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Merkel tried to stop Berlin protest, she failed. It was a massive turnout

Via The BBC (https://www.bbc.com/news/world-europe-53959552)…

Some 38,000 people took to the streets in the city for mostly peaceful demonstrations.

Later hundreds of protesters, many from the far right, tried to storm the Reichstag, the home of Germany’s federal parliament.

A number of people were arrested and German politicians condemned the attack as “shameful” and “unacceptable”.

Some of those involved had insignia from the far-right Reichsbürger (Reich Citizens) movement. Vice Chancellor Olaf Scholz said: “Nazi symbols as well as Reichsbürger and Imperial German flags have no place in the German Bundestag.”

Earlier some 200 people were arrested at one rally, which the authorities blamed on right-wing agitators who were said to have thrown stones and bottles.

Rallies protesting against coronavirus restrictions took place in other European cities with some demonstrators calling the virus a hoax.

Thousands gathered in London’s Trafalgar Square to protest against issues including coronavirus restrictions and 5G. Signs reading “masks are muzzles” and “new normal = new fascism” were held up.

Similar protests took place in Paris, Vienna and Zurich.

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Dave Robson
Dave Robson
August 30, 2020

Being from the area that was supposed to have had the highest numbers of deaths per 100 thousand of people in the UK. You would of thought a 54 Yr old who’d lived in this area all of my life would have at least known someone who has had this virus. Yet me & my circle of friends who I grew up with, who still all live in the very same area. Don’t know a single person who has supposedly had this virus. Never mind anyone who has died from it. I’ve not spent one single day in lockdown, I’ve… Read more »

Esther Schmeer
Esther Schmeer
Reply to  Dave Robson
August 31, 2020

The following numbers from a Twitter post, pertain to the US, but it can be expected that other countries have similar tendencies. In fact, the stats issued by ISS Italy National Health Institute, Mar 17/20 sample, fit this pattern. Unfortunately, images cannot be attached here.“CDC has updated Covid number to admit only SIX PERCENT of all the 153,504 deaths recorded actually died from Covid. That’s 9,210 deaths. 94% had 2-3 other serious illnesses & overwhelming majority were of advanced age. CDC has quietly updated Covid number to admit only SIX PERCENT of all the 153,504 deaths recorded actually died from… Read more »

Fitzpons
Fitzpons
August 30, 2020

It is interesting that the BBC felt they had to cover the Berlin protest – maybe because of the presence of Robert Kennedy – but completely ignored a big rally in Trafalgar Square the same day. It seems it’s far easier to smear foreigners than those too close to home, where too many people would realise what they were doing, so best just to ignore it.

Pam
Pam
August 30, 2020

Why the Beeb? Why not post Robert F. Kennedy Jr’s speech? Weird choice. He specifically looks into the audience and sees a selection of people and flags. As he says, it’s the MSM who are looking for the far-right themes.

Stephan Nossol
Stephan Nossol
August 31, 2020

hi, at first thank you SO much , that you reported, what happened within Berlin. On our german 8pm msm news show they did NOT say the number of protesters within Berlin, BUT they said the protests were a wide front of people, and the pointed out several times, that there also were members of alt-right parties, and members of AfD, too. (I personally do not really understand ,why there should be a problem, cause the right of free speech is not only for people of the same opinion i have and the protests were peaceful…) It is disgusting in… Read more »

Josh C
Josh C
Reply to  Stephan Nossol
August 31, 2020

Well said. I lived in Germany last year and was shocked by the degeneracy and the political situation. I feel sorry for the sane Germans, who are not exactly a majority.

Esther Schmeer
Esther Schmeer
August 31, 2020

The link mentioned in my earlier post is (presently) not working. The following link says, under Comorbidities:

“Table 3 shows the types of health conditions and contributing causes mentioned in conjunction with deaths involving coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19). For 6% of the deaths, COVID-19 was the only cause mentioned. For deaths with conditions or causes in addition to COVID-19, on average, there were 2.6 additional conditions or causes per death. The number of deaths with each condition or cause is shown for all deaths and by age groups.
https://www.cdc.gov/nchs/nvss/vsrr/covid_weekly/index.htm

Paul Martin
Paul Martin
September 1, 2020

WOW. I am currently not seeing ANYthing on or from Berlin in my various feeds — Facebook, Twitter, YT, even Parler! Nothing on RT either. Come on people, get onto the non-censored platforms — Parler, Telegram, Bitchute… I did see happen to see this, on a FB share: “BERLIN NOW: They seem to be deleting Twitter messages from people reporting on what’s happening in Berlin. My messages at least were deleted and I have account restriction (I can’t read notifications or messages and I don’t have or plan to have troll accounts), maybe I’ll keep trying, so I inform you… Read more »

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