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...from 11.6.2021

"50 Jahre Scherben" - Ein Vortrag über die Band TON STEINE SCHERBEN

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© Dr. Maurice Schuhmann
Rio Reiser, Kopf der Agit-Prop-Band „Ton Steine Scherben“ (TSS), war einer der einflussreichsten deutschen Musiker – und zudem auch Anarchist. Im Jahr 1970 erschien mit „Macht kaputt, was euch kaputt macht!“ ein Soundtrack für die Revolte der 70er und 80er Jahre; zwei Jahre später dann das Doppelalbum „Keine Macht für Niemand!“, dessen Titel eine Anleihe an eine Überschrift aus einer Anarchopostille war. TSS galt aber nicht als „reine“ Anarchoband, sondern erfreute sich auch in anderen linken Kreisen hoher Beliebtheit – außer bei den moskautreuen Kommunistinnen, die ihnen ihren Anarchismus vorwarfen. In einem Vortrag soll das Wirken jener Band, die zwischen 1970 und 1985 existierte, gewürdigt werden. Der Vortrag wurde am 25.9.2020 im Haus der Demokratie und Menschenrechte aufgezeichnet und von der Bibliothek der Freien organisiert: Link zum Vortrag » Dr. Maurice Schuhmann: https://www.facebook.com/pg/Dr.phil.Schuhmann/posts/ Bibliothek der Freien: https://bibliothekderfreien.de/ Haus der Demokratie und Menschenrechte: https://hausderdemokratie.de

Web: tube.tchncs.de

...from 11.6.2021

Aktionstag zum Unterschriften Sammeln DW Enteignen im HdDM

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© Deutsche Wohnen und Co Enteignen

Wir schließen uns dem Aufruf zum "Endspurt" der Enteignungskampagne an und veranstalten einen Aktionstag am Donnerstag den 17.06. vor dem Haus der Demokratie und Menschenrechte in der Greifswalder Str. 4. Alle Initiativen und Gruppen sind nochmal dazu aufgerufen, ihre Großcousinen, Eckkneipenbesitzerinnen und Nachbarn (et. al.) in einem letzten Kraftakt von den Vorzügen einer Enteignung der großen Berliner Immobilienkonzerne zu überzeugen. Am 17.06. werden wir feierlich die von uns gesammelten Unterschriften an das Kiezteam Prenzlauer Berg überreichen und gemeinsam mit allen Interessierten eine Sammelrunde im Volkspark Friedrichshain veranstalten.

Web: www.dwenteignen.de

...from 2.6.2021

Anarchist perspectives on the pandemic - #ReclaimSolidarity

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© Kronstadt Kongress

Social organising, health & domination, state of emergency, Counterinsurgency and Repressio

Saturday, 5 June 2021, 2pm - 10pm Mariannenplatz, Berlin-Kreuzberg

Speeches, open mic & live acts, music + performance

It is the anniversary of the emancipatory uprising of the sailors of Kronstadt. 100 years ago they revolted against authoritarian "leftists" and for the self-administration of their community. Also today, the authoritarian camps are gaining ground worldwide, the pandemic is accelerating the processes, bringing a state of emergency and repression onto the agenda. In order to find ways out of this and to talk about realistic possibilities of action from an anarchist perspective, a Kronstadt congress is planned. Due to adverse circumstances it has been postponed. Therefore, we are organising an improvised rally and invite you to review with us and look forward..

We want to hear your stories, your experiences and your manners from the past year. We want to create a space to listen to eachother and exchange ideas. More than a year has passed since the first lockdown. There has been a lot of talk about solidarity, while open spaces and living spaces are being cleared. People at Europe's borders continue to die, sea rescuers are persecuted by the state and the ultra-right.

Isolation and neglect are advancing, dystopian conditions have become the norm, uncritical obedience to the state has even become the left-wing consensus. Home office, as weird as it sounds, people have to be able to afford it. The cashier and many others have nothing of it. Worldwide, the virus has hit the poor harder than the rich. The effects of privatisation in the health system are catastrophic. Nurses were applauded from afar, while intensive care units overflowed. While people are dying of the virus, autoritarian egoists and neo-Nazis demonstrate under the guise of supposed freedom. The state lets them do their thing, attacks left-wing demonstrators and criminalises anti-fascist work. With the digitalisation push, new monitoring and control is established.

Ein zurück in die “Normalität” vor der Pandemie ist weder in Sicht noch wünschenswert. Es war vorher schon schlimm genug.

A return to "normality" before the pandemic is neither in sight nor desirable. It was bad enough before. Reason enough to talk about social revolution again! Precisely because the uselessness of the state, with its capitalist and misanthropic doctrine through chaos-politics during the pandemic, is becoming clear to more and more people. The failure of parliamentarism and the market economy for a genuine democracy lies before us as clearly as rarely before. What can we do?

We have invited some groups and individuals to comment on their situation. People who are organising socially despite and precisely because of the pandemic. But you were all asked! With a moderated open microphone, we invite to a discussion. Those who don't like to speak in front of a lot of people, have the possibility to drop written texts into a speech box at the rally. The written texts will then be read out. .

→ Was steht unseren politischen Kämpfen im Weg, wie gehen wir damit um?

→ Wie kann gegenseitige Hilfe in der Pandemie und darüber hinaus funktionieren?

→ Wie können unsere Kämpfe trotz Ausnahmezustand weitergehen?

→ Wo brennt es gerade? Was geht unter? Was geschieht ungesehen?

→ Viele Menschen werden vergessen oder absichtlich zurückgelassen. Wie geht es euch?

→ Wie geht es weiter? Was sind eure Sorgen? Was sind eure Utopien?

→ Wie gehen wir jetzt mit der technokratischen und autoritären Normalität um?

Alle Menschen und alle Sprachen* sind willkommen, Grundlage der Zusammenkunft ist gegenseitiger Respekt. Wer das missachtet ist am falschen Ort. Kein Machogehabe, kein Rassis¬mus oder Antisemitismus, kein Sexismus und Queerfeindlichkeit, keine Parteien und autoritären Positionen…

Es gibt ein Infektionsschutz-Konzept. Achtet auf räumliche Abstände zueinander, tragt Masken!

Wir freuen uns auf euch!

*bitte früh genug Bescheid geben, dann versuchen wir Übersetzung zu organisieren

Der Mariannenplatz ist zu Teilen barrierefrei bzw. barrierearm

Web: kronstadtkongress.de

...from 14.5.2021

Berlin despite Corona: Women in resistance - antifascist commemoration campaign

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© Frauen im Widerstand – antifaschistische Gedenkkampagne

Long live the women in the anti-fascist resistance!

Women* took a significant role in the resistance against National Socialism. However, their names and stories often remain unknown.

The VVN-BdA Weißensee/Hohenschönhausen, the Pankow Antifascist Offensive (PAO) and the North East Antifa (NEA) counter this at various events.






On the trail of women in resistance

Commemorative rally with and without a bike Sat. 15.05.2021 | 12:00 - 16:00 h | Brenner Berg (Pankow)


Park exhibitions on women in the resistance

Sa. 21.- 24.05.2021 | Time: tba | various parks (Pankow/Prenzlauer Berg)


"I was I am I will be"

Memorial demonstration on the occasion of the 85th anniversary of the death of Frieda Seidlitz Thu. 27.05.2021 | 16.30 h | Antonplatz (Weissensee)

Web: befreiung.antifa-nordost.org

...from 29.4.2021

“Gebraucht, beklatscht, aber bestimmt nicht weiter so.” Kundgebung der Berliner Krankenhausbewegung

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© ver.di

Einladung zur Kundgebung: “Gebraucht, beklatscht, aber bestimmt nicht weiter so.”

Am 12. Mai von 16- 17 Uhr vor dem Roten Rathaus.

Noch nie wurde so deutlich wie während der Corona-Pandemie, dass es dringend mehr Personal und gute Arbeitsbedingungen in unseren Krankenhäusern braucht.

Wir die Krankenhaus Beschäftigten von Charite, Vivantes und Vivantes Töchtern wollen deswegen dieses Jahr mehr Personal, gute Patient*innen Versorgung und faire Löhne ( “TVöD für alle”) mit einem Tarifvertrag erreichen.

Am 12. Mai überreichen wir darum mit 500 Kolleg*innen als Delegierte unserer Stationen und Bereiche zusammen mit 500 Vertreter*innen aus der Berliner Stadtgesellschaft unsere Forderungen an den Berliner Senat und starten ein 100-Tage Ultimatum an Senat und Klinikleitungen.

Wir laden euch ein am 12. Mai gemeinsam mit uns ein Zeichen zu setzen für eine gute Gesundheitsversorgung. Es müssen jetzt die richtigen Schlüsse aus der Pandemie gezogen werden und unsere Arbeit muss endlich die Anerkennung bekommen die sie verdient. Dafür sind wir alle gefragt.

Gemeinsam müssen wir klar machen, dass die Arbeitsbedingungen im Krankenhaus darüber entscheiden, ob Wir, unsere Freund*innen oder Verwandten in Zukunft in Würde versorgt werden können.

Kommt mit euren Freund*innen, Kolleg*innen, Verein, Gemeinde oder Gruppe am 12. Mai mit uns vor das Rote Rathaus. Bringt Schilder und Plakate mit, mit eurer Botschaft, warum ihr Teil der Berliner Krankenhaus Bewegung seid.

Hier könnt ihr euch zur Teilnahme anmelden: https://www.redseat.de/12-mai/

Wichtig: Auf der Kundgebung werden die Abstandsregeln eingehalten und durch Punkte auf dem Boden die Stehplätze markiert. Es gilt Maskenpflicht (FFP2) und bitte kommt nur nach voriger Online-Anmeldung zur Kundgebung.

Wir freuen uns auf dich! Gemeinsam machen wir 2021 zum Entscheidungsjahr über Berlins Gesundheitsversorgung.

Berliner Krankenhausbewegung

Web: berliner-krankenhausbewegung.de

...from 18.2.2021

One year after February 19 in Hanau. We accuse!

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© Initiative 19. Februar Hanau
(Excerpt from: "One year after February 19 in Hanau. Chain of failure before, in and after the night of the crime / central open questions. Link to the entire text of the Initiative 19 February Hanau")

On February 19, 2021, it will be exactly one year since a right-wing extremist perpetrator shot and killed nine people for racist motives. Central questions about the course of events as well as the background of the crime are still open and a number of new contradictions have been added.

Last but not least: In mid-December, an article in Spiegel Online made public how the authorities had once again failed with regard to the father of the right-wing terrorist in the months following the crime. This text summarizes the current state of affairs.

Part 1: Before the attack: why did the perpetrator receive weapons possession cards? Why didn't prosecutors respond to his charges? Why were previous armed incidents in Hanau-Kesselstadt not solved? Related to this is the most important question: could the nine murders have been prevented on Feb. 19, 2020?

Part 2: On the night of the crime. Contrary to the official representations, according to which police and rescue operations as well as accompaniment and care of the victims had run almost optimally, a mixture of excessive demands, ignorance up to racist behavior reveals itself in the real police-authority proceeding. In addition at least technical failure comes with the accessibility of the Hanauer emergency numbers as well as unclear expirations with the police employment at the house of the assassin.

Part 3: The failure in the days, weeks and months after the attack. This begins with dealing with the relatives regarding the autopsies of the victims, continues with endangerment approaches when the father of the perpetrator returns.

Part 4: The father. Before the attack, on the night of the crime, and to this day. The inability or unwillingness of the authorities to deal adequately with racist denunciations, taunts and even death threats from the perpetrator's father.

In the last part, we formulate demands - as consequences, of which we can see almost nothing even one year after February 19, 2020.

Politicians talk about a "caesura after Hanau", but nothing will change with warm words and empty promises. Only a critical and unsparing reappraisal with concrete consequences in practice could prevent racist acts of murder in the future. "We want to do everything we can to ensure that February 19, 2020 is never repeated," say all relatives of the victims and survivors together. To continue with accusations and public pressure is our only way to make the Hanau murders a real break and thus force a "caesura from below."

(Excerpt from: "One year after February 19 in Hanau. Chain of failure before, in and after the night of the crime / central open questions. Link to the entire text of the Initiative 19 February Hanau")

...from 5.2.2021

The (Re)Construction of the World Online conference February 12-14, 2021

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© medico international e.V.

"The political in our time must start from the imperative to reconstruct the world together. For the idea of decolonisation to have any value on a planetary scale, it cannot start from the assumption that I am purer than my neighbour."

Achille Mbembe


The (Re)Construction of the World

Aid. Solidarity. Politics.

Online conference, 12-14 February 2021

Many crises are currently interlinking to form a global crisis, which is densified in the Corona pandemic. The collapse of the old world order and with it the disintegration of supra-state and multilateral structures, the intrusion of economy in every corner of life, the return of an authoritarian nation state, the climate crisis and the surrender of politics - all symptoms of this crisis are brought to the point by the virus.

The world crisis becomes inescapable and physical where the survival of thousands, sometimes even millions of people depend on the aid they receive or get refused. What kind of world do we live in when aid only stabilizes a world order that is becoming increasingly needy and desperate? And: What kind of world is this, where aid is only an expression of the inability to make the world different and better?

Aid today must testify about the world it encounters and give account to itself and others about its own experiences and deeds. We want to bring these experiences to the fore for political discussion.

But this cannot only be about the crisis, it must always be about its solution: at least about attempts for a solution. We do know from such approaches that they must be global, that there must be solutions for everyone without exception, if they are to be fair and therefore sustainable. And the first question to be answered by all of us is the one about the possibilities of ending a politics which mean the end of politics, because it gives up working on global problems and instrumentalizes aid as garbage collection for the global devastations of capitalism.

The discussion of the world experience gathered in the aid sector will trace the beginnings of a renewed politics in the practices of solidarity that appear in the global protests for climate justice, the transnational feminist and anti-racist movements, the local uprisings for democracy, human rights and a dignified life. From there, our conference "The (Re)Construction of the World" wants to define the relationship between aid, solidarity and politics from the promise we have made to ourselves in the Declaration of Human Rights: The promise of a global and social order in which the rights granted to us all would be fully realized.

Web: www.medico.de

...from 29.1.2021

Online events on displacement and urban restructuring 02.02.-23.02.2021

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© Regenbogenfabrik Block 109 e.V.

Small Trade under pressure

Thu, 02.02.2021 20:00

The Rainbow Factory is running 4 online events on displacement and urban restructuring. The events will take place in February every Tuesday at 20:00.

The first event deals with commercial space. Commercial rents are rising. Small businesses are being squeezed out. Profit interests of real estate companies are taking precedence over the interests of the neighbourhoods. But there are more and more businesses that are fighting back. What are the possibilities of resistance? Are there ways to stop the death of neighbourhood culture? What are the perspectives for the future?

In the event we want to talk to the Syndikat, Kisch & Co, and the Mutiny about their experiences and discuss them. Through inputs from a lawyer and an activist on the commercial tenancy reform, we want to discuss the possibilities of resistance and give perspectives for the future.


Further events:

Housing as a profit investment

09.02.21 8:00 pm

Guests: own need knows no notice, preventing eviction, Berlin homeless aid

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Giving houses to those who need them

16.02.21 20:00

Guests: H48, Lause10/11, house purchase Friedelstr.


The struggle continues ...

23.02.21 20:00

Guests: #besetzen(requested),Berlin vs. Amazon, Dt. Wohnen expropriate, he who has gives (requested)


Link to join the online event:https://bbb.extern.alt.coop/b/lud-dpj-gdj"

Link to audio stream: https://roach.fm/ "


Translated with www.DeepL.com/Translator (free version)

Web: www.regenbogenfabrik.de