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#NRW state government prepares #HambacherForest eviction

The state government and the Ministry of Construction want to uproot illegally in Hambacher Forest again. Under the pretext of structural defects, activists are to be evicted from the trees. Last time they have massively cut trees , built highways and parking lots and thus damaged the valuable ecosystem of the Hambach Forest. They tried to break our resistance, but we are still there!

Originally published by Aktion Unterholz Facebook page. Image above: Archive image of evictions in Hambacher Forest in September 2018.

Note: Enough is Enough is not organizing any of these events, we are publishing this text for people across the US and Europe to be able to see what is going on and for documentation only.

So be ready:

  1. if you can, go into the forest this week to prevent evictions and clearing. At the camp and in the trees you are most welcome.
  2. take part in the activities. If you can’t during the week, be ready to be there at the weekend.
  3. express your anger, be it at work, in the university/school or on the internet, everyone should know: We want to end coal now, no more cutting of trees!

We will announce in the next days when and what exactly will take place!

Aktion Unterholz, January 7, 2019.

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2 thoughts on “#NRW state government prepares #HambacherForest eviction

  1. […] group called Aktion Unterholz has published an update on facebook (WTF) yesterday which we saw on enoughisenough. It goes as […]

  2. […] After a winter break, however, the state government now wants to evict the tree house squatters agai… They conceal the fact that trees will be cut and nature destroyed for this purpose. And this despite the fact that the court has just decided that no further cutting can take place (!!) before the court decides whether the Hambach forest is worth protecting. […]

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