SEPTEMBER 11th, 2012| ANTI-COLONIAL, ANTI-AUTHORITARIAN & ANTI CAPITALIST Call Out

SEPTEMBER 11th, 2012

39 Years after the Coup d’état in Chile, We continue Laying the Seeds of the Permanent Uprising

5PM: ANTI-COLONIAL, ANTI-AUTHORITARIAN & ANTI CAPITALIST MARCH/RALLY

Toronto Chilean Consulate|2 Bloor Street West

Freedom for Our Mapuche Political Prisoners on Hunger Strike since August 27th in Angol Prison!

Freedom for Our Anti-Authoritarian & Anarchist Political Prisoners in $hile!

Freedom for KELLY PFLUG BACK & All Toronto G20 Political Prisoners in KKKanada!

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Speakers & Performers:

*Tracey Walsh (Speaking for Toronto G20 Political Prisoner Kelly Pflug-Back)

*Sakura Saunders (Mining Injustice – Pascua Lama)

*Julian Ichim (Currently Sueing OPP,& Being Charged with denouncing G20 infiltrators)

*Dan Kellar (Currently Charged with denouncing G20 infiltrators)

*TEST THEIR LOGIK (Anarchist Hip-Hop Duo)

Day of Action Dedicated to the Memory of Claudia Lopez & All Our Martyrs Gone with the Wind…

8 PM: SUBVERSIVE FILM NIGHT (All Films with English Subtitles)

Mapuche Doc Shorts + Feature Films

With Claudia in Our Hearts

Beloved student, dance artist, and Anarchist Claudia Lopez, was murdered by Chilean National Police during the riots of September 11th, 1998 in commemoration of the bloody fascist coup d’etat of 1973. The film depicts her memory among the Santiago community of La Pincoya and the mobilizations that she inspired in her people.

Calle Santa Fe

On October 5th 1974, on Santa Fe Street in Santiago Chile, Carmen Castillo is wounded while her partner Miguel Enriquez, head of the M.I.R (Leftist Revolutionary Movement) and armed resistance against the Pinochet dictatorship, is killed combat. The film depicts the story of the armed resistance movement against the dictatorship through the eyes of the film’s director, Carmen Castillo, and other testimonies of MIR militants illustrating prison, torture, exile, and the fall of the movement.

*Critical discussion through an Anti-Authoritarian analysis to follow after the film*

HARVEST NOON CAFE (GSU) – 16 Bancroft Ave (North of College, East of Spadina)

Organized by the Women’s Coordinating Committee for a Free Wallmapu [Toronto]

https://wccctoronto.wordpress.com

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The bloody Coup d’etat that the Chilean State would unleash together with its guardian dogs (the armed forces) and rich oligarchs on September 11th 1973 would bring about one of the most brutal dictatorships in what is known as Latin America (Abya Yala). The persecution, arbitrary detention, torture, forced disappearance and death of thousands of people would be the daily occurrence of those who decided to stay and confront the repression; those who received the greatest blow were youth of the Revolutionary/Anti-Authoritarian movements and Mapuche communities organizing vast resistance.

39 years have gone by, but the past is still present. The same institutions and structures have exerted their violence before, during and after the military dictatorship against those who defy the existing order and the ongoing encroachment of their communities in resistance.

The plunder of ancestral indigenous Mapuche Territory continues, just as it did at during the formation of the Chilean State more than 200 years ago; the same neo-liberal economic policies of hunger that were part of an international conspiracy of austerity were implemented under the military rule for 17 years and continues today under the so-called democracy of the current Socialist, Centre-Left, and Right Wing governments. The Canadian State (with its own colonial history of plunder of indigenous Peoples) is no exception to this agenda, having played a great role in this repression through its influence during Chilean military dictatorship and subsequent role in the expansion of liberal trade agreements and the security/intelligence apparatus.

Today, our comrades and Warriors are still being imprisoned and murdered for having dared to confront and break the chains of Capital and the State. It is for this reason that we CALL OUT to commemorate in reflection of our fallen and MOBILIZE ON THE STREETS for those who continue the struggle!

CALL OUT TO ALL ANTI-COLONIAL/ANTI-AUTHORITARIAN/ANTI-CAPITALISTS to converge on the North West Corner of Yonge & Bloor at 5PM (EST) on September 11th, 2012

Bring your Noisemakers, Flags (etc)!

We Remember Our Anti-Authoritarian & Anarchist Martyrs, THE VERGARA-TOLEDO BROTHERS, CLAUDIA LOPEZ, MAURICIO MORALES, JOHNNY CARIQUEO & ALL those who have Fallen & Continue the Struggle in the Permanent Uprising!

We Remember Our Mapuche Warriors, ALEX LEMUN, MATIAS CATRILEO, & JAIME COLLIO, in the Reconstruction, Reclamation & Liberation of the Mapuche Nation!

STOP THE MILITARIZATION & CRIMINALIZATION OF MAPUCHE COMMUNITIES IN RESISTANCE!

Freedom for ALL Our Mapuche Political Prisoners & those on Hunger Strike since August 27th, 2012 in Wallmapu!

Freedom for Our Anti-Authoritarian & Anarchist Political Prisoners in $hile!

Freedom for Our Sister KELLY PFLUG BACK & All Toronto G20 Political Prisoners in KKKanada!

The Memory of those who have died in struggle will not be forgotten. We will be the spark that lights the flame of resistance for total liberation.

OUT OF OUR TERRITORIES!!!

MARRICHIWEU!!

WEUWAIÑ!!!

WCCC [Toronto]

About The Women's Coordinating Committee For a Free Wallmapu [Toronto]

The Women's Coordinating For a Free Wallmapu is an indigenous grassroots organization based in Toronto advocating for the sovereign rights of the Mapuche Nation.
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