Submitted by Anonymous on Fri, 08/14/2015 - 14:32
From Act for Freedom Now!
For Mónica Caballero, Nikos Romanos, Francisco Solar, Nikos Maziotis and all upright prisoners, for those who burn the vehicles of the prison-construction company Vinci in the streets of Paris and have celebrated the 14 July national holiday in their own way, for the untouchables that throw once again μολότοφ [Molotov cocktails] and stones through the streets of Athens and not let themselves be deceived by Syriza… and for ourselves.
That’s why we torched a vehicle of the surveillance company Deutsche Telekom in the Wedding district of Berlin on 11/6/2015;
we burned a van of the armaments company Siemens on the Stralau half-island on 13/7/2015;
and caused a vehicle of the security company WISAG in the Paul-Junius-Straße to burst into flames on 17/7/2015.
Submitted by Anonymous on Fri, 08/14/2015 - 12:58
Earlier this week Sean was unexpectedly transferred to Warren Correctional. It seems he wasn’t given enough notice to send word out to supporters, so we’re not sure what’s up with this. Warren is a primarily level 3 institution, so Sean also likely had his security level reduced.
Submitted by worker on Fri, 08/14/2015 - 04:15
A year has passed since the murder of Michael Brown, one of over 1100 people, disproportionately black and brown, killed by US law enforcement in 2014. The movement against institutionalized white supremacy and police violence has spread and escalated, gaining leverage on the authorities and the public imagination despite repeated efforts to coopt it. At the same time, we are seeing extra-governmental white supremacist violence reemerge as a force in the US, as it always does whenever state strategies for imposing white supremacy reach their limits.
Submitted by Anonymous on Thu, 08/13/2015 - 21:17
From BITE BACK
"Alf action for the financial damage in Velký Ratmírov city mink farm. 7th
August in night, we splashed around two hundred minks by nontoxic spray. No
more, because security or owners disturbed us. (Next time you will atacked,
bastards!) Minks are still waiting for death, unfortunately. This action we
devote all jailed animals and liberators and especially for jailed Czech
anarchists from sick police action called 'operation Fenix'. Long sentences
for us will entail more harder actions contra to you!!!! War continue.
by : New division Justice Department."
Submitted by Anonymous on Thu, 08/13/2015 - 19:59
From Insurrection News
During the morning of August 1st, 2015, anarchist comrade Ignacio Munoz Delgado age 20 was arrested. Plainclothes police officers performing preventive controls in the community of Lo Prado in Santiago saw a suspicious person dressed in black riding a bike and decided to arrest them on the corner of Camino de Loyola and Sergio Valdovinos avenues.
Police say they found an improvised explosive device in Ignacio’s possession that consisted of a canister filled with about a kilo of black powder with a fuse attached to it.
Submitted by Anonymous on Thu, 08/13/2015 - 19:45
PDF: Dark Nights #42
1. ‘In Cold Blood’ by CCF/FAI-IRF.
2. ‘The Fleas and the Jackal’ by L.
3. International Solidarity Week for Imprisoned Anarchists – August 23-30 2015.
4. Direct Action Chronology.
5. Letter from anarchic nihilist comrade Sergio Alvarez.
6. Letter from Anarchist prisoner Claudio Lavazza.
7. Vatan Budak, wounded in Suruç bombing died.
8. Anarchist Ignacio Munoz Delgado detained for carrying an explosive device.
9. Update about imprisoned comrades Javier Pino and Natalia Collado.
10. Solidarity with Evi Statiri, Athena Tsakalos and Nikos Romanos.
Resist / Organise / Replicate
Submitted by Anonymous on Thu, 08/13/2015 - 01:52
From The Fifth Column News
Bob Black is a post-left writer. His most famous work is “The Abolition of Work“. His newest book “Instead of Work” debuted on August 7th. He’s been described as one of America’s great modern Anarchists.
Give us a little background for those who may not be familiar with your work.
Submitted by Anonymous on Wed, 08/12/2015 - 21:44
From Anarchy Magazine Editorial, #76 (2015)
A police force, where there are no crimes to discover and delinquents to arrest, will provoke or invent crimes…
People involved in law enforcement are agents of the powerful against the weak, who readily mobilize and deploy arbitrary and unpredictable violence and destruction. The hateful and demented pro-police comments made in mass and social media in the wake of the cops’ fully exposed immunity from Ferguson to Staten Island (well, everywhere) show that better than any political treatise. The pro-police camp persists in perpetuating some of the most banal lies of authoritarian morality: The state exists to protect the weak from the whims of tyrants. The system of law and justice is impartial. Cops only arrest the guilty. The guilty deserve whatever the police do to them. Prisons are only for bad people…
Submitted by Anonymous on Wed, 08/12/2015 - 07:54
Submitted by worker on Wed, 08/12/2015 - 00:34
From Fireworks - by Conspiracy of Insurgent Anarchists
08.11.15 - Editor's Statement: Sometime in the summer of 1965, a woman named Oedipa Maas walks into a taqueria on 24th Street in the Mission District of San Francisco. At a table in the corner is a man named Jesus Arrabal, a member of the Conjuracion de los Insurgentes Anarquistas.