Dresden. Germany. 08 September. 2021. We look back on a long and exhausting day. As early as 5:30 a.m., a bus from Leipzig left for the trial in Dresden, and by 7:30 a.m., about 80 people were already at the rally in front of the Dresden Higher Regional Court (OLG). Later, a bicycle demo joined them. In the course of the day, the rally grew to about 200 people. Many moving speeches were held, including a very moving one by Lina’s mother.Continue reading Report on the start of the Antifa Ost trial [Dresden, Germany]
Dresden. Germany. Greeting words from Lina’s mother at the rally at the start of the trial on 08.09.2021 at the Dresden Higher Regional Court (OLG).Continue reading Greeting words from Lina’s mother at the start of the trial on September 08, 2021 at the Dresden Higher Regional Court [Dresden, Germany]
Dresden. Germany. This evening (07.09.), a powerful and loud spontaneous demonstration moved through Dresden Neustadt to draw attention to tomorrow’s start of the trial against Lina E. and Antifa Ost at the Higher Regional Court (OLG) Dresden. More than 100 protesters took part, who wanted to show that although a few are sitting in the dock, this trial criminalizes necessary anti-fascist work of an entire movement. The charged group of anti-fascists are accused of being members of a terrorist organization according to §129 and of having carried out arson attacks and assaults against neo-Nazis. The defendant Lina E. has been held in pre-trial detention since November 2020, as the investigating authorities have used several cell phones and a small amount of cash in her apartment as evidence of an intention to flee.Continue reading Militant pre-evening spontaneous demo against the §129-trial against Antifa Ost in Dresden [Germany]
Germany. Speech by migrants from Dresden on the events in Hanau; held on 20.02.2020. (arabic below).Continue reading Speech by migrants from #Dresden about the events in #Hanau: Moral pacifism is no longer an option when Nazis take armed action against migrants
Dresden. Germany. Speech by “Feministischer Blockieren” from February 13, 2020.Continue reading #Dresden, Speech by “Feministischer Blockieren” from February 13
Today, on February 13, 2020, activists have disturbed the reading of the names of the dead in the 1945 bombing of Dresden at the Heide Cemetery with a loudspeaker choreography. The name reading was organized by the Denk Mal Fort e.V. and advertised by the city of Dresden and the AG13February.Continue reading #Dresden, #Germany: Press release on the heckling during the name reading at the Heide Cemetery on February 13
Dresden. German territory. Mobi video and call for participation in the antifascist protests and the feminist action week as well as the action week of Dresden Nazi Free around February 13, 2020 in Dresden.Continue reading February 15th – All out to #Dresden – Prevent Nazi rally – Abolish commemoration
A video of a fascist Pegida demonstration on June 25, 2018 in Dresden, Germany shows fascist Pegida supporters chanting “drown! drown!”
Solidarity action in Dresden, Germany on May 10 for the people who protested against the Bavarian new police law in Munich yesterday.
About 2000 people joined the weekly march of the fascist Pegida movement in Dresden, Germany on Monday night. About 30 antifascists blocked the march, and the police officer in charge decided to reroute the fascist march on the tracks of the tramway. Two antifascists tried to block the march again, but were cleared by participants of the Pegida march.
Image: Pegida participants clear a small blockade on a tramway in Dresden, Germany. Cops did not interfere. Image by News Photo – Fotojournalismus