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The vagueness in this case is fucking stupid, or at best poorly-thought.

Years back, I've foreseen the potential for Far Right groups and/or State-backed counterinsurgency ops to intoxicate the CCF/FAI types of attacks, or how easy it can be to just copycat and insert a bullshit narrative behind these, thus achieving a twist of perception management that both undermines international anarchist insurgency AND the motives for attacking this particular infrastructure.

While it would help that communiques make it bold and clear that it ain't more Qanon anti-5G batshit, doing these attacks in current moment of the Second Wave, in several countries, will just make it look like it's more of the latter. Perception management should be taken into consideration for everything we do, while avoiding the trap of "appealing to the public". It's not about appealing but rather about not allow misrepresentation to flow in, or at least not to a point where the tactic has been taken out of "our" hands.

For everything you do there's a range of consequences.

The annihilation of your "moral order" -the driving narrative- you fight with is a much bigger issue than getting caught and even spending decades in jail. They may not be able to kill an idea, but they can render it powerless, even irrelevant.

We are fighting first and foremost, over a narrative. Even if you wanna take down a system, you won't get much support around such actions if your narrative is void. You'll be some lonely "crazy" charging windmills. But even that guy has become a narrative...