Three years after the disappearance and assassination of our anarchist comrade Santiago Maldonado, words will never be enough to cover the pain generated by the death in action of a comrade in the hands of the enemy and in the recuperation attempt of the reformists, but we can find those that speak of our convictions, of the surrender even in moments where everything seems to be going downhill, of the comrades who time and again raise their heads and in the darkness of the night or in the hooded street struggle claim the insurrected memory, because that is where neither El Lechuga nor any comrade is forgotten, when we do not let the pain overcome our surrender, when we do not give in and affirm once again the social war that the authority has declared on us long ago.Continue reading Buenos Aires, #Argentina: 3 Years Since the Death of Santiago Maldonado
Argentina. In the prison of Villa Devoto, Buenos Aires, an uprising broke out after a prison guard was infected with coronavirus.Continue reading #Argentina – Revolt in the prison of Villa Devoto, Buenos Aires [Video]
A text from Buenos Aires in times of the coronavirus.Continue reading Buenos Aires: la Rivolta, from the pandemic
This year, the Argentinian government is hosting the G20, a one year process during which more than 80 meetings of G20-working groups, ministerial meetings and summits of the focus groups are taking place in our country.
This is a detailed report and reflection on what happened before, during, and after the 2017 G20 summit in Hamburg, Germany. At the same time, it is a letter addressed to the activists and residents of Buenos Aires, Argentina—where the next summit (protest) will soon take place.