Berlin. Gathering May 12, 2021, 03:00 p. m. Willy-Brandt-Haus. Andreas Geisel: A man who boasts of creating positions for 2,260 new cops in the city, brags of arming said police force with 12,000 new pistols yet maintains he stands for “as much freedom as possible, as much security as necessary.”Continue reading Berlin: Andreas Geisel-Interior Senator of the Displacement Policy! Gathering May 12, 03:00 p. m., Willy-Brandt-Haus
Wuppertal. Germany. We have deliberately decided not to demonstrate in the northern part of the city today, the autonomous May Day in Wuppertal. If the cops think to besiege whole districts like the northern part of the city to nip any protest in the bud, we come together, self-determined, in other neighborhoods of the city to make our struggles visible there. We think that we should work out and try out more new concepts to see which paths we can take to be resistant and uncontrollable, to expand our scope of action and not let ourselves be controlled.Continue reading Wuppertal, Germany: Autonomous May Day demonstration in Oberbarmen district sets colorful accents [Report and video]
Paris. France. An estimated 30,000 people took part in the traditional May Day demonstration in Paris. A large part of them was mobilized by trade unions such as the CGT, the Gilets Jaunes and more or less left-wing groups. Kurdish, Palestinian and Algerian structures were also present, presenting their specific demands. The mobilization from the anarchist or autonomous spectrum was modest and started only a week before the date.Continue reading May Day in Paris [Report and videos]
Hannover. Germany. Punctually at the start of the changed Infection Protection Act and the curfew that began with it, 150 people gathered from 9 p.m. at the Luther Church in the northern part of Hannover. From 10 p.m. they moved loudly through the streets.Continue reading Hannover, Germany: The curfew is back – so are we! Ninth radical left demonstration against the curfew
Wuppertal. Germany. Punctually at the start of the curfew at 10 p.m. on April 21, a small but determined spontaneous demo moved with smoke and fireworks in the Ölberg district in Wuppertal. Residents were informed with speeches about the critique against the curfew. Barricades were erected and the Ölberg district was covered in smoke with all colors of the rainbow. Unfortunately, we did not manage to block all the streets and the pigs found a way to spread out quite fast in the Ölberg district. We also did not manage to go into direct confrontation. Hopefully, a collective learning process has developed and we will manage to chase the pigs out of Ölberg in such situations in the future. Before the demo dispersed at Otto-Böhne-Platz, however, the adjacent Marien41 was covered with paint.Continue reading Wuppertal, Germany: Fireworks, barricades and paint – Angry spontaneous intervention against curfew
Chile. Second Public Communiqué by Buscando la kalle on the 32nd day of the Hunger Strike of anarchist and subversive prisoners of the social war.Continue reading Chile: Second Public Communiqué on the 32nd day of the Hunger Strike
Wuppertal. Germany. There has been a curfew in Wuppertal since Monday, April 19, 2021. But of course we have gone out anyway.Continue reading Wuppertal, Germany: Against the curfew! – All Out!
On Indymedia DE the following contribution of some anarchists from Wuppertal (Germany) appeared: On curfews in the context of the struggle against the COVID-19 pandemic.Continue reading Curfews: Everybody Out!
Berlin. Statement on an action against the EU border policies in front of CDU headquarters in Berlin.Continue reading Mud in front of the CDU: Against the compartmentalization policy of Europe!
Tübingen. Germany. Rally for the Day of Political Prisoners on the 18th of March. Where: JVA Tübingen (near Doblerstraße), Tübingen, Germany. When: 6 p.m., 18th of March 2021.Continue reading Cracks in the concrete – Rally for the Day of Political Prisoners