A new issue of Volver a la Tierra [Returning to the Earth], an anarchist publication edited in Wallmapu, is now out.
This time, Volver a la Tierra includes:
- War on the Latifundio
- “Gesto”, first poem published by Manuel Rojas
- Campaign against the violence of obstetrics and gynecology Continue reading
from 325, translated waronsociety:
In the early hours of October 29, 2014, anonymous individuals placed an explosive device on the perimeter wall of LAVOCAR (Criminal laboratory of the carabineros) headquarters in the city of Temuco in the south of Chile.
At 4:00 am, the device exploded half way up the wall, at the intersection of Avenida Pedro de Valdivia with San Fernando. The explosive devise was comprised of a fire extinguisher filled with a kilo of powder activated through a clock system. Continue reading
from contrainformate transl. waronsociety:
On August 11 we carried out an attack on the 39° Bosque and 1° police stations in Santiago. We wanted to show that it is possible to hit the police right in the nose. It ended up as we would have liked as some bastion of law was injured.
/”they are mortal and their laws are destructible”/
We love to see wounded or dead cops whether in conflictual clashes or acts of sabotage. Continue reading
WOS Note: For some background on the Metro bombing, the CCF communique, and analysis of the action please see this post at 325. The texts we translate here deal with the arrests following the Metro attack and two attacks on police stations, which as we all know may have little relation to who placed the device, and in which the State is attempting to lock away three comrades for decades.
from refractario, translated by waronsociety:
3 comrades arrested and accused of the recent explosive attacks
In the early hours of Sepetember 18, 2014, various raids happened in Santiago seeking results in the recent explosive attacks.
Finally, in an extensive operation the police arrested 3 compañerxs. Continue reading
from contrainfo, transl. waronsociety:
For anyone who has decided to pass from words to insurrectionary action,
and carry this in every scope of life, it is necessary to prioritize
engagement by continual reflection; and in this way reconsider again and
again your thoughts, tools, and strategies of fighting. This is in order
to not fall into the passive dynamics which are sterile and
counterproductive when it is time to attack.
From here comes our necessity to revisit important themes that because we do not consider them something fixed, should always put up for debate and discussion. Continue reading
from contrainfo, transl wos:
August 14, 2014
“The people who are pushing all this garbage of development and technological progress should be severely punished.”
– F. [a]
After a little more than three years of criminal-terrorist activity, the group “Individualists Tending toward the Wild” (ITS), begins a new phase in this open war against the Technoindustrial System, which we explain below: Continue reading
14 de Agosto 2014
“Las personas que están empujando a toda esa basura del desarrollo y del progreso tecnológico, deben ser severamente
Después de poco más de tres años de actividad delictiva-terrorista, el grupo “Individualidades tendiendo a lo salvaje” (Its), comienza una nueva fase en esta guerra abierta contra el Sistema Tecnoindustrial, la cual exponemos enseguida: Continue reading
Armed and Dangerous: To the rhythm of cold and rain, we vindicate the struggle in the street.
For Claudia López.
For the Anarchist Prisoners.
For a Black September 11.
September has come, and with it all the memories of a past bathed with blood, death and repression, and also full of combative action, fire and rebellion. Continue reading
from contrainfo, transl. waronsociety:
In the early hours of Friday August 29, 2014 the ambassador of the Spanish state’s mansion walls in Quito were painted in solidarity with Mónica Caballero, Francisco Solar and the rest of the State’s prisoners. This action was framed inside of the International Week of Solidarity with anarchist prisoners. Although the damage was not much and due to logistical problems the actions was not carried out in all of its splendor, any attack against the State’s institutions and its representatives should be celebrated. Continue reading
from contrainfo transl. waronsociety:
Against the repressive kidnapping, in defense of our convictions.
On Wednesday August 20th, our anti-authoritarian feelings materialized in a new gathering of anarchist violence, agitation in solidarity, and attack against the repressive forces at Grecia Ave, on the outskirts of the Juan Gómez Milla campus of the University of Chile, in the so-called Macul con Grecia cordon. Continue reading
from instintosalvaje, transl wos:
I have been thinking about the coherency and consistency of anarchism, to determine what it is that ultimately motivates us to declare ourselves anarchists and not something else, what is it that leads us to leave a life where one of the most recurring themes are the police, surveillance, and prison, aspects that obviously no one likes but are always around because they mark our daily lives. I believe that anti-authoritarianism is central in this feeling, is what along with the intent of freedom differentiates us politically from other political currents as well as inside of our own anarchism. And it is that anti-authoritarianism implies a break with the entire existent and the ideas which are its sustenance, within which the “judeo christian” paradigm of progress is found entrenched in the majority of occidental thought, whether revolutionary or not. Continue reading
from instintosalvaje, transl. waronsociety:
The compañera is now at Brieva (Ávila) prison, after being held at CP. Soto de Real (Madrid) for almost the entire month of july.
If you would like to write, the address remains the same:
Mónica Andrea Caballero Sepúlveda
Ctra. de Vicolozano s/n Apdo. 206
05194 Brieva (Ávila)
from instintosalvaje, translated by waronsociety:
Note from El Libertario: Of everything that has been said and written about the Russian anarchist this year which marks two hundred years since his birth, we are quite certain that for him the most precious would be the involuntary homage paid by a surprising source: none other than the cops of Río de Janeiro, who included him recently in the dossier of subversive persons who must have a close eye kept on them.
A report on this particular matter–which we have translated from the Portuguese–appears in the following paragraphs. We suppose someone–not ourselves–will have to thank the repressive forces for such a valuable record on the surveillance of Mikhail Bakunin.