Greetings to Alassa on the process on 02/18/21
How far you've come.
Everything you have gone through. All the time you have pushed on even when you felt you couldn't.
All the mornings you got out of bed no matter how hard it will be.
All the time you wanted to give up but you got through another day.
Never forget how much strength you have learned and developed. So be strong, you will win.
we are you
You are not alone.
If you are feeling a bit down today, remind yourself that you have come a long way.
You have crossed oceans when you don't know how to swim.
You have climbed mountains when you were hurt in the feet.
You took leaps of faith when you didn't have wings.
So, you will survive today. And, you will do it with style.
Just remember that.From his friend Azumah
Rosa and I wish you every success for your court date.
You now have a lot of friends in Germany and in Italy.
Let us know how it goes!
Gaetano and RosaBy Gaetano and Rosa from Italy
Gladbeck/15.2.21 Greetings from Alassane and Diatu to the Friends of Refugee Solidarity
we are Alassane, Diatu and Dialika from Guinea. We live in Gladbeck. we fight with you
that the deportations should stop. We shouldn't be afraid, we must continue to criticize
so that the government hears us. Last week nine refugees from Guinea got here in Gladbeck
a deportation letter – the authorities want to find out who you are so that they can then deport you.
Our refugee friends have therefore fled to France – again. This treatment of people
must stop - we must fight for this together!We are refugees and not bandits here doing something
want to break. We have problems at home, that's why we're here.
We wish you every success in the trial against the state of Baden-Württemberg.
Alassane, Diatu and DialisFrom Diatu and Dialis from Guinea
As an organization, we were and continue to be in full solidarity with the struggle of the refugees
humane and therefore also dignified treatment – a real recognition of the law
for escape and asylum - and against the acts of violence against them, against the racist and social-chauvinist agitation
by police, government and reactionary press about them. The resistance against the lawless procedure
of the institutions of the self-proclaimed constitutional state is justified and even necessary. That's not only
in the (legitimate) self-interest of the refugees, but part of the general resistance against them
progressive rightward development of governments and bourgeois parties. It concerns us all!
We send our warmest solidarity greetings to you and to you, Alassa Mfouapon, as representatives of this struggle
and wish you success in your offensive against this oppression and injustice!
High international solidarity! LF – Left Forum in the Bergisches Land (NRW)
helloFrom the Left Forum Bergisches Land
Alassa M.'s trial against the state of Baden-Württemberg is taking place today. Indiscriminate police violence
is commonplace, but it is almost never prosecuted. refugees and people of color
particularly frequent victims of attacks by the police. For the perpetrators in uniform, that has never been the case
consequences. I am all the more grateful that Alassa filed a lawsuit against the martial police operation in the
LEA Ellwangen submitted in 2018! When refugees raise their voices, organize themselves
and no longer accept the violation of their human rights, they are threatened with smear campaigns in the media
and by right-wing politicians, criminalization and deportation by the German authorities. A few days
after the brutal operation in Ellwangen, Alassa organized a protest demonstration. Shortly thereafter
he himself was deported to Italy in a traumatizing way. But Alassa is not intimidated.
I express my solidarity with him and his fellow campaigners who are against police arbitrariness
and fight for basic human rights. And I urge all democratic people to
also to show solidarity and to defend the right of asylum and the rights of refugees!
No more police violence, no more criminalizing those seeking protection!
The brutal operation in the state initial reception center in Ellwangen must finally be clarified,
and the victims of the abuse must be compensated.Of Ulla Jelpke – from the Left Party:
we would like to wish you all the best for the process and greet with loud applause from Heilbronn
You and the Circle of Friends of Refugee Solidarity! Our hearts are full of love! Our rally today was a
full of success and has just finished with Beethoven's 'Ode to Joy' that you love to sing. In several
The stations of your and your struggle came to life in the speeches. Young rebels reported impressed
how they met you in Ellwangen in 2018 and made many new friends. Courage Women's Association
went into the growing willingness to donate and the practical support for the residents and refugees on Lesvos.
In its speech, the MLPD drafted the concept for a world in which there would no longer be any reason to flee,
because the cause of wars, exploitation, oppression and destruction of the basis of life is eliminated -
real socialism. The initiators of an anti-fascist rally invited to 19.2. on the occasion of
To take to the streets on the 1st anniversary of the Hanau murders. There were 20 people from Heilbronn at our rally
from Iraq, Turkey, Kurdistan and Germany. The inhumane refugee policy of the EU
Federal government and the state government of Baden-Württemberg was denounced. Even if today by accident
Ash Wednesday is - Minister of the Interior Strobl and Prime Minister Kretschmann in the penitent shirt would have been a good match!
Your friends from HeilbronnOf friends from Heilbronn
Albstadt, February 17, 2021
Dear Alassa Mfouapon, Dear Friends of Refugee Solidarity in SI
We send you warm greetings from our solidarity rally in Albstadt and wish you every success
in your trial against the state government of Baden-Württemberg. We are impressed and excited by
Your courage to mess with the state government. It just can't be that brutal
Police violence against the residents of LEA Ellwangen in May 2018 is simply accepted. refugees
should have the same human rights as everyone else. We have a lot of people with our rally
informed about this important process, as well as about the tribunal on February 20th. We stand by yours
page and fingers crossed for the process.
With solidarity greetings
The participants of the rally on 17.2. 2021 in Albstadt-Ebingen
Unanimously adopted by 18 permanent participants.Of friends from Albstadt
how far you've come from, what you've been through.
All the time you kept walking even though you felt way too exhausted.
The many mornings you got out of bed, no matter how hard it was.
The many times you wanted to give up and yet you went one day further
Never forget how much strength you have experienced and developed. So be strong, you will win.
We are by your side
You're not alone
In case you're feeling a little down todayFrom his friend Azumah
Remember the long way you've come.
You've crossed oceans without knowing how to swim.
Climbed mountains with bruised feet.
Faith has given you wings even though you have no wings.
That's why you will survive today. And with style.
the brothers and sisters you met at SI Cobas in Milan, who came from all over the world,
keep fighting against exploitation, and against the use of immigration laws aimed at blackmail
them into submission to capital, and for the right to organize and struggle. Your struggle
against this oppressive system, for a better workd is our struggle. Your case has opened
the eyes to many youths, and this is already an achievement.
We wish you success in your legal case against arbitrary arrest and deportation, even
if we know that the only guarantee for our rights to be upheld is not the law of the ruling class,
but the unity of the working class, beyond the color of their skin, and their determination
to fight together.We wish you to be able to freely live and work and travel wherever you want,
with the same rights to organize and fight as native people.
Your SI Cobas comrades from MilanFrom friends from Milan/Italy
As you know, I have always stood in solidarity with you and Alassa against the shame of Europe - as Jean Ziegler puts it so aptly in his book.
I would like to offer you this link from my song "I have a dream" and send you my solidarity greetings for this important process.
and since your fight against racism and fascists is so important, you will certainly be interested in my new Willy, which I posted yesterday on fb and my youtube channel "weckerswelt" on the anniversary of the murders in Hanau.
I send my best regards to you and Alassa and all your comrades-in-arms!
your KonstantinBy Konstantin Wecker
“State violence and repression can never be tolerated. I stand in solidarity with Alessa and
other refugees in their struggle for justice and dignity.”
State violence and oppression can never be tolerated. I stand in solidarity with Alassa
and other refugees in their struggle for justice and dignity.Von the captain Carola Rackete
I admire Alassa M. for his fight for equal human rights for refugees in Germany.
It is helpful for refugees and Germans!
The police operation in Ellwangen was obviously politically motivated to right-wing, anti-refugee
To show the mood of the population, we act. That doing human rights by the police with feet
were kicked was accepted. It was a political signal.
The court hearing must now also set this:
That refugees in Germany must be treated like human beings!Von Doris Hensinger from Stuttgart – active in SES
We send you our warmest solidarity greetings from Duisburg and wish you every success in your process
against the state of Baden-Württemberg. In reality, this process is not only aimed at them
State government of Baden-Württemberg, but against the whole reactionary refugee policy
federal government and the EU. That is why it is of national importance and we are proud to
to have such a brave comrade-in-arms like you.
Today we have a beautiful, powerful and colorful solidarity campaign at the city hall in Duisburg-Hamborn
carried out, publicized your "case" and also many other examples about the reactionary refugee policy,
but also heard about the growing resistance to it.
The report about a nearby refugee hostel that has become a corona hotspot and from the
When the city of Duisburg was cordoned off with site fences and security services, we spontaneously took the opportunity to go single file
with flags and placards to undertake this dormitory. There we could see the imprisoned refugees
express our solidarity from a distance. We presented to them our demand that all refugee hostels
must be evacuated immediately and the residents humanely and corona-friendly in vacant apartments
or hotels must be accommodated. At the end we sang the beautiful song "Bella Ciao" to them,
which was applauded by some residents at the windows and also by the security guard.
So all in all a nice action that was an important step, the tightening of the reactionary refugee policy
not to continue to be kept secret under the guise of Corona, but to bring it to the public.
So, dear Alassa, good luck tomorrow for you and for all of us in a victory in the lawsuit against the state of Baden-Württemberg!By Bärbel Esser from the local board of SI Duisburg eV
Stand by me Lesvos stands by Alassa Mfouapon, defending his rights as a human being and as a refugee.
Passing by the island of Lesvos and having experienced the loss of his loved ones, he still continues to stand
with dignity in the new country where he stays now.
Alassa Mfouapon has a life story to tell with many problems, farewells and separations.
During his trip to Lesvos he experienced the worse night are any person and parent can experience:
he saw his child lost in the sea and drowning. He saw the loss of life in until most beloved person, his child.
However, with dignity and a lot of effort he continued to live in the difficult conditions of Lesvos and
continued his journey to Germany.
Alassa Mfouapon is an example for all of us, demanding better living conditions, with respect for the individual
and social rights. Stand by me Lesvos can only stand by him, listen to him and support him, as it does in every
life story that respectfully claims a better future for all of us.
Stand by me Lesvos fights for the safe and dignified lives of refugees and accuses anyone who puts their lives
in danger, whether they are slave traders, the army, states or the European Union.
We fight for no more stories like Alassa Mfouapon.
Stand by me LesvosOf of the non-profit company Stand by me Lesvos