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Event by Het Domijn

Zaterdag 20 april opent Het Domijn weer haar deuren!
Kom langs en neem een kijkje in de inspirerende werkplaatsen.
Geniet van adembenemende performances en bewandel de beeldenroute in het bos.
‘S avonds is er lekker eten en zorgt een eclectische mix van bands voor een onvergetelijke muzikale ervaring.
12:00-23:00, met officieel openings moment om 12:30 See less

Monitoring CRA Coquelles

Racist comments from judges and prosecutors, lawyers refusing to defend detainees, interpreters distorting translations, cops leaving visitors waiting for several hours, broken telephone booths… In Coquelles like in other administrative detention centers (CRA), violence, mistreatment and other rights violations are daily occurrences. Faced with this, let’s no longer remain isolated!

This form allows you to anonymously report any element that you think would be useful to keep a record of about the Coquelles-Calais administrative detention center (CRA). The data collected could enable to monitor repressive practices at the CRA in a more systematic manner. They may perhaps be used to help appeals by detainees or by support collectives: demonstrate procedural flaws during court hearings, contact the fundamental rights authorities (Contrôle Général des Lieux de Privation de Liberté, Défenseur Des Droits…), support the testimonies of detainees… Any fact reported, even trivial, can be useful to archive! Whatever the final use of this data, the anonymity of detainees and witnesses will always be protected.

The link of the form :

Milan arirport blocked

Police surveillance: protect yourself from your phone and Whatsapp!

Aussi disponible en français. هذا النص متوفر أيضا باللغة العربية At the French-British border, as elsewhere, there are numerous indications that the French police are remotely monitoring the content of the Whatsapp communications of many people, particularly those they suspect of wanting to cross the border clandestinely. Numerous investigations are underway at the French-British border […]
At the French-British border, as elsewhere, there are numerous indications that the French police are remotely monitoring the content of the Whatsapp communications of many people, particularly those they suspect of wanting to cross the border clandestinely.

Numerous investigations are underway at the French-British border to arrest “smugglers”. The authorities’ definition of the word “smuggler” is highly controversial : it is illegal to help someone cross the border clandestinely, even for free, and the police arrest many people for this. Because of this, some people are sent to prison and sometimes deported from France afterwards.

During a police investigation in France, it’s easy for the police to monitor telephone conversations just by knowing the telephone number they want to monitor. They do not need to physically access someone’s phone. The phone can be monitored for several months by the police without the person being monitored knowing it. If the police are monitoring you, they can listen to your telephone conversations and read your text messages.

Even if you are not being monitored, certain information is still kept for at least 2 years by your operator and the police could consult it later : the geolocation of your phone even if the GPS option was off, with which numbers you exchanged text messages and calls, how long the calls lasted, as well as details of the exact days and times of each text message, call and geolocation. Your phone’s geolocation can be used by the police to find you in real time so they can arrest you, or in court to prove that you were somewhere at a particular time. The history of your text messages and calls, even if the police do not have access to the content, can be used to find out who you are in contact with and when.

The police have plenty of ways of finding out your phone number :

By asking the phone or credit shop.
If they arrest you with your phone.
If they find your phone number in someone else’s phone after an arrest or surveillance.
By searching all the phones that were in a specific place at a specific time. For example, to identify people trying to cross the sea illegally : all phones detected at 2 AM on a french beach near England.
By installing an interception device. For example, a plain-clothes policeman could hide a small antenna in his backpack and walk past you; he would then be able to see your number if your phone was switched on. It can also work at a distance of several dozen metres with a larger device, which police officers can hide in a vehicle.

As practical as they are, our phones are true spies for the police!

To prevent your phone from being geolocated, the only solution is to put it in airplane mode, or ideally to switch it off and remove the battery. As soon as the phone is switched on, even if the GPS is off, it bounds on the network, which records its location. To make it harder to monitor your messages and calls, it’s best to use internet messaging systems with end-to-end encryption, so that the communication is only visible to you and the people you’re talking to.

Whatsapp is an online messaging app owned by the US company Meta, which also owns Facebook, Messenger and Instagram. The company claims to use end-to-end encryption for its messaging, so no one can intercept a call or message apart from the person sending it and the person receiving it. But Whatsapp’s security protocol is kept secret because the company refuses to reveal it. So it’s not possible to know whether there are any loopholes in Whatsapp’s security that the police can use to monitor users. There are many indications that in some investigations, the police are able to listen to Whatsapp messages and calls. On its website, Whatsapp state that they working with the authorities to monitor its users.

An alternative way of protecting yourself is to use the Signal app. It’s easy to use and very similar to Whatsapp. But Signal’s security protocol is open-source : it is accessible to everyone and anyone can check that there are no loopholes that would allow the police or other malicious people to intercept communications. Thousands of computer scientists around the world monitor and improve Signal’s security every day, in complete transparency. This is not to say that Signal is infallible, but there are more reasons to trust it than Whatsapp. What’s more, Signal is a not-for-profit company, whereas Whatsapp makes money by collecting and reselling its users’ data, which is one more reason to choose Signal over Whatsapp !

Installing Signal is simple: just download “Signal Private Messenger” onto your smartphone:

On Android devices, in the GooglePlay application.
On iPhone or iPad, in the AppStore application.

Once the application is installed, all you have to do is create an account with a validation code sent by text message. Security tip: when you create your profile, use a pseudonym rather than your real name. Once your account is created, you’ll be able to communicate with all your contacts who also use Signal : text messages, voice messages, photos, videos, calls, group conversations, etc. It only works with people who also have Signal installed on their phone, so invite your friends and family to install it too so you can communicate together more securely.

Just be careful! If one day the police stop you with your phone, it is possible that they will open it and read your Signal messages, even if you have set a code. If they arrest someone you’re in contact with, they can read the messages you’ve sent them in the same way. So remember to delete your messages regularly. In the Signal settings, you can set the “disappearing messages” option to automatically delete messages after a certain period of time.

Let’s fight against surveillance! Privacy is a human right!

FEBRUARY 19, 2024 Jury convicts Ibrahima Bah: statement from Captain Support UK

Portrait of Ibrahima Bah, drawn by A., his friend, in court.
Statement by Captain Support

Following a three-week trial, Ibrahima Bah, a teenager from Senegal, has been convicted by an all-white jury at Canterbury Crown Court. The jury unanimously found him guilty of facilitating illegal entry to the UK, and by a 10-2 majority of manslaughter by gross negligence. This conviction followed a previous trial in July 2023 in which the jury could not reach a verdict.

Ibrahima’s prosecution and conviction is a violent escalation in the persecution of migrants to ‘Stop the Boats’. Observing the trial has also made it clear to us how anti-black racism pervades the criminal ‘justice’ system in this country. The verdict rested on the jury’s interpretation of generic words with shifting meanings such as ‘reasonable’, ‘significant’, and ‘minimal’. Such vagueness invites subjective prejudice, in this case anti-black racist profiling. Ibrahima, a teenage survivor, was perceived in the eyes of many jurors to be older, more mature, more responsible, more threatening, with more agency, and thus as more ‘guilty’.

Why Ibrahima was charged

Ibrahima was arrested in December 2022 after the dinghy he was driving across the Channel broke apart next to the fishing vessel Arcturus. Four men are known to have drowned, and up to five are still missing at sea. The court heard the names of three of them: Allaji Ibrahima Ba, 18 years old from Guinea who had travelled with Ibrahima from Libya and who Ibrahima described as his brother; Hajratullah Ahmadi, from Afghanistan; and Moussa Conate, a 15 year old from Guinea.

The jury, judge, defense, and prosecution agreed the shipwreck and resultant deaths had multiple factors. These included the poor construction of the boat, water ingress after a time at sea, and later everyone standing up to be rescued causing the floor of the dinghy ripping apart. A report by Alarm Phone and LIMINAL points to other contributing factors, including the lack of aerial surveillance, the failure of the French to launch a search and rescue operation when first informed of the dinghy’s distress, and the skipper of Arcturus’ delay in informing Dover Coastguard of the seriousness of the wreck. Nonetheless, the Kent jury has decided to exclusively punish a black teenaged survivor.

What the jury heard

Many of the other survivors, all of whom claimed asylum upon reaching the UK, testified that Ibrahima saved their lives. At the moment the dinghy got into danger, Ibrahima steered it towards the fishing vessel which rescued them. He was also shown holding a rope to keep the collapsed dinghy alongside the fishing vessel while others climbed onboard. One survivor told the court that Ibrahima “was an angel”.

The story told by witnesses not on the dinghy contrasted greatly to that of the asylum seekers who survived. Ray Strachan, the captain of the shipping vessel Arcturus offered testimony which appeared particularly prejudiced. He described Ibrahima using racist tropes – “mouthy”, not grateful enough following rescue, and as behaving very unusually. He complained about the tone in which Ibrahima asked the crew to rescue his drowning friend Allaji, who Strachan could only describe as being “dark brown. What can you say nowadays? He wasn’t white.” Strachan also has spoken out in a GB News interview against what he considers to be the “migrant taxi service” in the Channel, and volunteered to the jury, “It wasn’t my decision to take them to Dover. I wanted to take them back to France.” This begs the question of whether Strachan’s clearly anti-migrant political opinions influenced his testimony in a way which he felt would help secure Ibrahima’s conviction. It also raises the question if jury members identified more with Strachan’s retelling than the Afghans who testified through interpreters, and to what extent they shared some of his convictions.

When Ibrahima took the stand to testify in his defense he explained that he refused to drive the rubber inflatable after he was taken to the beach and saw its size compared to the number of people expecting to travel on it. He told how smugglers, who had organised the boat and had knives and a gun, then assaulted him and forced him to drive the dinghy. The other survivors corroborated his testimony and described the boat’s driver being beaten and forced onboard.

The prosecutor, however, sought to discredit Ibrahima, cross-examining him for one-and-a-half days. He demonised Ibrahima and insisted that he was personally responsible for the deaths because he was driving. Ibrahima’s actions, which survivors testified saved their lives, were twisted into dangerous decisions. His experiences of being forced to drive the boat under threat of death, and following assault, were disbelieved. The witness stand became the scene of another interrogation, with the prosecutor picking over the details of Ibrahima’s previous statements for hours.

Ibrahima’s account never waivered. Yes he drove the dinghy, he didn’t want to, he was forced to, and when they got into trouble he did everything in his power to save everybody on board.

Free Ibrahima!

We have been supporting, and will continue to support, Ibrahima as he faces his imprisonment at the hands of the racist and unjust UK border regime.

This is a truly shocking decision.

We call for everybody who shares our anger to protest the unjust conviction of Ibrahima Bah and to stand in solidarity with all those incarcerated and criminalised for seeking freedom of movement

Alexey Navalny died today February 16th 2024; 47 years old

Hij gaf zijn leven voor de vrijheid van allen …


“In Duitsland zal er nooit revolutie komen omdat je daarvoor het gras moet betreden. Lenin”

Excerpt From
Het achtste leven (voor Brilka)
Nino Haratischwili
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“Revoluties kenmerkten zich altijd door onbeleefdheid, waarschijnlijk omdat de heersende klassen niet tijdig de moeite namen het volk goede manieren bij te brengen. Trotski”

Excerpt From
Het achtste leven (voor Brilka)
Nino Haratischwili
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Der scharlachrote buchstabe; Wim Wenders

Yanis Varoukis (YouTube Böhmermann)

Stop de gifroute Nederland exporteert gif!

Ook Nederland exporteert verboden middelen

Uit onderzoek in 2023 blijkt dat Nederland in 2021 op de 5e plaats stond van EU-landen die een bepaalde groep verboden pesticiden (neonicotinoïden) exporteren: 1.695 ton gif werd vanuit ons land geëxporteerd naar o.a. Cuba en Zambia. Dat Nederland meewerkt aan deze grote gifroute is onbestaanbaar. En we hoeven niet te wachten op Europa om hier een einde aan te maken.

Frankrijk heeft eerder al een verbod ingesteld op de export van verboden middelen en onlangs kondigde België aan hetzelfde te gaan doen. Wij roepen onze regering dan ook op om niet stil te zitten en een einde te maken aan deze praktijken!

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Aan Van der Lubbe

Jongen, met je wankel hoofd,
aan den beul vooruit beloofd,
toen je daar je lot verbeidde
stond ik weenend aan je zijde.
De operette duurde lang:
van het wraakhof naar ‘t gevang,
van ‘t gevang weer naar het hof,
in de boeien van den mof.
Veertig haarden dorst je ontsteken,
duizend haarden zou men wreken.
Maar je beulen stonden paf
toen je zweeg tot in je graf.
Dokters, rechters, procureuren,
allen zijn je komen keuren,
allen vonden je perfect,
en toen heeft men je genekt.
‘t Had de Koningin behaagd
dat je gratie werd gevraagd,
maar voor zulk een vieze jongen
wordt meestal niet aangedrongen.
Lang heeft men geprakkezeerd
wat een mensch het meest onteert:
hangen, branden, vierendeelen,
of gewoon als varken kelen.
Toen heeft men het mes gekozen
om je toch eens te doen blozen.
Zulk een gala met wat bloed
doet een hakenkruiser goed.
Jongenlief, zooals je ziet,
Leiden krijgt je resten niet.
Hitler laat zich niets ontrukken
want hij houdt van die twee stukken.
Holland vraagt zich onverdroten
of je niets werd ingespoten,
maar die vuige, laffe moord,
vindt het minder ongehoord.
Laat het stikken in zijn centen,
in zijn kaas en in zijn krenten,
in zijn helden, als daar zijn:
Tromp, De Ruyter en Piet Hein.
Moog je geest in Leipzig spoken
tot die gruwel wordt gewroken.
Tot je beulen, groot en klein,
door den Rus vernietigd zijn.

16 Januari 1934.

Fwd: Umsetzung Gedenkstein M.v.d. Lubbe auf das authentische Grab


the white rider

(Het leuke van … is weten op reis te zijn; geboren te Vught, opgegroeid in Amsterdam en gezworven door Eurazië…)

Begin forwarded message:

From: ronnie
Date: 13 November 2023 at 11:57:04 CET

Subject: Fw: AW: Umsetzung Gedenkstein M.v.d. Lubbe auf das authentische Grab

laatste nieuws – alles is weer rechtgezet en 10 januari 2024 wordt DE dag
Gesendet: Montag, 13. November 2023 um 09:49 Uhr
Von: “Paul-Benndorf-Gesellschaft” <;
An: “‘ronnie s'” <;
Betreff: AW: Umsetzung Gedenkstein M.v.d. Lubbe auf das authentische Grab

Sehr geehrter Herr Ronnie Sluik,


anbei Bilder des auf das authentische Grab umgesetzten Gedenksteins für Marinus van der Lubbe.   Die Bepflanzung wird

noch erneuert.

Für Sie als Vorinformation, am 10.1. 2024 erfolgt zum 90. Jahrestag der Hinrichtung von MvdL die Wiedereinweihung des

authentischen Grabes 13.00 Uhr, 14.00 ein Gedenk-Kolloquium in der Hauptkapelle des Leipziger Südfriedhofs.     Sie wer-

den dazu noch formvollendet eingeladen.      Wir würden uns freuen, wenn Sie sich diesen Termin freihalten und ein paar

Worte beim Gedenk-Kolloquium zur Entstehungsgeschichte des Gedenksteines (der 3 Gedenksteine) sprechen.

Wir wünschen Ihnen eine schöne Zeit und verbleiben herzlichst,

i.A. H.-J. Halbach

Stv. Vorsitzender

                                             im namen von sluik / kurpershoek


how dare you (deze cartoon werd teruggetrokken (Washington Post) (source Al Jazeera)