reposted from insurrectionnews:
An anarchist direct action cell have claimed responsibility for simultaneous bomb threats against Argentina Airlines flight 1360 to Bogota and the Colombian embassy as well as the sabotage of a Santander Bank ATM in downtown Buenos Aires. According to the communique released by the group, all three actions took place on 06.05.15. and were carried out in answer to the call to remember anarchist comrade Nicolás Neira who was murdered 10 years ago by the Colombian police. Continue reading
from Ediciones Aukan, transl. waronsociety:
During the early hours of March 31, 2015 a group of anonymous individuals carefully approached the Cavancha police station located on Salvador Allende ave with Pedro Gamboni to throw 6 molotov cocktails. 3 molotovs reached the inside of the station causing confusion amongst the uniformed bastards, without causing major injuries or damages. Excerpts from the claim: Continue reading
from contrainfo, transl. waronsociety:
April 17, 2015
The group “Until your death or mine” burned a cellphone tower on the México-Toluca highway at the height of the Atizapán municipality, México State. We broke the fence and barbed wire which “protected” the antenna and placed an incendiary device with homemade retarder on the power supply cables. Later we watched the device light and illuminate the night, the fire expanding from the burned antennae and damaging some property of that damn Telemex company. Continue reading
from contrainfo, transl. by waronsociety:
Banner hung in Costa de Oro, in commemoration of the days of solidarity from April 10-20th (taken from Periódico Anarquía) Continue reading
from contrainfo, transl waronsociety:
A group of around 20 compañerxs went out to erect barricades outside of the Atzcapotzalco science and humanities facilities. The objective was to promote and prepare the terrain in response to the call for agitation and propaganda for a BLACK JUNE.
Before a daily existence of resignation and troubles, before the routines of repetition, of boredom, marginalization, surveillance, abuse, lack of respect; we have decided to go out and break away from the lie that they tell us, the lie in which we live, the order which distributes the inequality and assures the place of the powerful, whatever color they may be, whether they call themselves entrepreneurs, politicians, authorities, institutions, state, market. Continue reading
from contrainfo, transl waronsociety:
I have decided to adhere to the days of mobilization that will be carried out from April 10th to 20th for the freedom of the revolutionary prisoners and against Capital’s prisons.
I will adhere to this mobilization by fasting as a way of accompanying those who–in Chile and abroad–are carrying out actions of solidarity, agitation and propaganda. Continue reading
from refractario, transl. waronsociety:
In recent days we received news that compañero Abraham Cortés was given a new sentence in the tribunal from October 2, 2013. Let’s remember that Abraham is the only person which is still imprisoned for acts occurring on that day.
Abraham is facing a charge of attempted homicide for supposedly throwing molotov cocktails at lines of riot police, in addition to other charges of attacks on the public peace in a gang. For these charges he had been sentenced to 13 years and 4 days; however, in the past few days a new sentence was given due to a successful appeal.
The new sentence for the compañero, is 5 years 9 months for the charge of attacking the public peace in a gang, and the attempted homicide charge has been discarded. Continue reading
Note: The translation below is an excerpt. The full text can be found in English at Act For Freedom.
we receive and publish [Translated by Sin Banderas Ni Fronteras]:
Facing the multiple formats of prison-capital-state’s ideology, opposing the offensive strength of our convictions is to transgress any margin, border or wall in wich they pretend to live on the blind acceptance of their rotten power relationships, their nauseating moral, politics and world view.
The offensive resistance against the current state of things, clearly involves moving from words to action, from a mere slogan to the rebel fighting with existing order, from a simple critical emptied of content to the proliferation of antagonism towards revolt. Continue reading
we receive and publish:
“Have you felt the light rain falling on you, which in a moment is transformed into a torrential storm that leaves you completely soaked?”
That’s how we came down, like a torrential storm after the light drizzle.
On the night of April 9, we left an explosive device in a Ford car dealership located at the corner of Sor Juana Avenue and Riva Palacio Street, a few blocks from Tlalnepantla City Hall, State of Mexico. As usual the authorities hid the fact. Continue reading
we receive and publish:
The last year has been full of changes and transitions for our imprisoned comrades and for those of us engaged in struggle on the other side of the walls. Now, solidly in the throes of spring, we feel compelled to celebrate these transitions and victories as new life and energy burst forth all around us. It is not often that we get a chance to truly mix celebration and struggle – but now is one of those times! On January 8th of this year the Eastern District Court of California ordered Eric McDavid released from prison. Our comrade Marius came out publicly as a man and began seeking resources for his physical transition. We believe these are both transitions worthy of celebration and reason for continued struggle. It is in this spirit that we bring you our thoughts about J11 2015. Continue reading
from feartosleep, translated by waronsociety:
After reading the five communiques that the Individualists Tending toward the Wild  (ITS) have published on http://liberaciontotal.lahaine.org, Último Reducto (UR) wish to make some comments about these texts: 
We are not going to go into the worn and generally sterile debate here about whether or not the use of violence as a means for combating the techno-industrial system is appropriate. Our critiques will go in other directions: Continue reading
from refractario transl. waronsociety:
Compañeras and compañeros,
We would like to share with you the status of the legal situation our Tamara Sol is facing, prisoner in San Miguel jail in a “high security” module, since the 21st of January. She has lived this year along with other compañeras locked down for 23 hours a day with one hour to go out to the yard. She receives two visits a week, 5 people on Monday and 5 people on Friday (two hours each time). Tamara is accused of “attempted murder” and robbery. The prosecutor asked for 7 years without benefits*, from the first day she was detained. Continue reading
from contrainfo, translated by wos, edited 17 April 2015:
February 25, 2015
To the group “Uncivilized Conduct”.
To the group “Wild/Terrorist Behaviors”.
To all the “Wild Reaction” groups of action, written dissemination and study.
To all those who feel identified with the tendency opposed to the techno-industrial system and in favor of wild nature.
Artificiality and its domination of nature grow broader by the day, the plague of progress has managed to sicken what flies in the air, what lives on the earth, and what swarms in the ocean depths. Continue reading