Press release from January 17 by the press team of the Hambi Bleibt forest occupation.Continue reading #HambiBleibt: Contrary to what the government says, Hambacher Forest is not saved
«The resistance is global… a trans-pacific collaboration has brought this web site into existence.»
that’s how the first article on seattle.indymedia.org started on November 24th 1999. By forming the Indymedia network, we put journalism and press work about our actions and protests back into our own hands. With Indymedia, the anti-globalisation movement testified that a different and empowering “globalisation” in solidarity is possible.Continue reading Archive of #Indymedia #linksunten published
Berlin. We were left in the dark for a long time, now we have been informed about the new date – On 30.01. at 9:30 am the future of the anarcha-queer-feminist house project Liebig34 is to be judged again.Continue reading #Berlin: ROUND 2 – Eviction trial of #Liebig34 on January 30
Berlin. On the 6th of January, we chose to open a banner amidst the crossroad of Liebig and Rigaer Strasse and attack a police car in order to show our solidarity with the threatened houseprojects in Berlin and the evicted squats in Athens.Continue reading #Berlin: Solidarity means attack – Action for squats in Greece
Leipzig. Connewitz. German territory. Anyone who lives in Leipzig and may have been at the cross on New Year’s Eve can actually only have their ears ringing (as long as they are unharmed) and their eyes burning from what happened in the media after New Year’s Eve. So distorted, so unnecessarily exaggerated is that what happened there, that the question arises why it actually happened. To make it clear in short: We welcome the actions of the people on the cross and do not want to play it down or belittle it; but it was, with all success, also not this phantastic “more than before”, which cops, politicians and the media have now turned it into. It was more than happened on the cross in other years and a little less than was possible on other occasions in Leipzig.
But why now this giant theatre? Is it really because comrades tried to murder a cop there? Because the attacked cops were hurt as never before? Because the attack went beyond every foreseeable measure? At least that’s what people should be made to believe and this is not aimed at any kind of criminal prosecution or the like, but rather at preventing the emergence of a left-wing radical movement and to chase its protagonists apart and divide them at an early stage.
Leipzig. German territory. What happened on New Year’s Eve at Connewitzer Kreuz can only be adequately understood in the context of recent months. The year 2019 was marked by increasing aggressiveness and numerous humiliations, bodily injuries, insults and violent assaults by the cops, not only in Connewitz but in the whole of Leipzig. After a violent assault on left-wing youths at the Connewitz police station in 2018 ¹, the year 2019 was marked by numerous attacks on demonstrations by the pigs, people were beaten up, threatened, injured. In Connewitz they even dared for a few weeks to harass the residents with martial foot patrols of small BFE troops, who also harassed and pressured residents massively. After some attacks against the cops in Connewitz ², the police leadership seemed to have understood that the introduction of these foot patrols in the Connewitz neighbourhood met with general rejection.Continue reading #Leipzig: Considerations concerning New Year’s Eve in #Connewitz
Wuppertal. Haan. German territory. December 26, 2019. Since August 15, 2019 we have occupied the Osterholz forest. A lot has happened in these four and a half months. The forest, which was supposed to be cleared in October, is still standing, and that’s good. We will continue to actively oppose any possible logging for the capital interests of a private company called Oetelshofen.Continue reading After #Cop25 and the economic stimulus package: Stop appealing to those responsible! What we need is a revolt!
What follows is a call for a demonstration in Wuppertal (German territory) after the deadly police gunshots on December 7: Police violence affects us all!Continue reading Demonstration: After the Deadly Gunshots in #Wuppertal – Police Violence Affects Us All!
Cottbus. German territory. “Ende Gelaende” ends successful mass action of civil disobedience. Radical protest against climate crisis and for immediate coal phase-out .Continue reading #Ende Gelaende ends successful mass action of civil disobedience
Cottbus. German territory. Ende Gelaende. 500 climate activists in the Jänschwalde lignite mine. 450 activists on the tracks of the coal railway. Over a thousand other activists in the Welzow-Süd and Vereinigtes Schleenhain lignite mines.Continue reading #EndeGelaende: Several blockades in the Lusatian and Leipzig regions