Helsinki. Finland. As a response to the call for a Global Week of Action against the Tigray Genocide and Starbuck’s made by our comrades in the Horn of Africa, we dropped a banner by a busy railway track next to the Helsinki Central Railway Station. The Ethiopian state has waged merciless war against the ethnic minority in Tigray for over half a year, aiming for a homogenous nation state.Continue reading Helsinki, Finland: Banner Against Tigray Genocide
Text by Alfredo Cospito from Ferrara prison: A Contribution About the “Proposal For a New Anarchist Manifesto”Continue reading Alfredo Cospito: On the “Proposal For a New Anarchist Manifesto”
Italians are “good people” in the Sub-Saharian Sahel.
This is the business card with which Italian colonialism and Italian imperialism uses to introduce itself in Africa (Libya, Somalia, Ethiopia, Eritrea and now in the border areas such as Congo and the Sahel), in the Middle East (Iraq, Syria , Lebanon) and Afghanistan to contend for part of the loot robbed through the economy and the wars of aggression of imperialism against the countries it dominates, yesterday, today and tomorrow.Continue reading Italy goes to war in the heart of Africa, Italy is our enemy
France. In the early hours of the 28th of April, French police descended upon the residences of 10 exiled Italian political militants of the 1970s. Seven were immediately arrested, an eighth would later turn himself in, and the whereabouts of two others remain unknown.Continue reading Red Shadows – On the arrest of exiled Italian political militants of the 1970s in France
Colombia. Human rights organizations in Colombia declared on Tuesday, May 4th that “the Colombian state has declared war against the peaceful protests” that have been taking place all over the country, epicentered in Cali, since April 28th. The human rights organization Temblores recorded at least 31 dead protesters, 216 victims of physical violence from the police, 814 arbitrary arrests, 21 people wounded in the eyes, and 10 cases of sexual violence.Continue reading Colombia: Massacres Continue against Demonstrators
Introduction, May 2021
As of writing this, over seven hundred people have been murdered by the military (Tatmadaw) junta of Myanmar. A coup was conducted on the morning of February 1st, 2021 by the junta under the fabricated excuse of fraud and inconsistencies in the November 2020 election results. With the seizing of power, the military declared a year long state of emergency, transferring the power of both the president and state counsellor to the commander and chief of armed services Min Aung Hliang.Continue reading All against the junta in Myanmar: An interview with “Rebel Riot” and a call for borderless solidarity
Berlin. Gathering May 12, 2021, 03:00 p. m. Willy-Brandt-Haus. Andreas Geisel: A man who boasts of creating positions for 2,260 new cops in the city, brags of arming said police force with 12,000 new pistols yet maintains he stands for “as much freedom as possible, as much security as necessary.”Continue reading Berlin: Andreas Geisel-Interior Senator of the Displacement Policy! Gathering May 12, 03:00 p. m., Willy-Brandt-Haus
Philippines. We are on our 10th days straight now of our Mutual Aid initiatives called “Buting Community Free Shop and Pantry” providing grocery goods, vegetables and foods to our neighborhood. At this day, we managed to repack for 140 people.Continue reading Buting Community Free Shop and Pantry [Philippines]
Solothurn. Switzerland. For 7 years now we can be found in our trailers in the city of Solothurn and the surrounding area. 7 years in which we have tried to get our request for a fixed location for our caravan site. But unfortunately there is still no solution for our alternative living project.Continue reading Solothurn, Switzerland: Wagenplatz “Wagabunten”, 7 years are enough! The “Wagabunten” are still around!
Berlin. Neukölln. Gentrification is becoming more and more prevalent in the area of Neukolln. From the restaurants in the so called “Kreuzkolln” area, to the bars on Weserstrasse; from the “Karstadt” at Hermannplatz to all over around Schillerkiez. The newest eyesore of the luxury development under construction “Kalle Neukolln,” brings the issue of gentrification even closer to our neighborhood.Continue reading Berlin, Neukölln: Rally against gentrification