"I make the bed and look at the bars that cover the whole prison, the turret with its windows and powerful spotlights. I remember when I told you, “Whatever happens, we’ll look up at the sky, the constellation of Orion and the moon, and we’ll remember this moment.” I think I may have lied to you. From here the spotlights impede the view of the moon and the stars. I close my eyes from fatigue. Sleep enters softly, pleasantly, it surrounds me, until finally I’m in the forests and mountains again, you both look at me and laugh, the little hummingbird points his finger at me, “ile nuna” (look, moon) and I say to him, “Yes son, the moon,” and we escape again, and I no longer belong to the prison."
- Hans Niemeyer, Requiem for the Passing Moon
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Prisoners to the Street
- Greek prisons: Anarchist Giorgos Salayannis, accused of attacking cop station in the town of Messolonghi, was denied release before trial December 20, 2014
- [Spanish State] Poster in solidarity with comrades arrested in Operation Pandora December 20, 2014
- [Italy] “Guilty of resisting”: Anarchists Chiara, Claudio, Mattia and Niccolò sentenced to 3 years and 6 months December 19, 2014
- Paris: A.N.A.B December 19, 2014
- Florence: ATM torched in solidarity with No Tav anarchist prisoners December 19, 2014
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Tag Archives: Uruguay
from Insinto Salvaje: March 25, Montevideo, Uruguay. Painting in solidarity with the compañerxs Freddy, Marcelo, Juan, Carlos and Sol. Lots of strength and affection for the compas who are supporting them through the shit trials and prison.
from vla, transl waronsociety: In the night of November 16 and the night of December 10, we sabotaged with paint and glue two Santander Río bank ATMs in downtown Montevideo, another salute that goes out to our 5 compañeros imprisoned … Continue reading
from materialanarquista, transl waronsociety: Another attack on the anarchist movement in Montevideo Yesterday afternoon [August 29th], a comrade from Chile who is living here and applying for her papers was kidnapped by the State, she was called to present herself … Continue reading
from materialanarquista, transl waronsociety: On Saturday August 24, at about 5 pm, the time the march on the Filtro had been set for, twelve comrades were arrested in the vicinity of La Solidaria in four different points through four big … Continue reading
from mataterialanarquista, translated by waronsociety: Communique from La Solidaria At 8:15 am today, the 10th of May in the space La Solidaria at Fernández Crespo 1813, various types of police violently kicked down the door and entered the space without … Continue reading
from culmine, transl. Vesuvio Libertario: Today, Tuesday the 15th of May, we entered in Uruguay’s ambassay in Buenos Aires and we spread some flyers in solidarity with David, asking for his immediate liberation.
from liberaciontotal, translated by war on society: communique: In the morning of Wednesday December 7 we decided to attack Santander Bank (on calle Rondeau) with two molotov cocktails. This bank is involved in financing hydroelectrics that affect the Amazon forest … Continue reading
from culmine, translated by war on society: Almost two years after the death of compañero Mauricio Morales, we wanted to mark the occasion in some way and for this reason we decided to attack the embassy of Chile in Montevido … Continue reading