Category Archives: Solidarity Means Attack

Hamburg (Germany): A “Green” Coworking Space Attacked with Rocks – Solidarity Greetings with the Köpi

On 17/8/21 Sunday night, the new office of the Impact Hub coworking space, on the corner of Schomburgstraße and Thedestraße in the Altona district, was relieved of some of its windows. We don’t want your green and improved capitalism. We want a complete upheaval of social relations. And if the state and the cops keep evicting places where people organise, we won’t leave the yuppies alone in their lofts and luxury offices either.
Impact Hub sees itself as a platform that connects start-ups working in the fields of sustainability, diversity and green energy and makes them profitable, with chic offices in many cities around the world, for example a 3500 m² creative space in Neukölln. Of course, there should be no shortage of this, as there is obviously enough space for people and accommodation in Hamburg and Berlin! 

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Rennes, Ille-et-Vilaine, France: “Prisons on fire”/”Destroy the CRA”

Rennes. The exhibition on the abolition of the death penalty vandalized
France3, October 9, 2021
A member of the association Champs de Justice made the discovery this Saturday morning, October 9, that fifteen panels hung on the walls of the former Jacques Cartier prison in Rennes had been tagged. Some of the signs read “ACAB”, “Destroy the CRA (centre de rétention administrative)”. Some of them were covered with posters mentioning the group l’Envolée, which campaigns against prisons.
Lithographs, photographs, extracts from comic strips or even paintings were installed here for an exhibition planned on the abolition of the death penalty. 2021 marks the 40th anniversary of this abolition. One of the panels reminded us that Robert Badinter, Minister of Justice, had written his speech of September 17 read at the National Assembly in the vacation home of his friend Benoîte Groult in Doëlan in Finistère.

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Berlin, Germany: Attacking Gentrification – Defending the Køpi 

via: attaque
original: / Monday, October 4, 2021
On Monday night we visited the Google offices at the corner of Adelbertstrasse and Engeldamm and broke the windows. Just a stone’s throw from Køpiplatz, the Google offices are part of the gentrification that is responsible for the imminent eviction attempt.
Solidarity greetings to all the people who will defend the Køpi with us on October 15 [note from Attaque: scheduled date of the eviction of the Køpi Wagenplatz, a place for trucks, caravans and other houses on wheels]!
Translated by Act for freedom now!

325 Collective Contact Email & PGP Key

Received by email:
To all our comrades internationally, be they in the streets or in the hellholes of the state, we would like to let everyone know that we are still active as a collective & working on new publication projects.
For anyone who would like to be in contact with us, we share our most recent PGP key. New proposals for publications are very much welcome for the expansion of the Black International of Anarchists of Praxis and against the techno prison world.
325 Collective



Berne, Switzerland: Protectas car torched

Protectas is a company that systematically uses violence against refugees. Their business model is to detain people in prison-like federal asylum centers and stifle conflict through violence and displays of force.
In February, Protectas employees in the Perreux centre locked a person in a refrigerated container until his body temperature dropped to 33 degrees and he had to be hospitalized. Every day they harass, beat, kick and insult people in the federal asylum centres. These are not isolated cases due to the staff of Protectas, but a deliberate system of oppression and precariousness so that the hope of obtaining asylum melts away and the wait becomes unbearable.

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Flensbourg, Germany: Those who raze the forests sow hatred and reap the flames

via: sansnom
The following text came out today on the anniversary of the forest occupation in Flensbourg.
Those who raze the forests sow hatred and reap the flames.
One year ago last night, the forest was occupied. The destruction of forests, especially of intact ecosystems – anywhere and especially in cities, must not continue like this.

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Hamburg, Germany: A JCDecaux service car set on fire    

via:attaque. / Tuesday 28 September 2021
To express our incompatibility with the dominant system and to propagate the direct attack of all structures of oppression, on the night of September 25-26, 2021, instead of going through the electoral ballot box, we chose to attack and set fire to a service car of the French outdoor advertising company JCDecaux.
Like Ströer, the French company JCDecaux, which in 2009 also acquired a majority stake in Wall AG, supplies large-format posters. They profit from the development of public spaces, which seduce and pacify the population with so-called consumer happiness, and also profit from the development of smart cities. In addition, at timesw these companies openly support organized fascism, as was recently revealed with regard to Ströer, which donated to the AfD, in the form of poster campaigns.

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Santiago (Chile): Transantiago bus set on fire

via: attaque.
Noticias de la guerra social / Saturday 25 September 2021
On Friday, September 10, 2021, a group of about five persons unknown boarded a Transantiago bus on Vicuña Mackenna Avenue, in front of the San Joaquin campus of the Catholic University, and got the driver and passengers to descend.
The unknown people quickly doused the bus in gasoline and set fire to it, while throwing leaflets demanding the release of the prisoners of the revolt and remembering one of the people killed by the repression during the revolt.
No one was injured or arrested.
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Graz, Austria: Stronger than Capitalism

Greetings of solidarity to opponents of the International Motor Show
Graz, summer 2021.
While the car speeds away from a world worth living in, we are fighting against the current civilizatio’s hostility to life!
Wherever we look, everything is spoiled: where there are already hardly any trees left, they continue to cut and clear; where concrete kills fertile soil forever, they continue to build; where people want to live in peace, they are evicted; where people want to be as they are, they are killed; where there could be air to breathe and room to grow, they impose bureaucratic forms with guidelines; where beings could meet, there are… CARS!

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RBC Targeted in Solidarity with Wet’suwet’en Land Defenders (Montreal, Canada)

Anonymous submission to MTL Counter-info
Canada is a lie. Reconciliation is dead. After night fell on the National Day for Truth and Reconciliation, RBC was targeted in the center of Montreal’s financial district. The Royal Bank of Canada is an investor in the Coastal GasLink pipeline. While they stage orange shirt photo ops to proclaim their commitment to reconciliation, CGL is attempting to drill under Wedzin Kwa, the sacred headwaters of the Wet’suwet’en people, with the help of the RCMP threatening, arresting, and torturing land defenders.
By morning they covered up the message we left them: “RBC funds colonialism. CGL off the Yintah”. Ashamed, RBC?
Reconciling with Canada’s genocidal history means confronting the institutions and infrastructures that reproduce colonial violence in the present. CGL, its investors, and the RCMP are playing with fire by prolonging their occupation of Wet’suwet’en territory.