WORDS FROM THE MODULE J.
High Security Prison in the city of Santiago, within the territory controlled by the State of Chile.
By joining us in action and greeting the initiative, all those who make their contribution to the realization of activity and ideas, can receive a libertarian embrace with the accomplice joy of knowing and feeling it. From this side of the wall, where we continue insisting with persistence and subversion. In the wonder of being free embracing our lives, ideas and decisions.
In this rotten present, where the air of the streets smells of capitalism, police, and cocaine. Violating day after day, repressing, submitting and killing; misery is adorned with neons and garlands of democracy.
Social order of the rich, military and businessmen, all together at their table, sharing land and oxygen. There the decision, the firm conviction of a way of life that has nothing to do with power and its forms of sustenance. The reasons for the struggle are over, hence the resistance, the construction, the complicities and all the sincere and accurate expressions of struggle always betting on the revolt.
Noting that nothing has changed, that the reasons are strengthened in a revolutionary practice of present practice of libertarian hearts, a continuous struggle where we come together for more subversion.
In module J of the High Security Prison, there are three fighting companions, combatants inside and outside the prison:
Alejandro Astorga V.
Internationalist prisoner, sentenced in 2013 to 13 years in prison, after a bank expropriation.
Joaquín García Ch.
Anarchist prisoner, sentenced in 2018 to 13 years in prison for the Law on Arms Control and the placement of an explosive device in a police station.
Juan Aliste Vega
Subversive prisoner, condemned the year 2014 to 42 years of prison, for a bank expropriation, and a subsequent confrontation where a policeman fell and another was wounded.