Friday, February 09, 2018
TKC BREAKING NEWS!!! KANSAS CITY PROTESTERS MARCH NEAR JACKSON COUNTY JAIL CARRYING FLARES IN SOLIDARITY WITH RUSSIAN ANARCHISTS!!!
As always, OUR TKC BLOG COMMUNITY is committed to offering an ALTERNATIVE view of Kansas City and this recent protest didn't make and might never appear on the mainstream news without our readers offering a FIRST LOOK.
To wit . . .
CHECK OUT KANSAS CITY PROTESTERS IN 'ANARCHIST SOLIDARITY' ON THE MARCH NEAR JACKSON COUNTY JAIL!!!
While we may have different political views, the flares were an elegant touch on a cold Kansas City night . . .
Here's the full statement from the group . . .
Call for International Days of Solidarity with Russian Anarchist Political Prisoners Feb 5th-12th, 2018
An antifascist Victor Filinkov was kidnapped by Security Service in Saint Petersburg, Russia. The officers of Federal Security Service have been torturing him in the forest out of the city. They told Victor to admit his participation in mythical anarchy-terrorist group. Unable to withstand the torture Filinkov was forced to incriminate himself and now he is remaining in temporarily-stay isolation. Filinkovs lawyer claims that he has never seen so serious damages and trails of the torture during his practice of struggle with a police outrage.
Everything whats going on in our time is an attempt to clear out an anarchist movement before the Russian Elections of the President Vladimir Putin in 2018. In recent years we could see how the anarchist movement increased its activity after the repressions of 2012 year. These repressions can only intimidate people and crush the anarchist movement in Russia. In this case its necessary to show the international community are not afraid and we cant be destroyed by Russian Oligarchs . Now its important to support political prisoners and give a global publicity for this event. Kansas City participated in a solidarity campaign with a noise demo at the Jackson County Jail in solidarity with repressed anarchists this week of February.
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