New anti-terrorism arrests in Paris

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In Paris, three people have been arrested in the street, next to graffitis supporting the revolt in Algeria. They have been put under anti-terrorist arrest. Later, another person has been arrested, linked to the solidarity actions made with the prisoners from the Vincennes Detention Center, who were accused of having burnt it down.


While the revolt of Algeria contaminated Tunisia, and spread all over Egypte, Yemen and Lebanon- where anti-state demonstrations take place every day- the French state tries to prevent the revolt from spreading in France. In each of these revolted countries, tens people have died already.

The french police want to give an example for anybody who tries to link both sides of the Mediterranean sea. Indeed, it's well known how France sells weapons and supports dictatorship in Maghreb, while deportating the undesirable undocumented people.


But actions continue to take place, graffitis and demonstrations keep on coloring the streets.


Solidarity with the revolt in Maghreb!

Down with the neo-colonization!

Total freedom!



Here's the communique about these arrests, that give more precisions:




These last weeks, in Algeria and Tunisia, thousands and thousands of individuals went to the to shout their rage and their revolt against the living conditions that have been imposed to them, provoking then tens of dead people among the insurgents. 


Now that the democraty is supposed to have won in Tunis, the same murderer cops are supposed to defend this “liberty”, which has been gained at great cost with Ben Ali departure.

But was this really the meaning of the Return to Normality, under the aegis of more democratic chiefs? The meaning of this “Liberty” shout by thousands of rebels?

Liberty, it’s about having fought for it, and having affixed on walls “Algerie-Tunisie, Vive l’Insurrection!”, “Vive l’Anarchie” (complete freedom, absence of authority) that Camille, Dan and Olivier have been arrested, and then imprisoned on January 14th. The dream they hold in their heart is for sure too big for those who rule this world of pigs. Camille finally went out on January 19th, and is now under house arrest.


On Friday 21st, Francois also has been incarcerated, accused of having put alot of himslef in the struggle for solidarity with some undocumented people; people accused of the arson of the Detention Center of Vincennes, prison for ‘foreigners’. It has been burnt down on June 2008, and has returned to the state which should be each prison’s- the state of ashes. On of the slogans for this struggle was: Liberty for all, with or without papers!

Indeed, it’s not because we are not imprisonned in a jail or a retention center that we are free: from our daily grind that forces us to live through our incarcerating habitation; from cops who prevent us from living, to the shrinks who want us to fit their mould; from teachers who train and humiliate the kids, to all polluted relations governing our lives- no, we aren’t free. Even outside.


We could live free, from Paris to Tunis, from Tijuana to Seoul. To grab our own life, without nobody to judge us, to mortify us,to arrest us, to list us, to raise us, to eliminate us.

And if repression hits hard, on different levels, from both sides of the Mediterranean see (jail or real bullets), it should not prevent us from exclaiming:


Liberty for all! All over the world! With or without papers!

HERE you can find the chronolgoy of actions made in solidarity with the arrests, and with the revolt in Maghreb.

HERE many videos and articles about the revolt in these countries.   Translated info from France