Russia: Ministry of Interior and Police vehicles burned by Earth Liberation Front / Informal Anarchist Federation

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Excerpts from the claim of responsibility

“Around 1 am on May 18 in Ogibdd, Southern District of Moscow, we burned a Ford company car belonging to a police lieutenant. Night May 20 at the Metro Domodedovskaya we burned a Mercedes executive class with a Ministry of Interior pass under the windshield. In the first case, the car completely burnt out, in the second – the charred hood burnt up. The actions were done in a campaign of solidarity with the Greek comrades (11 May 2011 Athens police violently broke up a rally of strikers during a general strike) and Belarussian comrades (18 May a lawsuit against Belarussian anarchists).

… Police everywhere – Garbage is always rubbish. We remember all the humiliation and injustice that our comrades have experienced at the hands of police in Russia, Greece, Mexico, Belarus, Turkey and elsewhere. And if we have the opportunity to take revenge on the system of blood and tears of our comrades – We’ll gladly do it.

“… We are not in solidarity with the suffering of people, we are in solidarity with the energy and strength of those who do not tolerate their suffering … “ – Conspiracy of Cells of Fire

Being anarchists, we believe international solidarity is a key weapon in the arsenal of the revolutionary. But with whom solidarity and to whom, are the appeals of our comrades in Russia directed? We – the rebel anarchists, the nihilists, and anti-socialist biocentrics … We do not care for the proletariat when he goes to work … We reject attempts to turn ‘anarchist’ the extras from the Communist Party, and the similar “dinosaurs of the left flank.”

We do not believe in the revolution of the masses, class war, as we are not going to be the revolutionary vanguard and to tell others how to fight back. We do what we think is necessary and would like to see it was perceived that way. And we support the struggle of those who are aware of their oppression and resist it.

Therefore, we agree only with those migrant workers and proletarians, who refuse to perform immoral and inhuman orders, and who attack or sabotage their bosses. We stand in solidarity with only those anti-fascists who respect the freedom of others, without exceptions: no homophobia and misogyny. And we stand in solidarity with the defenders of Khimki forest, because these people are actively fighting for real life in harmony with nature, against the oppression imposed by capital and a fake life in the temples of consumer culture – the roadside shopping malls.

As stated in a leaflet distributed by May 1, “No Compromise!”, we are categorically against any labels (whether proletarian, socialist, anti-fascist, environmental activist, and anarchist).

… We need a total re-evaluation and dismantling of existing social relations … Take a look at the revolutionary potential of the proletariat which was buried in the cemetery of Mezhdurechensk: money and the promise of well-fed life in our society, you can buy almost everything and everyone. Consequently, the anarchist movement should review the main recipients of their propaganda: from December 11, it is obvious that the targeting of mass anarchist propaganda is not working. Or it is insufficient, or it is not aimed properly.

We know what we want to do in this regard. We would like to hope that our comrades from the legal wing, are equally purposeful and self-organized.

Solidarity with the Greek protesters injured by police on 11 May, the detainees on suspicion of assault on a police station in Exarchia, our friends the Conspiracy of Cells of Fire, with Belarussian anarchists who remained faithful to their ideals: Nicholas Dedkov, Igor Olinevichem and Eugene Vaskovich. And solidarity greetings to the other rebel groups of anarchists in Russia.

Earth Liberation Front – Russia / Informal Anarchist Federation

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