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Fédération anarchiste (FA), #France: Murder of a teacher by an islamic fundamentalist

France. Statement by the External Relations of the Fédération anarchiste (FA) on the murder of a teacher by an islamic fundamentalist.

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Jacques Camatte: Enmity and Extinction

In this text, first published in July of 2019 on thewebsite of the journal InvarianceFrench communist theorist Jacques Camatte retraces the techniques of separation that have divorced the human species from the natural world. For Camatte, it is this perilous detachment — and subsequent ‘wandering’ — that lies at the root of the pervasive enmity our species displays toward itself, toward its past, and toward nature as a whole. For those interested, several additional interviewstexts, and commentaries on Camatte can be found on Ill Will Editions.

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#Montpellier, #France: Police evict a squat in rue Triolet, eight families with young children find themselves without solution

Montpellier. France. On the morning of Friday, September 25th, the police evicted a squat in Montpellier, leaving about thirty people without a solution, half of them children.

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Saint-Étienne, #France: imminent eviction of the squat of the post office of Solaure

On Tuesday September 22nd, a new judgment was handed down at the Administrative Court of Lyon. Even if there are few evidence, the City of Saint-Etienne is claiming a housing project with a ground-floor business carried by Inovy, a project carrying company. The court handed down its decision on Thursday September 24 with the order to leave the premises and the possibility of immediate eviction by the police. The residents are, as of today, in permanent risk of being thrown out onto the street without accommodation.

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#Calais, #France: Ban on distributing food to migrants is maintained – Mobilization on September 26th

Calais. France. For the judge of the administrative court of Lille, 4 kms on foot to eat, that’s fine. In an order dated September 22, the judge of the administrative court of Lille rejected the request made by 12 local and national associations to cancel the order of September 10, by which the prefect of Pas-de-Calais prohibited any free distribution of drinks and food in certain places in the city center of the municipality of Calais.

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#France: an anti-squat amendment threatens untitled occupiers

France. The anti-squat amendment supported by the Government (Ministry of Housing) generalizing the administrative eviction (by decision of the prefect and without trial) of untitled occupants was adopted in the law committees of the National Assembly on Wednesday, September 16. This proposal is excessively dangerous, and the time frame is short, since the law in which the amendment will be inserted will be discussed in the National Assembly the week of September 28.

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Vitry-sur-Seine (#Paris), #France: Presentation of La Kunda, new autonomous social center

France. Since February 2020, we are about fifty people – precarious, undocumented, students – to occupy a plot of land with three buildings in Vitry-sur-Seine. This place, empty for less than a year, owned by the Val-de-Marne, was a home and the headquarters of a company of land shareholders in the department. We chose to call it La Kunda (the community in Soninké).

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Julien Coupat et al: Things seen

Julien Coupat was one of the accused of the so-called “Tarnac” group. He is the author, along with others, of this text on “things seen” of May and August 2020.

What have we seen in the last six months, since the emergence of the virus, since the avalanche of transformations it has produced? How to prevent the weight of habit and the force of amnesia from accustoming us to what was then new, unthinkable, terrifying? While it undoubtedly calls for other observations, other records and other re-considerations, this text offers a journey through the times in order to avoid, with the passage of time, that the extraordinary molt into the ordinary and that the fearsome becomes legal.

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#Angers, #France: a look back at the demonstration in support of the Grande Ourse and the court case

Angers. France. On Tuesday 1st September, the Grande Ourse squat and its inhabitants were summoned to the judicial court by the owner, who demanded their immediate eviction. The collective having called for a rally at 1pm in front of the building and a support march, the afternoon was busy and lively. A quick look back at the mobilisation and the hearing itself.

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