June 14, 2010
At dawn on June 8, we used hammers to attack three bank branches in Santuario street in the district of Caramel. All windows and ATMs were broken.
We are not fighting against the crisis, but against capitalism.
We are not fighting against the crisis because we believe that as they speak of it, our situation will worsen. We are not fighting against the crisis, because if we did, we would end up returning to normal work, normality to pay for everything to normality to be governed etc.
We are not fighting against the crisis, because it is the form in which capitalism strengthens its dominance. We are not fighting against the crisis, because it is a consequence.
We are fighting against capitalism which is the cause of all the crises we face.
We are fighting against the State that is responsible for defending capital, maintaining social peace.
We wanted to attack the banks because they are one of those responsible for our misery. Although we wanted to do damage, this action was largely symbolic. We wanted to attack them, but also to specify the way we act.
Several tags explaining our reasons accompanied the attacks. We are aware that this world will not fall with words alone, and that's why we are attacking. But at the same time, we understand that in keeping our attack to ourselves there would be few results, and it is necessary to share this struggle with others, and for that we want understood not only the content but also the forms of our practices.
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