HEY CRIMINAL DICTATOR: THIS EMBASSY BELONGS TO US! (YOU MUST LEAVE NOW)
- Written by DEad WOrkers Union (DEWOU-DAMTP)
We are refugees and political activists from Sudan, today we are peacefully occupying our Sudanese embassy in Berlin, as a protest action to announce our political position against Sudanese regime which is holding the power in Sudan since 1989 through a military coup lead by General Omer Al Bashir who is now a criminal wanted by the international criminal court for crimes against humanity, genocide and war crimes.
Al Bashir is leading an Islamic extremists group who caused the split of Sudan into two states in 2011 after announcing the war against southern Sudanese as a holy war in name of God.
We are coming from Hannover the capital of lower Saxony, specifically from our refugees protest camp in Weißekreuzplatz which had been established in 24 May 2014 to declare our political position which based on the following:
The refusal of violation of our basic human rights by German government and its law, and the urgency of our demand to be protected immediately and grant asylum resident permit as a fundamental right according to the both: German constitution and Universal declaration of human rights.
Stop governmental collaboration between German state and Sudanese regime, this collaboration encourages Sudan regime which lead by a criminal to continue genocide, crimes against humanity and war crimes.
Today through our action here in Berlin we repeat our demands which mentioned above through drawing the attention of the public to this issue.
This embassy had been stolen from Sudanese people!
We are saying today, after 26 years from oppression to the dictator Omar Al Bashir: Enough is enough; you must leave the power now!
And our message to German government: Enough is enough; you must grant refugees from Sudan their rights to be allowed to stay in Germany! Stop collaborating with the criminal regime and providing the killer dictator with money and economic support!
Our call to German people: Support our demands and all others refugees demands to stay in Germany and to be protected as human according to German constitution!
Our rights, right here and right now.
Refugees protest camp, Weißekreuzplatz, Hannover
Wednesday, 11. February 2014