May Day in Paris: Invitation for a revolutionary May 1st
After the invitation of “Les Paves” to come to Paris on the first of May, we now publish another call to come to Paris.
Here is the full call:
Military attack against the ZAD, destruction of places of life, expulsions, beating students with batons, isolation of railway workers, disinformation: these maneuvers intended to prove the authority of the state are rather the symptoms of an anxious government, panicked by the growth of a more and more powerful and multiform movement.
The strike at the SNCF is massively followed, disrupting rail traffic, the blockades and occupations of universities multiply as rarely for more than a decade, networks are growing, alliances are formed, several other sectors join the struggle, the NDDL’s comrades withstand each day with more determination while support committees are active across the country, in short, people everywhere are reappropriating TO BEAT THE RIGHT.
From now on it is a question of turning these different forms of revolt into a single insurrectional wave to bring down this detestable regime. To envisage victory we suppose to have common dates to concentrate our offensive.
While some wish to commemorate May-68 to better keep it at bay, we think that the date of May 1, 2018 is a great opportunity to celebrate in our own way the fiftieth anniversary of the uprising. Given the international resonance on this anniversary, it is not unlikely that comrades from neighboring countries have the idea to join the festivities.
We invite the railway workers and all partss of the current movement to come in numbers on May 1st to form a revolutionary, determined and fighting demo. Because if repression falls on everyone, our response must be common and united.
We meet at Tuesday May 1, 02:30pm (14:30) at Place de la Bastille, 75011 Paris, France.
Facebook event page:https://www.facebook.com/events/451120815321402/
by Génération Ingouvernable und Mouvement Inter Luttes Indépendant Facebook event page. Translated by Enough is Enough.