Nová doba žádá nové přístupy (Tomáš Pecina)

Tomáš Pecina na svém blogu publikoval text zabývající se momentálním snažením PMS spolu s nahrávkou telefonátu Igora a úřednice o tom, že se musí dostavit na policejní stanici i když akce, kvůli které se tam měl dostavit, se nekoná. Přejeme příjemný poslech.

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Solidarity Banner & Event Vienna Aug 19

* March 17th, 1903
† January 12th, 1945

Karl Jungbluth, german communist and antifascist resistance fighter during World War Two.

Jungbluth is a three piece hc/punk band from Münster, Germany.

“Don’t respect something that has no respect – Fuck nazi sympathy!”

Maneki Nekoč (melodramatic riot grrrl, graz)

Franz Strøsuk ​ (hc/punk, graz)


Solidarity Action for the imprisoned Anarchists of Operation Fénix in Czech Republic …

nejsi sám!  proti státu!

Solidarity with the imprisoned Anarchists in CZ!

Solidarity Banner EKH Vien!


Freedom for the Prisoners!

Greetings of Solidarity from Vienna!

La situazione dei nostri compagni in prigione: grigiore, solitudine e fame

Isolamento, noia, 90 minuti d’aria, una dieta non vegana, possibilita’ di incontrare persone solo attraverso sbarre e vetro temprato.
Questi sono solo alcuni esempi delle condizioni in cui vivono i nostri compagni in prigione.
Nei paragrafi che seguono riportiamo come si presenta la vita quotidiana degli anarchici imprigionati e dei modi per dar loro sostegno.
Chiediamo sostegno per i 4 arrestati ed in particolare per Martin e I., per i quali le prossime settimane potranno essere decisive.
Chiediamo anche aiuto a far pressione sulla prigione di Pankrac per far rispettare la dieta vegana di Martin e migliorare le condizioni di detenzione generali e sulla prigione di Ruzyne affinche’ si rispetti la dieta vegana di I.
Per saperne di piu’ sul caso visitate il nostro sito

Cortile del carcere di Pankrac, Praga. Una foto famigliare?

Continue reading e’ una provocazione della polizia, afferma l’avvocato difensore del primo ceco accusato di terrorismo.

pubblicato originariamente 22.05.2015

Pubblichiamo un’intervista dal quotidiano Si tratta di un’intervista a Ondrej Stefanik, avvocato difensore di Martin I, un’altro degli indagati:
PRAGA. “Mi da’ l’impressione di essere una persona giovane e pensierosa” descrive cosi’ il suo cliente l’avvocato Ondrej Stefanik. eppure Martin I. e’, secondo la polizia, uno dei pianificatori dell’attentato terroristico contro il treno. Ma tale accusa Martin I. esplicitamente smentisce. “Se non avesse incontrato gli agenti infiltrati, non si sarebbe mai trovato in una situazione simile” sottolinea il suo difensore.

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Anti Fenix Benefit Party – Wed 22nd July. Klinika Autonomous Center. From 17h, music from 19h

Plakat benefit 22.7.2015EDOSHŮV KURNÍK – Experimental Rap, full on, theatrical, with beats, not to be missed! KH
I AM PENTAGON – Hardcore, with members of the legendary Balaclava, Prague
THE OXX – Tight Garage Punk, Mělník

Besides an incredible music line up, you can look forward to ABC-distro, letter writing station, and in true vegan style, a mega vegan dinner, featuring the grilled kebab (you may remember from the bookfair)! The distro will have their new benefit t-shirt which has a painfully beautiful illustration, and the new zine “The Fenix didn’t arise from the ashes” debunking myths with analysis of operation fenix and the resulting situation. Everything you need to make a postcard or write a letter to our incarcerated comrades will be available too. The money collected will go towards legal aid for the detainees and to provide vegan food for two vegan prisoners, which the prisons constantly fail to do.

It is during these times of oppression when we need to pay attention to what is happening to our friends and our movement, it threatens all of us, only our cohesion and solidarity can counter that. It is true that we can find motivation and passion through punk music and its always nice to take a moment to fully enjoy it, forget ourselves and feel the strong bond of friendship when others sing choruses full of hope! and still, remind us why we are alive. The subversive nature of DIY punk and rap, rhythms and rhymes is one way to attack the very repression we face, and one which the four imprisoned comrades lived whilst this police repression called operation fenix began. So come down and show solidarity, together, with our friends and their free creative expression.

Music is our weapon!

The Czech undercover police agents: Revealed

As posted on Alerta! on 23.06.2015.

The Czech undercover police agents: Revealed
Three of the anarchists who are currently being held in custody, where they wait for a court decision on whether they will be granted bail or remain on remand, were together with other individuals to attend meetings in the “conspiracy” flat according to the police version. Police claimed they should have been planning an attack on a train carrying military material or Hyundai cars and the alleged attack was to be carried out under the auspices of the Network of Revolutionary Cells. Prosecuted individuals are being accused by investigators of active participation on preparation and testing of incendiary devices (Molotov cocktails) intended for that purpose. The are also accused of participation in the logistics of the attack itself. The accused comrades however, rejected the police version and pointed out the ridiculousness of the claim itself, that someone would try to ignite a train made of steel using Molotov cocktails.
Let’s now focus on the important facts. The flat where the alleged terrorist group meetings should have taken place is no “conspiracy” safe house but merely a regular apartment where several people (some of them connected to the anarchist movement) lived. The decision to live together came from necessity of sharing to reduce living costs not from intentions to conspire. Shared housing is a perfectly normal thing, today and definitely not just among anarchists.
The flat occupancy was not the subject of secrets and that is most likely why it was so easy for undercover police to “infiltrate” the group. Activist meetings organised at the apartment (preparation of activities such as fundraisers, public meetings, cooking for homeless people) were also not a subject of any excessive safety measures and such activities can hardly be categorized as terrorism. It was the undercover police agents who were always trying to radicalise the issues and talked about the necessity to do “something more” than just peacefully protest.
The agents were constantly trying to persuade others that sticking up posters is irrelevant and that action should radicalise. These challenges were usually accompanied by swagger about their previous activities. Imprisoned comrades who were in touch with the undercover operatives also indicated that the idea to attack the train came from agents themselves, without anyone else being actively involved in the development of the plan.
One of the detainees Martin I. wrote:
“Operation Phoenix” is a provocation initiated by undercover police agents with the purpose of drag people into it and then put the blame on the for organising the whole thing. I suspect that the police and investigators are manipulating with the evidence. They think we will plead guilty but our confession would represent just mere lie and we can not allow this to happen! It is interesting how one can become a victim of repressions through arranged undercover operations. The police orchestrated everything to blame us with a very clear intentions to involve many people. They wanted to have terrorism case so they created it. Continue reading