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Arson Attack Against Prison Truck

via Contra Info, English translation by AMW

Arson Attack against Truck of Villa Devoto Prison in Buenos Aires, Argentina

As a gift to those who believe themselves the kings of the lives of others, early in the morning on Wednesday, January 6, 2,021, we set fire to a salvage truck belonging to the Villa Devoto jail on 4900 Pedro Lozano street in the city of Buenos Aires.

LONG LIVE ANARCHY.

Fire for fire!

via Round Robin English translation by Act for freedom now!

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In the night of December 17 2020, a repeater near an exit of the G.R.A [long orbital motorway] of Rome was sabotaged by fire.

An incendiary action that brings alive our memory of revenge for the State massacre carried out in the Italian prisons in revolt in March 2020, during the first lockdown.

3 fibre optic cabinets sabotaged and a prison vehicle vandalised

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Trento – In the night between 22 and 23 November 2020, 3 fibre optic cabinets sabotaged. One near an industrial centre, one in an industrial zone near GLS and IVECO and one at a branch of the police headquarters.
Found written nearby: JUAN FREE, IN SOLIDARITY WITH THE ACCUSED OF OP. ”SCRIPTA MANENT”, SOLIDARITY WITH THE IMPRISONED REVOLUTIONARIES EVERYONE FREE (A)

That same night a prison police vehicle was vandalised, with the words: SOLIDARITY WITH THE REBELS written nearby.

Constructing Anarchisms: Vital Things

Constructing Anarchisms: Vital Things

From Libertarian Labyrinth by Shawn P. Wilbur

“Let us not overlook vital things, because of the bulk of trifles confronting us.” — Emma Goldman, “The Tragedy of Woman’s Emancipation”

Let’s get a bit topical, if only for a few moments, and address the events of the last couple of weeks. I think there are lots of interesting discussions to be had about the shortcomings of democratic institutions in general, the influence of fascism on US politics, etc. This could easily be our lead-in to the discussion about the defining features of governmentalism—and we’ll undoubtedly cover some of that ground. But I’m drawn at least as much to the pious nature of the responses from both right and left, the appeals to the “sacred” nature of the Capitol and the invocation of tradition against whatever it is that just happened.

Logan Marie Glitterbomb on Agorism

From Non-Serviam Media

For the first installment of 2021, we spoke with a prolific writer and activist whose ideas are as eclectic as they are thought-provoking. Today we’ll be highlighting a few of her interests, including Agorism, Environmentalism, problems with the ”justice system”, and how we might go about building a better one.

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