Incendiary Attacks on Deportation Vehicles and Building in Germany

Published January 18, 2021

Incendiary Attacks on Deportation Vehicles and Building in Germany

On the night of January 8 to 9, 2021, we set fire to the car park of the authority responsible for deportations (Landesabschiebebehörde - LAB) of the Land of Lower Saxony, in Brunswick, and a LAB building in the Langenhagen district in Hanover.

In Brunswick, we entered the parking lot of the LAB and we placed incendiary devices under six vans which are used for the deportation of undocumented migrants.

In Hanover-Langenhagen, we placed a large incendiary device on the LAB building.

The LAB, in its various premises, participates in the organization and carrying out of deportations.

In the premises of the Hanover-Langenhagen LAB, a central expulsion authority (ZAB), with more staff is currently being set up.

The objective of this maneuver is to carry out evictions through the ZAB in a faster, more efficient and more consistent manner.

This goes in the direction of the murderous pact carried at the federal level and at the European level, with a view to strengthening the fortress Europe.

With these carriers, refugees are transported against their will from their apartments and camps directly to the deportation flights or to the detention center.

In the middle of the night or during the day, from their school.

Our struggle actions are a practical contribution towards effectively hampering this inhuman system of expulsions.

We stand in solidarity with the refugees who come to Europe and to us in Germany.

We respect their struggles for freedom of movement.

We respect the fact that they defend themselves against eviction attempts.

We stand in solidarity with all the people who support refugees in their struggle

Rescues at sea.

Support given to them on the migration routes and in the camps on the external border of Europe.

Through redistribution and discussion.

Through hiding from immigration control authorities.

With demonstrations and protest camps.

By sit-ins to protect against evictions.

By offensive actions.

We need to share our experiences of resistance, in order to learn from each other.

We must build and defend structures of solidarity.

We must resort to all forms of action in order to fight for a better life.

AGAINST AN EXPLOITATION, EXCLUSION AND CONTAINMENT POLICY.

TOGETHER FOR BETTER LIVING CONDITIONS FOR EVERYONE.

SOLIDARITY MUST BECOME A PRACTICE.

From: https://attaque.noblogs.org/post/2021/01/17/hanovre-et-brunswick-allemagne-nous-avons-attaque-ce-systeme-dexpulsions-assassin/