More than 700 academics, activists, artists, and journalists, as well as some 50 collectives, initiatives, editorial boards, and organizations have reacted to the eruption of hatred against the refugees and migrants channeled through the media and social discussions in Croatia.
No Name Kitchen has been collecting reports about pushbacks from Croatia to Serbia or Bosnia during several months. And here we share with you one of the last reports.
Migrants protested for the third day in a row against EU border policies at the Maljevac border crossing. Croatian cops violently stopped migrants at the Bosnian/Croatian border. Several migrants were injured. The protests are ongoing.
Yesterday migrants protested against the EU border regime at the Bosnian Croatian border. Today they continued their protest. A Two reports by No Name Kitchen.
German territory: Yesterday (October 11, 2018), with a color action on Stuttgart’s Marienplatz, we drew our attention to the daily bloodshed on the walls of Fortress Europe. Every day countless people die while fleeing. Tomorrow, Sunday, Ocotber 14, there will be a demo in Stuttgart. The demo starts at 05:30pm (17:30) at Schlossplatz.
Three women attempting to reach Europe were found dead with their necks slashed close to the border of Turkey and Greece.
We republish the Alarm Phone 6 Week Report, 23 July – September 2, to give an idea about what happens at the outer borders of the European Union in a time period of 6 weeks. After the Alarm Phone report we published a short call about our work with S.O.S. Kladusa and Cars of Hope at the Bosnian/Croatian border. Winter is coming and we need your support.
Seán and Sarah have now been in custody for 14 days (today even 15 fays, EIE). They have been arrested because of their work with refugees on Lesvos.
Increasingly, we are trapped by militarised borders. Since the ’80s and ’90s, border controls have become more and more brutal, inhumane and all-pervasive. The answer of the capitalist-imperialist States to augmented migration has been to make it impossible for most to travel legally, build detention centres for immigrants and to carry out more deportations.
Greece: A brief reminder. In January 2015 Paul Mason proclaimed on his Twitter account: “come to Athens – the revolution is happening”. It is 2018 now, and three years later it is Donald Tusk, the President of the European Council, who is ecstatic: “You did it! Congratulations to Greece and its people on ending the programme of financial assistance.” What happened?