Nantes. France. This Saturday, January 16 in Nantes, the first day of a curfew, reintroduced in an authoritarian country.Continue reading Nantes, France: Turbulent and colouful demonstration for fundemental rights
Madrid. January 9. 2021. Amazing images last night (January 9, 2021) in Madrid. There was a lot of snow in the Spanish capital, which was covered with a thick white blanket as is rarely the case. People took to the streets, and soon huge snowfights took place in the downtown area. The city became a big playground, and joy invaded the streets after a long period of gloom.Continue reading Madrid: A huge snowbattle and police charges [Video]
Marseille. France. Last weekend, several dozen cameras were sabotaged or covered with paint in Marseille, in response to the facial recognition and generalized surveillance allowed by the “global security” law.Continue reading Marseille, France: Painting against video surveillance
France. For a few days now, the media has been staging a case of “terrorism” that has been labeled “ultra-left”. In the early morning of Tuesday, December 8, after a weekend marked by a very strong mobilization against the “global security law”, 7 people were arrested in several cities and 5 were imprisoned after 4 days in police custody under an “anti-terrorist” regime for a “violent action project”.Two days earlier, Macron had called to break “the black blocs” by any means necessary. Shortly after, an En Marche (On the March) member of parliament praised “the professionalism of the police officers and the teams of the DGSI,” adding that “all terrorism must be fought with the same determination.” The one that comes from the Islamist ideology, as well as the one that comes from the “ultra-left” movement. A nice show, well organized, with the aim of legitimizing repression. And to revive an “far-left” scarecrow.Continue reading France: Did you say “terrorism”? Did you say “ulta-left”?
In this issue of Sunzi Bingfa you will find have several articles on New Year’s Eve 2020, it is quite obvious that the attempts to stop all public gatherings that night are primarily about counterinsurgency and not about protecting health.
The fear that the pressure in the boiler has become so high after almost a year of worldwide state of emergency that it will discharge with all its power is too deep-seated. In France, the ban on public gatherings after 8 p.m. has now been officially extended to New Year’s Eve. For years, New Year’s Eve has belonged to the youth of the suburbs and working-class neighborhoods; year after year, around 1,000 cars are torched during this night, and the French authorities have not published exact figures for several years for reasons. Just as the recent militant demonstrations against the New Security Law, which among other things prohibits the documentation of police violence, were also a revolt against the permanence of the state of emergency, the frustration and anger will also be unleashed at New Year’s Eve. A translation of a piece by companions from Nantes to break the night curfews, not only on New Year’s Eve. Sunzi BingfaContinue reading Lockdown in France: Let’s blow up the containment vessel
Paris. France. Several hundred thousand people took to the streets this weekend against the police state. In Paris, nearly 200,000 demonstrators from many different backgrounds mobilized in various ways. It was a historic mobilization for freedom.Continue reading #Paris: Wave of revolt against the new “Global Security” law – Images of a Saturday for freedom in Paris [Video]
Paris. France. November 23. 2020. Tents cleared of their occupants as if they were cattle, beatings, insults, grenades, massive theft of tents, and an odyssey without a solution.Continue reading #Paris, #France: Violent eviction of migrants on Place de la #République: The republic on the edge of fascism [Video]