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Solidarity from Hamburg


Participants at the recent anti-racist and climate camp in Hamburg, Germany posted a solidarity greeting to the political activists arrested in the October 15 police terror raids last year, on Aotearoa Indymedia. They also added:

Victor Nzuzi, a member of the farmers movement Via Campesina from Congo is one of the guests in the camp and ran a number of workshops around land rights and european corporations who, by means of privatisation, steal land and water of the Congolese people. He stands in solidarity with Maori around the foreshore and seabed struggle. In the Congo, fresh water is owned by Coca Cola. And in his words: "We can see power lines in the sky like birds - but we don't have any electricity in our homes. International Solidarity! Globalise our struggles!"