4th January 2008
Originally from Sweden a movement of "city indians" targetting large 4WD cars has spread widely in Denmark, while in Sweden a truce has been declared.
The number of attacks on high pollution 4WD city cars have been increasing steadily in Denmark since the city indians first began in Sweden some months ago. New year's eve saw another wave of actions in Copenhagen.
Arson at a bank's ATM (Athens, 24/12/2007)
Source (greek only-page bottom): http://www.enet.gr/online/online_text/c=112,id=91228912
At 4:43 in the morning, the ATM of a Kyprou Bank subsidiary in central Athens, was set on fire. There was no responsibility claim.
Strike, demonstrations, clashes (Athens-Thessaloniki-Larissa) - luxury cars, cash machines, CCTV & McD all trashed or burned
All reports come from athens.indymedia.org Another report in greek can be found at www.anarchy.gr.
For people interested in something a little more direct than the big climate demo in London tomorrow...
Tonight, all Flight Centre branches in Manchester city centre have been superglued closed, in time for Saturday trading and to coincide with the climate march in London tomorrow. They were pasted with notices saying: "Closed - we want your kids to have a planet"
The anonymous visitors were clear about why they caused the damage they did. "Warning!: you bastards kill one bird and we will destroy all your greens at our leisure. We will be watching and waiting" read a note on a piece of cardboard that was stuffed into one of the holes.
7th November 2007
For several months "City Indians" have been actively resisting the spread of gas gussling jeeps in Swedish cities. Now they have moved to Copenhagen.
Several groups of militant environmental activists known as "City Indians" have been actively resisting the wide spread use of so-called "city jeeps" in Swedish cities.
Autumn EF! Action Update out - and advance notice of the Winter Moot, 22-24 February (gathering of eco-activists), Nottingham
The latest issue of the quarterly EF!AU was dished up at the Anarchist Bookfair - bursting at the seams, it had to be turned into a bumper issue, with a round-up of the actions around the time of the Camp for Climate Action, plus loads of action reports from around the world since then - from pieing oil executives, blockading garages & airports, polar bears locking-on, sabotage, prisoners, occupied spaces, digger-diving, GM crop-trashing, to cake and the cunning use of mung beans (oh, and of course, much much more).
Sea Shepherd News Releases 10/16/2007
Norwegian Whaling Vessel's Career is Finished
The Willassen Senior, the Norwegian whaling vessel that was scuttled on August 30, 2007 in the northern city of Svolvaer in the Lofoten Islands, will not be killing any more whales—ever again. The damage sustained by the vessel that was deliberately sunk by whale defenders exceeded $22 million kroner (over US $2 million). Sea Shepherd Conservation Society was pleased to learn that the Willassen Senior was not insured. The owners of the vessel have decided to scrap the ship, because they cannot afford to pay to repair the extensive damage caused to the electrical and mechanical systems by salt water. A group called Agenda 21 has taken credit for scuttling the whaling ship.
direct action report 7-15 October
DIRECT ACTION NEWS FROM GREECE - http://directactiongr.blogspot.com
This blog is an attemp to cover, publicise and translate all known direct action news (mostly concerning Greece but also near countries as well), apart from the mass media mediation, providing an open database on sabotage-vandalism-rioting and other fine popular arts that blossom throughout the ruins of our post-industrial society. It came as a personal response to a wider need for all direct action to have its own proper spaces, in order to speak for itself, spaces available to anyone that cares. So, i am willing to publish all communiques and comments concerning the actions found here. There will not be published here actions claimed by any formal organisations or parties. These gentlemen can -at least- afford their own image-making. You are welcome to send your own reports to firstname.lastname@example.org
It has been two weeks since the jury found Eric guilty, and we are still trying to regroup and get ready for the next round. While this is going to be a long process – one which will require your help and support in a variety of ways – there is one thing that simply cannot be put off.