++Resistance is not a crime ++ 23.09.2021: Trial against activist at Berlin court – Demonstration in solidarity with Tear down Tönnies ++

When corporations like Tönnies try to silence criticism and protests through waves of lawsuits and injunctions, we have to be all the louder!

Tearn Down Tönnies – Resistance is not a crima

On 23.09.21 Tearn Down Tönnies together with Animal Climate Action and Gemeinsam gegen die Tierindustrie organizes a bicycle demonstration. A TDT activist is sued because of a slaughterhouse blockade in 2019.
Tönnies is suing several activists all over Germany for 17.000€ compensation and for refraining from further protests.

There are more than enough reasons to get active against Tönnies: The company is responsible for exploitation of animals and workers, climate change and the biodiversity crisis. In the past years it has been a Corona hot spot on several occasions. We need to take action and maker ourselves heard when companies like Tönnies try to silence our protest. Let’s stand together against the oppression of the meat industry.

Abolish the animal industry – expropriate Tönnies

For a just, organic and plant based agriculture shift!

23.09.21, 17:30, Start at the agriculture ministy, Wilhelmstr. 54, Berlin. Bike demonstration to the offices of Tönnies lawers Eversheeds and Sutherland, Kurfüstendamm 22. We finish around 19:00

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++ Ende Gelände finishes successful action weekend ++ “The climate justice movement is growing and is internationally stronger than ever!” ++

1. August 2021 Ende Gelände has declared the action weekend for climate justice finished today. More than 2,000 activists participated in blockades at ChemCoast Park near Brunsbüttel. In wind and weather, the activists blocked the railroad tracks to the ChemCoast Park at important points. The blockades were maintained until Sunday. On Saturday, activists with canoes brought shipping on the Kiel Canal to a complete standstill for more than two hours. Ships were jammed on one of the most important waterways in the world. Continue reading ...