From Viva la Anarquía (December 15, 2011):
During the early hours of Tuesday, December 13, we carried out a small act of disobedience in the face of the terror that the State and its mechanisms of control threaten us with. We poured five liters of naphtha over an excavator parked on Calle 61 between Calle 10 and Calle 11 in La Plata. We then ignited the flame of our rage, which destroyed most of that machine used to lay the foundations of urban order. Due to its basic need to exist, techno-industrial society’s consumerist lifestyle is devouring what nature is. The real estate industry constructs spaces for profit and encourages the eviction of those who occupy homes or uninhabited land because they don’t even have a roof under which to shelter. If anything has intensified in this Kirchner model, it is progress, which is doing away with water, air, foliage, and the health of every living being. The multinational mining, soy, and petrochemical industries all exist to profit and increase industrialization, which entails death and more death. Their machinery only serves to benefit the rich, and their technology is developed to control us. Beneath the concrete is the Earth, and bursting through the citizenist corset is our revolutionary yearning, which calls us to take action here and now against our eternal enemies. Greetings to Tortuga and the unyielding Chileans who are being tried in the Bombings Case blackmail, which is nothing less than an intimidation of those who publicly encourage the spread of street revolt and the construction of anarchist life.
In memory of those gunned down 90 years ago in Rebellious Patagonia.
LET’S DEFEND NATURE, LET’S ATTACK CAPITAL.