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BERLİN’DE 200 MÜLTECİ SOKAĞA ATILDI – 200 Flüchtlinge in Berlin auf die Straße gesetzt

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– in english further below –

BERLİN’DE 200 MÜLTECİ SOKAĞA ATILDI

Son birkaç gündür, daha önce senatonun “Oranienplatz’daki direniş çadırlarını yıkın, size kalacak yer vereceğiz daha sonra da oturum vereceğiz” yazılı sahte vaatlerin yazılı olduğu kağıdı imzalayen mültecilerin tamamı polis zoruyla sokağa atılıyor.

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Berlinerinnen und Berliner bleiben offen und solidarisch

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link to english translation below!

picture of the first page of a statement by various cultural institutions and civil society associations against the discriminatory politics of Berlin government

english translation of this statement in protest of Berlin governments discriminatory politics against refugees signed by various cultural institutions


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come and protest!

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Demonstration

Saturday, 12:00 PM

From Oranienplatz to the Ohlauer School

Enough is enough! We are angry!

The politics of Berlin’s Senate are cynical! While Merkel is talking about the costs of residences at the chancelor’s office on 23.10.2014, in Berlin 100 people are being thrown out into the street. Forcefully evicted without warning! All of these people were part of the Oranienplatz agreement. The senate is breaking its word again, and politicians are repeating their police violence. This is all happening at a time when winter is approaching and during “Mos Maiorum”, where thousands of police officers are seeking refugees. At the end of October, the occupied Gerhart-Hauptmann School on Ohlauerstr. Is to be forcefully evicted again. The previous attempt to evict the school in June/July 2014, failed in spite of a 10 day stand off with the police. No one is going to disappear into thin air. You can’t evict a movement. The politics of lies and intimidation carried out by the senate and district is not working. We are not going to leave the school, we are going to continue to fight for our rights. We have begun work on many projects: a press, a café, a bicycle repair workshop, the international women’s space, music, theater, etc. Our neighbors stand by us.

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