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Banner Drop in Solidarity with Rojava by Anarchists in Indonesia

Solidarity for Rojava/Kurdistan

We’re trying to understand the situation of any combatants who have long fought for their lands and against invasion from all sides. In the past months, the attacks of the fascist Turkish occupation forces onto the liberated areas of North-Eastern Syria have rapidly increased. Ranging from Afrin, and the resistance areas of Sehba, to the front of Manbij and Ayn Issa, to Til Temir, and up to Derik in the North-East, the Turkish occupying army intensified their attacks against the civilian population and their revolutionary defense forces.

Always Against Prison — From Hamilton to Minneapolis

via North Shore

Anonymous submission to North Shore

This evening, we dropped a banner over highway 403 going towards Toronto in solidarity with the five people in Minneapolis facing serious felony charges in connection to a New Year’s eve noise demo in that city. Although we’re glad all five are out on bail, the arrests and charges mark a significant escalation of repression against an international anarchist tradition.

Banners against prison in solidarity with anarchists on trial

“Against the prison virus, Solidarity and revolt”

via Act for freedom now!

As a small contribution to the 9-24 November weeks of mobilization in solidarity with imprisoned anarchists and the many on trial following various repressive operations in Italy, several banners were left in different spots in the city of Forlì: ring road, flyovers and very congested roads and also in front of the university.

Banner Drop Action by Malaysian Comrades

via Bandilang Itim

Banner Drop Action by Malaysian Comrades

As a result of politicians not taking care of these SOPs and quarantine, the situation in Malaysia today is getting worse where the people are restless with the new wave that is hitting soon. Politicians are blaming the people again for the new wave as if the people are not following the SOP and social distancing. Malaysians to some extent began to reject these irresponsible politicians because they did not take seriously the issue of involving the health of the people.

Road block and banner drop [I. W. S. W. A. P.]

via anarquia.info, translation by Anarchist News

Prisons, cameras, police, snitches, drones, debts and mortgages, employment contracts have been some of its devices and mechanisms to reduce our lives to the sad imperative of producing and consuming. Even in this desolate landscape, surrounded by concrete, smog, buildings and honking, there are bodies that resist.

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