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Belarussian anarchists call for solidarity!
russia / ukraine / belarus | repression / prisoners | news report Freitag März 24, 2006 22:05 by via A-Infos
This morning Belarussian anarchists distributed information, that last night 3.30 a.m. OMON moved to destroy tent camp that has been put up in the city center to protest fraud elections in Belarus. Opposition demonstrators had gathered in a central square in the Belarussian capital Minsk since President Alexander Lukashenko secured a third term in office last Sunday.
This morning Belarussian anarchists distributed information, that last night 3.30 a.m. OMON moved to destroy tent camp that has been put up in the city center to protest fraud elections in Belarus. 30-40 tents were trashed, around 500 people arrested. Among destroyed tents there was a tent of Belarussian indymedia (belarus.indymedia.org), and among arrested there many known anarchists, such as members of anarcho-punk band Deviation (singer Stas Pochyobut) and editors of banned satirical anarchist paper Navinki. Anarchists were constantly present in the tent camp with few dozen people. Arrested people were heavily brutalized. As all the police stations in the city are full of people arrested during last 10 days (opposition estimates number of people arrested all around Belarus as 5000), people arrested in square were taken to unknown destinations off the city limits. Their place, condition and charges pressed against them are currently unknown.
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Show your ass to the authorities: call for solidarity with Belarusian anarchists from 25th February ... 21:15 Mo 09 Feb 0 comments
The forth presidential term of Alexander Lukashenko will expire in 2015. In 21 years Lukashenko has managed to suppress almost all social struggles in the country, kill several political opponents in the 90s, and eradicate nearly all of the official opposition. Lukashenko didn’t allow Belarusian society to transcend the limits of Soviet mentality. Any complaint or criticism of the government are met with repression from the police or the KGB. Any attempts of organizing face with prosecution and hysteria from the state. The policy of the government can be described simply as follows: “Everything that cannot be controlled must be destroyed”. At this moment Belarusian state is slowly but steadily getting to the extermination of any dissent or independent thinking.
In support of the radical left in Russia 20:34 Di 05 Mär 0 comments
When he was in Moscow on Thursday 28 February last, the day when the trial of 19 militants from the Russian Socialist Movement (revolutionary Marxists and Trotskyists), the Left Front of Russia (in opposition to the Communist Party) and Autonomous Action (libertarian communists) started, François Hollande kept quiet in the name of the superior interests of French companies who do business with Russia. [Français]
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On the evening of 14th April officers of the Center of Counteraction Against Extremism (“Center E”) in the Tyumen region searched the house of, and arrested for 48 hours, local anarchist and member of Autonomous Action, Andrey Kutuzov. According to friends of Andrey, the pretext for the arrest was a leaflet, which Center E officers considered “extremist”. [italiano]
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On 22 August 2012, the anti-fascist Pyotr Silaev was arrested in Grenada. He is an activist in anti-governmental protests, and the author of the book “Exodus” (published in Finland, Greece, Italy and Germany), under the pseudonym DJ Stalingrad. Pyotr took part in the infamous protests in Khimki, which for some protestors ended in jail or hospital (as it did for the renowned journalist Oleg Kashin, who was attacked with baseball bats near his home).
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After ten years of uninterrupted rule by Vladimir Putin, the situation in Russia seems ever more complex and worrying. Mikhail Tsovma examines the situation today, the role of Russian neo-Nazis and the prospects for the anarchist movement. This article was first published in Italian in the Summer 2010 issue of "A-Rivista anarchica".
Ahead of the March 5 court appearance by anarchist Alexei Polikhovich, a joint meeting of the Central Councils of the Navy Social Movements and Unions have issued a call for his release. Polikhovich, 22, who is a retired Northern Fleet conscript sailor, was detained in July 2012 on suspicion of participation in the May 6, 2012, clashes with police during a rally in Moscow's Bolotnaya Square. According to his supporters, Polikhovich dragged to safety one of his fellow protesters who was being beaten by several police officers, whom he pushed off. He is being held in Butyrka pre-trial detention centre.
On July 28, 2010, more than two hundred young antifascists and anarchists carried out a spontaneous demonstration outside the town administration building in Khimki, a suburb of Moscow. They demonstrated in defense of the Khimki Forest, which was at that time in the process of beings cutting down for the needs of big business. The demonstration, during which several windows were broken, received a great deal of public attention. The authorities responded with a wave of repressions. The day after the demonstration, two well-known social activists, Alexei Gaskarov and Maxim Solopov, were arrested. They are now threatened with up to seven years in prison for disorderly conduct, although there is no evidence of their complicity in illegal activities. Meanwhile, the police continue to hunt down and harass other activists, especially those involved in the antifascist movement. [Italiano]