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Some statements from our friend in deportation prison

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Our friend an comrade Badra Ali Diarra who is in deportation prison, although he was part of the O-platz agreement with the senat, send us this statements:

TO THE SUPPORTERS:
“What happened is that i went to my lagger in Magdeburg, and some policemen jumped on me with handcuffs. I resisted, i refused to cooperate before they tell me why, for what reason, what crime i was being arrested. Noone answered me. The chief of the Social office in Mgdbg had even told me “you came to Germany to go to the night club every night? Well, go back to where you come from.””

TO THE REFUGEES:
“DONT BE AFRAID, if we are afraid we will never get freedom.”

TO THE SENATE:
“This agreement is a fake promise, a joke : everybody knows well that people who are on the list didn’t get anything. Some asylum seekers were granted a 3 months Duldung, but others got a letter asking them to leave Germany into one week time. I know other refugees that even got a 500 euros fine. Actually, it is always like this, i don’t believe the Senate anymore, they actually want us dead, they make this agreement and actually
put us at risks. The truth is that they want to clean up Berlin from the refugees, they say they provide us a house, but all the people who delivered their papers to them get a deportation letter, one after an other.”

TO THE CARITAS:
“They took over the responsibility to help and protect us, in this process with the Senate. But what do they do? They are working hands in hands with the Senate, they do busyness on our back. It has always been like that, between Europe and Africa, here, it is just the same: human beings are turned into merchandises, used for trade.”

IN GENERAL:
“Europe is in reality against the development of the African continent, and the refugees are the first victims of this contradiction. From one side, they corrupt our governments, from the other, they criminalize us. This is also why i don’t want to live in France. Because they always put Africa under pressure, and particularly Ivory Cost <where a part of his family comes from>, if people tried to argue with me there, i would get really angry, so it is a political decision not to go this country, even though i speak the language.”

He also said he would love to have more visits, particularly from the friends of the movement. Also, he could cook in the one pot they have, so he suggested that visitors bring Spaghetti, rice, oil, apples, Tomato sauce and what they want.

He told us to say to everyone that he is healthy, and that people should therefore not worry for him.

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