Nucleus of Conspirators for the Extension of Chaos

Nucleus of Conspirators for the Extension of Chaos is apparently an anarchist group determined to disrupt the Argentine government. Although the group threatened to perpetrate additional chaos, it has not claimed credit for any incidents since 2011.Communique after incident in 2011:Ten years after the rebellion of December 20, 2001, we see how in the streets the left wing of capital and the progressive sectors continue to the use the blood of the comrades who fell in confrontation in order to promote politics, perpetuating power and achieving a comfortable seat in congress in some temple of development of the state/capital, and to thus to keep reproducing and making routine the beatings and the misery.On December 20, 2011 at 1 am we attacked with a bomb the secluded residential triangle yards away from the Department of Security and the place where various embassies are located.The reasons why we carried out this action abound, but will we mention three:1. For the 10th anniversary of…

Nucleus of Conspirators for the Extension of Chaos, also known as Core Conspirators for the Extension of Chaos, Núcleo de Conspiradores por la Extensión de Kaos, Cell of Conspirators for the Spread of Chaos, Core Extension Conspirators by the fact Kaos is a group formed c. 2011. It is not known if it's still active.
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