I’d rather go naked than wear Thor Steinar!

On 17.09.2011 a Nazi-shop opened its doors directly in the closer suburbs of Hamburg.
The company „Thor Steinar“ opened up a shop called „Tonsberg“ in predominantly conservative Glinde.
„Thor Steinar“ is a well-known brand, which formerly had to close a shop run under the same name in Hamburg’s HSH Nordbank shopping arcade after being under numerous attacks by paint bombs and continuing daily protests.
The special selection of themes, colors, logos and content used by this brand are closely related and linked to nordic mythology, colonialism, nazi ideology and violence.
Thus, this brand is used by its wearers as an ideological confession.

We have printed hundreds of posters and stickers which will be sold at the next few home games at the Millerntor.
The posters should very soon be available for free at the Fanladen and a project called „Schwarzmarkt“.
Spread the stuff and pay attention to announcements of comrades, keep being informed, get active.
The goal must be to isolate the store within Glinde and around as well as to exert political pressure on the village peace.

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Solidarity for save Hapoel protest!


Death is made in Germany

Call for the antifascist rally on the 28th of January, 1 PM, Hachmannplatz/Central Station Hamburg

What’s happening in Germany is intolerable. For thirteen years it was possible for three Thuringian Nazis to travel the republic, rob banks, do bomb attacks and kill people. Their victims were Enver Şimşek, Abdurrahim Özüdoğru, Süleyman Taşköprü, Habil Kılıç, Mehmet Turgut, İsmail Yaşar, Theodoros Boulgarides, Mehmet Kubaşık, Halit Yozgat and the police woman Michèle Kiesewetter.

The murders of  the terror group “Nationalsozialistischer Untergrund” (NSU/National-socialist underground) were only detected because of a serendipity after the death of the two Nazis Böhnhardt and Mundlos. Since then cruel details about the targeted killing of migrants, a nail bomb in Cologne-Mülheim and other attacks of the network become aware to the public. It’s not even possible to guess who else is a member of this network, except Beate Zschäpe, Uwe Mundlos and Uwe Böhnhardt. Still, it’s not able to see the whole dimension of terror yet – it might be that the group is responsible for a series of incendiary attacks in Völklingen and for an antisemitic bomb attack in Düsseldorf-Wehrhahn, too.
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Zomia the alternative caravan site in Hamburg!

In Hamburg there are at the moment six alternative caravan sites. While those in Altona, Eimsbüttel and Barmbek-North are enjoying broad public and legal acceptance, “Zomia” based in an industrial area in Wilhelmsburg has serious trouble and is facing conviction. Though there are no other plans with the plot of land where the site is located, the squatters are about to be chased away by riot police and city council anytime. All this is happening in the days of the 9th anniversary of the conviction of legendary caravan site “Bambule” in St. Pauli. This conviction on November 4th 2002 caused many protest rallies and riots, most of them taking place after home matches of FC St. Pauli.
The existence of the other alternative caravan sites is proving that the problem is not a legal one. The problem can be named: Head of central city council “Sheriff” Markus Schreiber, famous for his antisocial politics. Hardliner Schreiber has been running a private war against alternative concepts and ideas of living, homeless and poor people, and last but not least alternative caravan sites. This autumn he became even more famous and hated by setting up a fence under a St. Pauli bridge. The bridge has been sheltering homeless people for decades until Sheriff Schreiber decided to get rid of them. After broad public excitement and protest and after even his own party and brothers-in-crime stopped backing him, the fence was removed after a short period of time. … Continue Reading


Hans Frankenthal Award 2011

On Thursday, October 20th, the Stiftung Auschwitz-Komitee (loosely translated: Auschwitz-Comittee Foundation) celebrated the annual Hans Frankenthal Award. Amongst two other laureates (Wolfram P. Kastner, „Antifaschistische Erholungs- und Begegnungsstätte Heideruh e.V.“), Ultrà Sankt Pauli was awarded for contributions to the Alerta Network. In addition to trophy money, we also received a bunch of flowers, which we laid down at the grave of the communist resistance fighter Fritz Bringmann the next day.

We want to thank the Auschwitz-Comittee Foundation cordially for the appreciation of our work!

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