Sept. 21:
at Dutch-German Border

Solidarity With RADIKAL!

A call has been issued for a solidarity rally this Saturday, September 21st, on the Dutch-German border. The banned publication 'Radikal' will be openly sold at the rally to protest the German government's Internet censorship.

Since August of this year, an investigation has been underway by German federal police against "unknown persons" for spreading Radikal wordlwide via the Internet. These comrades are being investigated under Paragraphs 129a, 140, and 130 of the German penal code.

Radikal was first put onto the Internet by the Amsterdam-based Solidaritygroup Political Prisoners (SPG). In December 1995, SPG stated the following: "We have decided to take this action to show solidarity with the persons being charged in the so-called Radikal Trial. We seek to promote the free and uncensored discussion between leftist groups and persons, without interference by the German state."

Germany has blocked Internet access to the Dutch provider XS4ALL, where Radikal has a homepage on the Web. To protest this censorship, some 40 mirror sites have since been created.

The rally on September 21st is designed to draw attention to the German government's attempted censorship of the Radikal and the Internet. The rally will also express solidarity for all those charged in the Radikal Trial, especially with Glosch who is still in jail and with Mattes who is still on the run.

For more info on the rally, contact

Solidarity With RADIKAL!
Mattes - Don't Let Them Catch You!
Drop The Charges Against RADIKAL!

Create One, Two, Many RADIKAL Mirror Sites!!

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