Wednesday, 1 August 2012


        We all know the the state survives by repression, and in times of heightened unrest that repression becomes heavier on those who complain most. The economic crisis of the of the financial Mafia, that crisis being their attempts to get back from the public purse, all the money they lost gambling, is creating poverty and misery among the general population. This in turn triggers greater unrest, however, the state will not try to alleviate that poverty and misery, instead it will come down hard on that unrest. It will do this through the usual state apparatus, it will do it by intimidation and finding scapegoats. Today in America the unrest is spreading across all sections of the general public, so the state has decided to to use the bogeyman of “anarchists” and is seeking out those most vociferous in their argument against the present economic system, labelling them “anarchists” and will attempt to make an example of them. The hope of course will be to intimidate anyone from raising their voice in protest. It is not a new tactic but never the less brutal for that. That is why it is important that we continually show solidarity with all those who are at the receiving end of that brutal state repression, be it this country or some other state control population.
        This grand jury is a tool of political repression. It is attempting to turn individuals against each other by coercing those subpoenaed to testify against their communities. The secret nature of grand jury proceedings creates mistrust and can undermine solidarity. And imprisoning us takes us from our loved ones and our responsibilities.
       But our passion for freedom is stronger than the state’s prisons. Our refusal to cooperate with the grand jury is a reflection of our own desires for a liberated world and our support for others who are working to bring that world into being. We support the efforts of all those who will be resisting this grand jury.
    If you would like to join us, please visit: There you can find out how to sign on to a solidarity statement, donate money to our defense and support campaign, and write us should we be imprisoned.
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