Suites aux diverses arrestations, comparutions immédiates, interpellations suite à l'expulsion d'Ungdomshuset à Copenhague, on s'est dit que ça serait le bienvenu d'apporter un soutien financier aux inculpé-e-s.
Et donc oui, autant joindre l'utile à l'agréable avec Gorilla Andreb, Chicken's Call et Daïtro !
On profitera aussi de la soirée pour parler un peu des squats locaux (Lyon, St Etienne, Grenoble, Dijon,...) vu leur actualité chargée de ces derniers mois...
bref, venez nombreux, ça va être vraiment chouette !
des infos concernants Ungdomshuset
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Eviction of Danish Social Centre Fuels Anger Across Europe
The eviction of Ungdomshuset' or youth house in Copenhagen Denmark lead to
huge protests and subsequent repression of anarchist and radical movements
in Denmark. The Police used this as an excuse to raid the Copenhagen
Anarchist Black Cross office and more than 600 arrests have been made. It
is unclear how many are still in prison. We will update ya'll if more
information becomes available.
The occupied house in Copenhagen, Denmark named 'Ungdomshuset' has
functioned as a very important political and social cultural centre since
1982. It had been involved in a long political and legal battle for its
existance. But yesterday morning at around 7am Danish police made an end
to this by entering the roof of the building using a helicopter and start
an unannouced full scale eviction. Riot-police sealed off nearby streets
quickly and attacked the building using teargas. As the whole area was
closed off, so documenting the action and police-behaviour was difficult.
Some witnesses say that teargas and police violence was plentiful,
although the eviction happened swiftly and according to police in a
"relatively calm manner".
At the moment everything is but calm. Over 1000 people are reported to be
back onto the streets last night and (burning) barricades blocked off some
major roads in the city. Some people have been admitted to hospital. Riots
have continued throughout the day and night and solidarity actions
spontaniosly broke out in cities across europe: Berlin (300+), Köln,
Hamburg (700+), München, Karlsruhe, Göttingen, Frankfurt, Bremen (300+),
Magdeburg, Hannover, Vienna, Heidelberg, Gothenburg, Oslo, Helsinki,
Stockholm (100+), Flensburg, Marburg, Potsdam and Leipzig. Over the next
few days many more demonstrations and actions are planned and Danish
activists have called for people to make Saturday 3rd March an
international day of action. Danish police have started to draft in
re-inforcements from all over the country and many more activists are set
to arrive in the capital in the coming days. Total arrested: 600+
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