In Berlin, several opponents of the political crown from the federal and state governments took to the streets again this Sunday from 12 noon. 5000 participants registered for the demonstration in Prenzlauer Berg, known as the “silent march”.
Around 12.30pm, however, about 400 people arrived at the beginning of the demonstration on Bornholmer Bridge. The police suspect currently about 1,000 participants and around a hundred of them antidiadilotes spokesman said.
The train has now arrived at Alexanderstrasse. The demo is supposed to end there at 4 p.m. Most of the participants wear masks and keep their distance. Police wrote on Twitter that was in service for current protests with about 600 officers. The Tagesspiegel reporter on the websites reports a strong police presence in the neighborhood around Schönhauser Allee. There are also mass protests by residents against the protesters. On Bornholmer Strasse and Schönhauser Allee, residents played in pots to disrupt the protest. Loud concerts and horns are heard.
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At the corner of Schönhauser Strasse and Bornholmer Strasse, about 200 protesters are stationed behind a barricade. “Shame on you!” is on a banner. The protesters are made up of locals, some with children, and sections of the left; the black bloc is also visible.
While protesters marching on the road, the antidiadilotes located on the sidewalk. They are separated only by a series of parked cars.
According to a police spokesman, there were isolated temporary arrests because protesters took to the streets to block the protest. However, they were stopped immediately by the police.
Participants want to “speak” and “protect the basic law”
Protesters demand with a poster: “We must speak”. Because you have to sit at a table together, explains one participant in the so-called silent procession. It is now a matter of “protecting the basic law,” says the protester. In any case, the crown measures are “scientific nonsense”. When asked what he thinks about the fact that Reich citizens and right-wing extremists are also taking part in these demos, the protester replied: “There are always people who want disorder, but should we not take to the streets because of it?”
One resident sees it differently: He is frustrated that “so many people are following stupid slogans,” says a man standing with a poster on the side of the road. There are significantly more protesters than Corona skeptics on the site.
There are similar calls for anti-crown demonstrations in several German cities, including Eberswalde and Cottbus. The instigators therefore aim for peaceful demonstrations.
The requirements include more self-reliance to fight the pandemic, fewer restrictions by government regulations and a waiver of vaccinations. The instigators speak of “permanent fear campaigns” and doubt that science on the subject of the Crown operates independently of the government.
The demonstration ends at 4 p.m. in Alexanderstrasse
There was a similar elevator at the Kurfürstendamm in October. Proponents of her case have been working to make the actual transcript of this statement available online. They had already announced in advance that they would disturb the “silent course”.
The meeting point for the “Silent March Against Discrimination and for Human Rights” demonstration was S-Bahn’s Bornholmer Strasse station. The demonstration was carried out by one person. This had reduced the route on its own, according to police. It now leads over Schönhauser Allee, Danziger Strasse, Greifswalder Strasse and Otto-Braun-Strasse and ends at 4 p.m. at Alexanderstrasse, where the rally will take place. He should have led to the Big Star first.
On Wednesday, several thousand people protested against the crown policy at the Brandenburg Gate. There were 365 prejudices and 77 police officers were injured. (with dpa)