Italian territitory: Summary of the recent repressive operation in Italy in connection with the resistance against the Italian migration regime.Continue reading #Turin: Call for Solidarity with the Imprisoned of Operazione Scintilla
In the early morning of February 7, the Italian police started with the eviction of the Asilo Occupato squat in Turin. Five people continued to resist on the roof and came down after 30 hours. The building has now been evicted. The eviction takes place in a broader context of repression: seven people have been arrested under suspicion of involvement in a subversive organisation.Continue reading Turin: #Asilo evicted, charges for subversive organization and riots in the city center
Rome, Italian territory: On Saturday 150.000 people marched through the city for the Non Una di Meno national demonstration. The feminist march openly supported migrant, refugee and asylum seeker women in their struggle for rights, decent conditions and against the Salvini Decree.
The Italian minister of interior, Matteo Salvivi of the fascist Lega party tweeted that he did well “to block NGO ships”.
The following communique was written and read out by anarchist comrade Davide Delogu on 10th October 2018 at his trial for attempted escape in 2013 from “Buoncammino” prison in the city of Cagliari, Sardinia.
Rome, Italian territory: On Tuesday police evicted the Baobab refugee camp for the 22nd time.
There are no clubs that are ‘off limits’ to anti-fascists – Laziale AntiFascista. Interview with antifascist fans of Lazio Rom.
Italy, August 25: Some 150 refugees stuck on board the coast guard ship Diciotti in the Sicilian port of Catania have started a hunger strike. They are blocked from disembarking by the Italian government. They have been in the port for the last five days. The Italian government is demanding that other European nations take in the people aboard the vessel.
Official statement by investigated Iuventa Crew members.
In Naples, in early June, a Malian man was shot by three youths in a drive by shooting. As they fired they chanted “Salvini, Salvini”. Matteo Salvini leader of the League (formerly the Northern League) only got 17% of the vote in Italy’s election but in the new “government of change” in coalition with the Five Star Movement has become Minister of the Interior. This is an ideal role for him to play his racist card.