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Refugee Protest March 2016 Munich to Nuremberg
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Mobilisierungstour möglich machen! Gelder umverteilen!

La versione française se trouve en bas

We are back again, next to you, to share with you information about continuing our activities. But also to say thank you for always supporting us, financially,  morally, physically or in substance – you help us more than you think.

Refugee Struggle for Freedom is not only fighting for freedom of movement, but also against discrimination of all kinds, against racism and  discrimination and all the destruction that emerges from capitalist system.

We are a political group consisting of women and men of different nationalities. Unfortunately, few active women are with us. That´s why our next action also will be to continue by mobilizing more women and call them for joining us to take the streets. During the past four months we have been struggling continuously, from protest camp at Sendlinger Tor to the protest march to Nürnberg till hunger strike in Munich. But unfortunately the struggle still is far from being won and until than we are not thinking about giving up. So we decided to continue and mobilize as many refugees as possible, because situation became even worse, almost unbearable.

We will start mobilizing in Munich and continue through Landshut, Nürnberg, Würzburg and surrounding area. In order to achieve our purpose, we need financial support from all those who are in solidarity with our cause. We will buy train tickets, pay for gasoline, and of course have to finance our collective daily food. Therefore we really need the support from all of you. In these four months, we will be at the refugeecamps and everywhere to make the protest bigger. With your support it is as if you were at our side  – all the time.

Donation account and e-mail contact for questions:

account: Refugee Struggle for Freedom
BIC: GENODEM1GLS
IBAN: DE69 4306 0967 8238 0245 00
inforsff@gmail.com

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[francais]

Nous voilà parmis vous encore une fois, a vous faire part de la suite de nos activités, mais aussi en guise de remerciement pour nous avoir toujours soutenu que ce soit financierement, moralement, physiquement ou matériel, vous nous aidez plus que vous ne pouvez le savoir.

Refugee Struggle for Freedom ne se bat pas non seulement pour la liberté au mouvement mais aussi contre la discrimination dans toutes ses formes, le racisme et tout ce qui est de ce système capitaliste qui pourrisent le monde.

Nous sommes une groupe politique composés des hommes et des femmes de differentes nationalités, malheureusement nous avons peu de femmes actifs mais notre prochaine action sera aussi de mobiliser le plus de femmes et de leurs faire sortir sur la route. On s`est battus les dernières quatres mois au protest camp a Sendlinger Tor jusqu`au protest marche a Nürnberg mais hélas le combat est loin d`être gagné et nous n`envisageons pas de laisser tomber. Cependant nous avons decidé de pursuivre en mobilisant le plus de refugiés possible parce que, on le dise ou non, la situation est devenu plus pire si je ne peux dire terrible. Cette mobilisation commencera de Munich, Landshut, Nürnberg, Würzburg etc. et pour réussir cette mission on a encore besoin de vous bennevole hommes et femmes de bonne volonté qui succeptible à la cause des refugiés un soutient financier pour pouvoir nous procurer des billets de tansports, du carburants pour le transport mais aussi pour les repas quotidiennes. On a vraiment besoin du soutient de tout le monde certes nous serons dans les quatres mois â venir sur les camps et un peu partout a mobiliser, mais avec votre soutient c`est comme si vous êtes tous les jours présents â nos côtés.

Les dons représentent et contact e-mail pour renseignements:
Nom du compte: Refugee Struggle for Freedom
BIC: GENODEM1GLS
IBAN: DE69 4306 0967 8238 0245 00
inforsff@gmail.com


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