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brazil/guyana/suriname/fguiana / represión / presos / opinión / análisis Monday November 20, 2017 00:42 byJosé Luis Carretero Miramar

La situación social y política en Brasil es cada vez más comprometida. Desde la llegada al gobierno de Michel Temer mediante un golpe institucional y palaciego, la deriva neoliberal, en lo económico, y fascistizante, en lo relacionado con los derechos civiles, del gobierno del principal representante de los BRICS en América Latina, es cada vez más acusada. El gigante emergente ha iniciado un proceso cada vez más autoritario de enfrentamiento con los movimiento sociales al hilo del despliegue de toda una barahúnda de medidas de ajuste y reformas flexibilizadoras de la regulación laboral y de pensiones. El movimiento libertario, de hecho, ha sufrido también sus zarpazos.

El hombre clave en las “tareas del gobierno Temer” es H. Meirelles, ministro de economía, que mantiene una política agresivamente neoliberal : sin reforma de las jubilaciones no se puede cumplir con la Enmienda Constitucional 95 aprobada hace un año (que limita el aumento del gasto público por 20 años); sin nuevas privatizaciones y externalizaciones (que empezarían en breve con Electrobras) no habrá beneficios ampliados para las élites; sin desregulación de las actividades extractivas no aumentará la inversión (y de ahí la normativa en ciernes para habilitar la explotación minera en un área estratégica de la Amazonia); sin reforma laboral no se engrasarán las tuberías de un mercado laboral basado en la hiperexplotación y la flexibilidad (una reforma que se plantea, incluso, modificar el significado legal del trabajo esclavo). Todo un recetario de ajuste neoliberal duro para la principal economía de América Latina.

Además, desde el punto de vista geoestratégico, la línea del nuevo gobierno brasileño es, también clara: subordinación frente a los intereses económicos y militares de Estados Unidos, y voluntad expresa de convertirse en plataforma militar de la agresividad imperialista del gigante del Norte, con preocupantes efectos sobre el equilibrio político en países vecinos como Venezuela. De hecho, del 6 al 12 de noviembre se ha llevado a cabo un ejercicio militar conjunto auspiciado por las Fuerzas Armadas brasileñas en la triple frontera entre Brasil, Colombia y Perú con la participación de Estados Unidos. El ejercicio se ha llamado “Operación América Unida” o “Amazonlog 17”.

Por primera vez en décadas, se ha instalado una base militar internacional temporal en la ciudad de Tabatinga (Amazonas, Brasil) fronteriza con Colombia y Perú. El ejercicio ha tenido el objetivo “oficial” de prepararse para una situación de “carácter humanitario”. El trasfondo de la participación militar estadounidense en estas maniobras, queda más claro si atendemos a las palabras del Comandante del Comando Sur de Estados Unidos, Kurt Tidd, en su informe ante el Congreso estadounidense en este mismo año : “La creciente crisis humanitaria en Venezuela puede obligar a una respuesta regional”.

Todas estas derivas, por supuesto, se han visto acompañadas de un aumento drástico de la represión sobre los movimientos sociales y de la expansión de las organizaciones y de la influencia pública de la extrema derecha. Declaraciones de diputados, como Bolsonaro, reivindicando la última dictadura militar y la tortura; acciones violentas de grupos, como el Movimiento Brasil Livre (MBL), impidiendo el desarrollo actividades artísticas (como en el Santander Cultural de Porto Alegre); los generalizados discursos criminalizadores, sexistas, conservadores, antipopulares y racistas realizados por personalidades públicas o por organizaciones como Vem para Rua, Aliança Brasil, etc.

Este proceso, por supuesto, ha sido respondido con decisión por los movimientos sociales brasileños, mediante movilizaciones masivas y con la extensión de la actividad de organizaciones de pobladores, campesinos sin tierra, trabajadores precarios, mujeres y excluidos de todo tipo. Es en el marco de este contexto que las agresiones contra el movimiento libertario y el resto de los movimientos populares por parte de un poder estatal plenamente deslegitimado y crecientemente autoritario, se han sucedido con una enorme intensidad. Los casos paradigmáticos de esta represión se precipitan a una enorme velocidad, como la incriminación de 18 estudiantes y un profesor en el Estado de Goiás (que acabó finalmente con un acuerdo ante el juzgado) por su participación en la ocupación de la Secretaría de Educación, Cultura y Deporte (Seduce) y de al menos 27 escuelas de este Estado brasileño en una oleada de luchas estudiantiles contra el cierre de centros de enseñanza, entre diciembre de 2015 y enero de 2016.

Pero la agresión más grave contra el movimiento libertario en Brasil se produjo el 25 de octubre de este mismo año, cuando la policía de Rio Grande do Sul inició una investigación conocida como Operación Erebus, cuyo objetico principal era criminalizar a la Federación Anarquista Gaucha (FAG), una organización popular de larga trayectoria en el Sur de Brasil .

En el marco de esta operación, la sede de la FAG fue registrada, así como el espacio cultural Parhesia y la ocupación urbana Pandorga. Se confiscaron ordenadores, USB y HDs , así como garrafas de plástico que la policía afirma que se iban a utilizar para confeccionar explosivos caseros. También se confiscaron libros y materiales de teoría y propaganda anarquista, cosa que incluso la justicia prohibió, sin que la policía hiciera caso. Treinta activistas fueron acusados, en medio de una gigantesca campaña criminalizadora en la que la Rede Globo, el principal grupo mediático brasileño, en su programa estrella “El Fantástico”, presentaba de forma descontextualizada a la militancia de la FAG, mientras supuestos expertos debatían sobre los tipos penales que cabría teóricamente aplicar; y la cadena televisiva SBT calificaba de “neonazis” a un grupo declaradamente anarquista que ha trabajado durante décadas con los sectores más excluidos y discriminados racialmente de la sociedad.

Mientras tanto, los movimientos populares de Rio Grande do Sul, denuncian que la constitución de proto-milicias fascistas y el aumento de los crímenes de odio se desarrollan impunemente en el Estado. Reuniéndose en grupos de apoyo al diputado Bolsonaro, los militantes de la extrema derecha muestran una gran actividad en las redes sociales, enseñando armas de fuego y animando a los " Ciudadanos de bien" a atacar a los "izquierdistas”. De hecho, en una movilización de los funcionarios municipales de Porto Alegre (capital de Rio Grande do Sul) un profesor fue golpeado con un bate retráctil por un matón de un youtuber, supuestamente vinculado al MBL, organización que al día siguiente fue recibida con gran cordialidad por el alcalde. También, en la universidad, fue atacada una actividad académica relativa al centenario de la Revolución Rusa, al grito de “¡intervención militar, ya!”

Podríamos seguir, en esta narración de la fascistización creciente del ejercicio del poder por parte de la clase dirigente brasileña ligada a las fuerzas que sostienen el gobierno de Michel Temer. Las tensiones sociales se acumulan en Brasil, principal economía de América Latina y uno de los países emergentes con más potencialidad estratégica. En palabras de Emir Sader, Brasil constituye hoy en día, ante la falta de legitimidad del gobierno neoliberal y la creciente actividad de los movimientos sociales, el eslabón débil de la cadena neoliberal en América Latina. El proceso de derechización del continente, tras victorias electorales como la de Mauricio Macri en Argentina, o golpes palaciegos como el desarrollado en el país carioca, aún puede detenerse y revertirse por la movilización de los organismos populares que, por ello, están siendo objeto de una acrecentada represión. La solidaridad y el apoyo mutuo son bienes de ida y vuelta, la cadena de ternura y amistad que recorre y hace fuerte el hilo rojo de la rebeldía que se extiende a través del mundo. Tirar de ese hilo, alimentarlo, apoyar a quienes construyen el mañana, es también trabajar por nuestro horizonte más preciado.

iberia / repression / prisoners / non-anarchist press Friday November 10, 2017 18:02 byDick Nichols

Judge Carmen Lamela of Spain's National High Court – direct descendant of the fascist Franco-era Court of Public Order – took the war of the Spanish state against the Catalan pro-independence government to a new level of judicial violence on November 2.

It was not enough that the two leaders of the Catalan mass pro-independence organizations the Catalan National Assembly (ANC) and Catalan cultural and language association Omnium Cultural, were already in jail. It was not enough that the Catalan government had been sacked on October 27 under article 155 of the Spanish constitution. Now the deposed ministers had to be humiliated.

Facing charges of rebellion (up to 30 years jail), sedition (up to 15 years jail) and misuse of public money, eight of the ministers were sent into preventive detention, supposedly to prevent them destroying evidence and fleeing the Spanish state.

The decision immediately provoked a new huge storm of protest across Catalonia. There were demonstrations outside town halls and the country's parliament and a deafening evening cassolada (banging of pots and pans). A planned November 12 demonstration in Barcelona looks set to be oceanic.

The minority, but rapidly growing, Intersindical-CSC trade union confederation has already called a general strike in the coming days.

The judge's action was immediately denounced by Catalan President Carles Puigdemont, who is in Belgium with his remaining four ministers. It is expected they will soon be subject to a European arrest warrant, but it is far from certain that the Belgian legal system will return them to the Spanish state.

December 21 Poll

The detentions will also impact the debate within Catalonia's pro-independence and pro-sovereignty parties over the snap December 21 elections. The new elections were called by Spanish Prime Minister Mariano Rajoy as part of his plan to marginalize the Catalan independence movement.

Rajoy announced his intervention under article 155 of the Spanish constitution on the same day the Catalan parliament officially declared an independent republic. In the aftermath, a war of position was almost universally expected: Rajoy and Co would move to behead the Catalan government, sack its senior executives, purge the Catalan police, public broadcasting and education systems, offer election bribes to parts of the population and then – and only then – risk regional elections.

No other strategy seemed possible in a country where unionism (“constitutionalism” to its supporters) had won less than 40 per cent of the vote at the September 2015 “plebiscitary” Catalan elections that put pro-independence forces into government. So it was a surprise for all sides when Rajoy moved with lightning speed – for the first time in his political life – to call Catalan elections for December 21.

Three main factors determined this decision to go early. Firstly, confidence that the considerable body of pro-Spanish voters who traditionally don't vote in Catalan elections could be mobilized by a hysterical campaign against secessionism. Secondly, hope that the pro-independence camp will split between those favouring a boycott of December 21 and those who support standing. The third and most pressing need was to end, once and for all, the international debate about the legitimacy of recent Spanish state actions (such as sacking an elected government).

The biggest risk with Rajoy's move is that it could create unity among the often fractious pro-independence and pro-sovereignty forces. This could occur behind an election campaign to validate the Catalan Republic declared by parliament on October 27, or behind a broader campaign to oppose Madrid's 155 coup and build support for a Catalan right to decide.

At the time of writing, the Spanish People's Party (PP) government's hope of provoking a split between pro-independence forces in favour of a boycott and those who will stand on December 21 looks to be failing. This seems especially so after Puigdemont announced at an October 31 Brussels media conference that the Catalan independence movement was not afraid of the ballot box.

The November 2 jailing of the ministers only makes a more united approach by forces deciding to stand more likely. The conservative nationalist Catalan European Democratic Party (PDECat) and the centre-left nationalist Republican Left of Catalonia (ERC), partners in the outgoing Together for the Yes (JxSi) ruling coalition, had previously both announced they would “meet Rajoy at the polls.” Media reports suggest opinion within the anti-capitalist pro-independence People's Unity List (CUP) was also swinging that way.

Boycott?

The initial gut response of many pro-independence activists on hearing about Rajoy's election announcement was to say the independence movement should boycott. This reaction did not just come from the CUP (whose MP Mireia Boya tweeted that it would be an ideal day for a community paella).

Members of PDECat and the ERC also condemned Rajoy's elections as ‘illegitimate’. David Font, PDECat mayor of Gironella, said: “Let's see if these elections Rajoy wants to have on December 21 he doesn't have to have in the streets, because the councils aren't going to provide halls.”

Joan Manuel Tresserras, close to the ERC and a former Catalan culture minister, told the daily Ara on October 30 that pro-independence forces should “certainly not” run on December 21.

He added: “Another thing would be if it wouldn't be right to call the constituent elections [envisaged in the Catalan Law of Jurisdictional Transition] and, if necessary, even have them on the same day as those called by the Spanish government.

“It is important that the government make a proposal and that this be discussed and agreed with the CUP and the other components of the pro-independence bloc. If The Commons [Catalunya en Comu, the left-wing party of Barcelona mayor Adu Colau that supports the right to decide but not necessarily independence] are there too, all the better.”

Impact of Madrid's Coup

However, these sorts of projections were quickly invalidated by the real state of play in Catalonia resulting from Madrid's coup. That brought the Catalan independence advance, and all the future projections arising from the October 27 independence declaration, to a halt.

The declaration of the independent Catalan Republic was, without doubt, an inspiring and proud moment for hundreds of thousands of Catalans. It was the result of a decade of struggle culminating in the extraordinary David-over-Goliath achievement of holding the October 1 referendum under assault from 10,000 Spanish state police.

It was also something that older generations of militants thought they would never live to see. Now the Catalan Republic lives in the hearts and minds of millions, and the Catalan struggle exists as never before as a spectre haunting European, and even world, politics.

Yet, just one week after the Spanish state takeover, most of the institutional structures of the Catalan Republic have been demolished:

The Catalan police have been brought under the control of the Spanish interior ministry and their previous chief sacked;
Police protection was withdrawn from Puigdemont and his ministers;
All Catalan diplomatic missions have been terminated, with the exception of Brussels, where the Catalan representative to the European Union has been sacked;
All Catalan agencies associated with the transition to independence have been closed down;
The parliament has been suspended, a state of affairs accepted by speaker Carme Forcadell; and
Puigdemont, his ministers, Forcadell and the other members of the speakership panel who allowed debate and the vote on independence face charges of rebellion and sedition.
In this situation, calling for the Puigdemont government to implement the resolutions attached to the declaration of independence is not realistic. His cabinet is in no condition to make them operative.

The impossibility of building and defending the institutions of the fledgling Catalan Republic after the Rajoy coup has made taking part in the December 21 poll inevitable: the thought of what the PP and Citizens would do with Catalonia's institutions if they got their hands on them ultimately makes a boycott unthinkable.

Resistance


However, the political force of the Puigdemont government has not vanished. The president's October 31 Brussels media conference with five of his ministers, attended by 300 journalists, was proof of that.

Puigdemont appealed to the world about the basic questions at stake in the Catalan struggle: Do the Catalans have a right to self-determination? Is the Spanish constitution and legal system democratic? Was the October 1 referendum binding?

The goal of the conference was to appeal to the ordinary citizens of Europe over the heads of the European institutions that have lined up with the Rajoy government. This aimed at raising pressure for negotiations and dialogue, which several European leaders have talked about.

Puigdemont said he would accept the result of the December 21 election and challenged Rajoy to do the same. He also challenged the European Union and the international community to support Catalonia's right to self-determination.

He denounced the legal action taken against his government for doing what it promised to do, and repeated the commitment of the government, pro-independence parties and mass movement to non-violent methods – even while calling on Catalans to resist Madrid's assault on Catalonia's institutions.

Puigdemont was also explaining to independence supporters in Catalonia thrown by the Madrid coup how the strategic position had changed, as well as putting the Spanish political and legal system on trial.

The beheading of the Catalan government in no way means popular resistance has ended, as the November 2 protests showed.

If the managers imposed from Madrid move against Catalonia's firefighters, railway workers, teachers, health workers and other public servants, they will likely run into a wall of non-cooperation. They will face resistance organized through the most active trade union confederation and the Committees to Defend the Republic.

The country's 750-plus pro-independence councils (out of a total of 947) will also continue to project the symbols of the Catalan Republic and organize what disobedience they deem possible in their “liberated zones.”

Approaches to December 21


This reality has led all pro-independence and pro-sovereignty forces in Catalonia – with the possible exception of the CUP that will decide its approach on November 12 – to accept the need to stand in Rajoy's “illegitimate” December 21 election.

Before November 2, it seemed unlikely this campaign would see a new edition of the JxSi alliance between PDECat and ERC. This was despite ANC and Omnium Cultural pressing for a single pro-independence ticket, potentially headed by Jordi Sanchez and Jordi Cuixart, the jailed leaders of these mass organizations.

The right nationalist PDECat has been the big loser from the independence process (and is now down to 10% in the latest polls compared to 31% for its once junior partner the ERC). The mood in PDECat has been one of wanting to recover conservative Catalan voters unnerved by the independence process's leftward shift.

Former business minister Santi Vila, who publicly opposed the October 27 independence declaration, has put himself forward as the leader of this “moderate independentism.” He will, however, be opposed by other PDECat leaders who remain loyal to Puigdemont and the independence process.

The ERC scheme for December 21 has been that of a “republican front” that excludes PDECat, while trying to attract unaffiliated independence activists and, in particular, Podemos Catalonia. Led by Albano Dante Fachin, Podemos Catalonia has fallen out with the Podemos leadership in the Spanish state over the latter's refusal to ally with any pro-independence forces for December 21.

As for the campaign of Catalunya en Comu, it will be led by Xavier Domenech (presently leader of En Como Podem in the Spanish parliament). Its central theme will be defence of Catalonia's institutions against Madrid's intervention.

Podemos Catalonia, which is not part of Catalunya en Comu, has raised the possibility of a united campaign by all forces – pro-independence or not – that support a Catalan right to decide and oppose Rajoy's planned destruction of Catalan autonomy.

However, Podemos Spanish-wide general secretary Pablo Iglesias publicly opposes an alliance with pro-independence forces. He judges it would destroy any chance of Catalonia en Comu winning support from working-class unionist voters – in Catalonia and across the Spanish state. Their vote would go to the PSC or even the new-right Citizens.

On October 29, the Podemos’ Spanish-state leadership instructed Podemos Catalonia to hold a membership poll with the question: “Do you support Podemos standing in the December 21 elections in coalition with Catalunya en Comu and related political forces that do not approve either the declaration of independence or the application of article 155, with the word Podemos in the name of the coalition and on the voting paper?”

The Iglesias leadership is almost certain to win this ballot – which Fachin is boycotting – but that result won't solve the challenge that the November 2 arrests have dramatized.

That challenge is how to maximise support for pro-independence and pro-sovereignty forces in the face of what is certain to be a brutal campaign aimed at scaring every last doubter about Catalan independence to vote for the unionist parties.

To stand a chance of defeating it, Catalunya en Comu will have to do more than just saying, as it has to date, “neither 155 nor the unilateral declaration of independence.”
italia / svizzera / repressione / prigionieri / comunicato stampa Monday November 06, 2017 18:26 byAnarkismo Organizations - Anarkismo Network

Solidarietà alla Federação Anarquista Gaúcha (FAG), alla Coordenação Anarquista Brasileira (CAB) ed al movimento anarchico di Porto Alegre ed in Brasilel!
Solidarietà con gli scioperi dei lavoratori della scuola e del Comune a Rio Grande do Sul!
Per il socialismo e per la libertà!

Brasile - Giù le mani dal movimento anarchico! Solidarietà con la FAG e gli anarchici brasiliani!

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Abbiamo appreso che lo scorso 25 ottobre è stata lanciata «Érebo» (dal nome Erebus del dio greco dell'oscurità), un'ampia operazione di polizia contro il movimento anti-autoritario.

La polizia ha perquisito almeno 4 sedi libertarie e dichiara di avere mandati di perquisizione per un'altra dozzina di sedi e di abitazioni di 30 persone. Hanno perquisito le sedi occupate da Pandorga e Parrhesia come pure lo spazio politico e culturale Ateneu Libertário Batalha da Várzea che prima era la sede ufficiale della FAG. Con questa operazione viene particolarmente colpita la Federação Anarquista Gaúcha (FAG) perchè considerata nella consueta stupidità della polizia l'organizzazione principale del movimento anarchico di Porto Alegre. La FAG è accusata di costituire una organizzazione criminale dedita a commettere crimini contro la proprietà pubblica e privata.

Va detto che non è la prima volta che la FAG viene colpita. Infatti è la quarta volta in meno di 10 anni che la FAG viene presa di mira dalla polizia e dallo Stato del Rio Grande do Sul (RS, Brazil). Nell'ottobre 2009, mentre la FAG stava conducendo una campagna sulle responsabilità della polizia nella morte di Elton Brum, parecchi poliziotti in assetto anti-sommossa perquisirono la sede della FAG senza alcun mandato mettendo a verbale che era stato rinvenuto materiale di propaganda e letteratura anarchica! Nel 2013, ci sono state due perquisizioni da parte della polizia, in giugno ed in ottobre, nella sede dell'Ateneu Libertário Batalha da Várzea dove hanno requisito e danneggiato computers, mobilio e documentazione. In quel periodo, altre sedi della sinistra sociale e politica nonchè abitazioni private vennero perquisite perchè facenti parte del Bloco de Luta.

Oggi, questa operazione si esplica in un contesto in cui lo State di Rio Grande do Sul ed il comune di Porto Alegre devono fare i conti con lotte dure e determinate nel settore della scuola e degli impiegati comunali. Il governo di Temer è sommerso dai casi di corruzione. La FAG partecipa alle lotte in corso a Porto Alegre quale gruppo di attivisti e lavoratori con idee e prassi libertarie.
L'operazione di polizia Érebo punta a criminalizzare i movimenti sociali ed in particolare la FAG unitamente all'ideologia sociale anarchica che essa sostiene. Questa operazione punta a smontare le lotte ed i sindacati che usano l'azione diretta per difendere le condizioni di vita contro le misure di austerità, contro il sistema capitalista, contro il colonalismo, il razzismo ed il patriarcato.

Ma nessuno può cancellare le idee che sono state il cuore pulsante del movimento dei lavoratori per decenni, nessuno può cancellare la rivolta per la libertà, per l'autonomia di classe, per la democrazia diretta e per il potere popolare!

Giù le mani da chi lotta nella società!
Solidarietà alla Federação Anarquista Gaúcha (FAG), alla Coordenação Anarquista Brasileira (CAB) ed al movimento anarchico di Porto Alegre ed in Brasilel!
Solidarietà con gli scioperi dei lavoratori della scuola e del Comune a Rio Grande do Sul!
Per il socialismo e per la libertà!


La rete Anarkismo e le seguenti organizzazioni firmatarie:
Melbourne Anarchist Communist Group - Melbourne, Australia
Alternative Libertaire - Francia
Alternativa Libertaria/fdca - Italia
Coordination des Groupes Anarchistes - Francia
Organisation Socialiste Libertaire - Svizzera
Workers Solidarity Movement - Irlanda
Zabalaza Anarchist Communist Front - Sud Africa

Nous avons appris que le 25 octobre, une grande opération de police appelée « Erèbe » (Érebo en portugais, le nom du dieu grec des ténèbres) a été lancé contre le mouvement anti-autoritaire.
La police civile a envahi au moins 4 lieux libertaires et prétend avoir des mandats contre une douzaine de lieux et environ 30 personnes. Ils ont perquisitionné le squat Pandorga et les locaux de Parrhesia, ainsi que l’espace politique et culturel de l’Athénée Libertaire Batalha da Várzea, qui était connu pour être les locaux officiels de la FAG (ce n’est plus le cas). La Fédération Anarchiste Gaúcha (FAG) est particulièrement ciblée par cette opération : elle est considérée par la police, toujours aussi stupide, comme le cerveau du mouvement anarchiste à Porto Alegre. Les camarades sont accusé-e-s d’association de malfaiteurs dans l’objectif de commettre des dépradations contre des propriétés publiques et privées.

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Il convient de rappeler que ce n’est pas la première fois qu’une telle occupation a lieu. En réalité, c’est la 4ème fois en moins de 10 ans que la FAG est ciblée par la police et l’État de Rio Grande do Sul (RS, Brésil). En Octobre 2009, alors que la FAG menait une campagne sur le crime policier d’Elton Brum, plusieurs policiers en civil avaient pénétré le bâtiment sans mandat et déclaré qu’il y avait trouvé… de la propagande anarchiste ! En 2013, la police avait envahi à deux reprises, en juin et en octobre, l’Athénée Libertaire Batalha da Várzea pour saisir ou détruire les meubles, les ordinateurs et les documents. A ce moment là, d’autres locaux de la gauche politique et sociale et des domiciles individuels avaient également été perquisitionnés en tant que membres du Bloco de Luta.

Aujourd’hui, cette opération a lieu alors que l’État de Rio Grande do Sul et la municipalité de Porto Alegre font face à des mouvements de grèves puissants et déterminés, de la part des travailleuses et travailleurs de l’éducation et de la municipalité. Dans le même temps, le gouvernement de Temer est englué dans des affaires de corruption. La FAG prend part dans les luttes en cours à Porto Alegre en tant que groupe militant et comme travailleuses et travailleurs de ces secteurs, avec leurs idées et leurs pratiques libertaires.

L’opération de police Érebo entend criminaliser les mouvements sociaux et en particulier la FAG et l’idéologie anarchiste sociale qu’elle défend. Elle ambitionne de désarmer les luttes et les syndicats qui utilisent l’action directe pour défendre leurs conditions de vie contre les mesures d’austérité et le système capitaliste, contre le colonialisme, le racisme et le patriarcat.

Mais il est impossible d’effacer des idées qui ont été le coeur vivant du mouvement ouvrier pour des décennies, il est impossible d’effacer la révolte pour la liberté, l’indépendance de classe, la démocratie directe et le pouvoir populaire !


Bas les pattes des gens en lutte !
Solidarité avec la Fédération Anarchiste Gaúcha (FAG), la Coordination Anarchiste Brésilienne (CAB) et le mouvement anarchiste à Porto Alegre et dans tout le Brésil !
Solidarité avec les grèves de l’éducation et de la municipalité de Porto Alegre dans l’État de Rio Grande do Sul !
Pour le socialisme et la liberté !


Le Réseau Anarkismo et ses organisations :
Melbourne Anarchist Communist Group - Melbourne, Australie
Alternative Libertaire - France
Alternativa Libertaria - Italie
Coordination des Groupes Anarchistes - France
Organisation Socialiste Libertaire - Suisse
Workers Solidarity Movement - Irlande
Zabalaza Anarchist Communist Front - Afrique du Sud
brazil/guyana/suriname/fguiana / repression / prisoners / feature Sunday November 05, 2017 21:41 byAnarkismo Organizations
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Against normalization and repression: Struggle and organize !

We learnt that on October 25th, a large police operation called « Erebus » (Érebo in Portuguese, i.e. the name of the Greek god of darkness) was launched against the anti-authoritarian movement.

The civil police invaded at least 4 libertarian premises and claims to have warrants against a dozen of premises and about 30 people. They raided the occupation Pandorga and the Parrhesia premises as well as the political and cultural space Ateneu Libertário Batalha da Várzea that used to be FAG’s official premises. The Federação Anarquista Gaúcha (FAG) is specifically targeted by this operation as it is considered by the stupid-as-usual police to be the top organization of the anarchist movement in Porto Alegre. They are accused of forming a gang in order to commit crimes against public and private possessions.

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textBrasile - Giù le mani dal movimento anarchico! Solidarietà con la FAG e gli anarchici bras... Nov 06 18:26 by Anarkismo Organizations - Anarkismo Network 0 comments

textBas les pattes du mouvement anarchiste ! Solidarité avec la FAG et les anarchistes au Brés... Nov 05 22:33 by Anarkismo Organizations 0 comments

fag_demo.jpg imageHands off the anarchist movement ! Solidarity with the FAG and the anarchists in Brazil ! Nov 05 21:41 by Anarkismo Organizations 1 comments

22089863_1950783278524683_5291511063971490928_n.jpg imageNota De Solidariedade Do CPERS Sindicato Nov 03 20:19 by evandro 0 comments

anarquismo_nao_e_crime.jpg imageOPINIÃO DA CAB Nov 03 20:03 by evandro 0 comments

textDeclaración de la Biblioteca Popular José Ingenieros sobre la represión en Porto Alegre Oct 30 01:24 by BPJI 0 comments

textDeclaración de la Federación Anarquista Uruguaya sobre la Represión en Porto Alegre Oct 30 01:19 by FAU 0 comments

textUrgent ! Contre la criminalisation, entourez de solidarité celles et ceux qui luttent ! Oct 27 00:22 by FAG 0 comments

textUrgente! Contro la criminalizzazione, circondare di solidarietà chi lotta! Oct 26 23:52 by FAG 0 comments

fag_1.jpg imageURGENTE! Contra A Criminalização, Rodear De Solidariedade Aos Que Lutam! Oct 26 21:35 by FAG 0 comments

fag_2_1.jpg imageΒραζιλία - Επείγο ... Oct 26 20:44 by Federação Anarquista Gaúcha (Αναρχική Ομοσπονδία Gaúcha - FA 0 comments

fag_2.jpg imageURGENT! Against Criminalization, Surround Those That Struggle With Solidarity Oct 26 16:53 by FAG 0 comments

fag.jpg image25 De Outubro. Alerta De Solidariedade Oct 26 02:19 by evandro couto 0 comments

textSantiago Maldonado Presente! Oct 23 02:56 by Alternativa Libertaria/FdCA 0 comments

download.jpg imageΝίκη στους Nuriye Gülmen και S... Oct 16 17:52 by Ελευθεριακή Πρωτοβουλία Θεσσαλονίκης 0 comments

ghonml83.png imageΓια την καταστολ^... Oct 08 19:13 by CGT Barcelona 0 comments

textSolidarity with the strike in Catalonia! Madrid against the repression of the Catalan peop... Oct 04 00:00 by Several Organisations 0 comments

textSolidarité avec la grève en Catalogne. Madrid contre la répression du peuple catalan. Oct 03 23:48 by Plusieurs organisations 0 comments

img20171002wa0003.jpg imageSolidaridad con la huelga en Cataluña. Madrid contra la represión al pueblo catalán. Oct 03 18:30 by Varias organizaciones 0 comments

cat_libertaria.jpg imageΓια τη Γενική Απε ... Oct 03 04:57 by Ελευθεριακές οργανώσεις Καταλονίας 0 comments

download.jpg imageΑλληλεγγύη στον ^... Sep 20 06:41 by Ελευθεριακή Πρωτοβουλία Θεσσαλονίκης 0 comments

ykbxfxpzt02fgzghe0up_g.jpg imageΑλληλεγγύη στους... Sep 15 19:02 by Όμικρον72 0 comments

linksunten768x772_1.png imageΑλληλεγγύη στο linksunten... Sep 11 19:20 by Αναρχική Ομοσπονδία 0 comments

linksunten768x772.png imageSolidarity to linksunten.indymedia.org Sep 08 06:02 by Anarchist Federation (Greece) 0 comments

linksunten768x772_1.png imageΗ καταστολή δεν μ ... Aug 31 21:04 by Coordination des Groupes Anarchistes 0 comments

linksunten768x772.png imageEn Allemagne et ailleurs, la répression ne nous fera pas taire ! Aug 31 19:11 by Relations Internationales 0 comments

textNot in Germany, not anywhere else : repression can’t silence us ! Aug 30 21:30 by Relations Internationales 0 comments

linksunten768x772.png imageEn Allemagne et ailleurs, la répression ne nous fera pas taire ! Aug 30 21:22 by Relations Internationales 0 comments

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