One of the most useful aspects of sometimes dry reports from gatherings is the snapshot of otherwise amorphous movements — in this case, the French syndicalists and anarchists of 1913.
Yesterday at 6 am in Montreuil, the anarcha-feminist TransPédéGouine squat La Baudrière was evicted.
We need people to sleep from the night of the 21st onwards
The squats have received a lot of support from the neighbourhood, and solidarity is being organized.
The bicycle and tractor rally will travel from the south-western town of Sainte Soline to Paris to demand accountability over the imposition of controversial mega-basins. It’s hoped that the week-long rally, ending in the capital on August 26-27, will draw thousands of people in opposition to the “draining of the plains” following major protest in
In a new communique, the Peasant Confederation has claimed responsibility for a fire that has shut down a controversial new effluent disposal site in Sorbiers, central France, which they say is draining poisonous waste into river waters. The sabotage, which took place last week, is the latest escalation in a long-running dispute over a sludge
The gap that we usually see in heavily policed states between the “violence-done-to-people-of-colour-by-cops” and “what-those-cops-have-to-say-about-it”, is steadily closing in France.
Macron once promised to turn the French State mechanism into a “start-up” State, and this is exactly what he delivers: an authoritarian entity that doesn’t shy at murdering 17 year olds.
We ask all those in France and around the world who recognise themselves in this struggle to make the week of May 1st an intensive week of actions against the state and capital.
Freedom reproduces a communiqué from water defenders in Sainte Soline, France: Regarding the media slander of Serge and the other injured of Sainte Soline by the police: While our comrade Serge is fighting like a lion to hold onto his life that the state is trying to take away from him, we are witnessing a