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Berlin Biennale & Occupy Wallstreet action against Deutsche Bank

The crisis of global capitalism requires a global response. We will now act against its leading institutions one by one. Transnational banks are central to this crisis and profit from the suffering of…


‘Kotti&Co’ Protest Camp Demands, Kottbusser Tor, Berlin

This is a protest camp of a tenant group loacated at kottbusser tor / south. As you might haved heard – rising rent and gentrification is a big problem in berlin. * *…


Occupier’s Report from Frankfurt

Report from John Sinha Frankfurt is the head quarters of the European Central Bank, part of the troika including the EU and the IMF imposing a so-called bail out of the Greek Economy….


#Blockupy – Court of appeal decides: even more protests banned

After the local judge in Frankfurt approved most of the bans that local authorities had declared for the protests against the ECB in Frankfurt, the court of appeal in Kassel now gave its…


Complete action plans for Blockupy Frankfurt

Complete action plans for Blockupy (see below): take the squares plan for the 17th, blockade action plan for the 18th, blockade action consensus for the 18th, and character and aims of demonstration for…


Berlin Biennale opens doors, #berlinsquare never closed

Yesterday was the press conference and doors opening of the 7BB space to journalists and special guests. The press conference was anything but conventional. Chairs set in a circle, showing the structure of…


Action plan for the blockade on May 16, 17, 18, 2012 in the financial center of Frankfurt

A broad coalition of organizations, initiatives and networks are mobilizing to diverse days of action in Frankfurt from May 16th to 18th . The central element of the protest choreography is mass blockades…


7th Berlin Biennale as #occupyFrankfurt presents

The aim of our exhibition is the true understanding of our self organised global protest cloud – the contemporary art of the 21st Century . We want to display the humanity and creativity…

Occupy Wall Street-Inspired Protests In Germany

Occupy Berlin report – From May to November, the action continued

In October and November 2011, the activities of the movement in Berlin continued. After an impressive first rally of ‘Indignadas’ and ‘Indignados’ on May 21, 2011, a number of other assemblies and actions…

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