Terror group for abortion or terrorist fraud?

Are we heading for a “night of rage” over abortion? An anonymous group called Jane’s Revenge threatened to create chaos when the US Supreme Court announced its decision in Dobbs vs. Jackson Women’s Health Organization. The decision is expected to be made today, Thursday or next week.

or draft decisionexpired in May, suggests that the Court will overturn Roe v. Wade and Planned parenting v. Casey, the main precedents on which the current abortion regime is based. If that happens, there will certainly be protests in front of the Supreme Court and across the country.

But will the protests remain peaceful? IN Wall Street Journal suggests that they I will notnoting that leaflets “popping up in Washington” issue a “CALL FOR ACTION DC NIGHT OF ANGER”.


IN diary suggests that “Jane’s Revenge” will “do something that sounds like what Democrats would call an uprising if it were directed at another part of the government.”

But we have no idea if the leaflets are real at all (as opposed to being released by a group trying to make election activists look bad or just cause chaos and fear). And even if they are, that doesn’t mean people will really take the call.

Reports of Jane’s revenge have been posted on website launched in May. They say “we are not one group, but many” and talk about “different cells”, which are “multiplying messages”.

There is something suspicious in the group’s statements, which rely on excessively vicious language, such as:

Over the last month, we’ve demonstrated how easy and fun it is to attack. We are flexible, we are alive and we are not accountable to anyone but ourselves. …

From now on, any anti-choice group that closes its doors and stops working will no longer be a target. But until you do, the season is open and we know where your operations are. The infrastructure of the enslavers will not survive. We will never stop, retreat, slow down or withdraw. We didn’t want that; but it is up to us, and therefore we must deal with it proportionately.

This sounds like what someone would write if they were trying to scare people about violent choice activists.

But whether they are legal or not, the actions taken on behalf of Jane’s Revenge are real. This includes setting fire to a pregnancy crisis center (which urges pregnant women not to have an abortion) in Madison, Wisconsin. This building was also painted with an anarchist symbol and the phrase “if abortion is not safe, so are you.”

The group is also credited with vandalism and sometimes worse – including arson, smashing windowsand incendiary bombs– In at least 14 other places. In Amherst, New York, she painted “Jane Was Here” on the wall of a pro-life organization. Other places were destroyed with the same message seen in Madison. So far, fortunately, no one has been injured.

The interception examines the group in more depthnoting that “among abortion advocates,” Jane’s Revenge – whoever they are – has received predictably mixed reviews. “

If the group is a “false flag”, it seems the perfect tactic: a campaign of violence by election forces will strengthen the image of abortion advocates as barbarians and justify the draconian punishment of those who perform, facilitate or abort, writes Judith Levine in The interception. But it is also possible that “Jane’s Revenge” is the “first”, something like an anarcho-feminist descendant of Weather Underground, the secession of “Students for a Democratic Society”, which bombed university and government buildings, banks and other collaborators in the aggression of The United States v. Vietnam in the 1960s and 1970s. “

“Weather Underground has vowed to harm only property, not people,” Levine said. “But inevitably lives were lost because of his failed heroic deeds.”


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