received anonymously via email:

“During the night of the 24th of August in France, 13 rabbits were helped free from their cages and released.

We are aware that this kind of actions is controversial. We’d like to point out that these people are living in absolutely dreadful conditions. They never saw and will never see the daylight. They’re crowded in tiny cages, right upon their feces. Many amongst them (one person out of five) won’t survive those conditions of detention, even before the day they’re sent for slaughter.

Living in nature is risky, but leaving them inside is signing their own death warrant. Outside, each of them gets a chance to survive. Some people worry about predation but it’s an inherent risk to the wild. Foxes, their main predators, are not as numerous as them, only some of them will be eaten no matter the color of their fur. Actually the worst thing that could happen to them is to encounter a humane hunter.

We know that sanctuaries exist. Unfortunately, the total room of these places compared to the number of the other animals killed everyday is totally derisory. All the more almost every female in these farms is pregnant and can have up to 12 babies, which would drastically reduce the number of precious safe places in the sanctuaries. What shall we do concerning those who can’t have a home, leave them behind ?

In this speciesist world where there aren’t any perfect solution, we decided to give them a chance in the wild. This decision is even more pertinent considering the fact that we saw many other white rabbits running free in the fields.
We chose a place far away from the busy roads, a small wood around a field where they can be safe. It appeared to us that there weren’t many foxes there. We stayed with the rabbits for an hour and observed that they spontaneously ate and moved to discover their new environment. They were jumping for joy, relieved after they experienced hell.

Finally, we are not accountable to anyone except the other animals.

We also have a thought for every activist suffering from the state and police repression.

Until every cage is empty.”


28th August, France.

received anonymously:


On Wednesday, August 28, at night, we, anti-speciesist activists, saboted an aviary where hundreds of pheasants were held prisoners. The wire grid was opened, electrified cables were sectioned, and many openings were cut through the net.

These people were to be sold and killed by hunters soon. We hope the most of them managed to escape.

Our thoughts go to all the non-human people who are still imprisoned today and who will not get the chance to live freely before being killed by humans.

We are not heroes, this is merely a testimony. Now, it is the responsibility of all anti-speciesists to rise up and to help all the victims of speciesism, until total liberation has been achieved.

Until all the cages are empty.

We do not forget our animalists comrades who are victims of repression, including Matthias, detained in jail in Switzerland since 8 months now.


Dans la nuit du mercredi 28 août, nous, activistes antispécistes, avons saboté une volière où été détenu.e.s des centaines de faisan.de.s. Le grillage a été ouvert, les fils électrifiés sectionnés, et une partie du filet a été coupé.

Ces personnes allaient être vendues pour être tuées par des chasseur.euse.s très prochainement. Nous espérons qu’un maximum de ces prisonièr.e.s ont pu s’échapper.

Nous avons une pensée pour toutes les personnes non humaines encore enfermées aujourd’hui, qui n’auront pas la chance de vivre en liberté avant d’être assassinées par les humain.e.s.

Nous ne sommes pas des héro.ïne.s, ceci n’est qu’un témoignage. Maintenant, il appartient à chaque antispéciste de passer à l’action et d’aider toutes les personnes victimes du spécisme, jusqu’à la libération totale.

Jusqu’à ce que toutes les cages soient vides.

Nous n’oublions pas nos camarades animalistes qui subissent la répression, dont Matthias toujours détenu en prison en Suisse depuis 8 mois maintenant.”


28th August – Czech republic, Prague

Butcher shop on the main road was attacked by sprays and stones.

The advertisement was sprayed by “stop killing innocent”, police started chasing us, so we couldn’t finish all.

Photos taken after owner tried wash our graffiti.”


So you know we are a media collective that does not fear taking action when needed. From Hambacher Forst to antifascist demos and anarchist community work, we report what’s going on in the front lines for those who need an anonymous platform whilst actively working towards improving the world.

The last few weeks have been intense and exhausting, and you probably have noticed that we have not published as much as normal. We’ve been giving talks in Earth First!, joined the Animal Rights March in London, then headed to Sheffield for more talks and then straight down south to join Smash Speciesism during the slaughterhouse action. All that stuff hasn’t helped us push the internet as much as possible and we have quite a few Hit Reports piled up. We are gonna publish three a day for the next few days until they are all mentioned and shared, but because social media isn’t a fan of us and we are shadowbanned in all platforms, we need you to do your part and share us however you can.

We are trying to take a couple of days off to recover. That last slaughterhouse action was intense, exhausting and draining. It was also quite a success in our opinion, but certainly, it took a lot of energy from us.

We’ve received bad news from the Support Eric King team, we will make a whole post about it soon. Also, Matthias’ appeal was ignored, so he is still locked up. We cannot stress how important it is to support our comrades in prison, so please do anything and everything to send them love or to change this situation.

Next on the list is the badger cull. That means no more workshops and talks for a couple of months, but a serious six to eight week shift of 12 hour days (minimum) until the British government decides it is enough and they stop killing badgers for the year. If you want to get involved with that, please contact Underground Badger Syndicate and let them know.

A is for Anarchy, Technology 101 and ALFridays coming back from next week. If we have the strength and will, we will also schedule a few Incite Conspire Inspire. Depends on the level of energy.

That is all from us, for now, and until we have something interesting to say again. The last thing we would like to ask is for folks to support us. Our funds are incredibly low, we are yet to reach the first Patreon goal and with the cull around the corner, we could do with as much spare cash as possible to cause havoc in the countryside.

If you want some march, we’ve stocked up a lot and you should be able to find your size. We have new designs, old designs, fresh stickers and whatever other stuff you fancy getting and it would be a major help. The same way, if you have sick pictures of our merch, please send them our way!

If you’re able to, joining our Patreon helps the team. Even a couple of quid a month is a major donation, imagine if all our followers donated a dollar each!


If not, you can drop us some coins via PayPal (try friends and family) on this email:



19th August, Gloucester UK.

received anonymously:

“During the night of 19th August we visited a partridge shoot of the outskirts of Gloucester and liberated what we believe to be around 5,000 partridges, destined to be shot imminently. After weeks of surveillance of the rearing sheds, we waited until two weeks before the start of the killing season to release them. This was both to ensure that the birds were old enough to survive and to cause maximum economic damage. Our aim is to close this shoot down for good.

Due to the proximity of the farm buildings and the gamekeeper’s house, we built a barricade on the track so if the keeper came out in his vehicle we’d have time to escape should the noise of the fleeing birds wake anyone. We then opened each pen in turn by cutting the zip ties that held the fence panels together and the plastic netted roof before herding the thousands of captives into the surrounding maize and wheat fields.

We will dismantle this industry pen by pen, shoot by shoot.

Until all birds fly free.
Animal Liberation Front