Germany: Uncontrolled stroll in Hamburg

In the evening of the 18th of October 2013, an uncontrolled stroll from St. Pauli to the Schanze neighbourhood took place.

With a banner, chants, posters, fliers, graffiti, stones and hammers, nearly 80 people took their anger against the “danger zones”, the racist controls, the machinery of deportation and these reality conditions out on the streets.

Some banks and shops got their windows smashed, and walls were painted with slogans against the deportation machinery and the State. The walk came to an end when the cops arrived.

Against the authorities and their city!
For an uncontrollable life without Domination, for all!