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Anarquismo en Mexico

Discussion in 'Anarchism and radical activism' started by punkmar77, Dec 1, 2012.

  1. punkmar77

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    Today is the inauguration of the new president that was bought and paid for with drug cartel money, Mexican anarchists have taken to the streets as of this morning...Mexican riot porn:

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  2. punkmar77

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    Today Enrique Peña Nieto member of the authoritarian PRI party that ruled under a 71 year single party dictatorship took office as president of Mexico. Thousands filled the streets in Mexico City and other large cities to protest. Protesters where met by the federal police who soon started wielding teargas beating protesters, at least one protester is known dead from the clash.

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  3. THEBLACKNOVA

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    I could not believe that they were talking about this protest and "Anarchists" this morning on spanish tv news called millenio... they showed some awesome footage of encapuchadxs (hooded ones) attacking a Hilton i believe breaking its front windows, attacking stores on the outside perimeter of the barricades the police/military set up, they were fucking shit up and burning shit up... i wonder if it will go into the night...

    [video]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qE74paq8-Go[/video]
     
  4. Harrison

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    Damn, that one guy has a machete (last pic, first post).
     
  5. fubarista

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    Most working class Mexicans have machetes. I like the first picture. Agist of me, I know, but I think people with white or gray hair look good. Somebody on Twitter says at least four cops have been killed and he gave a shout-out to his homies in Guadalajara. With little Spanish and no access to mass media (by choice) I hope folks will keep posting here. Hasta la victoria!
     
  6. THEBLACKNOVA

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    Yes they even got a Star bucks...

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    They put those fuckers everywhere HAHA
     
  7. THEBLACKNOVA

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    Some more stuff on what went down on the first day of the new prez...

    [video]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nedOQNRr3tc[/video]

    Here is a link to a Minute by minute of #1Dmx:

    http://revoluciontrespuntocero.com/inic ... mposicion/

    I was hearing on tv news that there were 93 people detained and some are looking at terrorist chargers at up to 5-20 years...

    The fog of a riot...

    a new group has come out and made itself know: Ejército Popular Magonista de Liberación Nacional (EMP-LN)
    in english: Magonista Popular Army of National Liberation (EMP-LN)

    Heres a link to an article on the EMP-LN and there first communique:
    Spanish: http://www.proceso.com.mx/?p=326599
    English: http://translate.google.com/translate?h ... p%3D326599
    NOTE- the english one is through google translate.
     
  8. THEBLACKNOVA

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    For those that may want to know about some other direct action that has gone down in Mexico, like some insurrectionist stuff…

    Here are link to two zines, and yes these zines are in english ;)

    1. Insurrectionary Anarchist from Mexico 2010: Texts, Actions and Communiqués From Insurrectionist Anarchist Cells in Mexico in 2010.
    http://feartosleep.blogspot.com/2011/04 ... exico.html

    2. Insurrectionary Anarchist from Mexico 2011: Texts, Actions and Communiqués From Insurrectionist Anarchist Cells in Mexico in 2011.
    http://325.nostate.net/?p=5407

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  9. fubarista

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    Why are so many people in Mexico and the United States addicted to rigged elections?

    In Italy's recent election there was a decline in voter turnout from 67% the previous election, to 47% this year, a drop of only 20%, yet instead of saying that voters had become apathetic, both the New York Times and the Washington Post ran articles about how Italians had lost faith in their government, and international lenders lowered the Italian government's credit rating. I remember when the EZLN called for election boycotts, but instead millions of Mexicans voted and then over a million gathered to protest the results. The protests accomplished nothing--you can't take back your vote. If you don't like the government, you don't vote in its elections. What could be simpler? Easy, legal, nonviolent, and the only ones who get hurt are the corporations that finance the rigged elections.

    Both Mexico and the US have long histories of rigged elections. But the people never learn. If you vote in corrupt elections, you get corrupt governments. Every time.
     
  10. THEBLACKNOVA

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    PRI offices burn in Sonora

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    The Sanluisino Revolutionary Anarchist Movement claimed the attack; Total damage was reported on the ground floor of the property.

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    Mexico City. - Subjects belonging to Sanluisino Revolutionary Anarchist Movement, were responsible for setting fire to the offices of the Institutional Revolutionary Party (PRI) in the town of San Luis Rio Colorado, by bombs known as Molotov.

    The early hours of Sunday, several subjects launched devices at PRI headquarters in the municipality, where total damage was reported on the ground floor of the property.

    In there social networking space, this group posted pictures of the attack against the offices of the PRI, and to take responsibility for the act.

    In a statement, the state leadership of the PRI, urged the authorities to investigate and clarify for this case, as it was considered unfortunate that such actions arise.

    Two youths were arrested who allegedly participated in the attack, the corporations did not deny or conform this information.

    this report taken from here: http://www.aztecanoticias.com.mx/notas/ ... -en-sonora
    and translated into english by El Nova Negro :D
     
  11. Harrison

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    Fluoridated water.

    But that attack on the PRI building is pretty gutsy. Will definitely be watching how the actions pan out.
     
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    Yeah i think so too. Right after "Anarchist" are all over the mexican television for these actions, check out those links to those 2 Anarchist Insurrectionist Zines from Mexico, in them there are reports on what goes down at the new year, for 2010 & 2011, shit gets explosive all over mexico, a friend of mine was telling me that outside of Greece, Mexico has the most direct action by insurrectionist anarchist...

    Fog Of A Riot...

    -one other thing i'm finding reports are on news papers clamming that anarchist were payed off to fuck shit up, at the tune of 300 pesos, which is about 28 US dollars...

    Spanish: http://www.laopinion.com/Pena-Nieto-pro ... disturbios
    English: http://translate.google.com/translate?h ... disturbios
     
  13. punkmar77

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    Comunicado de Bloque Negro México sobre los acontecimientos del 1 de Diciembre.

    Mexico D.F. a 2 de diciembre del 2012

    A la ciudadanía en general.

    Compañerxs:

    Por motivos de seguridad, dados los acontecimientos ocurridos el pasado 1ro de diciembre de 2012, la pagina oficial de Bloque Negro México, ha sido dada de baja ya que filtraron información de los integrantes del colectivo, así qué, como miembros de Bloque Negro México, nos deslindamos de las convocatorias hechas por ésta pagina, que incitan a la violencia sin sentido. Dando a conocer que la pagina actual que está circulando en la red con el nombre del colectivo, es falsa.

    Bloque Negro México es un colectivo de anarquistas que tiene por objetivo la difusión de una táctica de marcha, procurando la seguridad de los contingentes en las movilizaciones y promoviendo la igualdad y el anonimato que debe darse. Nosotros rechazamos totalmente el uso irracional de la violencia, creyendo que no es violencia la autodefensa. Esta pagina falsa, incita a la violencia sin sentido, sin tomar en cuenta la seguridad pertinente.

    Esto no quiere decir que tengamos miedo o alguna cosa por el estilo, sólo consideramos prudente que por seguridad debemos dar de baja la página.
    Bloque Negro México esta a favor de la autodefensa.

    Aclaramos, también que los "destrozos" de ayer los hizo el pueblo, en una respuesta natural a la violencia provocada por el estado durante tantos años.

    !Libertad a lxs presxs politicxs!
    No queremos bajar a un presidente para subir a otro
    Organízate
    !Ni PRI, ni PAN, ni PRD el pueblo unido contra el poder!

    Sin más por el momento.
    BNM (Bloque Negro México)

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    Mexico Black Bloc Communiqué on the events of December 1.

    Mexico DF on December 2, 2012

    To the general public.

    comrades:

    For security reasons, given the events of last December 1, 2012, the official website of Black Bloc Mexico, has been taken down since it leaked information of the members of the group, so that as members of the Black Bloc Mexico, we renounce the call-outs made ​​by this web page, that encourage mindless violence. We are letting everybody know that the current page that is circulating in the network with the name of the group, is false.

    Black Bloc Mexico is an anarchist collective that aims to disseminate tactical marches, ensuring the safety of all contingencies in demonstrations and promoting equality and anonymity that should be given. We totally reject the irrational use of violence, believing that self-defense is not violence. This false webpage, incites meaningless violence without taking into account the relevant security.

    This does not mean that we are fearful or anything like that, we just consider it prudent that for security reasons we must terminate the page.

    Black Bloc Mexico is in favor of self-defense.

    We also clarify that the "destruction" of yesterday was done by the people as a natural response to the violence caused by the state for so many years.

    ! Freedom to Political Prisoners!
    We do not want to depose the president to give rise to another one
    Get Organized
    ! Nor PRI nor PAN, nor PRD, the people united against their power!

    That is all for now.
    BNM (Block Black Mexico)
     
  14. punkmar77

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    Not anarchists C, police agent provocateurs...very well documented and practically caught red handed....
     
  15. THEBLACKNOVA

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    Oh Shit, fucken provocateurs
     
  16. Harrison

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    punkmar,

    Where did you find that communique?
     
  17. fubarista

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    Yes! That's evolution!

    I remember back when it was, !Ni PRI, ni PAN, ni PRD, los obreros al poder!

    That sounded revolutionary, but somewhat Marxist and statist.

    The change from workers taking power to a united people fighting the power is pure anarchist.

    !Que viva el Anarquismo en Mexico!
     
  18. punkmar77

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    A fellow member of the F.A.M. sent me the link to a facebook page that re-printed it
     
  19. THEBLACKNOVA

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    Arbitrary arrests in Mexico City #1Dmx

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    ^^^^it read: "Federal District police allowed in shock groups to vandalize and so justify the repression and imprisonment of peaceful demonstrators"

    [video]http://vimeo.com/54695867#at=43[/video]
    Woman asks him “what is your name?”
    He says “until victory always” “Uriel Polo” he then read off a phone number and says “it’s my mother”
     
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    I've been to a Zapatista collective were there is space for workers to organize themselves, and all sorts of other activities happen and in one of the back rooms a friend pointed out a book shelf with Marxist, Leninists and other communist literature from like 20 years ago, some of those Marxist Leninists changed to zapatismo... I never asked him for any personal stories as to why?...or how many changed?...or if the center was a marxist leninist center before?...i will the next time i see him :ecouteurs:
     
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