The night of 3rd May, after more than 42 days of hunger strike of our compas Mónica Caballero, Francisco Solar, Joaquín García, Pablo Bahamondez, Juan Flores and Marcelo Villarroel.
A few minutes before the start of the curfew, we headed for the neighbourhoods where there was no banging of pots to demand crumbs from this murderous government. Neighbourhoods inhabited by those who, in spite of the pandemic situation, have increased their wealth enormously while in other parts of the territory dominated by the Chilean State, hunger and poverty are the daily lot of many people.
We attacked this symbol of money and capital, a bank in avenue Apoquindo, at the corner of avenida Manquehue, in Las Condes [commune in the rich suburb of Santiago – BancoEstado belongs to the Chilean State; French NdAtt.]. This in solidarity with the compas on hunger strike since March 22 for the abrogation of the amendments of the decree law n. 321. They are using their bodies as the only trench in their gesture of defiance against the prison structure and its judiciary.
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Wednesday 21st April, we destroyed 3 automatic cash dispensers of the Caixa, in Altsasu (Euskal Herria).
We broke the first for freedom for subversive, anarchist, mapuche prisoners and those of the revolt in Chile; in solidarity with those on hunger strike since 22nd March and those who have ended their strike for health reasons.
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WHEN THE WOLVES CALLS
Wadas is the current regime’s national strategic project. Another option if the quarry mining plan in Wadas fails, they will move places. Since when have state withdrawn from their ambitious project? The state will not withdraw until it is repelled.
But to make the state backdown is difficult, and holding the police or bulldozers is also difficult. Nobody knows how long solidarity would last in Wadas village. Everyone has their priorities, and Wadas can’t always be first. We were worried that when the police arrived, the solidarity network was not there. The enemy could have brought even greater force as the solidarity network came after the houses of the Wadas residents collapsed.
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Buenos Aires, 16 April 2021.
Two months after the murder of Emilia « Baucis » Herrera, in the Wallmapu.
In solidarity with the subversive prisoners, anarchists and of the revolt, on hunger strike for 26 days, in Chile.
Today we are sharing an act of complicity.
In fire we find again the active flame of the memory of our trans comrade Bau, shot dead by a gang of thugs because of their resistance, two months ago during the recuperation of land in the Lof Llazcawe. Emilia : the offensive does not forget you, your memory has been transformed into direct actions and the strength of your convictions is more present than ever.
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Mayhem in Old Montréal after a demonstration against the curfew
LPC/Radio Canada, 12 April 2021
Hundreds of demonstrators gathered in the Old Port of Montreal on Sunday evening to protest the curfew. They wanted to challenge the new directive of the Legault government which raised the curfew from 9:30 p.m. to 8 p.m. Protesters completely blocked rue de la Commune near Place Jacques-Cartier.
The majority of the demonstrators were young people not wearing masks. They chanted slogans insulting prime minister Legault and demanding more freedom, while setting off fireworks. The initially festive atmosphere, however, deteriorated when some of them set fire to rubbish in Place Jacques-Cartier.
Dozens of police officers from the police service of the Ville de Montréal (SPVM), some from riot police forces, were sent to the scene to disperse the crowd. On the arrival of the police, shortly after 8:30 p.m., dozens of demonstrators dispersed to wreak havoc on the cobbled streets of Montreal’s tourist district. Fires were started in garbage containers at many intersections. Protesters picked up any objects they could find on the street to throw and smash shop windows.
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