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Anarchist Prisoner Natascia Begins Hunger Strike

from attaque via AMW

Anarchist Prisoner Natascia Begins Hunger Strike in Piacenza Prison, Italy

One year, two months and 24 days.

This is the time that has passed since my arrival here, in the Piacenza jail; time filled with emptiness, time wasted trying to tame all of your senses, experimenting with a self-discipline that transforms, like an alchemy, the waste of a life into a formative experience. I have never looked for conflict, even if everyday life here is a constant series of occasions for conflict; when I set my reasons against this system of neutralizing the individual, I tried to do it with “civility,” with forced respect for roles, trying to appropriate them, at least as weapons, these illogical dynamics of which the guards make their banners: rules, rights, duties, protocols. And I’m certainly not saying it to brag about it, on the contrary; nevertheless, in jail, human experience is so distant from any form of good sense, common sense or just plain sense, that we must play, even if we know very well that the dice are rigged.

Car Dealership Arson Claimed

via Noticias de la Guerra Social , translated by Anarchist News

Concepción. Incendiary Artifact Against Car Dealership + Responsibility Claim

Around 06:00hrs an anonymous call alerted GOPE so that they would head to a service center due to a bomb threat. There the police found a bookbag with cables and elements that simulated an explosive change, at the same time and fifteen blocks from that sector the fire was starting to expand in the interior of the car dealership.

Camps are for burning

via Act for freedom now!

Camps are for burning… [Poster]Athens,Greece

Inhabitants of the Moria refugee hell on the Island of Lesbos recently
gave the most honest and firm response to the war that is waged against them by the European states. Arson within the camp caused two nights of fires finally leading to its total destruction. Faced with prison conditions some chose for a direct and non-negotiated attack. In Moria a completely unbearable situation was all these years imposed as normality by those in power. Intimidation was part of its management.

Getting the silent treatment again…

via Sean Swain's blog

ODRC Fears Swain’s Reason

Sean Swain is being silenced by the Ohio Department of Retribution and Corruption again. In a classic move of an abusive, one-sided relationship, ODRC Director Annette Chambers-Smith (former General Manager of Payment Services at dastardly prison profiteer JPay Inc) and her underlings are overseeing the shut-out of JPay (the monopoly communication and digital media choice of many state prison systems) email and GTL phone services for Sean Swain with no explanation. Remember, while Sean is a prisoner IN Virginia, he is a prisoner OF Ohio (in exile).

Solidarity w/ Juan Aliste & Marcelo Villarroel

Juan Aliste and Marcelo Villarroel

via contra info, translated by Anarchist News.

Chile: Strength and concrete solidarity with comrades Juan Aliste and Marcelo Villarroel

Today, through these words, we want to support some colleagues who resist with dignity in the High Security Prison in Santiago de Chile, we’re referring to Juan Aliste Vega and Marcelo Villarroel Sepúlveda, autonomous and libertarian subversive prisoners. These comrades are currently serving a sentence for some bank robberies, one of which culminated in the death of a cop on October 18, 2007.

Bye-Bye Moria

received via email

When a prison burns down, those of us who have experienced, even for a moment, the condition of imprisonment, can only shudder with delight.

Regardless of whether a new one will be built after its demolition, and regardless of whether the empty cells will be refilled after the escape of some prisoners, the fact of the escape can only fill us with joy. After all, the struggle for the abolition of every prison, goes through the struggle for individual and social liberation, right here and now.

2 Arsons

via: roundrobin.info

Paris, France: 2 incendiary attacks

Solidarity with our comrades in prison is something essential. And even if it is a constant practice, day after day, we like the idea of an international campaign to remember them. A solidarity that should be more than words, more than paint and testimonies. In the night between 24 and 25 August, in the Passage de Lagny, in Paris, we set fire to a van of the Eiffage company infamous for building prisons (and the huge open air prison: these increasingly guarded and inhuman cities).

Road block and banner drop [I. W. S. W. A. P.]

via anarquia.info, translation by Anarchist News

Prisons, cameras, police, snitches, drones, debts and mortgages, employment contracts have been some of its devices and mechanisms to reduce our lives to the sad imperative of producing and consuming. Even in this desolate landscape, surrounded by concrete, smog, buildings and honking, there are bodies that resist.

Words by comrade Francisco Solar

Drawing by Mónica: "PAIN IS MOMENTARY, PRIDE LASTS FOREVER"

via Indymedia Nantes

Words by comrade Francisco Solar for the International Week of Solidarity with Imprisoned Anarchists (23-30 August 2020)

How can we achieve moments of freedom, even if they are only brief and sporadic? What are those moments where we feel that what limits us loses weight and sense?

Uruguay: Week of Solidarity with Imprisoned Anarchists

via email, translated by Anarchist News

Montevideo, Uruguay: International Week of Solidarity with Imprisoned Anarchists

In the context of the International Week of Solidarity with Anarchist Prisoners, from Montevideo, we join in, generating two activities in order to problematize and debate about the prison and the continuity of the struggle outside and within it.

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