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(en) [Mexico] Anarchists attend protest to commemorate 51 years of Tlatelolco Massacre By ANA (pt) [machine translation]

Date Sun, 13 Oct 2019 12:20:52 +0300

Anarchists marched in Mexico City on Wednesday to celebrate the 51st anniversary of the Tlatelolco Massacre in 1968, in which hundreds of students were killed by military and police officers in Plaza de las Tres Culturas. ---- After anarchists attacked AMLO's palace[Andrés Manuel López Obrador, president of Mexico]during a recent protest by the 43 missing students from Ayoutzinapa, the state instituted a human barrier with 12,000 white-clad people to protect capitalist and state targets from anarchists and revolutionaries during the celebration of October 2. ---- "They are so afraid of us that they block us," reads red graffiti on one of the metal barriers mounted to protect the walls of the Bank of Mexico headquarters.
The biggest incident occurred during the march that began at Praça das Três Culturas, on 5 de Maio street, where large groups arrived in Zócalo. At that time, there was no longer a "Peace Belt", but only metal structures to protect the walls and windows.

Right on the corner of May 5 with Central Axis Lazaro Cardenas, police officers ran into an anarchist group near the end of the march.

It was then that the block, in black clothes and covered faces, threw rocks at police and then fireworks, an action that was repeated on every corner of May 5th Street.

Anarchists shouted "Death to the state, long live anarchy!" And "Guard dogs of law and order, hired killers, abuse of power!"

Among the graffiti made by the anarchists during the march was a message in support of the anarchist political prisoner Miguel Peralta, who is currently on hunger strike.

Thousands of students from Oaxaca, Coahuila, Zacatecas, Chiapas, Tabasco, Michoacán,

Sinaloa, Baja California Sur and Yucatán also participated in similar demonstrations to demand justice for victims on October 2.

Translation> Brulego

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