Common ground

  1. Our Goal
    Our common goal is a global change in society. We want an anti-authoritarian, anarchist society of free and equals. To reach this, we organize ourselves locally and hope that similar local organizations will arise worldwide. With other groups, we want to exchange ideas and experiences to share our view of the world and learn from each other.
  2. Our Structure
    Within our group, we organize ourselves on an equal basis as a community of individuals. We want to meet on an equal footing and reject domination and paternalism. Our group is open to all* who agree with these principles, and we want to welcome all* according to their needs and help each other with everyday problems. We want to build up as much as possible from our own strength and not rely on state structures. This also applies to conflicts that we want to solve in discourse according to the principles of transformative justice and without cops.
  3. Our approach
    We see ourselves as a free and open association of people who implement their political work in the form of direct action. By direct action, we understand working on our problems independently of state and religious institutions. We want to question and rethink our way to solve problems as often as possible and necessary. The way we work on our goals should always remain changeable and creative and never become dogmatic and immutable.
  1. Our gender image
    We try to see people regardless of the sex ascribed to them. We do not want to reproduce gender images and gender roles in our group. We are aware that no human being is free from learned behavior practices. This means that we deal with our ways of behaving which are shaped by the patriarchal society. In our group, all people are welcome regardless of sex, gender identity, sexual preferences, and orientations.
  2. Our relation to ecology
    As human beings, we see ourselves as part of nature. From our point of view, the general fight against oppression only makes sense if we preserve or rather regain nature as an ecological livelihood. We believe that the fight for the environment cannot be fought individually, but must be worked on collectively to find alternatives to the existing economic system. We are aware of the fact that all people can only lead this struggle according to their means and are therefore subject to corresponding practical limitations.
  3. What we reject
    Our actions among ourselves and in our environment should reflect our rejection of capitalist, racist, authoritarian, and penalty logic. We reject a society that tries to get its problems under control by imprisoning or even executing people.
    That is why we want to question our actions in this regard and look for other solutions to problems and conflicts together.