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April 21st 2007, Heiligendamm

- Most important information

- Czech govt confirms that U.S. president is to arrive in Prague

- Cops entered a political houseproject in Potsdam because of anti-g8 banner

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Dear international activists, Most important organisational details for international activists: Right now, we have two camps: one at "Reddelich" (for 3000-5000 persons) close to Bad Doberan to the West of Rostock
To get there:
by public transport: use regional train station Reddelich from Rostock main station in the direction of Wismar/local bus also stops there, from there take your left on B-105 to the small industrial centre that you can see about 400 metres away on the opposite side of the street, walk in there and you will find signs and other help there,
by car: from highway A20, exit at Satow in the direction of Kröpelin and Kühlingsborn and take your right at Kröpelin (direction Bad Doberan). Do not use the exit at Bad Doberan, because the city is often congested even when there is no summit (especially the crossroads B105/Molli (small historic tourist train to Heiligendamm)/ highway exit).
and one in Rostock City: "Fish Harbour" (6.000 persons)
To get there: by public transport: use the S Train (fast local train, all stations are marked with a green S)- R. Bramow or S- Marienehe also at Rostock main station in the direction of Warnemünde). From S-Station Marienehe, cross the tracks, then keep right, cross the empty parking lot and walk down "Fischereihafen" and "Schlachthofstr." until you see camp signs to your left. From S-Station Bramow, walk out on "Schwarzer Weg" in the direction of the harbour, then turn left on "Schlachthofstr." until you see camp signs to your right. by car: Switch from the A20 to the A19, or stay on it.
Coming from the direction of Berlin, take the exit Rostock South to the left into the B 110, Tessin Street; at the railway bridge (traffic lights), take your right into the Connecting Way (Verbindungsweg) until it ends (traffic lights); there take your left across Vorpommernbrücke, along the harbour past the socialist monument (two men looking to the horizon). After about 400 metres, at Werftplatz (Dock Square), take your right into Werftstraße (ruins of parts of the docks), then drive straight ahead into Carl-Hopp-Str. and then into Schlachthofstr..
Where the street takes a slight curve, you will see the camp site to your right. Both camps will have at least two information tents ("camp details" and "details on activities"), a medical help centre, a small media tent (Indymedia), soup kitchens, toilets (pre-fabricated as well as ecological), self-built showers etc.
When based at the Rostock camp, you may participate in the activities of the counter-summit: To offer a workshop yourself, write to
To offer a workshop at the Reddelich camp or get information on the cultural programme there, write to:
For spaces on one of the two camps (sorry, website mainly in German), please register online at: or or write to
Please indicate if you are coming with a larger group and which camp you want to stay in as well as other details that might help us to assist you.

Sincerely, Your Camp Team

Czech govt confirms that U.S. president is to arrive in Prague

Prague- The Czech Government Office today confirmed the information that U.S. President George W. Bush will pay a short visit to the Czech Republic in June mainly to discuss the possible construction of a U.S. missile defence base in the country.
"Prime Minister Mirek Topolanek knows about the visit of the U.S. president in Prague," government spokesman Martin Schmarz told today. He said that details of the visit are being discussed. Petr Hajek, spokesman for Czech President Vaclav Klaus, said that Bush's visit was possible according to his information. The daily Hospodarske noviny writes today that Bush is to arrive in Prague on Tuesday, June 5 evening. On the following day Bush is to leave for Heiligendamm, Germany, where the G8 summit will be held. The paper writes that Bush's visit will be officially announced today or on Friday during Czech Foreign Minister Karel Schwarzenberg's visit to the USA. The USA wants to build a missile defence radar base in the Czech military training area Brdy, southwest of Prague. In Poland it wants to locate a base with defence missiles. President George W. Bush visited the Czech Republic in 2002 when he took part in the Prague NATO Summit. During the visit, he met then Czech president Vaclav Havel and then PM Vladimir Spidla, now Czech EU Commissioner.


Cops entered a political houseproject in Potsdam because of anti-g8 banner

source: ( 19.04.2007

Today around 9 am in Cops entered the houseproject Zeppelinstraße 25. They were 50 masked Cops with helmets plus civil policemen. They broke the gate and tried to enter the house. After we showed up to stop them, they showed a resolution from the potsdam court that said the anti-g8-banner, which is hanging at the house has to be confiscated because it calls for criminal offence. The police was present the day befor allready and in the night around 1 am to film the banner, once in uniform and once in civil clothes. After we gave them the banner they went away. We decided like that because we did not want to escalate the situation and wanted to stop the police to search the whole house. Eventhough there were pregnant women and children present and we wanted to prevent danger for them. We as the inhabitants and support of the Zeppelinstraße 25 see this as a harrasment against the free speach and call all the people to engage in the fight against capitalism and G8! Do not let repression frighten you and resist! everything for everybody! abolish capitalism! sink down G8!