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Topic of the Week: International vs Domestic

  • Posted on: 2 May 2016
  • By: thecollective

This week in particular is a good example of people attempting to take lessons from around the world (especially Europe) about how anarchists should behave, and, by extension, what makes a good anarchist.
Does that work? How do you and your friends negotiate the differences of culture, police capacity, city structure, etc, that create different visions and expectations and abilities for anarchists in various places?
For the more philosophical among you, what do you think of the implicit (tacit) internationalism of blanket comparisons between scenes in different places?

The Hague, the Netherlands: arrest on suspicion of spreading Anarchist Wallpaper

  • Posted on: 27 April 2016
  • By: thecollective

Last Sunday night (April 24th) one person was arrested in The Hague (Netherlands) on suspicion of pasting The Anarchist Wallpaper. He is being charged with instigation against authority, inciting violence and pasting of a poster. On Thursday the person who got arrested will be brought in front of the examining judge, who will decide whether to release him or transfer him to preventive detention.

Targeted rampage of administrative offices of the University of Tolbiac (France)

  • Posted on: 5 April 2016
  • By: Anonymous (not verified)

Translator’s note: This sabotage took place during the ongoing movement against the “loi Travail” (the work act). The university of Tolbiac is on the frontline of this struggle in Paris. This rampage was commented in the bourgeois press, and some unions already dissociated themselves as can be seen here: https://attaque.noblogs.org/post/2016/03/26/ni-loi-ni-travail-a-tolbiac-...

Tomorrow (3.4.): International Live Anarchist Radio Broadcast (2-6pm CET)

  • Posted on: 2 April 2016
  • By: Anonymous (not verified)

On Sunday, the 3rd of April 2016, the 17 projects of the International Gathering of Anarchist and Anti-authoritarian Radios that is taking place in Berlin, Germany, will do a 4 hour live radio broadcast that can be listen to through an online stream (links below!).

Lecce, Italy – A new sentence Against Anarchists for ‘operation ‘Nottetempo’

  • Posted on: 26 March 2016
  • By: thecollective

From Act For Freedom Now! (translated from informa-azione)

In December 2010 the 11 anarchists investigated in operation Nottetempo were declared guilty of subversive association (art. 270) and other specific ‘offences’ by the Appeal Court of Assizes in Lecce.

Asturias: Spanish trains sabotaged in solidarity with Mónica and Francisco

  • Posted on: 22 March 2016
  • By: thecollective

from https://en-contrainfo.espiv.net/

On March 11th 2016, we cut the counterweights along the catenary of Avilés/Xixón rail line in both directions. The cuts were made at the height of the town of Villabona, locality where our comrades Mónica and Francisco are held hostage. These cuts produce a voltage drop on the line forcing a halt to train traffic, causing serious delays and economic losses. The action aims to send a warm revolutionary hug to our comrades on the occasion of the trial/farce organised by the Spanish State.

Open letter by Pola Roupa about the attempt to break Nikos Maziotis out of Koridallos prison

  • Posted on: 14 March 2016
  • By: Anonymous (not verified)

https://en-contrainfo.espiv.net/2016/03/13/greece-open-letter-of-pola-ro...
Below is the first part of the comrade’s long letter; originally published in Greek on Athens IMC (March 8th 2016).

Under other circumstances, this text would be written by Revolutionary Struggle. However, the outcome of the attempt to break out the comrade Nikos Maziotis of Koridallos prison obliges me to speak personally.

Financial office of the Greek Church redecorated

  • Posted on: 7 February 2016
  • By: Anonymous (not verified)

People going by the name the ‘Sword of Damokles’ redecorated the financial management office of the Greek Church in Thessaloniki today. The symbolic action, carried out with paint and a fire extinguisher, gave the priests’ walls a thick covering of red paint. The statement published after the action gave several reasons for targeting the church which throughout its history has often been one of the pillars of reaction in Greece.

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