Paris

A spark

from Attaque via Act for freedom now!

Paris, France – A spark

In the night between 21st and 22nd September we set fire to a diplomat’s car in rue Roger Bacon, Paris. The reasons for this action seem clear to us: the path to freedom passes through the struggle against States and their servants. This little fire won’t change the world, some might say. That is true, but each action is a small spark that shines in the night and looks for a powder keg. Even more importantly, the decision to return the blows and fight the world and its horrors changes our lives here and now. This decision gives us moments of a life lived fully.

Solidarity with Anarchist Prisoners

via Attaque

Paris, France: Solidarity with Anarchist Prisoners in Belarus and Around the World

On August 29, 2020, we cracked flares, unfurled banners and made a photo in response to the solidarity call of ABC Belarus.

2 Arsons

via: roundrobin.info

Paris, France: 2 incendiary attacks

Solidarity with our comrades in prison is something essential. And even if it is a constant practice, day after day, we like the idea of an international campaign to remember them. A solidarity that should be more than words, more than paint and testimonies. In the night between 24 and 25 August, in the Passage de Lagny, in Paris, we set fire to a van of the Eiffage company infamous for building prisons (and the huge open air prison: these increasingly guarded and inhuman cities).

France : Letter from Anarchist Prisoner Embers, Imprisoned Since May Day in Paris

From Act For Freedom!

After being arrested in Paris on the eve of May 1 and spending three months in detention, orchestrated by the hunting grounds, the prosecutor who accuses, the judge who questions and the press that condemns, the possibility of my release has been canceled by the prosecutor because he thinks there is a risk of recidivism and because of my determination not to give up. They expect me to say that I accept that violence belongs to them, to condemn before their pressure the actions of comrades and the riots. They ask me about what I have in my head, and if I refuse to answer it is due to what lives in my heart.

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