[imc-liverpool] comrade from Germany on tour to visit Northern England
rehzi at gmx.net
Thu Jan 6 09:06:26 PST 2011
I'm an antifascist activist from Cologne/Germany and I would like to
spend some days travelling Northern England (i.e. Liverpool, Manchester,
Blackpool, Preston, that area.) in the beginning of March. It's the time
of carnival in Cologne and the whole city is a mad house, always a good
excuse to flee into exile for a week... ALso I haven't been to the UK in
such a long time and I miss the sound of spoken English. :-)
I would like to take the chance and meet some activists/comrades and
discuss stuff. I can also give some presentations on what we are doing
over here. And I'd love to hear what you are up to.
I heard the topic of the "Antideutsche" (anti-germans) is rather hot. I
would be glad to explain their development, the debates we've been
having in German language regions during the last 20 years, the
different approches, pros and cons... The topic is way to sensitive and
the debates here have been going on for too long and with too much
complexity to cut it down to a yes or no question. It's definitely one
major point of debate and identification for Antifas and the general
left in Germany. I've been following the debates closely and I've alreay
given several insights to people alien to the subject, in New Zealand e.g.
So I could offer that.
If you are interested in other subjects tell me and we could see how
this fits into my agenda.
Other than that I would love to hang out with some lovely
revolutionaries, make some friends, visit some projects or just have a
few beers and do the touristy stuff.
Well, you guess it, working towards a different society most of the
times means living in rather poor conditions, so I would need a place to
crash for the night :-) as I can't pay for a hotel room.
After the outing of that cop recently I understand you may have security
concerns. I hope we can find a way of comunicating that feels safe for
everybody. It's just so difficult to make contact across borders - it
kind of sucks that although refusing borders our networks are still so
fixed on a national level.
I would love to hear from you. Feel free to pass this email on to
whoever you think may be interested.
antifascist greetings and all the best
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