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#Makassar, #Indonesia: Trial Update on 6 Indonesian Anarchists

Makassar. Indonesia. February 19, 2020. On September 26, 2019 six anarchists were arrested during nationwide protests. The court announced its verdict today.

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#Amsterdam: #Anarchism in #Indonesia – Information event

Amsterdam. Netherlands. The Vrije Bond and the Anarchist Group Amsterdam organize an information event about anarchism in Indonesia on February 15.

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San Francisco, US territory: Anarchists attack Indonesian consulate with Paint-bombs against May Day repression

US territory: On June 1, a modest mob of 20+ anarchists in San Francisco carried out an attack in solidarity with our comrades in so-called Indonesia where 600+ anarchists were arrested this May Day.

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Indonesia: “A Molotov might blow up a police station or bank, but a writing could blow up the whole world” – Bomb The Palace Manifesto

Indonesian territory: Statement by the new anarchist Bomb the Palace blog.

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#Minneapolis: We Are What You Call Utopians – Solidarity Night for Indonesian Anarchists

Minneapolis, Minnesota: More than 700 people got arrsted during May Day in Bandung, Indonesia. On Junbe 12 there will be a solidarity night at Boneshaker Books in Mineapolis.

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Statement from #Bandung Anti Fascist Front on #MayDay 2019 Repression in #Indonesia

Indonesia: Political Statement of Front Anti Fasis Bandung (Bandung Anti Fascist Front) on State Brutality during May Day 2019 in Bandung.

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#Indonesia after #MayDay: Support Persaudaraan Pekerja Anarko Sindikalis

Indonsia: Persaudaraan Pekerja Anarko Sindikalis (PPAS) is asking for support to defend themselves against repressive measures taken by the Indonesian State against them. Currently, one member has been arrested.

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#Indonesia: Post #MayDay Update and Call for International Solidarity

Indonesia: In Bandung, there was a peaceful action by a group of anarchists almost 1000 strong. It even consisted of mothers, children and teenage girls. Police attacked them and broke the bloc into two groups. They were then chased, beaten and arrested.

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#Indonesia: Statement from Catut Anarchist Library about #MayDay Repression in #Bandung

Statement by Catut Anarchist Library about police repression durung May Day 2019 in Bandung, Indonesia.

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#Anarchy in #Indonesia and the Guerrilla Struggle in West Papua: An Interview

Anarchists in Indonesia are making their presence felt as a dangerous threat to the Indonesian state, capitalists, and monarchies. In the spirit of international solidarity, we reached out to an anarchist in Indonesia to discuss the history of anarchism there, anarchist involvement in the struggle against land grabbing and mega-projects throughout the country, and the guerrilla struggle against Indonesian colonialism in West Papua. We also spoke about the May Day rebellion and its aftermath in Yogyakarta.

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