Wednesday, February 06, 2013

International Tribunal vs. the Federal Republic of Germany

International Tribunal vs the Federal Republic of Germany

Unite against Colonial Injustice and human rights abuses 13-06-2013

During the last 20 years, the Refugees have been fighting against all kind of human rights abuses in Germany. The situation of the Refugees in this country got worse especially after the racist laws of 1993, these laws crashed all what have been left from 'respect' to the rights of Refugees and more important to the right of any one' right to submit an application of asylum in Germany.

The German system keeping shining its picture around the world through its dirty propaganda. The 'Asylum laws' have shocked me and my wife the day we arrived in Germany as refugees, the racist behaviours and looks of the officers and the administrators were all to blame us for fleeing to Germany. Moving from one lager to another, made us discovering more how are refugees treated in Germany, the letters of deportation were coming and still coming and watching other refugees getting deported made our life a horror, and put other refugees under a huge pressure, many of them saw that making an end to their lives is the only solution to end the sufferance, others are psychologically crashed.

Germany took our right to move freely by Residenzpflicht, took our dignity by giving us Gutscheine instead of cash money, took our freedom by obliging us living in a lager made looking like a prison (ex-Lager in Zella-Mehlis), total Isolation from life. The system make us looking guilty by criminalising us everywhere through the police racist controls, on the streets, in the trains and stations... because we don't look German. The charge is being a Refugee in Germany.

Joining the Voice Refugee Forum in 2010, and working together with the Break-Isolation Network, the Caravan for Rights of the Refugees and Migrants, gave me a chance to defend my rights as refugees, many strong and successful events took place since then but The Tribunal in June 2013 is chance for me and for every refugee to have the right to say ''Enough... The Colonial Injustice must Stop Now''.

Therefore, I appeal to all Refugees in Germany to join us in Berlin, 13 June 2013 to say NO to the human rights abuses and being an Active by taking part in the Tribunal against the Bundesrepublik Deutschland.

Miloud L Cherif
The VOICE Refugee Forum - Meiningen


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