chills down the spineless backs of those who love the law, so it is of utmost importance to propagate the ideas and encourage the different struggles that aim for the destruction of domination.
The road is complex, the enemy mocks using the filthiest tricks possible: from preventing the drinking of water to laughing during every checkup, but it does not matter, because for each one of their attacks my skin becomes even harder still.
I send a strong embrace to my known comrades (and those I don’t know), to all the restless and unmanageable bodies and minds in every latitude: make sure that the hunt never ends.

Thanks to those of you who filled the halls and street with light!!!

Political prisoners from Aug. 14 on hunger strike to the streets!!!


Mónika Caballero,
Anarchist Political Prisoner
Santiasko, $hile, CPF, SEAS

translated from:

Friday, March 11, 2011

Solidarity from Iquique -south of Peru -north of $hile.

From Iquique we send brotherly greetings to our imprisoned comrades, to which we dedicate the murals we painted today. For us, this is both encouraging and also shares information about your situation. We consider it primordial to pass from discourse into action. To make solidarity a weapon in the struggle. Don’t let it be left and done under a stupid democracy that grants us only present and future misery, manufactured and blotted past.
Today we created double murals. The people who walked through and around the rich little beach here commented on our gloomy pictures, and this is already something, this is something different than supporting the social peace which is actually just accepting the shit and organized crime, the ability of the rich to live free at our expense. Moreover, we are locked up if we do not like the peace based upon cowardice and shit. Even though the media operates complicity with the politicians, entrepreneurs, and police, all of them terrorists, there still are mediums which exist beyond their control; murals for example. So we encourage the protest threefold; through counter information, anti-authoritarian practice, and self organization, for we don’t only crave anarchy, we live it.
For the freedom of all prisoners, those on both sides of the walls!
Stop the montage!
Stop the lies!
Prisoners at war to the streets!
Health and anarchy!
Sindicate No. 1 from la Plaza Salomé González Ñanculao
Muralist Column Sixto Rojas
Iquique, south of Peru -north of $hile.

CARI-PGG claim responsibility for mailing package-bombs to prison wardens in Mexico

CARI-PGG claim responsibility for mailing package-bombs to prison wardens in Mexico

From Culmine (March 8, 2011): this is our job
During the week of February 22 to 27, we mailed two package-bombs addressed to the wardens of two prisons: the Northern Preventive Prison for Men and the Psychosocial Rehabilitation Center for Men (CEVAREPSI), both in Mexico City. Of course, the action was censored and suppressed. These packages contained a few variations compared to those previously sent to the Chilean embassy. A capsule filled with a small quantity of ammonium nitrate was added, and other technical aspects of the detonation were changed. This action is part of a countercampaign directed against the Mexico City Government’s (GDF) campaign to recruit citizens as prison guards. The packages were prepared with a larger quantity of explosive material, because this time we didn’t need to show any consideration for whoever opened them, given that everyone constituting the prison system is an accomplice to the tortures inflicted on prisoners. We are obviously referring to guards, wardens, and repressive tactical units, but also to doctors who supposedly do humanitarian work yet deliberately act in complicity with the state. In addition, the packages were made with greater precision in order to prevent accidental detonation.
On this occasion, we decided to address two types of prisons that hold human beings.
These sickening institutions have been around for hundreds of years and have NEVER managed to resolve ANYTHING.
As well as demeaning people, these horrid death camps subjugate them, torture them, degrade them, and treat them as if they were the foulest trash in existence. And if they’re lucky, a select few are able to walk away with their spirit and dignity intact, although traces of prison linger in the memory forever.
Many of our comrades are being held captive there right now, and many of you reading this communiqué must also have loved ones trapped in these terrible places. Maybe they’re innocent, or maybe they’re actually responsible for the acts they’re accused of. Ultimately, we all know that the vast majority of “crimes” committed are the result of this system, which tries to convince us that political and (especially) economic power will bring us happiness.
We’re fed up with a group of useless bureaucrats—whose judgments lead them to decadence and wealth—deciding who deserves to be free and who doesn’t.
And we’re not just talking about prisons with bars, but also prisons where rubber rooms, non-stop medication, electroshocks, and negligence are an everyday feature.
We also want to talk about these places, intentionally forgotten by society.
Mexico currently has 2.7 psychiatrists for every 100,000 inhabitants and dedicates 0.85% of its budget to mental health. Is that enough? Of course not.
Our intention is not to defend those who clearly can’t defend themselves due to their being strapped to a hospital bed, or inappropriately and unnecessarily medicated for 24 hours a day just to keep them out of trouble. No, our intention is to make everyone think about the reality experienced by thousands of people who are voiceless, or who don’t count because they’re “crazy.”
These people are also imprisoned, just because they’re depressed, because they don’t think like everyone else, because they view themselves differently, or simply because they don’t accept this absurd reality.
It’s necessary to fight these places, which obliterate minds and are just as abnormal as other prisons. But many people don’t realize this. Perhaps it’s simply because they or someone close to them aren’t suffering there, so it doesn’t directly affect them. Or maybe they think these very delicate issues are not their responsibility.
But this is reality, and it’s an error we keep repeating, dragging it behind us for so many years, yet another mistake weighing on our backs.
Yet if we all know it serves absolutely no purpose whatsoever, why do we allow it to continue?
Which is really another way of asking: Who has the right to deprive us of our liberty?
Who empowered them to judge our lives?
We think it’s important to reflect on whether prisons really serve us or whether they are used only to instill the fear of being inside them, and examine whether the terror they sow is of any use to us. Either be rewarded for being a “normal, exemplary citizen” and obeying all the orders you’re given, or be punished: “If you misbehave, you’ll go straight to prison.” But in actuality, any behavior outside the parameters of “normal” is considered bad behavior and deserving of punishment.
That’s all. You must always be afraid of (and respectful toward) authority and expect the worst from everything that appears evil. But you should know this: Going to prison or going crazy are the worst things that can happen to you in life, and society will then either brand you a criminal or a pitiful lunatic for the rest of your days.
We don’t want to allow such institutions to continue existing. We can’t allow it. That’s why we firmly believe they should burn alongside those who keep them functioning.
Everyone pays eventually. For so many years, these people have been responsible for cutting our experiences short, overturning our lives at will, and murdering our freedom. They should pay as much or even more than those who are suffering in prison, just so they feel for themselves what it means to be a prisoner of this lethal system.
They absolutely must burn, not just with fire spread by our hands, but also with fires started by others.
There’s no shortage of fire and dynamite. All that’s missing are more hands with the courage to use them. And there are plenty of things out there that need to be destroyed.
Until they all burn!
Extreme violence will topple what extreme violence sustains!!
In memory of  Xosé Tarrío and everyone murdered by prison society!!!
Solidarity with the prisoners of the Chilean state, Yiannis Dimitrakis, Gabriel Pombo da Silva, Marco Camenisch, and everyone imprisoned in the state’s death camps!!
Evolution requires freedom, and we cannot be free if we are not rebellious. . . . You must arm yourself, not with a useless vote that will only ever be worth as much as the tyrant allows, but with shrewdly effective weapons, whose use will lead to dynamic evolution instead of the regression advocated by pacifist fighters.
Never be passive! Rebellion, now and forever.
—Práxedis Gilberto Guerrero, revolutionary anarchist who died in combat on December 30, 1910 in Janos, Chihuahua, Mexico
At war with the state and prison society.
—Práxedis G. Guerrero Autonomous Cells for Immediate Revolution

Thursday, March 10, 2011

10.03.2010, Lambros Fountas: Our Tribute is to Continue the Struggle-Nachruf des A. A. Athen auf Lámbros Foúndas

„Lambros is One of Us“
„He was fighting with all weapons he thought useful: with pen and paper, stone and fire, barricades and manifestations, guns and grenades. Revolt was the rhythm of his breath, as it was freedom that made his heart bounce. That is why we will not forget him, even if we might not have known him. That is why his death can only fasten our breathing, gasping for life, clearing a path towards freedom by insurrection.“

„Honor to the anarchist fighter Lambros Foundas“

Lambros our Comrade
(Text auf Deutsch)

The struggle of those who fight against all forms of power, who are anxious that each moment should not be wasted and who stubbornly maintain the belief that we are capable of creating a free and non-authoritarian world, is as distant from any kind of mythology or fiction as the earth is from the moon.
This struggle has had, has and will have countless casualties; dead, captured, and people who desist because they lose hope or compromise themselves because the powers that be have found the low or high price to buy them off.
Those seeking saints, martyrs or messiahs, or heroes and mythical beasts, are ultimately no different from those who do not miss the opportunity to point the finger at the scoundrels, the black sheep, the criminally suspect and those who politically have already lost. Both the superior beings depicted by one side and the extremist creatures from the other are equally expendable. In either case the purpose is to keep everyone sedated and docile, despite what the proponents of either side might claim.
Some ecstatically speak of those ’sacrificed‘, while the others piously try to measure the political loss. It is of little importance whether this convergence is achieved due to fanaticism or delusion, ignorance or expediency, for reasons of political visibility and survival or practising dogmatism. Those who are supposed to object shout to convince everyone that they have unfinished business with them, but this fraud is difficult to conceal. But so be it. This scenario is true and played to death, but the beaten path is always the most secure. Always? Or maybe it is not?
The following words, and those preceding them, are not the product of an obligation or sense of duty. Nor are they part of any revolutionary obituary. They are far away from and hostile to any attempt to mythologizing, ownership, engaging or disengaging, against the mud slung and the depreciation, which authority is already trying to spread after the disclosure of the identity and photograph of a dead „terrorist“ following a gunfight with cops in Daphne. Lambros Fountas, who fell dead in a shootout with the crew of the police squad car in the area of Daphne is known for his anarchist activities.
From his years as a high school student he was socially active and would later join the anarchist group MAVRO AGATHI (Black Thorn), who issued the DROMI TIS ORGIS (Streets of Rage) ‚zine/pamphlet/serial. He was active and participated in marches, rallies, social conflicts, demonstrations, flyposting, discussions and social events.
He was one of the thousands of young people not enrolled at the time with any political youth party involved in the student occupations, demonstrations and clashes prior to and after the murder of Professor N. Temponera in Patras. Those young people were inspired by the insurrectional events of January 1991 as well as anarchist ideas and practices that they appropriated with a vitality which words are incapable of describing. The anarchist group Black Thorn, until its dissolution, participated in the Co-operation of Anarchist Groups and Individuals for Social Solidarity and Diverse Action.
During the occupation of the Polytechnical University of Athens in 1995 for the anniversary of the 1973 Uprising, Lambros Fountas was among the 504 who were arrested by the repressive state forces that invaded the university grounds on the morning of November 18th. He was, therefore, among so many young people of a generation that the politically correct were quick to describe as lost. Among all those who chose their partners‘ hand and travelled the 1990s from protest to protest, from roadblock to roadblock, standing in solidarity with passion in every social aspect, who chose to confront power with their rights and their wrongs, their differences amongst themselves and their stubbornness, confounding the authority that wanted them to simply be passers by in the social struggles. Not that there weren‘t any such people. Quite the contrary. Since then I have met up with Lambros and been side by side many times in marches, roadblocks and clashes.
We solemnly believe that what the people who fight leave behind them, is what they really contribute and is not superficial to the liberation process from the shackles of oppression and exploitation. This is a legacy that transcends any needs, decisions and choices.
Because the means are not an end in themselves and don‘t differentiate those fighting, but rather reveal possibilities, they don‘t sanctify those who choose one or another form, nor do they put anyone on a pedestal. There are no unknown comrades who have been unfairly lost. Nor is the point principally, in these situations, the search for operational errors.
Equally, however, we do not agree with the logic that explanations are the privilege of priests, initiates or those well-educated in internal affairs or with those who deal with cases and craft scenarios all the time, that the answer may begin and end with motto: loss is a necessary evil. Our position must be straightforward and outspoken.
We close, saying goodbye to Lambros with an Indian wish (and certainty): The next time (we meet) will be better!
Anarchist Archive of Athens 11/3/10″

Migrant Hunger Strike Ends -The hunger strike of the three-hundred migrant workers has ended. The struggle for a world of equality, solidarity and freedom continues…

The vindication of the 300 migrants hunger strikers is a hope for the whole society

march  9, 2011
Today’s government’s decision to meet part of the demands of the 300 migrants on hunger strike proves that the only lost struggle is the one that is not led. It also showed to all the
working people that the government of the E.U., I.M.F. and European Bank Memorandum is not invincible. The rigid militant spirit and broad social solidarity can bring tangible results.
It is obvious that it will take a long and hard struggle for lifting the Apartheid against foreign workers living in Greece and Europe. However, there should be no doubt
that the dedication of the 300 opened a new path of hope.
We would like to thank all those (and there were many …) that have supported this difficult struggle from the first days in the Law School until the hospitals. Thus, above all, we would like to respectfully welcome the 300 fighters of who the entire working class can be proud.
Solidarity Initiative to the 300
migrants on hunger strike

The hunger strike of the three-hundred migrant workers has ended. The struggle for a world of equality, solidarity and freedom continues…

Migrant Hunger Strike Ends 

9 march 11

As it has just been announced, the hunger strike of the 300 migrant hunger strikers has just ended, following some key government concessions in meeting their demands. As it has been agreed:
- the time limit for application for permanent residence in the country is now dropped to eight years (down from twelve).
- work credit (ensima) are disconnected from the application for permanent residence.
- all three-hundred migrant hunger strikers will be allowed to apply for 6-month rolling permits until the reach the 8-year limit in order to gain permanent residence.

This is a huge victory on the side of the hunger strikers who now see the road paved for tens of thousands of people to be able to live in the country without the fear of being undocumented.

(via: Occupied London)




The best political honour
for a comrade who lost hislife in the struggle is
to continue his struggle.

For us, his comrades in Revolutionary Struggle, he is not dead. He is in our blood and the air we breathe as fighters. He is in our objectives and our aims. He is one of the organization and our cause. Every day, every moment he is present. HE IS IMMORTAL.

Concentration on March 10 at 16:00 at Kalogiron Square in Dafni and progress to the point where the comrade Lambros Foundas gave battle with the cops. 

Kostas Gournas, Pola Roupa, Nikos Maziotis 

This is an extract from a letter by the imprisoned comrades of R.S. Kostas Gournas, Pola Roupa, Nikos Maziotis.
The rest will be published soon.

March 10, 2010 ... a year ago this day ...

¨the valid killing of terrorist Lambros Foundas¨
(from newspaper reports at the time)

Lambros Foundas was definitely a terrorist.
For the terrorist State mechanisms of mass slaughter,
for those who want a peaceful society like a living cemetery,
for the rulers of an old world,
a terrorist for power,
liberator for the oppressed.

Lambros Foundas' vision of the revolution is not only the vision of Revolutionary Struggle, not only the vision of the anarchist movement, it is the hidden pole connecting the oppressed of the entire planet.
Nina Karakatsani


Thought. Selection. Action. Distance.

Target. Aim. Bang.



The choice to shape pathways.

The blood that fell to map out the roads.

Stella Antoniou





One evening I was on my way to Navarino Square in Thessaloniki, Greece, when we saw people

hanging a banner for a certain Lambros Foundas. I heard the speaker talking about the way he was

lost. I did not know him. But I know that such a death should trigger explosions. Dignified life, heroic

death for such a young guy like this, with a wound in the chest. So simple.

Stella Panteleri

translated by actforfreedomnow!/sysiphus

Wednesday, March 9, 2011

We know who the Italian financiers of the Chilean terrorism are!

We know who the Italian financiers of the Chilean terrorism are!


On February 15 2011, we read from some online Chilean newspaper: ‘The public prosecutor of the Caso Bombas is considering to arrest two Europeans in order to extradite them as they are considered the financiers of the Chilean anarchists involved in this case. During the hearing to discuss the detention conditions of  Omar Hermosilla Marin and Vinicio Aguiera Mery (two of the 14 defendants in the case), held on Monday February 14, public prosecutor Rojas has declared that an Italian and a French are the alleged financiers of the anarchist Chilean group accused of committing at least 23 explosive attacks out of the 108 that were carried out in Santiago of Chile since 2005. According to the judiciary, the Italian deposited 900 euros in the bank account of Omar Hermosilla Marin, accused of illicit association with aim of terrorism. Moreover, according to Interpol investigators, the two Europeans travelled to Argentina on a number of occasions in order to support anti-State groups’.

As it is well known, on 14th August 2010 14 comrades were arrested in Chile and charged with illicit association with aim of terrorism. The infamous ‘Caso Bombas’ was set up, with its media show. The accusation is based on an imaginary hierarchical organization with interchangeable roles, headed by two former leaders of an armed struggle gang of the eighties and nineties (Mapu Lautaro) and by a so called ‘operational level’ formed by the comrades of squats and of the Biblioteca Sacco y Vanzetti. These places are the alleged hideouts of the imaginary organization, which would also rely on the money provided by financiers. At the moment the judiciary is seeking to obtain a hearing in order to ‘formalise again’ the charges against our kidnapped comrades, of whom 9 are being held in jail, 5 are on bail, one is on hiding and one is a collaborator of the public prosecutor (a guy known as ‘El Grillo’).

Considering that as early as 2007 the then Chilean prime minister Bachelet met former Italian home secretary Giuseppe Pisanu and that in 2009 Antonio Marini (of the Marini trial) was a paid consultant for Chilean cops and inquisitors of various kinds… we are not surprised by the fact that these vulgar theatrical shows set up ad hoc by would-be celebrity judges do also exist in the Andean country. In other words, dominion is sharpening its weapons on a global level in such a clamorous way; however, it is international solidarity in its many forms that is under attack here. Even if we have not received any warrant yet, one of the many benefit events organized following our journey to South America is being used to create a precedent to criminalized support practices with the aim to tear apart the international solidarity relations between countries. These relations are the life blood for those who think it is necessary to create a generalized conflict.
In fact, we believe that behind this filthy operation of the Chilean judiciary there stands the clear intention to interrupt the practises of counter-information initiatives, benefit events and production of video and paper material.

Is it not clear the intention to silence all testimonies of the massacres perpetrated by multinationals and by the Chilean State against the tenacious and combative Mapuche people?
Is it not clear the intention to intimidate those who have known the strength and dignity of some Chilean revolutionary prisoners, and have seen with their own eyes the ignoble conditions of one of the too many jails in the world? It is not obvious the intention to frighten those who have taken part to public talks on ‘social struggles and repression against the Italian anarchist movement’ in Argentina? Perhaps it is not by chance that in democratic Chile ‘foreigners’ are forbidden to attend any political initiative, under penalty of immediate deportation.

But since the very beginning, anarchists, with their skin-deep propensity to internationalism, have always been supporting and endorsing the most disparate situations of struggle and comrades all over the planet. Rightly, in the context of new born XXI century marked by social unrest and mass insurrections, anarchist anti-authoritarian ideas and self-organisation practices are still a potential threat to the States and to Capital.

We know who the Italian financiers of the terrorism in Chile are: Gruppo Angelini, Gruppo Matte, Enel/Endesa, Ansaldo, Intesa-San Paolo, Ansa Cile, B ticino


Simone and Nora
Rome, February 2011

No one’s life is illegal! Practical solidarity with the struggle of the 300 immigrants-workers

If the three-hundred achieved this, imagine what thousands of migrants-workers-repressed can achieve together.
Assembly of solidarity of anarchists/anti-authoritarians/libertarians/comrades

Friday, March 11th, 6pm
Ipirou Str. & Patission Ave. (opposite the National Archaeological Museum




Immigrant hunger strikers leave from Hania port grete greece

Around 6pm, 200 immigrants boarded Lo boa and are expected to arrive in Pereus on Sunday morning, while Tuesday they begin a hunger strike demanding the legalization of all immigrants.
They were sent off by hundreds of citizens of Hania. Among them members of the Solidarity Initiative, that came down from Athens to escort the immigrants to the space where the hunger strike will take place. A massive banner, longer than 10 meters, covered the front of the ship...

Hanging off like grapes fro the decks of the ship they exchanged slogans with the Greek people that were there to show their solidarity.

Streaming Version of The Chicago Conspiracy

 March 2nd, 2011
We have been searching for a way to stream The Chicago Conspiracy online, since our release of the DVD. We ran into a number of technical limitations, and the folks at kindly offered to release the streaming version for us.
The streaming version is now available for free.
English version
Spanish version
There will be more updates soon about an upcoming narrative short film.

The Chicago Conspiracy Poster

November 1st, 2010 by j
We have added The Chicago Conspiracy poster to the online store. The poster is based on a hand drawing by an artist, and it was screen printed with three colors on high quality paper. We are selling the poster for $10.
TCC Poster 1
TCC Poster 2

DVD release in Santiago, Chile

October 25th, 2010 by j
The DVD release in Santiago, Chile will be Wednesday, November 3 and 10. The Chicago Conspiracy will also be shown.
Casa Volnitza
Vidaurre 1629, between Av. 18 and the highway, two blocks from Alameda
Metro los Heroes
November 3 and 10
8:00 pm
Suggested donation: 500 pesos to finance the production of Sinapsis number 9.

The Chicago Conspiracy DVD

October 18th, 2010 by j
It is difficult for us to believe that a year has passed since the premier of The Chicago Conspiracy in Santiago, Chile. The moment in the movie theatre when we last saw each other is still fresh in our memory. The documentary premier demonstrated to us that film cannot materialize our desires, but it can articulate our rebellious thoughts. We understand that the current society protects the interests of an elite, and this will only end with the destruction of that society.
We have seen how the dictatorship of capital has only changed its public image with the arrival of the democratic state in Chile. The democratic state does not present significant changes from the dictatorship in the political and economic structure of the Concertación government or the new government of Sebastián Piñera. The state continues with the same policies of social control against rebellion that were put into place during the Pinochet era. It does not surprise us that capital has taken advantage of natural disasters—in the case of the earthquake this year—to protect capitalist interests without accounting for people’s needs. The Chilean state continues to raid Mapuche communities in conflict, and once again the state seeks to intimidate every rebellious voice in the cities. The legal system is not designed to find guilt, and it never has been. It exists to maintain political and economic power. We know that every collective, individual, and community that enters into conflict with the state can expect brutal repression. This is why we use terms like social war, because the situation is clearly a war with numerous fronts. There is no neutral position in the war. The mainstream press is an active agent, and its entire existence depends on maintaining the current system.
One year from the premier of The Chicago Conspiracy, we are very proud to present the first edition DVD. We hope that it will be a helpful reflection and discussion of the social war lived daily. History is created by our own actions. As combatants, we use the medium of film to articulate our desires. We do not work as militant filmmakers; we are militants who put film to use.
The DVD will be on sale at a higher price outside of Chile to finance the costs of production and future projects. It will be on sale in Chile at the cost of production. Also in the coming weeks, we will upload a free copy to be viewed online.
Freedom for all prisoners in the social war!

Monday, March 7, 2011

LETTER OF SOLIDARITY TO THE CHILEAN COMRADES ON HUNGER STRIKE FROM : Skouloudis, Tsilianidis, Fessas, Tzifkas, Dimtsiadis (greece)

Freedom, as well as bars are firstly and mainly in our heads. There are however moments where it becomes perceptible and with particular intensity the existence of walls around us. Moments where under other circumstances we would risk our skin in order to leave the flames to warm people that are fighting far from us, people that we do not know but we feel them reflecting our egos and what we desire on the other side of the world.

Solidarity is a simultaneous expression of revolutionary conscience and authentic militant sentiment. It is expressed with speech and action. In our hands however henceforth, we hold only our words and our thoughts to imprint it. Solidarity is perhaps the most precious of weapons a revolutionary has at his/hers disposal.

We charge it with all the substance of our being, with all the hate for our common enemies, with all our common passion for freedom, and we remind to the comrades that are on hunger strike (from 21/02) in Chile, that in another country, in some similar prisons, confined for some similar reasons, some not so different people are with all their strength next to their struggle, for their immediate release and abolishment of the antiterrorist law.

The fighting dignity of comrades comes to prove that the fight does not stop for an imprisoned revolutionary. They show us that the prison can very well be faced as one more occasion for the appointment of new aspects of revolutionary action.

The return that finds in our own consciences, the position of attack in which the hunger strikers enter makes our solidarity a given as a basic characteristic of a built relationship between those who continuously undermine the social peace.

The ostensible force of the enemy is nothing next to your courage comrades.



Andrea Macarena Urzúa Cid
Camilo Nelson Pérez Tamayo
Carlos Luis Riveros Luttgue
Felipe Guerra Guajardo
Francisco Solar Domínguez
Mónica Andrea Caballero Sepúlveda
Pablo Hernán Morales Führimann
Rodolfo Luis Retamales Leiva

WTF collective translations for actforfreedomnow

Sunday, March 6, 2011

Germany: Arson Attack on a Cop Car

From Direct Action Germany

Smash the cops!

We torched a cop car in the night to the 20th of february at station north. We want to make a statement against the random violence of the cops against left actions and projects in Dresden.

Nothing forgiven, nothing forgotten- cops got names and addresses (and cars)

Freedom for Grönland- down with the brash ice!

Anarchists set fire to fiberoptic cables, paintstrip CCTV van — Bristol, England

Solidarity attack on police substation and two cruisers — Olympia, WA

The communique, shouted from the rooftops:
“On the night of March 4th the Seattle swine pulled a rebel behind police lines and proceeded to beat and arrest them. This infuriated us.
Later that night, two police vehicles were smashed up and the station itself received a few love taps that they won’t be forgetting anytime soon.

Anarchists, now is not the time fear the baton of a pig and slink into hiding. Now is the time muster up courage, scheme evil plots, and seek revenge. This was not simply an attack against the police, this was a call to make everyone of those motherfuckers pay dearly! Not just for beating a fellow rebel, but for the everyday management and misery these spineless bastards heave upon our backs. In the coming nights it is our deepest desire that others will take it upon themselves to launch a greater surge of aggression against the swine that fill our streets.

Pigs, there is nowhere for you to hide. Become firemen before it is too late.
-The Blood Thirsty.”

10th of March: Worldwide solidarity action day with the 300 hunger strikers immigrants-workers in Greece

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10th of March: Worldwide solidarity action day with the 300 hunger strikers immigrants-workers in Greece

Latest Greece travel advises:
You might have heard that Greece is a beautiful country to visit with delicious food and people with great hospitality. Be careful: this is not the whole truth. The reality for hundreds of thousands of visitors is completely different. There is a general threat of human rights’ violations. Expatriates and visitors, who cross the Greek borders, can be departed or transferred in detention centres for 2–4 months or longer. If and when these visitors are released, they are forced to work in agriculture, local industry, organized crime, or as street salesmen, without documents or any civil rights whatsoever. Visitors of Greece are warned about abuse, intolerance, hatred, slander and indiscriminate violence by the Greek State…
Greece is exploiting approximately 500,000 illegal immigrants and refugees to raise the nation’s miserable economics. Last year, nearly 140,000 immigrants crossed the Greek borders in a hope of better life. Most of them are going to be illegalized for years and treated as unwelcome contemporary slaves.
Since the 25th of January, 300 immigrants who work and live in Greece for many years started a nationwide hunger strike in Athens and Thessaloniki. They claim the legalization of all undocumented immigrants of Greece. Their struggle is a struggle of all immigrants, workers and citizens of the world.
The 10th of March will be the 45th day of their hunger strike, but the Greek State has not yet responded to their rightful claims!
We call people in Greece and throughout the world to carry out civil disobedience actions on the 10th of March in solidarity with the 300 hunger strikers. We ask everyone to target their actions against Greek soft spot-tourism: 15% of the nation’s Gross Domestic Product is coming from tourism. In fact, tourism and migration are two sides of the legal right of freedom of movement.
We suggest an easily attainable target that people can find almost in every country: Greek National Tourism Organization. You can e.g. demonstrate, blockade, squat, spread leaflets or carry out other creative actions in front, inside or around GNTO offices.
The addresses of the GNTO offices aboard are here:
If you don't have a GNTO office at your city, you can target your actions against the Greek embassies or enterprises, or simply demonstrate in crowded public places or on media.
[ More information about the hunger strike of 300: ]

Solidarity Poster for Polykarpos Georgiadis and Vaggelis Chrisohoidis (greece)

did anyone speak of a
“…A handful of capitalists
have organized a criminal gang
and have kidnapped the proletarians,
demanding for ransom
their labor force,
merchandising their human activity,
their time (which is turned into money),
their own being itself…”
to vaggelis Chrisohoidis and Polykarpos Georgiadis
who the persecuting authorities, exactly because they denied to betray values and people,
accuse them as participators in the kidnapping of industrialist Milonas
anarchists from Serres from north-greece

Anarchists solidarity protest outside Korydallos prison, the main prison in Athens, at the time of the change of the year. This protest happens every New Year's Eve for the past six years. This year more than 400 people took part in the protest that interacted with the prisoners inside through shouting mutual slogans and fireworks. The main slogan was "The passion for freedom is stronger that your prisons".
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A society that punishes/the condition of incarceration/the prison of the mind/the prison as punishment/the rage of the damned will sound on the ruins of prisons/those denying obedience and misery of our era even within its hellholes/will dance together on the ruins of every last prison/with the flame of rebellion avenging whatever creates prisons.

To the prisoners struggle already counting one dead and thousands in hunger strike across greece, we stand in solidarity and anger until the destruction of every last prison.



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