This meeting of capitalist world powers was met with profound resistance from revolutionary organizations.
We know that in this struggle we are not alone because the daily organization and solidarity from below builds the pathway to freedom.
On Thursday, January 17th, a massive car bomb targeted a police station in Bogotá, Colombia, killed 21 people. The far right regime claims the National Liberation Army (ELN) was responsible for the attack.
This attack was carried out in revenge, specifically for the police brutality against anarchists in Philly this summer, and in general for all the indignities, small and large, that police cause every time they do their jobs.
Many prisoners who are assaulted have no recourse and protection. I would like to take a moment and notice that and if we as a community support prison abolition we need to also recognize just because it happens to our comrades it doesn’t make it any more important than the abuse of ALL prisoners who don’t have support.
In the run-up to presidential elections and the FIFA World Cup, repressions against antifascists and anarchists started in Russia.
The guerrilla group ELN released a communiqué, claiming responsibility for the expropriation of a Brinks helicopter for revolutionary struggle.
For us, partisans of the Revolution, it is crucial to express a solidarity in act with condemned people and to require the liberation of incarcerated people.
Anarchist political prisoner Eric King has launched a hunger strike and is in need of support.
Afrin Liberation Forces conducted two operations on January 10th against the invading Turkish Army and its proxy fighters.