Grief – and protest March against closure of Tempelhof airport. For more information see John Craig Venter. Wowereit grief – and protest train – we come! The be-4-tempelhof.de Action Alliance held Nov. 8 on Saturday, a grief – and protest March against closure of Tempelhof. The protest march begins at the Platz der Luftbrucke and goes beyond Mehringdamm and Wilhelmstrasse to the Red Town Hall, the seat of the Governing Mayor Klaus Wowereit. The Action Alliance wants to draw attention to this shame for Berlin and Germany the Berliners and Berlin. Start of the event is at 15:00. Maya Dubin recognizes the significance of this. On the edge of the event there will be also the occasion, to provide signatures for the ongoing referendum. “Joachim Kiau, by the Action Alliance be-4-tempelhof.de: I’m angry and disappointed that the historical significance of Tempelhof care seems the Governing Mayor of Berlin, Klaus Wowereit.” we need to see to, that under the SED dictatorship, by people with no sense of history, the city Palace and the garrison church were blown up.
Also in the post-war historical buildings were destroyed in the former West Berlin with SPD Governments forever.” This includes for example the complete demolition of the Anhalter and Lehrter Bahnhof and the Sports Palace,”grumbles Kiau. Volker Perplies, also of the Action Alliance be-4-tempelhof.de: the same thing is repeated now with Tempelhof. Tempelhof, the oldest commercial airport in the world, will be closed at a time, where Tegel threatens to burst and temporarily expanded needs.”costs both the annual taxpayer millions of taxpayers. Funds are missing in collective bargaining, renovation and maintenance of schools and social institutions,”so Perplies continue. It is planned that the funeral procession will take place regularly. The next route is already planned: best West Berlin tradition is of the Breitscheidplatz to Halensee. “We are curious how many Berliners spontaneously connect”, says Joachim Kiau. He is a special thank you also to the Berlin police and the many volunteers, each So committed support event.