This year, we’re a member of the coordinating committee.
We’ve worked hard to emphasize an anti-capitalist perspective of the protest, and to counter simplistic interpretations of the crisis.
But we’re still far from a full scale social movement that would challenge the capitalist rationale itself.Portikus: A view from outside during the exhibition "Powered A-Hole Spanish Donkey Sport Dick Drink Donkey Dong Dongs Sunscreen Model" by Mike Bouchet and Paul Mc Carthy in April 2014, Frankfurt am Main The person who associated a work with this deed has dedicated the work to the public domain by waiving all of his or her rights to the work worldwide under copyright law, including all related and neighboring rights, to the extent allowed by law.You can copy, modify, distribute and perform the work, even for commercial purposes, all without asking permission.According to the official narrative, Germany had “done its homework soon enough” by introducing neoliberal austerity measures even before the crisis broke out.Government and most opposition parties are desperately looking for a formula to save capitalism against its inherent tendencies for crises.
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About 700 protesters joined the rallies there, blocking the main terminal building and a major commuter transit section.Authorities had tried to prevent a demonstration inside the actual airport building, but a court ruling had dismissed their ban, granting access to a limited number of 200 demonstrators.Blockupy is a significant effort in that direction, if anti-capitalists continue to engage. Blockupy 2013 In 2013, Blockupy returned to Frankfurt with a two-day program of blockades and a large demonstration (May 31st/June 1st).Instead, we were focusing on our “M31 – International Day of Action against Capitalism” on March 31st.
Nonetheless, we contributed with infrastructure, discussion events and an anti-capitalist block at the demo, jointly organized with the Interventionistische Linke (i L) alliance (Some impressions).It went public in May 2012 with three days of action in Frankfurt, the seat of the ECB.Authorities responded with large scale repression against any kind of rally or gathering, and shut down the entire city centre with road blocks and thousands of riot police.We were able to reach and damage the inner line of defence police had set up, and blocked the complex for many hours.In the afternoon, groups gathered for de-centralized protests to “mark crisis actors”.