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Attacks in Berlin and Hamburg (Germany)

Bresci | 23.03.2012 12:19 | Terror War | World

claim of responsibility for the sabotage of 18 ticket machines across Berlin, March 21 2012, as well as the arson of a metro company vehicle
claim by 'International Cell of Firestarters' for 19 March 2012 arson of an ATM in solidarity with Chilean anarchist combatant Luciano 'Tortuga' captured by the state


We do not pay anything! Neither for dependency and exploitation, which enhance profiteering, nor for the crisis of a system that oppresses us. In the early hours of Wednesday, March 21st, 2012, we sabotaged 18 ticket vending machines across the city and set fire to one vehicle of the Hochbahn (which operates the underground railway and large parts of the bus system in Hamburg). Our response to price increases, boarding at the front in all buses and more and more controls, which have increased dramatically since the beginning of the year, has found its expression in acts of sabotage that will hopefully spread!

Attack and resistance! Freedom!



When we talk about solidarity, we cannot ignore $hile. Far away from the clashes there, we find ourselves in the same war against identical adversaries, just like our Chilean comrades.

The situation there drove us to carry out an attack on a target for which Tortuga will be dragged to court.

Last night (19-3/2012) in Berlin, on Bützowstraße (street in the locality of Prenzlauer Berg), we destroyed an ATM by fire. Actions against these machines are increasing over these last few years in Berlin too; in different contexts, they are identified as a suitable target and either torched or smashed with hammers.

Attacks on ATMs usually get gagging order in Berlin; so great is the fear of the rulers that this form of action will develop into a popular sport such as torching cars.

Freedom for Tortuga!

Freedom for all prisoners!

Solidarity with the anarchist struggle in Chile!

International Cell of Firestarters


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