The organizers of todays demo of Turkish fascists and nationalists announced yesterday that they were expecting 1000 people on their demo, but only about 300 showed up earlier today. At the autonomous center (AZ Wuppertal) people confronted the fascists and nationalists with spontaneous counter protests. A reportback.
Statement by a group about the attack on a new (it’s in construction) police station in the Elberfeld district in Wuppertal, Germany.
Activists did a banner drop in solidarity with Afrin at the Autonomous center in Wuppertal (AZ Wuppertal) , Germany. At the back side of the autonomous center activists dropped a banner saying: “Biji” Berxwedan Afrin” (Long Live Resistance Afrin). The visitors of the DITIB mosque in Wuppertal will now see the banner everytime they visit the mosque. The DITIB mosques are sponsored by the Turkish erdogan regime.
In April 2018 Enough is Enough will open an Info-Café in Wuppertal, Germany. Apart from events and of course something to eat and to drink, we will offer pamphlets, flyer, books, t-shirts and other stuff. We will also support some other projects like for instance Vio.me (a self-organised factory in Thessaloniki) and Zapatista collectives in Chiapas.
Statement by some autonomous anti-authoritarian comrades from Wuppertal, Germany about last nights events.
Video and a short report about actions against gentrification in Berlin and Wuppertal, Germany.
About 500 people marched in solidarity with Afrin in the city center of Wuppertal, Germany last night. Cops confiscated YPJ and YPG flags before the start of the demo and even wouldn’t allow 3 bags with the characters YPG (image above). Police authorities in Cologne will ban all demonstrations of the Kurdish association NAV-DEM.
Activists occupied the party offices of the Social Democratiy Party (SPD) in Hamburg yesterday. The activists hung up a banner at the front of the building with the text: “Blood on your hands!” Riot cops cleared the building, detaining two activists. German arms manufacturer Rheinmetall is pressing ahead another arms deal with the Turkish state. with For todays demonstration in solidarity with Afrin in Wuppertal, Germany police authorities banned all flags with Kurdish colours.
After cops stopped and dissolved a demonstration in solidarity with Afrin in Cologne on January 27 and only allowed a stationary gathering on February 3 in Dortmund, they banned todays demonstrations in Cologne and Duisburg completely. In Duisburg at least 2 people were detained today. All these authoritarian and repressive measures took place in the German state North Rhine-Westphalia (NRW). On Tuesday there will be another demo in solidarity with Afrin in NRW, this time in Wuppertal (February 13, 18:00, in front of the City-Arkaden).