Chile: Poster in memory of anarchist compañero Sebastián ‘Angry’ Oversluij

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Received and translated on 13.12.16:

SEBASTIAN OVERSLUIJ IS PRESENT AT EVERY EXPROPRIATION ACTION AND OFFENSIVE AGAINST POWER

On the morning of December 11, 2013 compañero Sebastián Oversluij was preparing to expropriate a bank branch in the commune of Pudahuel. The compañero ‘Angry’ was entering the branch and pulling a sub-machine gun from inside his jacket to announce the assault. A miserable security guard lashed out at the compañero and killed him instantly. The uniformed bastard had military training and extensive experience as a mercenary in Haiti and Iraq.

We agree with the compañero’s decision to expropriate the rich and recognize ourselves as enemies of capital and the system of domination that generates and propagates the miseries that we live on a daily basis. We encourage any direct attacks against the properties and interests of the rich, we are part of this multiform war against power.
We remember the compañero for who he was and for the coherence of his actions to contribute towards and to further the process of constant attack against the power structure. Memory is a constant and continuous part of our history, that is why we honor this compañero who decided to take his revolutionary praxis to the ultimate conclusion.

“It is time to re-appropriate life, to destroy all authority, to attack police, to attack banks, to expropriate, to disobey and to destroy” – Angry

IN COMBATIVE MEMORY OF THE COMPANERO WHO WAS KILLED ON DECEMBER 11, 2013 DURING AN ASSAULT ON A BANK

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