cross-posted from: https://szmer.info/post/8652
Mistress Gul, a tailor, an electrician, a girl and maybe a cat, together with 28 other people have been tortured and continue to be, for 3 weeks now, by Border Guards on the Polish border in Usnarz Górny. Polish Guards refuse to give them access to food, water and medication, day by day. 3 people in Wrocław: a librarian, a cashier and a student, have just started a resistance camp in front of the Lower Silesian Voivodeship’s Office. These brave people stand by those in a weaker position, demanding immediate medical aid access to the refugees. In Warsaw, some other girls, electricians and tailors just went on a hunger strike. People in whole country are demanding to let the refugees in and to guarantee them international protection and provide them both physical and psychological medical care. We will keep informing what is happening in front of the Office, during the next hours, as events evolve. Please spread the information, that the solidarity is stronger than weapons and barbed wire!
The statement of protestors occupying the Voivodeship Office in Wroclaw: No Border No Nation!
Wrocław Anarchists Call
As anarchists we deeply believe in the idea of cosmopolitanism and we consider national states a concept designed to turn people against each other in order to keep them from revolting against the authority. We are beginning an occupational strike at the Voivodeship Office in Wroclaw! Our demand is to allow medical aid to 32 people applying for a refugee status in Usnarz Górny. We will not leave this place until our demands are met. Resistance will last as long as it is necessary! The enemy is not at the border, but heating their asses in a luxury office.
(Our only demand : let in the medical aid to the refugees kept by force on Polish-Belorussian border under the orders of Polish Government).
Original thread here.
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