We want to meet after the game against Sandhausen on October 25th
to show that St Pauli is behind the refugees of
“Lampedusa in Hamburg”. At 8.30 pm we will assemble at
Harald-Stender-Platze in front of the south stand to move from there to the St Pauli church. Many fans of FC St Pauli and people from the area
have shown solidarity with the around 300 refugees of
“Lampedusa in Hamburg” in the last few months.
People are fighting and have fought with innumerable actions
for a humane perspective. But the Hamburg senate has ignored the
refugees and the solidarity movement! But now the senate reacts – and responds with open attack! It bullies the refugees for days with a racist “coursing” to
initiate their deportation. It appears that the ruling SPD around
Olaf Scholz has become worried because significant parts of the
population don’t look away but support the affected people.
Because of this, the senate now relies on “Law & Order”
and deportation under the banner of lawfulness and cynical excuse
to offer help. Let’s together show our colours against racist persecution! We are not going to accept this and will increase the
pressure on our side. Let’s show the inhuman senate that we
are more ! That’s why we want to take to the streets with many
others after the match. We won’t be provoked so the security
of the refugees at the demonstration will not be put at risk. On Saturday (October 26th) will be furthermore an
“International Refugee Summit” run by several groups in
connection with FC St Pauli, which will include not only
“Lampedusa in Hamburg” but groups from England and Scotland.
Meeting point: 11 a.m. St Pauli church, 12noon
Fanräume in Millerntorstation. More info: http://blog.1910-museum.de/ We call to everyone to join the national demonstration
organised by “Lampedusa in Hamburg” on November 2nd (2pm/Central Station)! Kein Mensch ist illegal!