Argentina: Incendiary attack against a police car in Buenos Aires by ‘Luddite Cell’ FAI-FRI

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The rebellion has no relationship with this society other than to take advantage of it for the purpose of its destruction.

The police are at the forefront of submission and have a very important role in society, with their conduct they educate the civil ones to respect them and even collaborate with them in their work.

It smells bad in these airs*, and it’s widely known how rotten it is in Europe against those who don’t bow down before the bourgeois morality of God, Fatherland and King.

On Monday 11.04.16 we set fire to a patrol car of the FPA (Federal Police Argentina) at police station 47 on the corner of Nazca and Habana. With this communique our cell claims responsibility for the attack.

Long live the black international of anarchists of praxis.

Fire to the police and the false critics.

Luddite Cell

FAI-FRI (Informal Anarchist Federation / International Revolutionary Front)

(via Argentina Indymedia)

*Translation note – refers to Buenos Aires

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4 Responses to Argentina: Incendiary attack against a police car in Buenos Aires by ‘Luddite Cell’ FAI-FRI

  1. Pingback: Buenos Aires, Argentina: Incendiary attack against a police car by ‘Luddite Cell’ FAI-FRI | Mpalothia

  2. aires says:

    we presume that by “Por estos aires” they refer to [buenos] aires…:

    It smells bad in these airs, and it’s widely known how rotten it is in Europe against those who don’t bow down before the bourgeois morality of God, Fatherland and King.

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  3. Pingback: Argentina: Incendiary attack against a police car in Buenos Aires by ‘Luddite Cell’ FAI-FRI — Insurrection News | Insurrection Behavior

  4. Thanks comrades, we will edit the post

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