traduit de l’anglais par sabotagemedia

Dans la soirée du mercredi 9 avril. 3 guichets de banques à Seattle ont eu leurs fentes scellés. Cela a été fait en solidarité avec ceux en grève de la faim à la Northwest Detention et pour Amélie, Fallon et Carlos.

-des anarchistes

Apr 122014

from pugetsoundanarchists

During the evening of Wednesday April 9th. 3 Bank atms in Seattle had their credit card slots sealed shut. This was done in solidarity with the hunger strikers at the Northwest Detention and for Amélie, Fallon and Carlos.

- Some Anarchists

traduction de l’anglais reprise d’ Antidéveloppement

Par cette nuit du 22 Février, mous avons versé de la peinture et de l’eau dans les réservoirs d’essence de deux tracteurs utilisés dans la construction d’un nouveau tramway à Atlanta. Ce tram est un des divers projets de développement que la ville a initié au cours des quelques dernières années commes faisant partie d’un plan général de “revitaliser” le centre-ville. Nous savons que ce plan ne veut dire que plus de flics et d’habitation inabordables.

On offre ce petit geste ensolidarité avec la ZAD, le mouvement No TAV et l’occupation de la forêt de Hambach. On voudrait aussi envoyer de nos forces à ceuxelles affectées par l’accroissement de la surveillance ou la répression que ces nouveaux développements ont amené à Atlanta.

Notre action fut très simple à réaliser. Ça n’a pas pris de temps à planifier et effectuer et nous avons trouvé tous les matériaux sur le côté de la route. On ne croit pas que c’est une accumulation d’”actions” qui fait une révolution, mais on a voulu donner notre encouragement aux participant-es actuel-les et futur-es des luttes révolutionnaires.

En avant, les coeurs forts!

from Atlanta IMC

On the night of February 22nd, we poured a mixture of sand and water into the fuel tanks of two tractors used in the construction of a new Atlanta streetcar. The streetcar is one of many major development projects the city has initiated in the past few years as a part of a general plan to revitalize downtown. We know that this plan only means more police and unaffordable housing.

We offer this small gesture of solidarity to the ZAD, the No TAV movement, and the occupation of the Hambach Forest. We would also like to send strength to those affected by increased surveillance or repression the new developments have brought to Atlanta.

Our action was very simple to perform. It did not take long to plan or to enact and we found all of the materials on the side of the road. We do not believe that an accumulation of “actions” makes a revolution, but we wanted to give encouragment to the current and future participants of revolutionary struggles.

Onward, strong hearts!

from 325

This afternoon, February 11th, there was a demonstration at the Mexican consulate in Seattle, in solidarity with Carlos Lopez and other prisoners of the Mexican state. A group of about 20 people chanted Carlos’ name as well as anti-border and anti-prison slogans, and a synopsis of the case and a statement by Carlos were read over a megaphone. There were two banners that said “Solidarity to all captured comrades” and “Solidaridad es mas fuerte que los carceles! Presxs a la calle!” We stood around and handed out leaflets to passers-by for about 15 minutes, then went inside the consulate and read Carlos’ statement again, and left and dispersed on our own accord.
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desde Contrainfo

Hace una semana, sellamos con pegamento las cerraduras de Bloomingfoods, una cooperativa ecocapitalista. La acción se realizó en solidaridad con Amelie, Carlos y Fallon, tres compañerxs prisionerxs del Estado mexicano, y con lxs que actualmente se encuentran en huelga de hambre en el centro penitenciario de Westville, contra un nuevo ataque a su dignidad en forma de comidas envasadas de baja calidad.
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from anarchistnews

A week ago we glued the locks of Bloomingfoods, an eco-capitalist cooperative. This was done in solidarity with Amelie, Carlos, and Fallon, three comrades held captive by the Mexican state, and with all those in Westville Correctional Facility currently on hunger strike against yet another attack against their dignity in the form of low-quality bagged lunches.
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traduction de l’anglais reprise sur Le Chat Noir Émeutier

Tard dans la nuit du vendredi 17 janvier, nous sommes allés jusqu’à un commissariat et avons attaqué plusieurs voitures de police avec des pierres en solidarité avec les compagnon-ne-s anarchistes arrêté-e-es au Mexique. Fallon Poisson, Amélie Pillierst et Carlos López Mart ont été arrêté-e-s le 5 Janvier suspecté-e–s d’une attaque aux cocktails molotov sur le Ministère de la Communication et des Transports et contre un concessionnaire Nissan à Mexico, et sont actuellement détenu-s sans caution. Ni innocent-e-s ni coupables, nous exprimons notre solidarité envers eux.
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From 325

A statement written by Jeremy Hammond for the Barrett Brown/Jeremy Hammond fundraiser held at ThoughtWorks NYC 19/08/2013

Rebel greeting!

I hope this evening finds you all in the best of health and highest of spirit.
Thanks for coming out to show support for me and Barrett Brown.

I want to shout out to all my brothers and sisters locked down, here at New York Metropolitan Correctional Center, at Brooklyn MDC, at Rikers Island, in the Tombs, at Cook County Jail in Chicago, and to all those on hunger strikes in California prisons and Guantanamo Bay.
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from year0

Our comrade Dane Rossman is currently locked up at Toronto West Detention Centre in Ontario, Canada. Dane was extradited June 14th, after being held without bail since February 21st at the Central Arizona Detention Center in Florence, Arizona. Another comrade, Joel Bitar, is currently free on bail in New York, awaiting the start of his trial in Toronto. They are both facing heavy fines and prison time for their alleged participation in breaking windows during the 2010 G20 in Toronto. They are among five Americans that Canada has sought to extradite for such offenses, along with Kevin Chianella, Quinn McCormic, and Richard Dean Morano.
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from anarchistnews I, II

Report Back on the March 15th demonstration in Oakland

Let us begin by expressing our solidarity to the 250+ who were arrested in Montréal during the 15 Mars Manifestation Contre la Brutalité Policiére.

At 9:00 PM, a small group of anarchists that numbered around two or three dozen took the streets, with black flags and banners that read “FIGHT B(A)CK” and “Anti-Capitalist Anti-Police.” We marched south on Broadway, chanting “Anticapitalista,” “No Justice No Peace Fuck the Police,” and “All Cops Are Bastards ACAB.” We made our way down to the OPD station at 7th & Broadway, where we confronted maybe ten riot police. The cops appeared to be on the defensive, so after a few minutes we made our way north on Franklin. “FTP” was written with impressively large font across a Chase bank, and some of it’s windows were broken. Multiple ATMs along Franklin were vandalized, Oakland Tribune had some of it’s windows shattered. Union Bank had it’s front door smashed, Some windows on the Bank of California were broken. But this is an incomplete list of actions we’re sure. As we passed the park at 19th & Telegraph, we decided it was a good time to disperse as many police cars were speeding around the area. There were no arrests as far as we know.

We would like to thank the comrades who showed up, the NLG for lending us a legal observer. Much love and solidarity to everyone who demonstrates against the system, today or any day.

Reportback from Portland March 15th Day of action against Police

Last night a group of about 75 people assembled and left Holladay park. Oddly we left a good 15 minutes before the march was supposed to start, making us wonder who might have showed after we left. Many of us wanted to take the street but were dogged in by the absurd amounts of police on bikes following us on the other side of the street, and the horse/riot cops just out sight. Marching downtown chanting: “Police are the army of rich”, “Portland, Cairo, Greece, Fuck the Police”, “Fuck These Cops we don’t need them, what we want is total freedom”. People from the bars and cars cheered in support, yelling “Fuck the Police” back at us. It was refreshing to see many faces I’ve never seen, and surprisingly many who I thought would be there, weren’t, but hell new is good. Many of the younger folks were thrilled and had never been to such an anti-capitalist/anti-police demo, saying how exciting it was. All and all it wasn’t as raucous as some would like, no attacks and little amount of street taking. But before trollers call us posers, we had incredible amount of support from people on the periphery, even inspiring younger people in our own ranks I hope will build on this momentum. Also there were an army of police. Hope to see more people and less police next time. Thank you Oakland for keeping it fierce, and thanks to the comrades arrested in mass in Montreal. Fuck the police. Fuck the Capitalist order they enforce.
(A)

depuis Brèves du désordre

Dans les premières semaines de février 2013, nous avons enlevé et détruit 17 caméras de sécurité dans toute la région de Puget Sound [Ouest de l’Etat de Washington, NdT]. Cet acte est un sabotage concret contre le système de surveillance et de contrôle.

C’est aussi un message de solidarité et un souhait de force avec les résistants au Grand Jury de Seattle, ceux qui sont incarcérés et sont qui sont dehors.

Enfin, cette action annonce notre participation au jeu CAMOVER, appelé par des camarades en Allemagne.

Brigade des Bandits aux pieds nus, Puget Sound, USA

Jun 062012

Attacks on banks and surveillance cameras in Albany NY – 24 ATMs sabotaged in the Bay Area, CA – Attack on Police Station in Atlanta
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from anarchistnews

Dearest St. Louis rebels,

Hearing of the recent beatings and torture you endured while refusing the compliance your captors demanded is both beautiful and terrifying. More than anything, the image of repulsive swine punching in your face, holding a knives to your throats, choking you, and generally having a field day with your bodies derives an engulfing inferno of rage and malice; our mouths water for revenge.

Last night a police station was attacked to both lift your spirits and aid the healing of the trauma that was likely inflicted on you while in their clutches. This was also done in effort to encourage other devious plots in your honor.

May the coming week (and beyond) be filled with calculated, vindictive, and well executed revenge.

here’s a collection of links to various acts of solidarity following the Jan 28 building occupation attempt by the Oakland rebels with ensuing street battles and massive arrests.

Wells Fargo vandalized in solidarity with Oakland — Seattle, WA + pictures from mainstream media

Smashed windows & graffiti during solidarity march for Oakland — Atlanta, GA

Twelve arrested, bottles thrown at cops during Oakland solidarity demo — New York City, NY

St. Louis: Occupy Oakland Solidarity March

Minneapolis temporaliy takes abandon building in solidarity with Oakland!

Modesto: Landlord’s Office Attacked in Solidarity with Oakland Rebels

Santa Barbara Solidarity, Dont Fuck with Oakland – Wells Fargo ATM destroyed

Portland Police building attacked, windows smashed

Police Substations Attacked in Solidarity With Those Who Rebel

St. Louis to Oakland-Fuck the Police!

Two cop cars attacked in solidarity with Oakland — Chicago, IL

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