The Uprising in Colombia: “An Example of What Is to Come”

from CrimethInc The streets of several Colombian cities have erupted into conflict in the last two days in response to the brutal police murder of 43-year-old Javier Ordóñez, a lawyer and father of two in Bogotá, the nation’s capital. Ordóñez was peaceably drinking in the street in front of his friends’ apartment when police arrived […]

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Chihuahua, MX: Revolt Demands Access to Water Allotted to US

by Difusión Comunista Anárquica / It’s Going Down English translation of a report from Difusión Comunista Anárquica about the recent uprising in defense of water in the Mexican state of Chihuahua. Since Wednesday July 29, self-organized protests by campesinos and community members have kicked off in the municipality of Rosales in the Mexican state of […]

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Burning Down the Third Precinct Changed Everything

by Vicky Osterweil / The Nation By seizing the cops’ home base, rioters showed that law enforcement is not above the forces of history. Calls to abolish the police are spreading. Dozens of cities are considering cutting police budgets, and police are resigning across the country. In Minneapolis, where the police murdered George Floyd and […]

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Truck Torched at Trans Mountain Pipeline Worksite in B.C.

from CBC News The Mounties are investigating after a piece of heavy equipment on a Trans Mountain pipeline expansion worksite in British Columbia was found burned out by workers returning after the long weekend. The machine, a Peterbuilt rope truck, was being used to help string wire to build a transmission line to a pump station as […]

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