We have returned to Ca La Trava, now an empty plot, and we are not planning to leave. This space, until now closed, will again be open to the neighborhood, and we will defend it as we have defended our houses. We want it to be again a trench from which to resist the onslaught of the speculators and give war to all those who are destroying our neighborhood. If in Ca La Trava they make luxury flats we all lose, and we can’t allow that.Continue reading Barcelona: We reoccupied Ca La Trava
On September 29 Catalonian pro independence and antifa activists wer attacked cops during counter protests against an event by Jusapol (Spanish National Police and Guardia Civil Union) to celebrate the police violence during last years independence referendum. All Colors Are Beautiful!
Last night the Ateneu social center was attacked by fascists. The social center was attacked several times before, but the attacks intensified since the referendum on Catalan refendum at the first of October (2017).
We don’t agree on many points in this piece, but still think it can be an important read and can contribute to an important discussion.
Unlike other critiques of insurrectionalism, this one doesn’t come from the left. It doesn’t seek to pacify resistance or manage struggle, nor do its authors believe in the preservation of productive work with a self-managed face, nor do its authors believe in the preservation of productive work with a self-managed face. It doesn’t pretend to be universal.
Dockworkers and members of the CNT, a revolutionary anarchist union in Spain, have won a complete victory after just 1 day on strike, forcing the company to rehire 3 workers it had attempted to fire.
This the second interview of our „Barcelona Interview Series“. On November 18, 2017, we spoke with anarchist comrade Xavi (name changed) of the Negres Tempestes collective in Barcelona, about the so-called Catalan process.
On November 22, Catalan cops evicted the Sucursal squat on the Travessera de Gràcia 173 in Barcelona’s Gràcia district. During the morning hours there was a street vlockade and in the evening a demonstration.
This the first interview of our „Barcelona Interview Series“. On November 17, 2017, we spoke with anarchist comrades Jordi and Maria (both names changed) of the Oca Gracia collective in Barcelona, about the so-called Catalan process.
During yesterdays anti-fascist demonstration in Barcelona, Catalonia, fascists again and again provoked the demonstration and threatened anti-fascists. The demonstration against the increasing number of violent fascist attacks on the Catalan territory was applauded by some neighbours, others joined the demonstration.
Image: Fascist provocating the anti-fascist demonstration in Barcelona on November 18.
Yesterday we documented a demo against the activation of paragraph 155, which will suspend the autonomy of Catalonia and for the release of the two leaders of two groups independence movement. Yesterdays events made us even less optimistic about the Catalan independence process. Fundamental social change is far away.
Image: Front banner of the finger that marched from the Sants district to the city center of Barcelona yesterday.