Santiago, Chile: Noise Bombs in Solidarity with Imprisoned Anarchist Comrades Ignacio, Kevin and Joaquín

  • Posted on: 12 February 2018
  • By: thecollective

via insurrection news

Wednesday, February 7th. We continue with our custom of mocking the authorities. Vandalism as an action, as an expression of rage against this sick society and its sad infrastructure.

As we have previously stated: “The streets of Santiago at night are ours when we decide to indulge in the luxury of vandalizing its symbols”. And so we did it again, placing three noise bombs, this time, under cars, inside a Mormon church and a few steps from the home of a drug-dealing bastard. We caused a bit of disorder on the periphery of the streets, without a doubt we will certainly go for more.

We express our ideas through the facts, using whatever form is valid. No one will tell us how to do things, for this reason we act without leaders, nobody sent us, nobody does it now and nobody ever will. Only our autonomous desires guide us on the path that we have chosen.

Solidarity with our brothers and sisters in the prisons, strength and total complicity with the comrades Ignacio Muñoz, Kevin Garrido and Joaquín García.

(via Contra Info, translated by Insurrection News)



Noise “bombs,” the anarchist version of shouting “not our president” at empty buildings in financial districts on the weekend.

Do you also mock the pigs when they use noise bombs?
"Come on riot cops, use real grenades you sissies!"

Yeah the difference is the pigs are winning cause they use really guns and real violence not just posturing

Well, you're being an asshat and that may be related to your idiocy of not realizing that every action happens within a context (like shouting at lifeless buildings). A noise bomb can be extremely effective in some context, and lame fireworks in another. But maybe relativism is too high-concept for you and such...

I guess that tons of FBI mormons (we I know about it), will be butthurt about this.

I still don't understand what a noise bomb is.

My impression is that it's like a flash-bang grenade without the flash. I.e., any device designed to make shitloads of noise with no real destructive power. A simple dry ice bomb (dry ice and water in a sealed plastic bottle) can make as much or more noise than standard explosives, so that would probably qualify. (To be clear, this is just speculation.)

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