Eight Pont Valley protectors appeared in Court and were found guilty for standing up against the coal industry and attempting to stop a new opencast coal mine from opening in the UK.
Today, on November 13, 2018, the Hambi9 who were arrested in the district of Düren were brought before the local court. After about 5 hours the verdict was spoken: acquittal for all defendants.
During the last forest walk (11/11/2018), two police officers participated. Permanent calls and banners made these contact officers realize that they had no business in the forest and then they went away towards the end of the walk.
We, an autonomous group of environmental activists, occupied today, Monday Nov. 12th, 2018 an excavator in the Garzweiler open pit mine near Keyenberg.
Two trials against anti-fascist / anti-racist activists will soon take place in Aachen. We call for a solidary accompaniment of the trial and a demo against the shift to the right and repression.
Hambacher Forest: Expropriations are by law in the public interest. For example, because of jobs. Significantly, neither RWE in the application for expropriation of the meadow (Wiesen camp, EIE) nor NRW in the 3rd Framework Plan substantiate this expropriation with workers’ interests. Was that only forgotten by RWE and NRW? Kurt Claßen, the owner of the meadow, digs deeper and wants a statement. Embarrassing…
Hambacher Forest,m Ende Gelaende: With a little delay, a report on an incident on Sunday, Oct 28th, 2018.
Hambacher forest is re-occupied in the past weeks, but there is more and more cop activity in and around the forest on the German territoty near Cologne.
Almost two weeks ago (Oct. 13th, 2018), a group of us began squatting Manheim, opening up the MAZ (Manheim Ⓐutonomous Zone) 46 occupation on the corner of Friedensstrasse and Forsthausstrasse.
In the early morning of Sunday, October 21th, 2018, a group of activists once again occupied and thus blocked a digger in the coal mine. The activists climbed up peacefully and attached banners saying “No jobs on a dead planet”, emphasizing once more that the action is directed against the coal mine and not against the workers.