By Rote Hilfe Frankfurt local group (originally published in German in Rote Hilfe Zeitung 1/2019) On December 18th 2018 the first trial, which deals with the events in Elbchaussee Street during the G20 summit in the early morning of July 7th 2017, began in Hamburg. Accused are four comrades from Frankfurt metropolitan region and a comrade from France. Most of them are only accused of being present in this action, but the Public Prosecutor's … [Read more...]
...ums Ganze! - antinational alliance (DE/AT)
...ums Ganze! is an anti-capitalist alliance currently consisting of 11 groups based in Germany and Austria. It was founded in order to organize radical left critiques and analysis supra-regionally in both theory and practice. The term “...ums Ganze!” can be roughly translated as “...to the whole (thing)!” and means that the alliance’s focus lies in an anti-authoritarian analysis and critiques which cover the whole complexity of state, nation and capital. Reade the whole text...
Overview and comment about the demonstrations and actions of the last months in Germany 14th April Berlin: 25k at a demonstration against gentrification and the “insane housing situation”. On 20th October the next one with a similar topic and similar size is scheduled for Frankfurt 10th May Munich: 40k at a demonstration against a new authoritarian police law in Bavaria 21st May Berlin: Occupation of 9 houses in Berlin. During the year … [Read more...]
The demonstration against the summit oft he European leaders will start on the 20th of September at 2pm in front of the main station in Salzburg. From 11am there will be an announced rally and a public exhibition about the issues of migration and escape will be organized. At 11.30am a public hearing will take place, where activists from Sub-Sahara- Africa will speak about deportations and the exterritorialisation of the European border regime to … [Read more...]
On the 20th of September, EU-leaders will meet in Salzburg, Austria. There they will talk about “security” and the “fight against illegal migration”. Austria’s new racist government will be in charge of the meeting. What does that mean? 1) They want more police controls, more surveillance, higher punishments, and stricter laws. That means: More rights for the state and the police; less rights for people. 2) They want to make it even more … [Read more...]