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Liebig34 is evicted

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Berlin: Liebig34 is evicted. Call for day X demo 09.10.20

It feels incredible to type these words into the keys: The Liebig34 is cleared.
At 7:00 a.m. Robocops started sawing and flexing fences, doors, windows and barricades and at 11:00 a.m. the last inhabitants* of the Liebig34 were dragged out of the rooms. We are sad. We are crying. We are exhausted. WE ARE ANGRY.

2 excavators torched, Defend Liebig34!

from Indymedia Germany translated by defendliebig34

documentation from various sources, mainly indymedia:

Berlin: Two excavators torched on Implenia construction site – defend Liebig34!

On October 9, the Anarcha-Queer Feminist House Project at Liebig Strasse 34 is to be evacuated. Another eviction that joins a long list of forced evictions and displacement processes of recent years, which are always enforced with all violence and political will, no matter what government. Just like the “Schwarzer Kanal” car park, which resided on the banks of the Spree on Michaelkirchstraße until 2010.

Interview: Terra Incognita Squat

via AMW

The Struggle in Thessaloniki Through the Eyes of Terra Incognita Squat

This interview with members of Terra Incognita Squat reaches us by submission. The squat was invaded by the police on August 17, 2020, equipment confiscated, and the squat sealed off. Comrades issued a call for international support. This interview goes into further detail about the work and political objectives of the nearly two decade project.

One Year of Resistance

from act for freedom now!

10, 100, thousands of squats

One Year of Resistance Against State Terrorism

Today, 26.8.20, marks one year since the armed hooded men of Chrysochoidis invaded the refugee squat of Spyrou Trikoupi 17 and the neighboring Transito squat. It was early in the morning when they forcibly pulled out families with young children from their beds–people who after much hardship and suffering had found a place to grow roots again in these buildings. They took them from their home and distributed them in miserable camps to live in the dirt and with indifference in canvas tents. Since then, a barrage of state terrorist attacks on refugee and political squats has led to evacuations, snatching of people, beatings, and arrests.

Arson in Solidarity with Terra Incognita

via Athens Indymedia

Thessaloniki, Greece: Arson Attack Against a Diplomatic Corps Vehicle in Solidarity with Terra Incognita Squat

At dawn on August 17, garbage in uniform invades and evacuates the occupied Terra Incognita. They seize equipment and logistical infrastructure, amid a frantic feast of state terrorism and a media culvert. But the comrades of the occupation with their heads held high show us the way to the struggle and not the victory of the state and the neo-liberal repressive strategy: But buildings can be reoccupied. Infrastructures can be built again. The relationships and processes which take place within them can never be repressed by states, cops or authorities…

Terra Incognita, regarding the Eviction

From Mpalothia

Thessaloniki, Greece: Announcement by Terra Incognita regarding the Eviction on 17.08.2020

This morning (17/8), around 5 am, the uniformed scum of the greek police invaded Terra Incognita in Thessaloniki, which is a building that has been occupied since 2004 and constitutes a landmark of struggle and the anarchist movement in the city.

What the Bubble is and what it is not

From Squat Bublina recieved via email.

The Bubble (Bublina in Czech) is a squat, located on the planet Earth, somewhere on the road between the cities of Aš and Břeclav. These buildings with a yard have been unused by the owner and inhabited by many different people with many various motivations over the years. Some of them left, others have been expelled by the police. Since August 2019, the squat has been occupied by first member of a newly emerging group of residents and supporters, and has been re-named to “Bublina” (The Bubble).

Bank Smashed in Response to Raid and Evictions in Berlin

From Act for Freedom Now! via AMW

Solidarity means attack – no eviction remains without response

Today (July 10, 2020), as a first response to the raid and evictions in the front building of Rigaer94, we attacked a branch of the Berliner Sparkasse in Lichtenberg with stones and destroyed the windows.

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