Porto. Portugal. March 27, 2020. We recall that our anarchist comrade Gabriel Pombo Da Silva was arrested in Portugal on January 25th, after a year and half of clandestinity.Continue reading Update on anarchist comrade Gabriel Pombo da Silva
One month after the arrest of our comrade Gabriel, who was detained on January 25 in Portugal, the Guimaraes court has ruled in favor of extradition to the Spanish state.Continue reading #Porto, #Portugal: Update on the situation of our comrade Gabriel Pombo da Silva
Our comrade Gabriel, arrested on January 25 in Portugal, is still locked in the cells of the judiciary of Porto waiting for a possible extradition. The second part of the trial started on 27 January. It still hasn’t begun yet, but it will take place in the next few days.Continue reading #FreeGabriel: Request for financial support for the legal defense of Gabriel Pombo Da Silva
Portugal. Last month anarchist comrade Gabriel Pombo Da Silva was arrested. He is imprisoned in Port now.Continue reading #Portugal: Address of imprisoned anarchist Gabriel Pombo Da Silva
On Monday, January 27, 2020, the trial against our comrade (Gabriel Pombo da Silva, Enough 14) began on Portuguese soil, the first stage during which the following emerged in summary.Continue reading #Portugal – Italy: Update on Gabriel Pombo da Silva and repressive news in #Italy
Portugal. We have received news of the arrest of comrade anarchist Gabriel Pombo da Silva, who, as some of you know, has been in hiding for about a year and a half.Continue reading #Portugal – Anarchist Gabriel Pombo da Silva arrested!
The Communist-Anarchist Group in Lisbon was one of the first revolutionary anarchist groups in Portugal. The group was likely formed under the inspiration of Eliseé Reclus, following a series of talks that he gave in Portugal in 1886. The Group’s Declaration of Principles, published at the beginning of 1887, shows the continuing influence of the ideas developed by anarchists involved in the International Workingmen’s Association, particularly after the anti-authoritarians reconstituted the International following Bakunin’s expulsion by the Marxists at the 1872 Hague Congress. The influence not only of Reclus, but also of people like Michael Bakunin and Carlo Cafiero, among others, can be seen in the text that follows, particularly in the emphasis on social revolution, the rejection of any participation in parliamentary politics, the rejection of the legally sanctioned patriarchal family, and the advocacy of communism and anarchy as necessary correlates of each other. A selection of Portuguese and Brazilian (“Luso”) anarchist writings has been recently published as The Luso-Anarchist Reader, edited by Plinion de Goes, Jr., including several selections by Neno Vasco.Continue reading Communist-Anarchist Group #Portugal: Declaration of Principles (1887)
The Centro de Cultura Libertária (Center for Libertarian Culture), an anarchist association with 44 years of activity in Cacilhas-Almada, Portugal, is again threatened.
We invite everyone for a week of (de)construction a la Maxada! To improve the space we need to take care of the fence, sewage, roofs, oven and the garden.
Statement by antifascists from the Portuguese territory.