It has been an interesting couple of weeks in the forest. With actions almost every day and sabotages being reported on multiple occasions, it surely has been a fun time in the forest during the winter holidays.
Unoffensive arrived a couple of days ago to find out that RWE was demolishing a (now ghost town) village close to the mine to be able to keep digging.
The locals were broken and disheartened, seeing the old church being demolished was something that none of them was expecting to happen.
The morning of the demolition, some activists from Greenpeace climbed the church and did a banner drop whilst Hambis occupied neighbouring rooftops to stop the machine from demolishing the buildings.
Sadly, the cops managed to take everybody down and RWE was allowed to carry on with their work.
Everybody was taken to the police station and later released without charges.
Meanwhile, the local filth has informed us that they are interested in evicting the barricades INSIDE of the forest and also that they would like to bring politicians from the parliament to visit the occupation. We cannot promise that they will have it easy.
THE STRUGGLE CONTINUES. WE ARE NOT GOING ANYWHERE.