“It is companies like Spie, WISAG, Massak, Sodexo […] that keep state rule alive through their pandering.”
Inspired by the compas who already relieved Dussmann Service GmbH of three vehicles at the beginning of the year, we attacked SPIE in the night from Monday to Tuesday and burned out a van in front of their branch at Sielhof.
Both as part of the French nuclear industry and through its cooperation with RWE in the lignite mining in the Hambach Forest, SPIE has already made itself a legitimate target.
But for us, SPIE is one thing above all: a prison profiteer.
Continue reading Bremen, Germany: Once again a vehicle of prison profiteers torched
In the night of 14 September, job centres in the districts of Altona and Rahlstedt were attacked with hammers, stones and paint.
“The top 10 per cent of the population own about two-thirds of Germany’s total wealth” (quote: werhatdergibt.org).
The gap between rich and poor is constantly growing. Even during the Corona crisis, the wealth of the rich few multiplied. In contrast, workers, especially in the precarious sector, have lost their jobs. Many struggle with existential fears and depend on support from the state. They are exposed to the arbitrariness of the Job Centre system, which will continue its repressive measures after the end of the lockdown.
Continue reading Hamburg, Germany: Broken glass and flood of paint at Hamburg job centres
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