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Brussels: A hundred residents mobilise to avoid eviction

Brussels. May 7. 2021. A hundred residents are mobilising to avoid eviction: the building has been empty since 2017 and belongs to Belgium’s second largest fortune.

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Belgium, Arlon: The Zablière evicted

Arlon. Belgium. Early this monday morning, March 15, the forces of disorder evicted the zadists present in the area. The Arlon police mobilized last night with the support of the federal police on the outskirts of the Zablière to begin an eviction at dawn. This method of intervention without prior notice aims to avoid having to confront the movement as a whole, to prevent solidarity and resistance from organizing.

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Brussels: political appropriation with the agreement of occupation of the squat rue de Koninck

Belgium. The group, which had been squatting since March 2020 in a former printing shop at 44 rue Honoré Longtin in Jette, was threatened following last October’s eviction order. Launched in December, an occupation campaign led to the opening of several squats (L’Hospitalière in Saint-Gilles, the Citydev building, the Sleeping Beauty and the Opel Garage in Molenbeek) and the relocation of the inhabitants of the Jette squat to these new squats.

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Ember Demonstrations: Resistance against the curfew in Liège, Belgium

Since November, in Liège, Belgium, several nocturnal demonstrations have expressed determination to resist repressive measures, presented by the state as sanitary measures. The curfew was particularly targeted, as a symbol of an authoritarian policy preventing the construction of autonomous solidarity in the face of the virus. In the continuity of the work done by the Popular Solidarity Brigades, but also in the continuation of the riots that crossed Italy and, more recently, the Netherlands, we return to these “igneous demonstrations” with those who initiated them.

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Brussels: Massive repression against demonstration against the class and racist judiciary

Brussels. Belgium. On Sunday, January 24, 2021, a rally was held on Albertine Square in Brussels to denounce racism and the class character of the Belgian justice system. A similar action had been banned by the Mayor of Brussels on December 5, 2020. Although this time the rally was not outright banned, it was not allowed either. The political authorities and the police were therefore free to repress the event whenever they felt like it.

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ZAD D’Arlon threatened with eviction: Call for resistance! [Belgium]

Germany. Belgium. For the moment the struggle for the Dannenrod forest occupation is in a calm phase, the eviction of the Bahnhof forest in Flensburg could be prevented just in time, and in the Rhineland villages are being destroyed for coal. Because even in a pandemic, state and capital are not asleep, neither in Germany nor anywhere else. In neighboring Belgium, there is also resistance to this destructive system, since 2019 in the form of the Zabliere, a forest occupation against offices and parking lots. Already at the beginning there was a video about the resistance there on the Facebook account of Hambach Forest. Now the occupation in Belgium is threatened, what follows is the call of the occupation to defend it now and today, in the face of the threat of eviction on January 26, 2021.

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Brussels – Revolt for Ibrahima: Police station burned down – Stones against the car of the Belgan king

Brussels. Belgium. On Wednesday, January 13, several hundred people gathered in front of the Gare du Nord police station in Brussels, responding to calls made on social networks by the relatives of Ibrahima, 23, who died last Saturday after being arrested by the police.

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Notes on the state of the plague [Video]

A reflection on the COVID-19 pandemic through the words of Michel Foucault. The transcription of the video is in English.

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#Brussels, #Belgium – Verdict of the court of appeal concerning the case against anarchists

Brussels. Belgium. On Thursday, November 12th, the judge of the Appeals Court in Brussels made its decision public concerning the case against anarchists accused of criminal association and various crimes.

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#Brussels, #Belgium: ‘The one spectacle that continues despite viruses and lockdowns’

Brussels. Belgium. While the cultural sector is still debating social distancing restrictions with whatever politician appears to be in charge, one venue keeps on hosting its spectacles in spite of everyone. So we are disgusted to announce to you the upcoming theatrical performance taking place on the 8th and 9th of October 2020 in the Palais de Justice in Brussels (that Moloch built on top of the proletarian Marolles and adored by many authoritarians for its oppressive bombast).

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