Call for bids on the ZAD 27 Dec. by zadist ’To build a future without an aeroport’
Resumption of public works 30th and 31st January 2016
Hereinbelow the list of proposed lots, updated 25th December
The « steering committee for a future without an aeroport » launch a call for bids to start the public works (which never ceased from our side) on the ZAD the 30th and 31st January 2016, just after the confectioners’ truce.
Hey all you wild cats, dreamers and redeemers out there,
It’s been awhile since Occupy Wall Street came and went. Now the revolutionary spirit is stirring again. We’re building a global people’s power bloc – and it all begins with the #BILLIONPEOPLEMARCH.
On December 19, I’ll be one in a billion! We’ll take to the streets in a global big-bang moment that will, for one beautiful day, make business as usual impossible. In every major city of the world, we will come together in our rage, sorrow, compassion, defiance and determination. A revolutionary carnival against the whole dysfunctional system that keeps us on the brink of climate catastrophe, financial meltdown and World War Three. Continue reading Yes!.. I’ll be One in a Billion!.. adbusters→
latest update: the day before unleashing 500 cops at 7.00 am against the anarchists the National Court in Madrid ordered 2 more years of ‘preventive detention’ for our comrades Monica and Francisco see http://wp.me/pIJl9-6Yd to read about the bpolice raids
update: The date for deciding if to extend prison without trial for 2 more years is 27th Oct in Madrid.. Barcelona demo at 20h in Pl. Diamant a la Vila de Gràcia (Barcelona)
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Update on the situation of Monica Caballero and Francisco Solar
It’s been almost two long years since the anarchists Monica and Francisco were jailed on charges of belonging to a terrorist organization, criminal damage and conspiracy . During this time they have lived in the isolation cells of various Spanish prisons, experiencing the dreaded ‘FIES’ regime and dispersion, but always reaffirming their ideas and illustrating once again the insurmountable gap between the world that anarchists pursue and that imposed by Power.
Two years is a long time. There has been time, for example, to perform two more antiterrorist operations, Pandora and Piñata, connecting the three cases by the acronym GAC-FAI-FRI and charging a total of 25 comrades from different parts of the peninsula with ‘terrorism’. There has been also enough time for us to understand the challenge of imprisonment, solidarity and closer links between comrades.
TLAL statement: The borders are opening after many years, and changes in Cuba are bringing new possibilities and dangers for Cuban society. It is essential, therefore to reinforce the work of those from Cuba who defend a critical, anti-capitalist and antiauthoritarian struggle against the capitalist world system, expressed every day more clearly in national life. Continue reading Cuban Anarchists get going: Crowdfunding a Center→
via: Workers Solidarity Movement (Ireland)This is Alper Sapan, one of those people who were going to Kobane to help rebuild but instead met sudden brutal death in this mornings bomb attack. He has written the text below as an objector to conscription: ‘Hi, I am Alper Sapan. I am a 19 year-old anarchist. I am against injustice, exploitation and tyranny of the state. I condemn people killing each other, violence and the state. I listen to the inner voice of my conscience for freedom and refuse to serve in the military, (I am) for a warless, nationless and borderless world where no one could ever be a soldier, no one could ever kill each others. Before militarism kills us, we should kill militarism’.Continue reading Message from Alper: Anarchist killed in Suruc bomb attack→
The National Court has ordered the release without bail bond for three of the five people who were until now in custody, detained under the ‘Operation Piñata’, anti anarchist raids, on 31 March.
As explained Daniel Amelang to the paper Diagonal, one of the lawyers representing the defendants in Operation Piñata, they are now waiting for the Court to rule on the freedom of the other two people who are still in custody.