Die Auseinandersetzungen zwischen der mexikanischen Polizei und Demonstranten am vergangenen Samstag könnten von Polizei Provokateuren angestachelt worden sein. Im Internet tauchten Bilder und Videos, auf die darauf schließen lassen. Auf einem der Bilder ist zu sehen wie Menschen in ziviler Kleidung mit Polizeifahrzeugen transportiert werden.
Am Samstag wurde bei Auseinandersetzungen mit der Polizei ein Demonstrant getötet und viele Menschen verletzt. Ein 67-jähriger, schwerverletzter Demonstrant wurde in ein künstliches Koma versetzt. Auf YouTube tauchte ein Video auf, auf dem mehrere Männer in Zivil sich hinter der Polizeiabsperrung frei bewegen können, teilweise inklusive Helm und Vermummung.
In Mexiko wurde ein Demonstrant durch eine Tränengas-Granate am Kopf getroffen und erlag später seine Verletzungen. Außer dem ermordeten Demonstranten Carlos Valdivia, gab es noch zahlreiche Verletzte. Die Krankenhäuser melden mehr als 20 Verletzte.
Die Proteste gegen die Vereidigung von Mexikos neuem Präsidenten Peña Nieto (PRI) fanden statt, wegen Vorwürfen des massiven Wahlbetrugs. Zehntausende Menschen gingen heute auf die Straße. Laut der mexikanischen Opposition gab es bei mehr als 113.000 der 143.000 Wahlurnen Ungereimtheiten. Demnach soll Peña Nieto Millionen Stimmen gekauft haben.
Die Auseinandersetzungen fingen an, als die mexikanische Polizei die Demonstration durch den Aufbau von Barrikaden daran hinderte zum Parlament zu ziehen. Die Demonstranten versuchten durch die Barrikade zu brechen, daraufhin eskalierte die Situation und es folgten stundenlange Straßenschlachten. Die Demonstranten änderten ihre Route und zogen in die Stadtmitte. Auch dort kam es zu Auseinandersetzungen.
Letter from Anarchist Prisoner Juan Sorroche in #Italy to Marcelo Villarroel - #Chile #anarchism #prisoners #antireport - Read here: https://enoughisenough14.org/2020/01/27/letter-from-anarchist-prisoner-juan-sorroche-in-italy-to-marcelo-villarroel/
On the night of January 26th, 2020, in the village of Novosyolki, Kyiv region, an excavtor was torched at the Atlant construction site. The developer of the site cut down trees in the adjacent tract of Teremki, as reported in … Continue reading →
We have received news of the arrest of anarchist comrade Gabriel Pombo da Silva, who as some of you would know, had been in hiding for about a year and a half. We send the comrade our warmest and most … Continue reading →
Received on 25.01.2020: Sovereignty was NEVER ceded! Genocide = Ecocide! January 26th is known by the illegal government that holds their power in place as ‘Australia Day’ – the national celebration day. The part of the continent that does not … Continue reading →
Over the last decade the possibility of revolt has been ignited around the world – in places people never thought possible. While the constancy of state terror, and the misconception that the state is all-powerful, has kept the tide at … Continue reading →
Anonymous submission to North Shore Counter-Info 23.01.2020: Last night, we did a sabotage at railway bottleneck in Burlington. This place chosen because of the juncture there, with lines from Detroit and Buffalo joining to go forward to Toronto and Montreal. … Continue reading →
23.01.2020: Peoples’ United Revolutionary Movement (HBDH) announced that they have destroyed the business center of AKP-affiliated member of the Turkish Football Federation (TFF) Executive Board, Hasan Akıncıoğlu. A written statement said that HBDH militia destroyed the office of Hasan Akıncıoğlu, … Continue reading →
The growth of anti-police organizing, anti-imperialist and anti-colonial struggles, and the movement against prison slavery has been central to revolutionary organizing and activity. These struggles primarily affect black and brown people in the United States. In light of this reality, … Continue reading →
AGAINST NORMALITY SOCIAL INSURRECTION FREEDOM FOR THE PRISONERS More than 90 days ago in Chile, hundreds of thousands of people took to the streets in the hope that the struggle could lead to a more dignified life. States can fight … Continue reading →
Milan: Branca Still Holds Out. Two Comrades on the Roof 21.01.2020: The operation to clear the Brancaleone squat at 1 Piazza Alfieri began this morning. Despite the cold and the now 12 hours on the roof thanks to being pissed … Continue reading →
dockers_bayonne.png In France, the movement against the new pension reform has been taking place since December 5th, 2019, and is getting stronger and stronger. Interview with docker and CGT general secretary Dylan: https://en.labournet.tv/dockers-strike-bayonne This reform concerns everyone!" striking docker read more
fist.jpg INTRODUCTION Here Aotearoa Workers Solidarity Movement (ASWM) offers the first of what we hope will become an ongoing series of interviews with workers from various sectors who are having their well being and livelihoods damaged. We begin with an educator in Southland, South Island. Due to the attitude and actions of his employers, he […]
cats.jpg A short history of the Aotearoa Workers Solidarity Movement (AWSM), an Anarcho-Communist propaganda group based in New Zealand/Aotearoa. "...we will ALL be able to dance when weve won, not just the cats" AWSM read more
The post Final Straw: Alexander Reid Ross on Conspiracy, Disinformation & the Far Right; Virginia Discussion appeared first on It's Going Down. Long running anarchist radio and podcast show on The Final Straw speaks with Alexander Reid Ross and Mitch from Red Strings and Maroons podcast. Listen and Download HERE This week, we have two […]
The post Trump, Iran, and the Right-Wing Anti-Interventionists appeared first on It's Going Down. Three Way Fight looks at the push by anti-interventionists within Alt-Right and paleoconservative circles to enter into the anti-war movement. When Donald Trump ordered the assassination of Iranian General Qasem Soleimani, many people feared it would lead to full-scale war between […]
The post This Is America #104: Wet’suwet’en Prepare for RCMP Raid; Report Back from Virginia appeared first on It's Going Down. Welcome, to This Is America, January 26th, 2020. In this episode, first we speak with Wet’suwet’en Chief Dtsa H’yl about what he says in an impending raid on their unceded territory and the need […]
The post Indigenous Organizer, Miguel López Vega, Detained in Puebla, Mexico appeared first on It's Going Down. Communique from the People’s Front in Defense of Land and Water, Morelos-Puebla-Tlaxcala, following the arrest of compañero, Miguel López Vega. To the Media To the Organized Civil Society To the National Indigenous Congress To the Zapatista Army […]
The post Community Profile: Youth Liberation Front appeared first on It's Going Down. Daniel V Media profiles the Youth Liberation Front (YLF) in the Pacific Northwest about their group and their organizing initiatives. Daniel V Media spent time with the Pacific Northwest Youth Liberation Front to learn what they were about and watch them […]
The post Guelph, ON: Community Members Occupy Royal Bank of Canada in Solidarity with Wet’suwet’en appeared first on It's Going Down. Report back from recent Wet’suwet’en solidarity action in Guelph, Ontario at a branch of the Royal Bank of Canada. Originally posted to NorthShore Counter-Info. The Wet’suwet’en Nation is currently engaged in an ongoing struggle to […]
The post Burlington, ON: Sabotage Action in Solidarity with Wet’suwet’en Struggle appeared first on It's Going Down. The following communique detailing a solidarity action with the Wet’suwet’en was originally posted anonymously to NorthShore Counter-Info. Last night, we sabotaged a railway bottleneck in Burlington. This place chosen because of the juncture there, with lines from Detroit […]
The post What’s Next in the Fight to #StopLine3? appeared first on It's Going Down. Life Without Line 3 discusses what could happen next in the struggle against the Line 3 pipeline. First of all, we must again express our tremendous gratitude and solidarity with those who took action in support of the struggle to […]
The post As Hunger Strike Continues at NC Central Prison, Phone Zap Called Against Torture appeared first on It's Going Down. Call for continued phone zap in support of ongoing hunger strike and prisoner action against torture in North Carolina, Central Prison. In Raleigh, North Carolina Central Prison has seen a surmounting increase of prisoners […]
The post Vancouver, BC: Port Blockade in Solidarity with the Wet’suwet’en Nation appeared first on It's Going Down. Report back from solidarity action with the Wet’suwet’en struggle for sovereignty in so-called Vancouver, BC. With the RCMP licking their lips to fulfill their position as the enforcers of capitalist and colonial order, it’s clear that now […]
The Wet’suwet’en Nation is currently engaged in an ongoing struggle to protect their unceded, sovereign territory from the Coastal Gaslink pipeline project (CGL) and the Canadian State. Although the hereditary chiefs of the Wet’suwet’en Nation have not consented to the CGL pipeline, the BC Supreme Court has violated Wet’suwet’en Law by allowing the RCMP to […]
Last night, we did a sabotage at railway bottleneck in Burlington. This place chosen because of the juncture there, with lines from Detroit and Buffalo joining to go forward to Toronto and Montreal. We have heard it's the busiest intersection of this kind in Canada. This action is in solidarity with Wet'suwet'en people in the […]
Thank you to the 50 people who gathered Saturday in SOLIDARITY with the Wet'suwet'en land defenders, on the traditional territory of the Haudenosaunee and Anishinaabe. The gathering was opened with songs and a speech. Then, despite the snow storm, the march took to the streets and traveled from Kingston City Hall to Queen's University where […]
On Friday, January 17th a group of approximately 15 people took control of a busy commuter street on both sides of a ground-level rail crossing for the CN main line in Kingston, Ontario. We used banners and our bodies to stop traffic and flyered the waiting cars with information about the ongoing struggle on Wet’suwet’en […]
A few nights ago, an anarchist settler sabotaged CN's main transcontinental rail line. If TC Energy wanted to transport anything from southern Ontario or further east to CGL sites in BC, it's likely that this they'd use this line. I was careful to choose a secluded site since it would take longer to work alone. […]
Demonstration gegen das Verbot der linken Plattform Indymedia-Linksunten und für Pressefreiheit in Leipzig Für Bild und Co. war es nur wieder einmal eine Randale im Leipziger Szeneviertel Connewitz, die am 25. Januar stattgefunden hat. Nicht nur das Boulevardblatt hatte lediglich die Leuchtspurmunition im Blick, die von einem Teil der Demonstranten in den nebligen Leipziger Winterabend […]
In this intervention, I put forward ﬁve short theses on the topic of ‘ Anthropocene mobilities. ’ My aim is not to unpack every concept con-tained herein but rather to provide a provocative introductory synthesis of ﬁve big ideas about Anthropocene mobility for further discussion. 1) Weare living in the Kinocene, 2) The ontology of […]
Im Jahr 2012 lagen die globalen CO2 Emissionen um 58% höher als im Jahr 1990. Dies hatte unter anderem zur Folge, dass die Wirbelstürme aufgrund höherer Temperaturen in den Einzugsgebieten von Ozeanen stärker wurden und die arktischen Ökosysteme eine Reihe von Tipping Points erreichten. Die Grenze, bei dem die Eisdecke in Grönland irreversibel schmilzt und […]
1) Economic quantities can be changed in time precisely because money, as a so-called transcendental signifier of capital, has the quality of a pure quantity, whereby money is released from current acts of exchange and thus, as a monetary sign, accounts for the time accumulated in the commodity, which in turn means nothing other than […]
Die Inszenierung in Davos zeigte, wie in Zeiten des Ökologismus radikale Kritik und Opposition gegen die herrschenden Verhältnisse marginalisiert wird. Wie werden die linken Klimaaktivisten darauf reagieren? Jahrelang sorgte das Welt-Economic-Forum in Davos für wenig Interesse. Das änderte sich im Zuge der globalisierungskritischen Bewegung Ende der 1990er Jahre. Mehrere Jahre dominierten die Proteste gegen das […]
At first glance, it seems that Deleuze's concept of structure involves a complex form of the so-called creorder, a term that appears at the forefront of the methodological findings of the economists Bichler/Nitzan. (Cf. Bichler/Nitzan 2009) If the structure is updated in each of its moments in processes, then Bichler/Nitzan occupy this process with the […]
I should have said this before, but the word itself is a monstrosity. Whosoever would attach a Greek prefix to a Latin root should be driven out of the city, egads. But let's overlook this superficial fact, at least for the time being. We saw before that metadata is an engineering problem. But metadata is […]
In the opinion of Georgios Stamatis, Marx, in presenting the law of the tendentious case of the general rate of profit, equates value and price, among other things, in order to disregard the effect of the so-called Wicksell effects (including the observation of the relationship between the rate of profit and the rate of interest) […]
Während hierzulande in der radikalen Linken viel über Repression geklagt wird, die Erfahrung eines Knastaufenthalts aber, von den Folgen der Aktionen gegen G20 in Hamburg abgesehen, eher eine Ausnahme ist, sieht sich die Bewegung der Gelben Westen einer fast beispiellosen Repression ausgesetzt. Zahlreiche Verletzte (Dutzende haben ihr Augenlicht durch Gummigeschosse verloren, etliche Schwerverletzte durch den […]
The flow of subjective labor and the flow of objective capital. At the point in time, more precisely, in the passage of time (which has extended over longer historical periods), in which per se contingent encounters (those of the flows of money capital and labour) have "taken hold" (Althusser), as soon as quasi-stable forms of […]
It is the beginning of 2020. I am hoping for changes bigger and more transformational than a new president. If you are like me, you also fear for friends, family and neighbors in the rise of white supremacy and fascism in the United States and across the globe. You may be asking yourself where to […]
Before dawn on August 25th, Rafi jolted awake to the sounds of police outside Spirou Trikoupi, a building where he was squatting, in the Athens neighborhood of Exarchia. A muscular twenty-eight-year-old from Kabul, Rafi had been an interpreter for the U.S. military. The post The Attack on Exarchia, an Anarchist Refuge in Athens appeared first […]
In addition to the centennial remembrances for the Winnipeg General Strike and the memorial for Rosa Luxemburg, many activists are gearing up for reflections of the 20th anniversary of the 1999 Seattle protests against the World Trade Organization (WTO). For those who began anti-capitalist organizing during that time, there are many questions around mass mobilizations, […]
Jean-Carl Elliott reflects on the electoral approach to worker power, using the Fight for $15 and One Fair Wage campaigns as examples. The post Making Asses of Ourselves appeared first on Infoshop News.
Do you want to protest your company’s crappy record on sexual harassment? Are you thinking of unionizing? The post How to Organize Your Workplace Without Getting Caught appeared first on Infoshop News.