Circle of Individualists for Anarchy and the Kapibara Group cells of the Informal Anarchist Federation / International Revolutionary Front (FAI-IRF) have claimed responsibility for an incendiary attack against the University of Andrés Bello (UNAB) in the early hours of January 24th that completely destroyed the science faculty of the institution. According to a communique posted by the group, cell members were able to easily gain access to the building and place a timed incendiary device that contained a mixture of potassium nitrate, gasoline and oil and then exit the building without being spotted or apprehended. The attack was carried out within the framework of an anti-civilization / anti-technology perspective and in solidarity with Transgender eco-anarchist prisoner Marius Mason, held hostage by the US state and with anarchist prisoner Natalia ‘Tato’ Collado, held hostage by the Chilean state.
Translated excerpts from the claim of responsibility:
A proliferation of attacks and coordination of groups and individuals to hit harder and constantly against patriarchal civilization and its techno-industrial fabric, the path is arduous and uncertain, only our actions in the present reveal our real convictions. The light that blinds our eyes is darkness to us. As the day dawns to which we are awake, there are still many days to dawn, the sun is but a morning star.
Hugs to all those who defend what we have lost, who do not all this debased exploitation and rape of the earth to go unpunished.
In particular this is a small nod to Marius Jacob Mason and Natalia Collado.
Greetings and strength to all those incarcerated in prison cages.