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(en) France, Alternative Libertaire AL - logbook, A Libertarian Communist in the YPG # 12: "An Unexpected Gift" (fr, it, pt) [machine translation]

Date Sat, 2 Sep 2017 14:29:52 +0300


"Badly stuck to the tube, this bullshit of rocket threatened, with the slightest sudden movement, to fall and carry with it your favorite blogger." ---- Alternative libertarian reproduces the blog posts Kurdistan-Autogestion-Revolution , travel diary of a fellow committed to the YPG. ---- Over the course of the weeks, he will testify to the life of the fighting militias, the debates that take place there and the experience of democratic confederalism in the liberated zones. ---- Raqqa East Front, August 30, 2017 ---- Continued from my previous post. ---- The first building was invested without a fight. In the distance were heard the explosions of the bombs which fell on Mansoura. ---- Here is my unit moving in the deserted streets towards a new goal. Fatigue rose, but the urban environment put all my senses on the alert. All the anecdotes and advice given to the academy were jostling in my head: attention to mines, attention to traps, attention to snipers who could literally be everywhere around us.

When we reached our new position, it was like a deliverance.

While some went looking for blankets and mattresses, we rolled out on the roof. Hammer and chisel in hand, I was commissioned to pierce loopholes in the low wall surrounding the roof. Thirty minutes after we arrived, we were finally allowed to rest. With the sense of duty accomplished, I fell asleep. After a few minutes, I was even asleep.

At the end of an hour, perhaps two, I was fired from sleep. We were leaving.

I had not finished harnessing myself a comrade has come tap me on the shoulder with an unexpected gift - and not really expected: the rocket launcher of our team ! The previous porter did not accompany us - I do not know why - and then I was transferred to him. Certainly, I was expected that with my large size, I would probably ask to carry a lot of material, but it was a bit fast for my taste ...

Back in the streets still unfriendly and obscure Mansoura but this time, with on the back of what to blow me 22 times. Moreover, badly stowed to the tube, this bullshit of rocket threatened, with the slightest sudden movement, to fall and carry with her your favorite blogger ...

Arthur Aberlin

http://www.alternativelibertaire.org/?Un-communiste-libertaire-dans-les-YPG-12-Un-cadeau-inattendu
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