South Africa Anarchist attack

The Economic Freedom Fighters (EFF) protesters targeted six H&M stores in the Gauteng province, where South Africa’s economic hub of Johannesburg is located, tearing down shop displays and throwing clothes around.

In one instance, officers fired rubber bullets to disperse the protesters.

H&M earlier this week issued an apology for the widely criticised ad, which featured a black child modelling a sweatshirt with the slogan “coolest monkey in the jungle”, and said it had removed it from all its marketing.

Italian police violently disperse anti-fascist protesters

A group of anti-fascists and anarchists consisting of between 250 and 300 people attempted to reach the area where the far-right demonstrators were holding their rally, but police blocked their way.

The anarchists then threw thunder-flashes at the officers, prompting them to respond, the local Gazetta di Modena said.


Forecasting terrorist attacks in December

The situation for terrorism in December:

Continental Europe (France, Holland, Germany, England, Belgium, the Baltic countries, Russia and the Nordic countries)

The Christmas holidays will be the biggest event of the year for the safety of the cities.

Almost all the jihadist websites are inciting to commit attacks and from the jihad point of view the major cities at risk remain Helsinki, Oslo, Paris, London, Brussels, Berlin, Amsterdam, Copenhagen, St. Peterburg, Mosca, in particular the airports and the railway stations, the shopping centers and shopping streets, shopping centers, major events and shows.

Attacks in minor cities are not excluded.

Mediterranean basin and West Europe;

Almost all the major Spanish cities remain the main targets of Islamic jihad, as have been the cities of northern Morocco and Algeria for a few months now.

In Tunisia the tension remains high in the areas of the south of the country and on the border with Libya and Algeria while some areas of the city of Tunis are to be taken off limit (Ariana, Menza 7 / 8 ).

Italy, France, Greece and Spain will be affected by the resurgence of the FAI insurrectionary anarchy. In particular, attacks in Greece and Italy are feared.

The days at greatest risk will be from December 22nd to January 6th.

Molotov against the police station in Rome. Burned police van

Fear yesterday evening in the Prati district where an incendiary bottle was launched against a police truck, even touching an agent’s private car, right in front of the police station in Via Ruffini. At about 9.30 pm someone – probably a young man on a dark scooter – threw the Molotov cocktails at the vehicle that had been parked a few meters from the entrance of the police offices, in the places reserved for emergency vehicles.

Italy: Explosion outside Carabinieri station in Rome

A rudimentary explosive went off outside a Carabinieri police station in Rome‘s San Giovanni district at around 5:30.

No one was hurt in the blast on Rome’s Via Britannia.

Two allied anarchist groups claimed responsibility.

The Santiago Maldonado cell of the Informal Anarchist Federation (FAI) and the International Revolutionary Front (FRI) said it had carried out the attack.

Anarchy in Rome

Rome, burned car of the consular body in solidarity with Ghespe and other anarchist prisoners.

Alert, Greece anarchy attacks forecast on december

For some years now, Greece has been shaken by the constant anarchist attacks.

However, the year that is ending, has represented the largest number of arrests but also of attacks.

Several police investigations have shown that the anarchist cells have now moved from the continent and several controls have highlighted the presence of anarchist cells in the islands of the peloponnese.

From the point of view of the social situation, it is feared that Greece will suffer further terrorist attacks in 2018 and more frequently than this year.

The Government, is unable to buffer this phenomenon and the Greek anarchists, find more resources and militants from Germany, Italy, France and Spain.

The attacks in Athens, of 17 November, which are reported in the following video, are proof of the analysis so far supported and nothing to believe that the attacks will cease, indeed, the Police notes suggest that in the coming months and in particular in the Christmas period Athens will be affected by several manifestations of anarchists where the greatest danger will be given on December 6th.

The following flyer was published by a Greek FAI cell:

6 December 2008, 15 years old Alexis Grigoropoulos is shot point blank by cops in the neighborhood of Exarchia in Athens. Alexis falls from the bullet of state murderers and a hurricane of rage rises. This was no accident; it was a targeted murder in the heart of a neighborhood that is, as much historically as in the present, a hub for the oppressed to organize themselves into the resistance movement. The message was clear, to terrorise the resistance, to assert state totalitarian control, to stifle the brewing insurrection against a decrepit system of exploitation and oppression. The story of Alexis is the story of thousands of fighters shot, tortured and disappeared by the armed guards of the state around the world.

In the hours, days and weeks that followed the murder of Alexis myriads of people, who saw in the killing of Alexis their own sufferings in this system, took to the streets around the world. The wave of solidarity broke the isolation and alienation of the oppressed and awakened once again the global vision for a world without exploitation from authority. This history, our history is not a collection of dead symbols. It is our storming ground for the ongoing struggle against the slavery of humanity by capitalist exploiters, their state aparatus and their armies.

States are founded on terrorism and violence. When the political system is losing all legitimacy, when it faces the real prospect of mass uprising, it shows its claws, it becomes increasingly violent to hold on to its power. In this ongoing “crisis” of the political system we, the oppressed classes, are experiencing an attack on all fronts. Sweeping eradication of all that the workers’ movement had achieved with sacrifice and struggle, harsher laws against the impoverished, harsher prison regulations, totalitarian control of public space, mass incarcerations of migrants, violent repression of prison uprisings, criminalization of resistance, counter-terrorist legislations, martial law in our cities, isolation prisons for political fighters. The police is at the forefront of this attack, as the armed guards of the state. Tortures and “accidental” deaths in police stations, violent repression of mobilisations with brutal beatings, chemical weapons, plastic and even real bullets and mass arrests. This is the mosaic of state terrorism.

Remember remember the 6th of December! The state has every interest in wiping out our history in order to wipe us out. We must not let an inch of ground to this onslaught. We must defend our history as our own living selves. We must defend our neighborhoods and spaces of resistance, our self-organized projects, our ground where we live, meet and where we organize to fight back.We must defend our struggles against state terrorism by all means.

We call for an international day of action against state terrorism in remembrance of…

Santiago Maldonado kidnapped and murdered by paramilitaries, Argentina 2017
Pellumb Marinkolla thrown out of a police station window, Greece 2016
Remi Fraisse killed by stun grenade, France 2014
Ilia Kareli tortured to death by prison guards, Greece 2014
43 young students kidnapped and murdered by cops, Mexico 2014
Michael Brown shot by cops, Ferguson (USA) 2014
Berkin Elvan shot by teargas canister by riot cops, Istanbul 2013
Mark Duggan shot by cops, UK 2011
Dimitris Kotzaridis killed by teargas, Athens 2011
Lambros Foundas shot by cops, Greece 2010
Stefano Cucchi tortured to death by police, Italy 2009
Inigo Cabacas killed by rubber bullet, Basque country 2009
Giuseppe Uva beaten to death in a police station, Italy 2008
Alexis Grigoropoulos shot by cops, Greece 2008
Gabriele Sandri shot by cops, Italy 2007
Oury Jalloh burned alive in his cell by the cops, Germany 2005
Federico Aldrovandi beaten to death by cops, Italy 2005
Carlo Giuliani shot by cops, Italy, 2001
Soledad Rosas & Edoardo Baleno led to suicide in prison, Italy 1998
Christophoros Marinos excecuted by cops, Greece 1996
Halim Dener shot by cops, Germany 1994
Conny Wessmann killed by car when chased by cops, Germany 1989
Michalis Kaltezas shot by cops, Greece 1985
Iakovos Koumis beaten to death by riot cops, Greece 1980
Stamatina Kannelopoulou beaten to death by riot cops, Greece 1980
Francesco Lo Russio shot by cops, Italy 1977
Isidoros Isidoropoulos killed by car when chased by cops, Greece 1976

…and of all the unknown and unnamed ones. We don’t forgive. We don’t forget. Not a step back.

6 December 2017: EVERYONE TO THE STREETS!”





The common front of Terrorism

The fronts of the Jihadist war have long been clearly defined and clear.

Al Qaeda on one side with organized attacks and carefully studied,  I.S. with seemingly random attac committed by people who are not technically prepared on the other side.

Direct attacks (Twin Towers, Zaventem Airport) tend to involve heavily the main ​​the terrorist groups. The operational designers have at their disposal a wider range of resources as well as professional training and aspirations that naturally guide their planning to high profile attacks involving highly specialized staff.

Large cities tend to provide a multiplicity of goals for this kind of operations.

In recent years, however, the material performers of the attacks act according to a different pattern.

Attackers and designers are often made by theirself, with limited resources and limited information on the vertices of terrorist organizations, and their first attack is often also the last.

In addition, they tend to have a much more localized view on targeting, instead of considering a multiplicity of goals and selecting those that would maximize the effect, they base decisions on those that are most familiar within.

Objectives that a structurated Terrorist Group could never have considered worthy of an attack, suddenly become interested.
This approach is immediately supported by terrorist group through messages which claim the responsability for the attacks.
The number of IS terrorist attacks outside the war zones ranged from one every 21 days until 2014, to an attack every 10 days in 2015 and every 8 days starting on December 2016.

As a result, the threat of serious attacks in the city has increased, but only 43% of them can be charged to the IS and the remaining can be charged to other forms of terrorism such as anarchy and nationalism.

It is impossible to predict exactly where terrorists will hit in the future, there is no way to know where the future attacks will be.

For the first time in the history of jihadist terrorism, attacks are carried out without geographical limitations.


Photo: Kris

Belgium: Anarchic terrorist attack

Anarchic terrorist attack to international arms industry contractors.

At about  2 AM on Monday 25th September the residents of  Malines were woken by a string of detonations.

Of the 5,000 square metres of the company Varec, nothing remained. Everything destroyed.

A hard blow for Varec, a company that produces tracks for tanks and tyres for military vehicles and is a well-known supplier of the Armed Forces in the United States.