German territory: Yesterday (October 11, 2018), with a color action on Stuttgart’s Marienplatz, we drew our attention to the daily bloodshed on the walls of Fortress Europe. Every day countless people die while fleeing. Tomorrow, Sunday, Ocotber 14, there will be a demo in Stuttgart. The demo starts at 05:30pm (17:30) at Schlossplatz.
Call by Pro Choice Munich for a feminist demonstration in Munich on the 27th of October.
Manheim is one of the villages that #RWE wants to destroy for their open pit mine. Apart from the re-occupation of Hambacher Forest, activists now also squatted an empty building in Manheim. An invitation to a gouse and garden party at October 13 in Manheim.
This letter was written in the JVA Cologne prison on September 19, but received at October 8. UP 20 (Unknown Person 20, the prisoner did not give her identity details to the cops) wants to be called Andrea. At the moment two Hambacher Forest prisoners are still imprisoned: Andrea and a person who is known under the nickname Eule.
Call by several organizations that we don’t necessarily agree with, as we think capitalism (including green capitalism) is part of the problem and we don’t want to appeal to leaders of the German state. But we decided to publish this call because we think its important to know the demands of these organizations. We plead for an anti-authoritarian block on this demo with our own calls. We will discuss our ideas with comrades of other collectives in the coming weeks.
Some activists of the Hambacher Forest occupation wrote this open letter to all who feel part of the resistance.
Letter by Kurt Classen, owner (in a juridical sense, Classen allowed activists to build a protest camp on the field at the edge of Hambacher Forest) of the field where Wiesencamp (Meadows) was build on. The letter was send to Armin Laschet, Prime Minister of the German state North Rhine Westphalia. Update: The eviction has been delayed for now as Kurt Classen appealed against the decision.
We, the investigation committee, want to document unlawful behavior and violence on the part of the police or RWE employees.
Kerpen-Buir (near Cologne), 6-10-2018: Thousands of people left a mass demonstration in Buir to follow Ende Gelände’s call to stream into the Hambach Forest. Many of them are hanging in red hammocks in the trees to shape a symbolic Red Line against coal mining. Ende Gelände is happy to see that people start re-building tree houses and other buildings to continue the occupation of the forest.
An excavator of RWE was blocked for 27 hours in the open pit mine at the edge of Hambacher Forest. Nobody was charged after the action ended, the activists returned in the forest. The text below was written before the action ended yesterday afternoon.