- El llamamiento
- El campo de otoño, 24/09 – 07/10, 2016
- Los mapas de acción
- Flyers/ Posters
- Qué se necesita
- Ruta y contacto
- Marco de las acciónes
El carbón marrón (lignito) sigue siendo un gran riesgo
En la próxima temporada de tala (del 1 de octubre de 2016 hasta el 28 de febrero de 2017) RWE intentará talar y destruir la última parte que queda del bosque de Hambach incluyendo sus árboles occupados, una vez uno de los bosques más grandes y antiguos de Alemania, para continuar con su sucio negocio con el carbón marrón. Todo esto aunque se encuentran al borde de su propia existencia, y ya se sabe que los combustibles fósiles se encuentran en primera posición en cuanto a los destructores del clima.
La resistencia, contra este estilo de vida capitalista que contempla lógicas económicas con los que millones de seres vivos y formas se ven confrontados, ha crecido en los últimos años, también en Alemania y en Rhenania, cerca de Colonia. Descubre tus posibilidades y habilidades en la lucha contra la destrucción, solx o en grupo, como más variado y creativo mejor!
Ven este invierno a Hambach para demostrar que el mundo no funciona con sus normas! Defiende el bosque de Hambach!
Para vivir, aprender y amar en libertad!
hambacherforst.blogsport.de * waa.blogsport.de * y otros grupos de resistencia
hambacherforst.blogsport.de * waa.blogsport.de * and many resistance groups
El Skill Sharing Camp lleva a cabo entre el 24 de septiembre y 07 Oct., 2016 en y alrededor del Bosque de Hambach. Más información: Skillsharing-Camp 24.09.-07.10.
mapas nuevos y actuales: https://aktionslaborrheinland.wordpress.com/mitmachen/aktionskarten-actionmaps/
Mina a cielo abierto de Garzweiler A3: Mina a cielo abierto de Garzweiler
Mina a cielo abierto de Hambach A3:Mina a cielo abierto de Hambach
Mina a cielo abierto de Inden A3: Mina a cielo abierto de Inden
At this point, even a really big compliment for the many supporters with all those things we received so far !!!
A list of what we currently need on the occupation (if unsure please feel free to ask): http://hambachforest.blogsport.de/join-in/donations/.
At the moment the occupation and the people around have very high repression costs amounting to several thousand euros, which are still open. Likewise, costs arise at events and by the purchase of basic foods. The occupation is grateful for every donation and every penny is valuable for the resistance. But you can also support by asking other people or groups for donations. Donations account: http://hambachforest.blogsport.de/contact/donations-account/.
Some people from the Hambach Forest and the Rhineland see the upcoming clearing season as part of the planned summer 2017 blockade of the entire Rhenish mining area.
For those the following action framework was formulated, which partially will be supported. It is to be noted that each group / individual person has to / should put their own action framework.
Diversity of resistance in the Rhineland against lignite mining and climate destruction – diversity of action forms!
This year again there will be protest and a wide range of actions in Rhenania. Plurality in approaches on all levels of society characterize the resistance in Rhenania: here citizens’ initiatives are working together with forest occupations, climate activists from around the world with environmental organizations. Within the context of the Action Lab 2016, we intend to join that. Because especially this bandwidth of protest and critical solidarity between the actors make the resistance strong and effective.
The Action Lab provides a framework in which people come together and educate each others in groups. By developing existing action ideas and trying out new intervention possibilities. The Action Lab only will record action forms and process them for the public. It is up to the groups themselves, to reflect the political impact of their actions and the Action Lab would be happy if they would do so! We want to support action groups by facilitating representatives of the press to accompany them on their action. We, the Action Lab, want to give an exemplary overview in the press on which actions are done.
The following orientation framework for action has been written by people who already for a longer time are active in the Rhineland, with the strong desire that groups are aware of certain facts in their actions and include them in their action planning and implementation.
Orientation Framework for Action:
If we take action in the Rhenish lignite mining area, we meet residences and sanctuaries of inhabitants. For years they have to cope every day with the devastating effects of lignite mining. Their familiar environment is destroyed, villages have been evacuated and demolished. Often their environment has already a depressing and crushing effect, not only because of the systematic demolition work by RWE, but also because some people loot empty houses or destructively let off steam there.
But we want to reawaken life in these villages or we want to preserve it, and when doing so to work together with the residents. Support by local people is an essential basis for effective resistance. Building up a movement is also to strengthen the relations with the local residents. There also live RWE workers in the villages. Some of them may not have a positive attitude towards us, but we do not focus against them or unionisation; but for sure against the current positioning of the IGBCE (mining union) and other coal lobby groups.
So please keep the locals in mind in your action forms and respect their living area as well as the local infrastructure in the villages. They live there throughout the year and also will do so after the Action Lab and Climate Camp.
Save lives rather than endanger life
It is important to us that in actions that are going to happen around the Action Lab and Climate Camp, no humans and other animals be endangered or injured. We also once again have listed on a separate sheet potential sources of danger around the open pit, which you can study at the entrance and in the camp.
“Legal” context of the Climate Camp, not threatened by eviction
It should be noted that the camp, located on the meadow next to the Hambach Forest is in a special situation. This means that evictions, searches or ID checks on the access roads always are possible!
It is our goal to have a safe residence, not at risk of being evicted for the period of the camp. There are people in the camp who don’t want any police contact. Let’s be considerate towards these people and respect their need for a safe haven on the climate camp.
And besides that, we should remind ourselves that was mobilized broadly for the Climate Camp and the Action Lab; that many people will be travelling in the Rhineland; that many actions will take place simultaneously; that especially after the last few months the attention by repressive authorities might be increased. Please take this in consideration with your thoughts on actions.
Communicability of actions
How well our actions can be understood by outsiders, often also depends on the aesthetics we use. Actions that go without aesthetics of militancy (such as fire and destroyed police cars), can be just as effective in their blocking effect and may be simultaneously more comprehensible to outsiders. Therefore we demand from participating action groups to forgo such forms of action and instead to find other ways to neutralise destructive infrastructure.
Confrontation with workers and police
Police and security guards repeatedly try to keep us from our actions. In order to still be able to carry them out, we have to distract these people and “flow” around them partially. When doing so, we do not want that any physical confrontation will come from our side.
Critical solidarity versus distancing
There are many different ways to express and act out resistance and protest. There will not always be a consensus on the impact and acceptance of these different kinds. This is sometimes difficult to bear. Let’s try to deal with heterogeneity and stand by each other in critical solidarity. Remember also that perhaps your action could make impossible another one. At the end an overall impression of the actions around the Action Lab will remain in the minds of the participants, the local residents and the rest of the outside world. We all shape this with our actions, no matter which we choose. So we should be aware of that.
To us critical solidarity means, always to be allowed to express critical opinions. That criticism always should get space and attention. And that we should stand in a mutual solidarity with all those who at the same time are protesting and resisting against RWE, the mining and power generation of lignite and who are working for the “good life” and climate change!