From Newsletter #28: Together against repression

The resistance of the climate justice movement doesn’t suit everyone. RWE tries to silence our protest with civil proceedings. The repression targets only a few, but it affects us all.

We stand at the side of our comrades and support them in the court cases. Take part in the campaign “Kohle unten lassen statt Protest unterlassen” (“Leave the coal in the ground – instead of undermining our protest“) and show your solidarity.

Also currently being subjected to repression are the G20 protestors who, despite the intimidation of the Police, took to the streets to demonstrate for global solidarity. The fact that now the summit opponents in general are portrayed as “violent offenders” fills us with concern. The “Fabio Case” (link in German) shows in a frightening way how the investigation even calls our right to demonstrate into question. Therefore, it requires critical counter-publicity and solidary support of those affected. Together with the campaign of the Roten Hilfe we say: United we stand – wir halten zusammen! (link in german)


News

Newsletter #09/22

4. November 2022 Today we have news from the past, present and future for you: The evaluation of the International Working Group of the last action brings an international view of our Hamburg action in August. Currently, several court cases are pending against activists of the Ende Gelände action of 2019. Lützerath looks into an uncertain future because the threat of eviction seems to become more and more concrete. Continue reading ...

Newsletter Climate Antirepression #19 – October 2022

22. October 2022 Hey, we are back with a new climate anti-repression newsletter. After almost 10 years of denial of personnel in the climate justice movement, we look back at the strategy and want to stimulate to discuss it anew. Check out our focus for that. In addition, there are again trial dates and people in jail who are happy to receive your mail. Continue reading ...

++ Ende Gelände in court ++ Prosecution of climate protest is a no-go for democracy ++ Trials against activists, journalists and MPs near Leipzig begin ++

12. October 2022 "What is criminal is when energy companies like MIBRAG make profits with dirty lignite and burn up the planet for their profits. Ende Gelände opposes the climate crimes of the fossil corporations time and again. It is completely absurd that activists are therefore criminalized and put on trial. We will not be intimidated. On the contrary, the climate justice movement is getting bigger and stronger." Continue reading ...