Posts Tagged ‘ direct action ’

Italy: Mink Released from Cages at Fur Farm

Italy: Mink Released from Cages at Fur Farm

from Bite Back received anonymously (translation): “THE NIGHT BETWEEN THE 14TH AND 15TH OF DECEMBER 2017 WE RELEASED ABOUT A THOUSAND MINK FROM THE FARM IN SAN MARCO REVENNA. THE OWNER OF THE PLACE HAD INSTALLED AN ALARM SYSTEM THAT CREATED AN INVISIBLE BARRIER ALONG THE PERIMETER OF THE FARM. THIS ‘VIRTUAL WALL’ WAS...
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Canada: Cement Building Burns

Canada: Cement Building Burns

from Anonymous / MtL Counter-info A recent night in June, a McInnis Cement building burns next to the horrible Port-Daniel cement plant. It left behind a blackened carcass. This fire burns for our humiliated hearts. May the ashes return to this land they devastated and the trees take over what’s left…
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Spain: Animal Liberation Front Targets the Running of the Bulls

Spain: Animal Liberation Front Targets the Running of the Bulls

from Bite Back The Animal Liberation Front has claimed responsibility for an arson and sabotage targeting facilities in Iruña/Pamplona that will be used during the festival of San Fermin. During the night of June 6-7, a forklift was set on fire, anti-bullfighting messages painted and other damage caused inside the ‘Corrales del Gas,’ enclosures...
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Netherlands: Banner and Posters for June 11

Netherlands: Banner and Posters for June 11

from Anarchist News June 11, is the international solidarity day with anarchist prisoners. That’s why, last week, we put posters up in The Hague, the Netherlands and hung a banner today with the text: ‘Freedom for all anarchist prisoners’. The solidarity day with anarchist prisoners arose to draw attention to comrades held in the...
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UK: Protestors Block Road for More Than 28 Hours to Stop Work on Access Road of Opencast Site in County Durham

UK: Protestors Block Road for More Than 28 Hours to Stop Work on Access Road of Opencast Site in County Durham

from Freedom News Photo credit: Simone Rudolphi / Campaign to Protect Pont Valley Protestors fighting against a new opencast coal mine in County Durham have blocked the road in a rolling resistance for more than 28 hours to prevent the mining company, Banks group, to finish building the access road. At 8:30 pm on...
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Minnesota: Banner Drop Against Line 3

Minnesota: Banner Drop Against Line 3

sent to Earth First! Newswire / by Enbridge Lies Goodmorning comrades of Duluth, MN and comrades everywhere! A sneaky Stop Line 3 banner mysteriously made its way up to a billboard on the right side of the highway going south on the 35 just as you’re getting into Superior, WI, minutes away from Enbridge’s...
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Minnesota: Trans, Non-Binary, and Womxn Activists Continue to Fight Line 3 Pipeline

Minnesota: Trans, Non-Binary, and Womxn Activists Continue to Fight Line 3 Pipeline

sent to Earth First! Newswire / from Enbridge Lies Early in the morning of June 6, a group of trans, non-binary, and womxn activists fighting Enbridge’s Line 3 pipeline rigged and anchored two large banners across the entrances of the Enbridge office in downtown Park Rapids, Minnesota. The banners read “Pipelines Poison Communities #StopLine3”...
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Two Paychecks Podcast #5: Saving the Mattole Forest!

Two Paychecks Podcast #5: Saving the Mattole Forest!

by Two Paychecks Podcast / It’s Going Down The Two Paychecks Podcast returns to interview someone involved in the Mattole Forest defense in Northern California. The Mattole Forest is the largest remaining unprotected, old growth Douglas Fir forest in California. By unprotected, I mean by the State, because it has been protected by dedicated and unwavering...
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Lockdowns Stop Construction to West Virginia Pipeline

Lockdowns Stop Construction to West Virginia Pipeline

by Appalachians Against Pipelines / It’s Going Down Monday morning, June 4th, 3 people with Appalachians Against Pipelines prevented construction of the Mountain Valley Pipeline for 4 hours by locking themselves to equipment along Route 219. The Mountain Valley Pipeline is slated to run under Route 219, a main thoroughfare for the area; pipeline fighters...
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Ecuadorean Judge Halts Excavation of Gold Mine

Ecuadorean Judge Halts Excavation of Gold Mine

from Telesur A judge in the southern city of Cuenca, Ecuador suspends a Chinese company’s mining concession saying that it’s unconstitutional. A major gold and silver mine site in southern Ecuador was forced to suspend exploring for minerals after a local judge ruled its operation unconstitutional. Judge Paul Serrano of the Cuenca civil court...
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Czech Republic: Open Rescue of Five Ducks

Czech Republic: Open Rescue of Five Ducks

from  Bite Back report from michalkolesar.net (click here for more photos from the rescue): “Open rescue XLI (May 2018) We smell terrible stench for a long time before we arrive at the spot. We scrape through by hole in the fence and continue towards the nearest building. When we open the doors the stench and heady...
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Sweden: Seven Rabbits Liberated

Sweden: Seven Rabbits Liberated

from Bite Back anonymous report: “7 rabbits liberated from awful conditions no water, tiny cages. These two babies their mother and 4 other individuals will now live happy lives in a safe home. Örebro, Sweden.”  
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