“It is companies like Spie, WISAG, Massak, Sodexo […] that keep state rule alive through their pandering.”
In the darkness of 03.01. we slashed the tires of a Sodexo company car in Espenstraße in Wuppertal and dumped an oily liquid into the air vents.
Sodexo is one of the profiteers of the prison industry.
Since the privatization of the British justice system, the French company has been running five prisons in Great Britain with over 5000 inmates under its own responsibility. In other countries, such as France and Chile, services are provided by Sodexo in sections of various prisons. Sodexo supplies prisons with completely overpriced food and keeps the supply as low as possible, so that prisoners have no choice but to spend their little money for the profit of this company.
Already at the beginning of 2015, a letter of confession after an action against Sodexo in Berlin stated:
“On the other hand, Sodexo is blacklisted in Belgium for its involvement in deportation prisons and provides services to deportation camps in Germany. The company belongs to the Zehnacker Group, which presents itself as follows:
“As a partner of armed forces, we accompany them to their areas of operation at home and abroad. Our mission is to provide a better quality of life for both the troops and their leadership. Under the supervision of the Ministry of Justice, Sodexo designs and provides solutions that contribute to smooth operations in correctional facilities. In all our activities, we respect our values and our ethical principles. Our work in this area is further evidence of our strong commitment to society.” [https://chronik.blackblogs.org/?p=572] Continue reading “Wuppertal, Germany: Sodexo transporter immobilized”
EN | PDF: 325 #12 – ‘Against the Fourth and Fifth Industrial Revolutions’
ES | PDF: 325 #12 – ‘Contra la Cuarta y Quinta Revolución Industrial’
Italian Version coming soon…
Presenting 56 pages of anti-organisational, insurrectional, anti-civilisation anarchy of the 21st Century. A collection of critical texts and letters from anarchist points of view examining the new changes in production and social control brought about by new technologies which are ushering in a totalising prison-world and the advance of smarter-than-human machines. This issue of 325 builds on the considerations and content of the last issue which took as it’s focus the subject of the Technological Singularity. Six years later, the mechanisms, ideologies and impacts of this global dystopian project are nearer and clearer and the texts you will read in this new issue deal with the emerging realities of these technological revolutions.
For the first time, 325 is coming out in 3 languages: First in English, with Spanish and Italian to follow. Printed copies are available, but we also encourage people to print out their own copies and distribute them in their area.
CONTENTS : 325#12
4. Automation, Robotics & Labour in the 4th & 5th Industrial Revolutions
8. From Riot to Insurrection – Excerpt
9. A Small Criticism of Science and its World
10. Covid-19 World: Epidemics in the era of Capitalism
12. The Fractures of Dominion
13. Coordinated Incendiary Attacks Against Relay Antennas in Grenoble, France
14. The 4th and 5th Industrial Revolutions
17. The Artificial Reproduction of the Human: The Road of Transhumanism
23. Machine Psychology: A Disappearing Act
25. Oblique Look
28. Smartphones, Ringtones, Capital
29. Cashless Societies and Crypto-Currencies: End of the Traditional Era of Banking and Finance
32. Contribution to the 1st International Meeting Against Techno-Sciences by imprisoned anarchist Dino Giagtzoglou
38. Cybernetic Society and its World
48. Against Starlink
50. Space : Part 1
51. To Be Released
53. Direct Action Chronology
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