A protest March against the closure of Tempelhof and the Governing Mayor Klaus Wowereit again instead. So, a motto of a transparent on the first protest March in the be-4-tempelhof.de Alliance was last weekend. Also on Saturday, 15 November, a protest March against the closure of Tempelhof and the Governing Mayor Klaus Wowereit will take place again. Also this time, begins the protest March on the Platz der Luftbrucke and goes beyond the Kaiser-Wilhelm-Platz and main street to the Town Hall Schoneberg. “Andreas Donati of the Action Alliance be-4-tempelhof.de: Tempelhof was closed against all reason and while the funds for their restoration to annually approx. 10 million euro were cut in spite of impending decline of the Berlin school, the Berlin taxpayers must at the same time closing costs for Tempelhof bear, a total of 12 million euro amount.” simultaneously Berlin taxpayers must spend at least 50 million euro, which in Tempelhof to create deliberately destroyed capacities in Tegel and Schonefeld”, so Danny next.
Michael Paul, co-initiator of the Action Alliance: Red-red and the Berlin citizens in the run-up to the referendum have lied to Klaus Wowereit at the top. The closure were eliminated leaks, but new costs.” “The promised ‘colorful sea of Meadows’ in Tempelhof also no longer is. Instead the plans provide extensive residential and commercial areas, of which, especially the international real estate speculation also benefit at the expense of the taxpayer”says Paul. The Senate and Klaus Wowereit before the referendum have known all this and explains nevertheless always the opposite. The assertion of Wowereit, Tempelhof are endangering BBI, is demonstrably a false statement. Joachim Kiau, also action Alliance be-4-tempelhof.de: While we in Berlin airport Tempelhof close and a working resource and a perfect infrastructure intentionally destroy, the regional airports are expanded in Brandenburg, Germany. The spatial planning process for the expansion was initiated to 85 t take-off weight for Finow airport. And all despite of the BBI – the single-airport concept in the Berlin/Brandenburg regional development plan.” Start of the event is at 15:00.
On the edge of the event there will be also the occasion, to provide signatures for the ongoing referendum. Protest trains will take place at the coming weekends. In addition to the courtyard of the temple the Brandenburg Gate and the Kurfurstendamm are on the agenda. A special thanks also to the Berlin police and the many volunteers that support each event so engaged.