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(en) Britain, Anarchist journal, Resistance #88 - INSIDE INFORMATION

Date Tue, 24 Oct 2006 08:20:18 +0200

Solidarity needed for anarchists in The Philippines The 'Sagada 11' are
a group of anarchist prisoners falsely accused of taking part in attacks by
communist guerillas on a military outpost in the northern Philippines. Please
spread information about this case as much as possible - they have been in
prison for 7 months now, and have recieved very little international support.
Darwin Alagar, Cell 1 (age 21); Rundren Lao, Cell 3 (age 24); Jefferson Dela
Rosa, Cell 3 (age 22); Metro Villegracia, Cell 4 (age 24); Neil Russell Balajadia,
Cell 5 (age 25); Ronron Pandino, Cell 8 (age 23); Arvie Nunez, Cell 8 (age 23);
Aldous Christian Mafosa , Cell 9 (age 19); Anderson Alonzo, Cell 12 (age 18).
Mail can be sent to: (name and cell number), c/o Jail Warden James Simon,
Benguet Provincial Jail, Justice Hill, La Trinidad, Benguet 2601, Philippines

All of the prisoners read at least some English,
and they are very interested in connecting with
other anarchists, learning about punk and activ-
ism, as well as daily life, around the world. Gig
posters and photos, flyers, stickers, patches and
shirts would also be very well received. Bear in
mind though, that they are accused of being
communist guerillas and overtly political mate-
rial could be used against them. The solidarity
actions that have happened in the past have
meant a lot to them, and would make a differ-
ence, especially if they could be sent photo-
graphs. Also, funds are needed for basic
neccesities, transportation and lodging for friends
and family to visit, which also greatly assists their
legal process, as the lawyers prefer to deal only
with relatives. For information on how to send
money or other items to Manila, contact Soli-
darity South Pacific at solidaritysp@ lycos.com.

Polish anti-fascist jailed
Igor Kisielewicz, 24 yrs old antifa activist and ex-
squatter from DeCentrum was few days ago ar-
rested and sentenced to 3 months of prison. 3
years ago he was fined 1000 zlotys (about 250
euro) for the beating up of nazi scum in his home
village. He applied to change it into social work,
which was granted, but in a meantime he started
education and work in Bialystok and didn't re-
port for social work in his village. As a result
court decided to change it into three months of
prison. Igor needs letters of support.
Igor Kisielewicz, syn Aleksandra, Zaklad Karny,
Grady Woniecko 34, 18-312 Rutki Kossaki, Po-
When going on demonstrations stay sober, sober,
don't talk to the police and if you're arrested
give only your name and address then say `no
comment' to any other questions. For more
info visit: www.ldmg.org.uk
6th ­ Film night for Sack Parliament Demo. Part
of the 'weekend of resistance' in build up for Sack
Parliament on Monday 9th October. 7pm at the
London Action Resource Centre (LARC), 62
Fieldgate Street, Whitechapel, London E1 1ES.
Phone: 020 7377 9088 www.londonarc.org
www.sackparliament.org.uk for programme and
7th - Migrants on the march for their rights. In
London, Assemble 12.00pm, Imperial War Mu-
seum, Lambeth Road, London SE1 6HZ and in
Glasgow, Assemble 12.00pm, George Square,
Glasgow. See more see www.ncadc.org.uk and
7th - 70th Anniversary of Cable Street
Comemoration Gig - and to raise awareness of
the growing right wing threat worldwide today.
Organised by Antifa U.K. with Inner Terrestrials,
PAIN, Liberty, Fear of Fear, Headjam, Beyond
Repair, Bottlejob and Moral Dilemma. 5pm 1am
Chat's Palace, 42-44 Brooksby's Walk,
Homerton, London. £6 - with proceeds to Antifa.
For more see www.antifa.org.uk
7-8th - Training days for Sack Parliament
Part of the 'weekend of resistance' in build up for
Sack Parliament on Monday 9th October. A sec-
ond training day for those who couldn't make
the first with workshops including: Affinity groups,
medic/ trauma, legal, mass action, autonomous
actions. Bring ideas and food to share. 10am-
4pm at RampART (not LARC) 15-17 Rampart
Street, London, E1 2LA, free entry, email
bringthewarhome2006@yahoo.co.uk web http:/
9th - Sack Parliament Demo Over the past few
years the UK parliament and government have
led this country into war upon war, torn up age-
old rights and made the division between rich
and poor to grow ever wider. MPs and Lords re-
turn from their summer recess on October 9th.
We need to ensure they can't get back inside
Parliament. Take part! Stop them continuing their
wars. 1pm Houses of Parliament, London. web
email bringthewarhome2006@yahoo.co.uk web
21st - Anarchist Bookfair, at the 25th Annual
Anarchist Bookfair you'll find all things anarchist
including books, pamphlets, t-shirts and other
paraphernalia. Visit the Anarchist Federation stall.
10am-7pm, at the Voluntary Sector Resource
Centre, 356 Holloway Rd, London, N7 6PA. Tube
- Holloway Road. www.anarchistbookfair.org


The Anarchist Federation is an
organisation of class struggle
anarchists aiming to abolish capi-
talism and all oppression to create
a free and equal society. This is
Anarchist Communism
We see today's society as being
divided into two main opposing
classes: the ruling class which con-
trols all the power and wealth, and
the working class which the rulers
exploit to maintain this. By racism,
sexism and other forms of oppres-
sion, as well as war and environ-
mental destruction the rulers
weaken and divide us. Only the
direct action of working class peo-
ple can defeat these attacks and
ultimately overthrow capitalism.
As the capitalist system rules the
whole world, its destruction must be
complete and world wide. We reject
attempts to reform it, such as
working through parliament and
national liberation movements, as
they fail to challenge capitalism it-
self. Unions also work as a part of
the capitalist system, so although
workers struggle within them they
will be unable to bring about capi-
talism's destruction unless they go be-
yond these limits.
Organisation is vital if we're to
beat the bosses, so we work for a
united anarchist movement and
are affiliated to the International
of Anarchist Federations.
The Anarchist Federation has
members across Britain and Ire-
land fighting for the kind of world
outlined above.
If you're interesting in joining con-
tact us at:
Anarchist Federation,
London, WC1N 3XX.
Email: info@afed.org.uk
Also visit: www.afed.org.uk
and www.iaf-ifa.org
Subscriptions to resistance costs
£4 from the address above for 12
issues. A two issue subscription to
our magazine, Organise! for revo-
lutionary anarchism, is also £4.
You can subscribe to resistance
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