We need to apply the methods used by the Kurdish struggle and struggles in South America to actually start a revolutionary movement that is there for the people and not only for some abstract ideas.
What the IDOC’s practice boils down to is the economics of expediency and exploitation. Prisoners are slaves – literally.
April 30th 2019 marked four years since Miguel Peralta’s arrest in Mexico City by men dressed in civilian clothing.
I still think the main confrontation in the world is between Imperialism – corporations and banks and governments and military of the rich countries and their allies or stooges in the Third World – and the people of the world.
Despite the high sentences you’ve obtained against our comrades, brothers and sisters Alfredo, Nicola, Anna, Marco and Alessandro, you have only won a small battle… the war against the State and miserable wretches like yourself will be a long one.
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.
As revolutionary anarchists in the US, our primary enemy is the white supremacist state, whose ideology of liberal democracy is in many ways indistinguishable from fascism.
We know that our struggle is shared across state lines and prison walls. Solidarity with our Comrades struggling in Alabama, in Texas, and everywhere!
As you see Comrades, the revolutionary protagonists, often in particularly difficult conditions, seek by all means to defeat the destruction policies they are subjected to in the enemy's jails.
Hidden from public view and without any real political or judicial oversight, the Prison Industrial Complex has been forcing revolutionary political prisoners, prison rebels, jailhouse lawyers or litigators and so forth into domestic exile.