Archiv für März 2010

New camera map

After Lyon and Avignon, here the new cameras in Grenoble, drawn on a map.

You can find it HERE

And for Avignon, HERE (2007)

Montpellier, HERE (2009)

Wind generator pole sabotaged

March 26th, Malléon (Ariège) : The 80m wind generator pole sabotaged

Installed by OPALE Energies Naturelles, it was a measuere pole, in order to install later several wind generators. Dut to press, the cables attaching it to the ground have been cut, after months of discussions between the „anti“ and „pro“ generators in the area.

< quoted and translated from PaghereteTutto

Squat in Odéon, Paris

From their leaflet :

    People pass by, but there’s nobody. At the windows, cameras substituted underwears.
    It’s impossible to chat in the streets. One gets drunk to forget the bosse’s scurvy tie and the terror of the organiszed reality. And then, on Saturday night, one even goes out to the club. Some people disappear, no one hears about them anymore.

    Let’s organize ourselves againt the grey sky!
    It will be grey as long as we don‘t recreate it…

    „One“ opened this big empty flat since years: you could have done it!
    „One“ occupies this place since December, „one“ doesn‘t own it.

    The door will stay opened each Tuesday and Friday, between 4 and 8pm, to read or drink a coffee.

    But don‘t come if you denounce your colleague to get ahead or if you applaud when a sans-papiers is arrested by the RATP security [metro pigs] !

    You can come to stay with whoever you want and meet people…
    After your job, your shopping, your appendicitis operation or a chase on mini-motorcycle with civils…

    Come to drink or eat something, a strawberry milk, slice of bread with guacamole and blueberry jam (we‘ll make it together).

    Let’s talk about serious things: the weight a fascist panda can reach making press-ups twice a week, but also autonomy, forms-of-lives, free love or your radical subjectivity…

    You can bring music to fly, a plane-tree from the Saint-Michel Boulevard which will decorate the living-room, public banns…You can even bring your mom.

    In fact, this space is ours, is yours, within the limit our neighbours can stand…
    So come by…

    Of course, „One“ has accommodation problems, but we espEcially have problems with this world…

Blog Odéon

Occupied flat, 10bis Odéon street- second floor.

Library and coffee Tuesday, Friday 4-8pm
Movies all the week.

New Indymedia

    Paris Indymedia opened again!

After several months, the Indymedia website for Paris is ready again to spread local, national and international information.

„On the solidarity weekend of the opening, organized to support the Sans-Papiers workers strikes in Paris, 1 500€ have been gathered. This money will be given to the different strike places of the 20th district of Paris.

After the discussion on March 13th, the assembly decided the comments will be reactivated, as information supplement, moderated a priori. Images and documents will be visible after moderation, and according to the charter.“

Paris, March 17th

After Vincennes trial

March 17th, Paris: Vincennes detainees trial, for the arson of the Detention Center

The court followed the prosecutor, except for one accused who has been condamned even more.
All the accused are condamned to prison.

One accused to 36 months,

Four to 30 months,

One to 24 months,

Two to 12 months,

Two to 8 months.

No warrant for arrest, except for the two people who are in the run.

After the trial, agencies have been occupied by 30 people.

The AIR FRANCE of Bastille has been blocked, its computers disconnected, posters covered the windows and a was banner hung outside. People the agency to take back their complain for the last occupation. Flyers were given to people in the street.

A SNCF (train agency) was also occupied in Belleville. Some costumers showed their support to that action. After everybody was out, the whole agency has been covered with graffities; a banner, posters and flyers.

The Bouygues Telecom agency across the street has been saccaged just after; the seeler locked himslef inside when people recovered his windows.

To finish, people went out and walked the streets, blocking the cars and the cops behind and around them, shouting slogans for liberty and against prison.

< information from Indymedia Nantes