Cancún, Mexico: Explosive Attack Against the PRI Municipal Management Committee by ‘Attack Cells Against Devastation’

  • Posted on: 2 February 2018
  • By: thecollective

via insurrection news

We are not willing to accept any kind of government or domination.

Shortly after the elections and without taking leftist attitudes, we wanted to leave our opinion about their political parties at their doors. We no longer accept the role of observers of this circus, where the rulers are just puppets of those who hold real power, whatever their party, it’s nothing more than an illusion to make them believe they have a choice when in reality everyone works for the same master, murdering living beings, destroying the earth, taking control of our lives and everything around them.

We will not stay silent despite the internal security law that they have already legislated, that they want to use, through terror, to eradicate any attempt or trace of subversion using the violence unleashed by the mafias (who everybody knows are directly connected to the State) as a pretext.

This is why at midnight on the 29th of January an explosive device was left at the gates of the Municipal Management Committee (CDM) of the PRI* in Cancún. There was no news coverage about it or any reports as during this time it does not suit them to have any kind of bad reputation, but the attempts continue; against them and against all those who participate in the destruction of the earth.

With this attack we send a fraternal gesture of solidarity to those who remain in clandestinity and are on the run from the jaws of the prison system, to let them know that they are not alone, we are also in solidarity with all actions for total liberation.

ATTACK CELLS AGAINST DEVASTATION

(via Contra Info, translated by Insurrection News)

*Institutional Revolutionary Party, a political party that held power in Mexico for 71 years from 1929 to 2000.

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