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Statement on G20 Welcome To Hell

| July 8th, 2017 by Doemela | Comments Off on Statement on G20 Welcome To Hell

As is expected, “the Media” focuses on fire bombs in cars and smashed shop windows everything is about to say about such actions, but this reduces the protest in Hamburg to these incidents. We are not interested in knowing whether the comrades are actually responsible for those deeds or not, expropriation is an ethically just and politically legitimate practice, a method of struggle that is part of the history of all revolutionary movements.

Indeed, despite the constant attempts by Power to reduce this method to within the scope of a ‘common crime’ or ‘terrorism’, the fact is that ‘the deed’ is a constant in our history: from the anarchist-syndicalist groups in the early twentieth century, to the various autonomous groups of the the 70s and 80s.

You only read in the media about how completely violent BlackBloc is. Meanwhile, we would like to give a little more explanation and a summary of the many reports that are in the meantime, about which you read almost nothing in the media. But first we heard from the media that a couple of activists in Hamburg were severely injured because they fell “from a wall”, that actually looks like…

Police take Welcome to Hell literally

In Germany there is a law that you should not disguise. Sunglasses and scarf are enough to pick you up. Or even just a clown nose. It’s not a violation but a crime. That law was once thought up in the 1980s to pester Autonomen.

On the “Welcome to Hell” demonstration against the G20 and their politics of cuts and poverty, about 14,000 people were. Of these, there were about 2,000 “masked”, if you at least take the definition very well.
The police threatened to intervene, which the organization mediated with the people of the BlackBloc. Most of them removed their scarves and sunglasses. The negotiations were just going on with a remaining group, when the ME suddenly attacked, and everyone.

The law about masked people has clearly been used as a tool for the use of extreme police violence. The demonstration was peaceful at that time. More importantly, the activists were at the moment clamped between policemen and walls. They could not get out. The police knew that. The images do not lie. Activist are stuck in a cauldron battle between the riot brigades could not escape this, then smashed, liters pepper spray disappears, water cannons share bloodshed, and so forth. The police knew that.

They actually say the same as terrorist organizations like IS. ‘Join us because together we can achieve this goal.’Arjan de Wolf, social psychologist

This assumption is total FUBAR meant to gain high score on the attentionwhore list and very dangerous we already see the political oppression building by CSU politician’s accusing ‘the Left’ of terrorism in Hamburg only to fear-monger to win votes in the coming elections of September 24, 2017.

We want to “tear down the mask” from the Power; Force him to act against his own right through new methods of struggle. This should not only shake the legitimacy of criminal law or criminal procedural law, but that of the Power as a whole.

In such discourses the freedom-assuring logic of the legal state is reversed. Actually, the state should be legally limited. This serves to bind the state power to the constitution and laws. The creation or maintenance of freedom restrictions for hypothetical future scenarios without a concrete risk of entry reverses the primacy of freedom. The frequently expressed assumption that in fundamental rights restrictions in the interests of security, once created, are virtually irrelevant, is confirmed rather than rebutted. The state manipulates the right as it needs it. A special right against terrorism does not help anybody – except the terrorists themselves.

If the state can’t deal with discourses and only can enforce ‘their’ laws by ‘their’ monopoly on violence, with special anti terror forces on unarmed civilians we end up with:

They’ll kill us all. You know what kind of pigs we’re up against. You can’t argue with a state that executed our comrades in Stammheim. They have weapons and we haven’t. We must arm ourselves!

While the servants of the State are spawning their assumptions and accusations into the world with a lot of spectacle, we should remember our own perspectives and ideas. These are not times for speculation, neither on the “motives”, nor on the presumed innocence or guilt of the arrested. Rather than being a moment for questions, this should be a moment of answers – clear answers directed at those who oppress us. As has been said before, “you touch one of us, you touch all of us”. More than anything this is a time for solidarity, in every possible form it can take ‘An injury to one is an injury to all’.

We live and die as one
Yeah, we all live under the same yoke of oppression.
They are watching lookin’ through there data in front of you
usurp freedom by the monopoly of violence.
Beating bodies up against the wall over and
over and over and over again, and again, and …

For hundred years we’ve fought you without fear
and we will fight you for hundred more.
You’ll never ever beat the Black flag
so take a tip and leave us alone while you may.

No! we’re not pigs we’re not cannon fodder we’re not ur sheep
we’re Anarchist! and proud we are to be.
so fuck your flag we want our freedom back
we want to see the world free once more.

Well we’re fighting pigs and soldiers for the cause
we’ll never bow to ur laws because
throughout our history we were born to be free
so get out fuck’in pigs, soldiers leave us be.

We are Autonomen,
We are Ungovernable,
We are Action,
We do not forget our comrades,
Expect Resistance.

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