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Further public critisism for the police violence in Danni

Dannenrod. Germany. Many people still fight in Danni for the forest, for the trees and other living creatures, for a better world, for life, for…

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Germany: Where do we go from here? – A report from the Danni protest camp

Dannenrod. Germany. The fight for the Danni is far from over. It is true that we – by this I mean all living organisms, human and non-human animals – have suffered heavy defeats through the loss of various habitats, and many may still not be aware of the consequences for society. But more and more people are becoming aware of the need for a change in our mobility and an ecological way of life.

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Dannenrod, Germany: Attempted arson attack against Danni protest camp

Dannenrod. Germany. In the night from the 8th to the 9th of January we had uninvited visitors at the camp. Four people kicked off a car mirror, pushed a porta-potti around and attempted two times to set fire to a nearby barn.

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Solidarity from Bure, La Zad du Carnet and west of france: Solidarity with Dannenrod Forest Occupation

Dannenrod. Germany. The tree houses were evicted, the cops needed two months for the eviction but the resistance against the A49 highway is far from over. The protest camp is still there and people continue to resist. What follows are 3 solidarity statements from France.

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An autonomous reflection on the continuation of the struggle in Dannenrod Forest

Dannenrod. Germany. Another reflection on the eviction and deforestation of the Dannenrod forest. Nothing is over, everything is just beginning…

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Dannenrod Forest: About violence and non-violence

What follows is an interesting read from some people (they are speaking for themselves, not for the whole occupation) of the Dannenrod forest occupation about violence and non-violence.

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Hundreds of activists block highway construction site in Dannenrod forest

Dannenrod. Germany. December 5, 2020. 800 activists have been blocking the highway construction site in Dannenrod forest in the German state of Hesse since the early morning hours. They are protesting against climate destruction by new highways and for an immediate change in traffic policies.

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Dannenrod Forest: Do We Have a Forest? The Need to Diversify our Tactics

Dannenrod. Germany. Currently in Mittelhessen we are losing forested areas and are quite understandably upset and angry. 6 weeks ago the cutting started and already the track of the proposed highway has cut kilometres through 2 forests and now attacks where the main occupation, Danni is. Those people here to safeguard this habitat have been putting their lives in danger, in situations in which cops cut ropes which secure them and have fallen metres to the ground, they have been beaten off of machines and some tortured in custody (Gesa). Let us remind that the police is an apparatus of the state invented to protect private property, and this is what many of us here at Danni are fundamentally against. We are here rather for the common good, clean water, air, natural ecosystems, community, shelter. To own something is to take care of it, what the state rather does is take possession to control and we oppose. We write this article in order to clearly communicate the means necessary to arrive at the ultimate goal of forests that stay and regenerate, and a highway project that gets composted into a tale of a nonsense that could have happened.

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#Dannenrod forest occupation: Why we are still here despite the pandemic.

Dannenrod. Germany. „I beg you: Please refrain from any travel that is not really absolutely necessary […] Please stay at home, at your place of residence, whenever possible„, said Angela Merkel [1] on 17 October in her podcast [2]. That day I got on a train, crossed a state border and joined the activists who, like me, came from several cities, states and countries in Europe to protect the Danni forest from destruction.

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#Wiesbaden, #Germany: Spontaneous demo in solidarity with #Dannenrod forest occupation: “Release all the people! – Danni Stays”

Wiesbaden. Germany. On Tuesday night we took the street together in Wiesbaden and showed with determination what we think about the reppressive police action and the deforestation at Danni [1].

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