Madrid. Spain. May 7. 2021. The collective that squatted the building at 39 Gobernador St. announced this morning that they have occupied a building at 5 Cruz St. to “resist in common and conquer new rights”.Continue reading Madrid: La Ingobernable opens a Social Rights Office in the center of the city
Barcelona. A letter from anarchist prisoner Danilo, accused of setting fire to a police van in Barcelona on February 27, 2021.Continue reading A Letter from Anarchist Prisoner Danilo, Accused of Setting Fire to Police Van in Barcelona
Berlin. DEMONSTRATION Monday March 22, 2021. 04:00pm (16:00).
Delegació del Govern Catalana a Alemanya
Government of Catalonia – Representation in Germany
Friedrichstrasse, 185. 10117 Berlin, Germany.
Valencia. The CSOA L’Horta communicates the “archiving and acquittal of the criminal case for usurpation urged by Sareb, S.A. and that motivated the attempt of illegal eviction” of the Valencian social center.Continue reading Valencia: Case closed against the CSOA L’Horta after its attempted eviction by SAREB
The Green Anticapitalist Front translated an statement published by the Federación Anarquista Gran Canaria (Gran Canaria Anarquist Federation) where they detail the political persecution of their member Ruymán Rodríguez, who is facing false charges to cover up the brutal violence they inflicted upon him as part of a ploy to repress the radical housing movement in Gran Canaria. The FAGC he’s part of has been involved in a very successful social movement for housing in Gran Canaria and has helped hundreds of families left abandoned by the state. Like any other threat to its legitimacy, the state couldn’t allow this to continue unchallenged.Continue reading Call for solidarity with Ruymán Rodríguez, anarchist repressed, tortured and persecuted by the Spanish state for housing the poor – Statement by Ruymán Rodrguez: A judgement
Gibraltar. Saturday February 27. 2021. Action in solidarity with Dimitris Koufontinas.Continue reading Solidarity Action for Dimitris Koufontinas in Gibraltar
On March 2, 1974, Catalan anarchist Salvador Puig Antich was strangled with a garrote by one of Franco’s executioners at the age of 25 for his participation in armed resistance actions. Even a plea for clemency from the Pope cannot change Franco’s (Catholic) mind. AK Press published a book about Salvador Puig Antich. The Book was edited by Ricard de Vargas Golarons and translated by Peter Gelderloos.Continue reading Salvador Puig Antich – Collected Writings on Repression and Resistance in Franco’s Spain
The following is an interview with an anonymous anarchist in Spain regarding the recent riots and general response to the prosecution of anti-fascist rapper Pablo Hasél. We hope this interview helps both to inspire others around the world with news of this uprising, but also to prepare for similar policies that are being implemented across the neo-liberal world; intent on repressing our movement’s voice.
With love and solidarity, we spit on the grave of Franco from Greece, welcome the passion of those in the streets of Spain attacking symbols of the state and capital, and present this conversation as part of a broader project of borderless solidarity in the struggle against fascism.Continue reading “You have shown us that being peaceful is useless” – The Case of Pablo Hasél: An Interview By RadioFragmata (Greece) with An Anonymous Anarchist in Spain
On February 2, 2001, a march called La Marcha del Color de la Tierra set out from Chiapas, Mexico. On March 11 after thousands of kilometers it arrived to the capital Mexico City. The mobilization of the Zapatista delegation proved symbolic and had a strong resonance with a whole generation of social movements throughout Europe. After two decades, another historic event will take place. Several Zapatista delegations will visit the European continent in July, August and September. In Madrid and other territories, different social movements are already preparing for the meeting.Continue reading Collectives prepare for historical visit of Zapatista movement in Madrid
With the arrest and incarceration of the rapper Pablo Hasél on Tuesday (16/02/2021) by the spanish authorities for the crimes of offending the crown and promoting terrorism under the country’s law on public security (Ley Orgánica de protección de la seguridad ciudadana), otherwise known as the “Ley Mordaza/Gag Law” (The Guardian; The New York Times), thousands have protested throughout the country with the usual parade of injured, arrested and hospitalised by the police. (El Salto Diario)Continue reading With Pablo Hasél