8.7.2006 Heiligendamm -- Stralsund

- Speed up for CampInski

- CampInski-Endspurt

- Call for an anti-capitalist, anti-state, anti-racist, anti-patriarchal, anti-fascist, undogmatic preparation far beyond the G8 2007 in Heiligendamm

- Was ist los in Stralsund?

Speed up for CampInski

We decided to expand the opening hours of the Anti-G8-Bureau in Berlin in the week berfore the Camp starts.

NEW: Starting Monday the 31st of Juli up to the 3rd of August you can reach us between 2 and 8 p.m. (maybe friday the 4th as well, you can try)...

...on the phone: 030 - 4098 5406 and mobile: 0176 - 6207 8158.

...personally in the Anti-G8-Bureau in the first floor of the New Yorck Squat in the Bethanien, Mariannenplatz 2, Berlin - Kreuzberg (If you stand on Mariannenplatz right in front of the main entrance with the two little towers, you walk to the left and than take a right alond the side of the building - by then you should see banners hanging out of the windows).

In the bureau you can hand in or pick up information materials and talk about all the things personally, you would otherwise call us for. This includes:

- Technix and organizational stuff of all kinds for the Camp. If you have tents, tools or whatever you think useful for the camp, tell us about it.

- If you want to organize presentatioons, discussions or workshops on the camp - we can talk about how it will fit into the plan made so far.

- Travel and transport opportunities to CampInski (see also "find and offer a lift" on Offers are urgently needed, especially to get some big or heavy loads from Berlin up there!!!

- Places to sleep in Berlin if you arrive earlier. This is no problem, just call us.

- Descriptions how to get to the camp

By the 4th of August we will use diferrent Phone numbers, which we will announce to you in time.

Apart from that have a look at and visit indymedia to be informed about the summit-protests in St.Petersburg! Contribute an action to the Global Action Day at the 14th of Juli - and don�t forget that our russian comrades called for solidarity actions at the 16th of Juli, if they is repression there.



Wir haben uns entschieden, in der Woche vor dem Camp die Öffnungszeiten des Anti-G8-Büros in Berlin zu erweitern.

NEU: von Montag den 31. Juli bis zum 3. August sind wir täglich von 14 bis 20 Uhr erreichbar (den Freitag versuchen wir auch noch abzudecken)...

...unter der Telefonnummer: 030/ 4098 5406 oder 0176/ 6207 8158.

...persönlich im Anti-G8-Büro im ersten Stock des besetzten New Yorck im Bethanien Südflügel, Mariannenplatz 2, Berlin-Kreuzberg (Wenn ihr auf dem Mariannenplatz vor dem Haupteingang mit den zwei Türmchen steht haltet Ihr Euch links und biegt dann rechts um die Ecke des Gebäudes - dann solltet Ihr Transparente sehen).

Im Büro könnt Ihr Infomaterial abgeben und holen oder all das persönlich besprechen, was über die Telefonnummern koordiniert wird, z.B.

- Technix und Orgakrams aller Art für das Camp. Wenn ihr noch Zelte, Werkzeug oder was auch immer habt, von dem ihr denkt, dass es sinnvoll für's Camp sein könnte, sagt Bescheid.
- Wenn ihr Veranstaltungen /Workshops auf dem Camp machen wollt - wir schauen, wie�s in die bisherige Tagesplanung passt.
- Mitfahr- und Transportgelegenheiten zum Camp. Angebote sind hier dringend erbeten, vor allem was den Transport einiger großer oder schwerer Dinge aus Berlin angeht!!!
- Pennplatzbörse für die, die vorher nach Berlin kommen. Hier steht eigentlich alles.
- Wegbeschreibung zum Camp

Ab dem 4. August schalten wir auf andere Infotelefonnummern um, die wir rechtzeitig bekannt geben werden.

Ansonsten schaut mal bei rein, informiert Euch fleissig bei indymedia über die Gipfelproteste in St.Petersburg! Denkt Euch tolle Aktionen für den Globalen Aktionstag gegen G8 am 14.Juli aus - und nicht vergessen: die Solidarität ruft am 16.Juli nach Aktionen, falls es in Russland zu Polizeiaktionen gegen unsere GenossInnen kommt!


Call for an anti-capitalist, anti-state, anti-racist, anti-patriarchal, anti-fascist, undogmatic preparation far beyond the G8 2007 in Heiligendamm

Seen in the cold light of day and all the more so under cover of our beloved friend darkness the power-relations we face today can only lead us to one consequnce: To confront the ugly capital-lettered-bunches of the rich and powerful in EU, NATO, WTO, G8 on a much more unlimited and borderless basis.

If national governments act more and more internationally and increasingly refuse to take political responsibility - stuttering Brussels or world market accordingly - this insight should become communicable more easily also to a non-anarchist audience in times to come. This is a reason for joy, but it should not make us sleepy. After all the states of Europe with their militarization, repression and spying on the poor spare no efforts these days to make themselves the enemy of all people that don�t want to accept the deadly sellout of the world.

It�s not so easy to organize and network on an international level. To have the world in mind while acting is often blocked by the borders in our heads - that we are simply not used to think in a way dissenting from seperation and exclusion. Often our traditions of resistance keep within bounds much more than we really want, but theres no other place to learn it. So it�s time now to go on to the practical points.

How to organize the fervently longed-for "Undogmatic Internationale"?

We think that a mix of actions and discussions proved to be the best way and that CampInski 06 - the camp to organize against g8 and for global social rights and an entirely different entirety taking place from 4th-13th of august in the area of the summit site - seems to be the right place for that. Radical Left, anarchists, autonomous and anti-authoritarians from hopefully a lot of countries, cities and regions will gather there to cook up a strategy against the meeting of the G8 2007 in Heiligendamm.

We propose the following:

1.] To have a big meeting in the evening (NOT a panel-discussion) in the first days of the camp, to talk about the methods and tasks of an international preparation. We already developed some conceptional ideas, which we�d like to introduce to you below. To dicuss about them in the meeting should enable us to really constitute the international working-group during the following days, commited to put the results of this discussion into action before and during the summit. In the evening-discussion critique, inpulses and suggestions for improvement are as welcome as companer@s who want to partizipate in that working-group afterwards. It remains to be seen in how far the group will be able to already feel responsible for certain tasks on CampInski.

2.] on the big meeting we can also think of some kind of action. In planing and realizing this (for example anti-racist or anti-fashist) action together, the different quality of an international preparation compared to an international mobilization could become clear. We should give ourselves enough time to discuss aims and means of the action, to share experiences and last but not least to inform ourselves about the specific conditions activists have to face in a modern police-state before we confront it. In this point it is necessary to cooperate with the anti-repression-group already existing, for not doing things twice.

3.] refers to this cooperation between the by-then newly created International AG and this group. The Antirepression AG is considering the different conditions in various countries and will prepare a briefing on the german situation. This discussion about repression in Germany should definitely not lead us into collective stagnation. Educating ourselves about repression and sharing experiences should and has to enable us to encounter the G8 offensively and practically militant, to learn from the different backgrounds and experiences despite strange and difficult conditions.

Conceptual thoughts for an International Working Group

To begin with, "Internationals" to us are all the people partizipating in the summit protests that don�t feel as germans. Hurra! This is us! Ok, ok - Taking that consensus as a starting point we will have to arrange a lot of technical stuff like translations and travel costs. Next point is to share our experiences and knowledge about german police and legal system with all those unfamiliar with it - in talks and discussions, and also on paper.

Obviously this is much more that a working group can do. Therefore creating awareness is an important task of the working group: To remind ourselves and our comrades again and again, during the protests as well as before, to share as much as possible with the internationals . Be it papers and discussions translated in other languages, targets for actions in several countries, even a little remark at the right moment, that the activity over there means that a squad of police is preparing to pick someone. A lot of people already do these and other things for their closer friends and comrades and we would really enjoy to see them socialized a bit more. The more we can get rid of the borders in our habits and heads the better it is - even though we supposedly won�t reach everything we dream of. Having a closer look at the daily challenges during the summit-protests we had the following ideas - and if some of them can be realized during CampInski already this is good and not bad.

Translations to be heard

All plenaries and discussions where we can�t use a translation machine will be held in german and english as standart. This will also enable people in smaller translation-corners to actively participate in the debates instead of only trying to keep up with what others said. Comrades preparing more complex discussions should think about offering their contributions in written form before and at least in english. We have to decide on the meeting mentioned above in how far we can manage to organize translators and feel responsible for coordination and funding.

Translations to be seen

During the protests all information should be available at least bilingual, perhaps inspired by canadian publications*. But already now selected texts should be translated into other languages to give people who cannot read german the opportunity to partizipate in the preparation of the protests. Talking about preparation we should not only think of our comrades in other parts of the world who already promised to come over 2007, but also to intensify the cooperation with the activists living here, voluntary or not. Concerning activists living in a greater distance this collective preparation doesn�t mean organizing the infrastructure together but to get discussions going across borders and to relate to one another, whereby it is essential not only to spread mobilization materials. In that sense we call all of you to translate like mad and to encourage all of your friends to do so as well. Get active on the lists or contact us [ &].


We think of the website to be at least in two languages - and more than that if possible, a plan that again needs a lot of support concerning translations. All crucial texts of the organizing process will be there. The site it meant to be provide the space for international preparation, for discussions against the G8 in all Cities and Regions of Europe and beyond. The different working groups are asked to ensure that their texts will be availabe there at least in english and to think about other papers and discussions that could be of interest for our comrades. Maybe we can organize to have more discussions with groups working on the same issues in other countries and non-german speaking groups in Germany - and to have these discussions way more public.
So the website could be the public platform for these debates we�re longing for. Moreover all essential information about the conditions of repression in Germany should be there: Information about strategies of the cops, what is happening if people got arrested, how the legal support groups are organized. How much it costs if one got caught despite all good preparations and how the cooperation with lawyers in other countries could work. But how it will be organized is not completely clear yet. We�re still too few people for that, therefore a group has to be created during the camp. [Already active are &]

Info-Plenaries in different languages

A further point is direct communication besides the plenaries. As it is much harder for people not speaking german to distinguish between useful information and rumours - and our experience is that events like this have myriads of rumours to offer - we propose to have short daily info-meetings in the respective languages to give anybody the chance to operate on basis of the latest information available, no matter which form of action he or she prefers. In these meetings there should be someone present from our working group who can also arrange further contacts.

A guide to activists - Holding hands

Besides a leaflet that contains all information useful and important for our comrades that still feel alien to the german state of affairs we propose to have people delegated to certain demonstrations and action-groups to offer help and advice. This could include local knowledge as well as preparing actions together. What we want to do exactly and how much we can promise are questions we have to leave open and discuss with the working group. Up to now we thought of something like organized care, not holding hands but to take responsibility in escalated situations. A lot of it can be done through friendships and contacts but we can not assume that all people from other countries arrive in organized groups. But to feel responsible for guiding all these people cannot be done by the working group alone. Therefore it is the job of the whole mobilization to transform these responsibilities for our comrades from a private to the political sphere.

And once again: Crucial for all that to happen is joint discussion starting now, to find out more about the issues important to all anarchists, autonomous, anti-authoritarians, radical left across all these borders and how to put them into collective action.

This is not the end, this is the beginning of a beautiful dream. We call you to create this international working group with us and to spread this idea and to all your contacts, through all your channels - to have as many internationals camp with us as possible.

For an international mobilizing and organizing against the G8 and beyond - Come to the Camp -Venceremos! We will win! Break kaputt what breaks you down!

*You can read a leaflet from both sides. The first half is printed in one language & if you turn it around and read it from the back you have it in a second language.

[International AG]

Was ist los in Stralsund?

Bereits jetzt finden verschiedene Sicherheitsvorkehrungen in der Hansestadt Stralsund angesichts des Bush-Besuches am 13.7. statt. Mit "Infomobilen" versucht die Polizei Verständnis für die umfangreichen Maßnahmen in Stralsund zu werben. Die Presse spricht von Demoverboten in der Altstadt/Innenstadt - was ist los in Stralsund?
Inzwischen sind die US-Spezialkräfte in Mecklenburg-Vorpommern - in Stralsund, Trinwillingshagen und Heiligendamm eingetroffen und bereiten umfangreiche Sicherheitsvorkehrungen vor. Hinterhöfe usw. werden derzeit inspiziert.

Auch die Polizei verteilt im ganzen Altstadtgebiet Flyer um für Verständnis für ihre umfangreichen Absperrmaßnahmen und Einschränkungen zu werben.

Hierbei wird wie auf der Sonderseite der Polizei u.a. mit der Behauptung, daß "Personen" "Gewalttaten" planen würden oder provozieren wollen würden, jede einschränkende Maßnahme in ganz Stralsund gerechtfertigt.

Die bürgerliche Presse spricht derzeit von "Demo-" und "Versammlungsverbot" in der gesamten Altstadt/Innenstadt von Stralsund und publiziert bereits voreilig die für die Großdemonstration von ihnen vorgesehene Route:

Auszug aus der Polizei-Info:
"Nach bisherigen Erkenntnissen wollen die Kundgebungsteilnehmer am 13. Juli 2006 auf zwei Marschrouten zu einer Abschlusskundgebung in die Stralsunder Innenstadt ziehen."

"Die 1. Demonstration beginnt am Hauptbahnhof und passiert die Straßen: Tribseer Damm, Carl-Heydemann-Ring, Feldstraße, Greifswalder Chaussee und Karl-Marx-Straße. Enden wird sie am Friedrich-Ludwig-Jahn Sportplatz."

"Die 2. Demonstration beginnt am Rügendammbahnhof und verläuft über Werftstraße, Ziegelstraße, Gartenstraße, Frankendamm, Wulflamufer, Karl-Marx-Straße und endet ebenfalls am Friedrich-Ludwig-Jahn Sportplatz."

Auf Karte 1 (siehe Bilder) sehen wir, daß die Routen der Demos nicht einmal in die Nähe des sog. "Sicherheitsbereiches" gelangen - im Gegenteil, für die Route ab dem Bahnhof ist wohl ein Industrie- und Kleingarten-Gelände um einen See herum vorgehsehen, während die 2. Route am Bahnhof Rügendamm sehr kurz gehalten ist. Beide Demos sollen nach diesen Infos im Sportstadion enden.

Die VeranstalterInnen der Demo haben daher in einer erneuten Pressemitteilung nochmals betont, daß diese Medienmeldungen über angebliche "Verbote" nur für Verwirrung sorgen würden - ein Versammlungsverbot würde sich NUR auf die Sicherheitszone beschränken. D.h. z.B. nicht auf die südliche Altstadt. Auch JuristInnen haben bereits angemerkt, daß ein Versammlungsverbot für die südliche Altstadt (auf der Altstadtinsel) nicht unbedingt haltbar ist.

Laut Pressemitteilung des bundesweiten Demobündnisses werde die Großdemo entlang der Bannmeile verlaufen, und man werde sich nicht "abdrängen" lassen.

Auf KARTE 2 sind die von der Polizei eingezeichneten Sicherheitsbereiche zu sehen. Es gibt eine Art "Rote Zone" aber auch Absperrungen kompletter Straßenzüge.

Die Auftaktorte als auch die Demo steht fest, aber der entgültige Abschlusskundgebungsort kann erst festgelegt werden nach Feststellung bis wohin nun die sog. "Sicherheitszone" reichen soll.

Ca. 3000 besorgte AnwohnerInnen haben bereits bei ihrer Stadt angerufen und viele haben sich auch über die schikanösen Auflagen beschwehrt. So werden alle Anwohner der Altstadt von der Stadt aufgerufen, ihre Fahrzeuge - auch aus Garagen - auf einen bestimmten Parkplatz ganz im Süden von Stralsund zu fahren. Vorsorglich haben die Behörden den Anwohnern ein Stadtplan (siehe Karte schwarzweiß) zur Verfügung gestellt, in dem der mögliche Rückweg per Buslinie ("Shuttleservice") eingezeichnet sei. Gewerbetreibende werden für ihren Verdienstausfall keine Entschädigung bekommen, aber ein "verkaufsoffener Sonntag" werde dafür ausgerufen.

Auch in Trinwillingshagen ist nun nach anfänglicher Begeisterung ("Was für ein Hammer!") im Dorf die Ernüchterung eingekehrt. Mit eisigem schweigen verfolgten die Einwohner von Trinwillingshagen die Infoveranstaltung des Bürgermeisters und der Polizei über die auch für dieses kleine Dorf beachtsamen Sicherheitsvorkehrungen. Die Bewohner wurden u.a. darauf aufmerksam gemacht, dass wildes herummachen mit z.B. einem Besen bei den US-Scharfschützen zu Verwechslungen führen kann. Niemand von der ganzen Bürgerschaft wurde zum Wildschweinessen und der Versammlung eingeladen, und der Bürgermeister selbst habe angeblich noch nicht gewußt, ob er dabei sein dürfe. Geklatscht wurde nicht. Kommentiert von einem Dorfbewohner wurde das ganze so, daß niemand wohl für den Besuch sein kann, sonst hätten Leute applaudiert, oder wären nicht so hastig aus dem Dorfsaal entschwunden.


Stralsund: Bush & Merkel nicht willkommen!

Bundesweite Antikriegstermine

Infos der Polizei zum Polizeieinsatz und zu Sicherheitsmaßnahmen in Stralsund:

Dies sagt die Polizei zu den Versammlungen:

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