sabato 12 marzo 2011
Solidarity from Iquique -south of Peru -north of $hile.
Posted on 03/11/2011 by ClaudiaLópezPresente
From Iquique we send brotherly greetings to our imprisoned comrades, to which we dedicate the murals we painted today. For us, this is both encouraging and also shares information about your situation. We consider it primordial to pass from discourse into action. To make solidarity a weapon in the struggle. Don’t let it be left and done under a stupid democracy that grants us only present and future misery, manufactured and blotted past.
Today we created double murals. The people who walked through and around the rich little beach here commented on our gloomy pictures, and this is already something, this is something different than supporting the social peace which is actually just accepting the shit and organized crime, the ability of the rich to live free at our expense. Moreover, we are locked up if we do not like the peace based upon cowardice and shit. Even though the media operates complicity with the politicians, entrepreneurs, and police, all of them terrorists, there still are mediums which exist beyond their control; murals for example. So we encourage the protest threefold; through counter information, anti-authoritarian practice, and self organization, for we don’t only crave anarchy, we live it.
For the freedom of all prisoners, those on both sides of the walls!
Stop the montage!
Stop the lies!
Prisoners at war to the streets!
Health and anarchy!
Sindicate No. 1 from la Plaza Salomé González Ñanculao
Muralist Column Sixto Rojas
Iquique, south of Peru -north of $hile.