Charging stations destroyed in the 2nd and 20th districts
Recently, two more charging stations for electric cars were burned down, in Lorenz-Müllergasse and Karajangasse.
We think that all cars are a pain in the ass, including electric cars, even if they are supposed to make us believe in a better future.
They consume new resources and serve above all the economy and the rich, who thus give themselves a good conscience!
Our anger is great – let it express itself on these objects, which are easy targets!
On Sunday night, the new office of the coworking network Impact Hub at the corner of Schomburgstraße and Thedestraße in the Altona district was relieved of some of its glass. We don’t want your green and improved capitalism. We want the complete overthrow of social relations. And if the state and the cops keep evicting places where people are organizing, we won’t leave the yuppies alone in their lofts and fancy offices either.
Impact Hub sees itself as a platform that connects start-ups working in the fields of sustainability, diversity and green energy and makes them profitable. Chic offices in many cities around the world, for example a 3500 sqm creative space in Neukölln. Of course, there should be no shortage of this, as there is obviously enough space for people and accommodation in Hamburg and Berlin!
It’s that time again!
“Hamburg expects the world” is the headline of the Hamburger Abendblatt. At the first “World Congress” in Hamburg since the G20 meeting in 2017, refugees from Syria or Afghanistan are of course not expected, no, 12000 experts will meet from 11.10.-15.10.2021 in the Hamburg exhibition halls and the CCH to design a BEAUTIFUL NEW smart WORLD of the future; the focus is on “intelligent” traffic systems, autonomous driving, drones….
We don’t want that future. The supposedly climate-friendly, people-friendly, projects presented here are not to be had without total control and surveillance and are supposed to generate profits as always in capitalism and not too scarce (among other things by reducing the cost factor of workers* but also with all other tried and tested means of capitalism…). To mess up the algorithms, we sabotaged the control technology at the 10 km long test track with fire at three places. We also caused glass to break at FREENOW’s German headquarters on Neumühlen Street.
“Autonomous driving is our future” and for that we need a nationwide 5G mobile network says VW boss Diess, who has recently outed himself as a sympathizer of the party “The Greens”. VW subsidiaries Moia and WeShare are expected to bring in billions in sales in the future. Moia will begin test drives of robot cabs in the Hamburg districts of Winterhude, Uhlenhorst and Hohenfelde in early 2022. In 2025, several dozen autonomous buses are to be on the road. Transport Senator Tjarks with the Green Party wants thousands of autonomous buses, supposedly to push back individual traffic. But they would also have to be cheaper, he says. If at other places personnel are saved or costs on the shoulders of others are turned over, that can be furnished surely. The main thing is to make a profit. Continue reading “Hamburg, Germany: Sabotage of test track for autonomous driving (TAVF) before the start of the “World Congress on Intelligent Transport Systems” (ITS) and glass breakage at FREE NOW headquarters”