Stuttgart. Germany. There is good news! In Stuttgart on Saturday night (June 20) some young people followed the example of the worldwide revolts and started to resist the police. And of course it’s good news, even if some shop windows of petty bourgeoisie have been hit.Continue reading #Stuttgart is stable
For a week now, riots have been continuing in the suburbs of France. Several hundred riot cops have been sent to the districts. By the middle of the week, it is said that there were about 2,000 cops, then no more numbers were published. Instead, dozens of videos are circulating on social networks from the various cities in which long columns of CRS  vans can be seen.Continue reading Unrest in #Beaubreuil, #France: “We are at war”… against the police!
March 24, 2020. The whole world is in crisis mode. Stock prices are falling. The pandemic is spreading. States are forced to use authoritarian measures to gain control, while the full antisociality of the market economy is becoming apparent. So much, that the finest neo-liberals are now easily talking about nationalizations to make up for the damage to their image.Continue reading Land of the living dead
Germany. March 24. 2020. A surreal situation. You open the window in the morning on the main street where you are living for years now and no noise comes in. It’s quiet outside. People have started to respect the “restrictions to go outside”. The city is as quiet as it has probably not has been since 1945. If you move outside, however, police patrols are constantly passing you. What the hell is happening here?Continue reading #COVID19: Let us be realistic – let us demand the “impossible”!
German territory: The German state is producing one new law after the other. One cannot keep up any longer: People who warn others against deportations should be punished for it. There should be coercive detention for people who refuse to give away their passwords of their digital identity if the police suspect them. And that is by no means the end of current developments. These are now conditions that few people would have expected 5 years ago. The laws are coming faster and faster, and the outcry against them is no longer able to keep up.Continue reading German territory: Who still notices something?