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Received anonymously by activists in Spain:
Read the original communique, in Spanish:


"On the weekend of the 14-15 of february, 19 hens was rescued from a farm in the Samper de Calanda region.
In their new home they can walk freely and live a life without restricting metal bars.

We left the car behind us. It's black colour allowed it to be invissable in the darkness. We walked towards the farm. We had to make a hole in the fence so we could get closer to the window that we planed to use for our escape later. Unfortunatly the window was protected with strong iron bars that was impossible to remove. Even more dissapointing was to see an alarm system on the batteryfarms front door and a sticker next to it saying "imediate service, direct contact with the security central..."

This facing against us, we were still not ready to give up that easily. We continued searching for a way in and discovered the "egg transportation pipe" which came in and out of the farm. Next to it there was a plastic wall that we carved a hole in and, viola! We where in!

Once inside we could see a pretty modern machinery, everything seemed to work completely automaticaly. We didn't waste any more time and went straight for the cages. Row after row with four levels of battery cages. It took us some time to open, but once we did, we begun to liberate our sisters from their prision. It was sad, but this time we could only rescue 19 hens.

There where 6 of them in each cage and the cages was so tiny that the animals couldn't even change their possition without a big effort. Some of them seemed to have been there for a shorter period then other as they still had some feathers, but most of them only hade a few left and their skin was irritated. It wasn't difficult to get a hold of them. It was almost as they knew that they were only a cartrip away from a new life in freedom.

Dogs that was barking far away, the alarm system that had been installed and other problems, forced us to leave early without smashing all their egg production and the machinery. But we are happy to know that thoose 19 hens are living a happy life.

We want to dedicate this raid to the hens that we had to leave inside and all the ones that are suffering in the farms all over the world and to all our brother and sister animals that are being tortured, murdered and used only as objects on the whole planet.

To all of you anarchists that eat meat. Your diet and lack of action are one of the reasons that makes it possible to abuse the animals, who suffer and feel as we do. You discriminate them just because of the same reasons why the racist disrespect people of other races. Discrimination because of species is similar to the discrimination of race, sex or sexual preferenceses. You can give all the excuses that you want, but in order to be a true anarchist you need to liberate your slaves.

We fight for a total liberation of the animals, humans and non humans. But our non human animal brothers are the ones that are recivig the worst pain. They have got no one else and as the slogan goes: we aren't going to leave they alone. The animals can't wait

A.L.F. / F.L.A."

El fin de semana de 14 al 15 de febrero fueron rescatadas 19 gallinas de una granja avicola de la localidad de Samper de Calanda.

Ya en su nuevo hogar pueden andar libremente y gozar de una vida ajena a los barrotes.

Bajamos del coche, su color negro hacia que se camuflara en la oscuridad, andamos hacia la granja, tuvimos que hacer una agujero en una valla que la rodeaba y asi acercarnos a las ventanas (por donde pensabamos entrar), pero cual fue a nuestra sorpresa al ver que estaban cubiertas por barrotes imposibles de quitar, para mayor desesperacion cuando nos acercamos a la puerta principal vimos que habia alarma y una de esas pegatinas que pone servicio inmediato, envio de aviso a central de seguridad...

Pero no habiamos venido desde tan lejos para nada, seguimos buscando una forma de entrar y cual fue nuestra sorpresa cuando observamos que debajo de la cinta transportadora de huevos, que entraba y salia de la granja, habia como una pequena falsa pared de plastico, abrimos un agujero en ella y aleop ya estamos dentro.

Una vez dentro pudimos observar que las instalaciones eran bastante modernas, todo parecia funcionar completamente automatizado. No perdimos mucho tiempo y nos dirijimos hacia unas de las 'estanterias' de 4 filas de jaulas en batería, nos costo un poco abrirlas, pero una vez conseguido no perdimos tiempo y empezamos a sacar a nuestras hermanas de esas celdas, nos daba pena pero esta vez solo nos podíamos llevar 19 gallinas.

Estaban de 6 en cada jaula, tan pequena que difícilmente podian cambiar de postura, habia alguna que parecia llevar menos tiempo (se podia apreciar por el plumaje) pero la mayoria tenian calvas y la piel irritada.
No fue dificil cogerlas, parecía que sabían que solo un largo viaje en coche les separaba de la libertad.

Los perros que se oian a lo lejos y el hecho de lo de la alarma, aparte de otras razones, no permitieron que nos quedaramos mas rato, nos hubiera gustado destrozar toda su produccion de huevos y alguna maquina. Por lo menos sabemos que esas 19 gallinas que nos llevamos viven ahora felizmente.

Queremos dedicarle esta accion a las gallinas que nos dejamos dentro y a las que sufren en las granjas de todo el mundo, asi como a todos nuestros hermanos animales que son torturados, asesinados, usados como objeto en todo el planeta.

Y a vosotrxs, esos libertarios que comeis carne, vuestra alimentacion egoista y falta de compromiso son unas de las razones por la que animales, que tambien sufren y sienten, estan explotados, les discriminais por las misma razones que lo los racistas lo hacen con los miembros de otra raza, la discriminacion por especie es similar a la discriminacion por raza, genero o tendencia sexual. Podeis dar todas las excusas que deseeis pero ello no quita que no se puede ser libertari sin antes liberar a tus esclavos.

Basamos esta accion desde un prisma libertario, no concebimos no ser vegans como tampoco no ser libertarios, nuestra lucha esta encaminada hacia la liberacion de todos los animales tanto humanos como no humanos. Pero son nuestros hermanxs los animales los que peor lo tienen, ya que ellxs no tienen a nadie, y segun sigue la frase NO LES VAMOS A DEJAR SOLOS. THE ANIMALS CANâ?TT WAIT

F.L.A.