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Attack Against Deutsche Telekom & Nissan – From Berlin to Greece & Worldwide…

  • Posted on: 13 December 2019
  • By: thecollective

Attack on Deutsche Telekom and Nissan: From Berlin to Greece and Worldwide – Fire and Flames to the State, Capital and the Bosses!
In the morning hours of 13th of December we set fire to five company cars and one radio antenna on the Deutsche Telekom premises at Hannemannstraße in Berlin-Britz as well as to two cars in front of the Nissan car dealership at Gärtnerstraße in Berlin-Alt-Hohenschönhausen.

Anarchists attacked a mobile operator in Kiev

  • Posted on: 13 December 2019
  • By: thecollective

From A2Day.net

In the night of December 10 a group of anarchists burned down the cell tower of Lifecell operator settled by the crossroad of Hostomel road and Big Ring Road in Kyiv. Lifecell is owned by the Turkish company Turkcell. This company is the participant of aggression of Erdogan’s regime against the people’s self-government in Kurdistan. The latest episode of its criminal politics is the invasion of Turkish army into the Democratic Federation of Northern and Eastern Syria (Rojava) in October 2019.

Coordinated Attacks on 30 State and Capitalist Targets in Athens on Anniversary of Greek Insurrection

  • Posted on: 12 December 2019
  • By: thecollective
Coordinated Attacks on 30 State and Capitalist Targets in Athens on Anniversary of Greek Insurrection

From AMW English

On the 11th anniversary of the Greek insurrection, sparked by the murder of anarchist teenager Alexis Grigoropoulos by the police, 30 state and capitalist targets were attacked in 13 different neighborhoods of Athens.

Police Patrol Flees Armed Ambush by HBDH Militia (Video & Statement)

  • Posted on: 6 December 2019
  • By: thecollective
 Police Patrol Flees Armed Ambush by HBDH Militia (Video & Statement)

From Anarchists Worldwide, Istanbul, Turkey

An armed action was carried out by the HBDH (Peoples’ United Revolutionary Movement) militia on December 4th, 2019 at 00:35hrs against the uniformed fascist forces, the enemy of the people – the police, who were carrying out regular patrols in Sefaköy, Istanbul. One police vehicle was hit by our militia and as a result of our action, the police quickly chose to flee the area.

The Savage Beauty of the Ukrainian Anarchists

  • Posted on: 4 December 2019
  • By: thecollective
The Savage Beauty of the Ukrainian Anarchists

From The Transmetropolitan Review

It’s not surprising no one heard about this. On October 27, 2019, a group of anarchists crept through the night in the Ukrainian city of Donetsk and placed an explosive device beneath a mobile cell-tower. It was detonated remotely, nobody was injured, and the tower was completely destroyed. In a leaflet scattered after the bombing, the anarchists explain that “this was done to draw the attention to the inhuman tortures in the basements of the MGB (Ministry of State Security of “Donbass People’s Republic”). Abuses and tortures with electric wires in the “people’s” republics has become an everyday normality.” Undoubtedly, the Russian FSB assumed these anarchists were CIA agents. However much they might wish this to be true, they’re incorrect. The bombers were indeed anarchists.

TOTW: Endings

  • Posted on: 2 December 2019
  • By: worker

I end projects--as does everyone. I might let one fade away, with nary an update, until it has long been forgotten, or they will kind of sputter on for a couple years, while I kind of wish someone else would pick (one of) them up, or that some thing would give it a gust of air and bring it back to life. The Anvil was like that. How do you keep a totally worthwhile project going when you are kind of tapped out on it?

This TOTW is about endings, how to do them right, examples of doing them wrong, and how does one tell the difference?

Anarchist bomb attack in Donetsk

  • Posted on: 30 October 2019
  • By: thecollective

From a2day.net

On the Sunday morning, October 27, 2019, an explosion occurred in the Proletarsky district of Donetsk. The mobile communications tower of the Phoenix operator was blown up. The civilian population was not injured, but the equipment was destroyed. An explosive device was landed under a booth with equipment and triggered remotely. The people who committed the explosion published a video of the action.

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