Gilets Jaunes in Nantes: Several thousand demonstrators. Banks targetted. The far right pushed aside. Building the general strike.Continue reading #GiletsJaunes #Nantes, February 2: Another afternoon of anger
French territory: At least 10,000 protesters in Rennes, Nantes and Angers on January 19. The Gilets Jaunes mobilizations are getting bigger.Continue reading #GiletsJaunes #ActeX – A new level in the west: The #YellowVests movement is growing
Macron’s world is trying to spread the word that the Yellow Vests movement runs out of steam, but in Nantes the movement is still growing. A report from the events on December 22 in Nantes.Continue reading Reportback from YellowVests actions on December 22 in #Nantes: An Upgrade for Christmas?
In a play, the fifth act is the final one: the one of the outcome, the conclusion. For the fifth act of the Yellow Vests movement, the government seemed ready to do anything to put an end to the dispute. To force destiny.Continue reading #YellowVests December 15: #Nantes under a cloud of teargas
Reportback about yestedays Gilets Jaunes Act 4 actions in Nantes, French territory.Continue reading Reportback #GiletsJaunes in #Nantes December 8: The people want the fall of the regime!
Statement by Nantes Révoltée about blockades and a wild demonstration by the Yellow Jackets movement in Nantes, French territory. According to Nantes Révoltée there were no far right activists duiring yesterdays actions in Nantes.
On the night of July 3, 22 year old Aboubakar was killed by cops in the Breil district in Nantes. Heavy clashes broke out after the police murder. Here is a communiqué by the assembly of those injured by the police.
Information about support and infrastructure in Nantes in case of a second wave of expulsions in La ZAD, NDDL in so-called France.
Following the evictions from the Censive building and from the Château du Tertre, that saw more than 150 people thrown out, a new occupation followed the day after at the 9 rue Maurice Sibille. Help us to move in, call for solidarity.
At early hours last Wednesday, the prefecture of Nantes, with the green light of the presidency of the university campus, evicted the Castle of Tertre: a university building occupied by students and refugees last Autumn in order to house child migrants. 300 cops took part in a very swift operation which made 150 young people homeless. The eviction took place after a few months of unsuccessful negotiations with both University and the local government.