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German Police Removed Helmets and Escorted Occupy Frankfurt Protesters

During the   May 19th Occupy Frankfurt protests , the German police showed what integrity and democ...

During the May 19th Occupy Frankfurt protests, the German police showed what integrity and democracy really mean. After removing their helmets, the policemen joined the "Blockupy" march.
According to the Washington Post

"At least 20,000 people held a major rally of the local Occupy movement in Frankfurt on Saturday to decry austerity measures affecting much of Europe, the dominance of banks, and what they call untamed capitalism.

The protesters peacefully filled the city center of continental Europe’s biggest financial hub on a warm and pleasant afternoon, said Frankfurt police spokesman Ruediger Regis. He said 20,000 people were there, while organizers put the number at 25,000.

The protest group, named Blockupy, has called for blocking access to the European Central Bank, which is located in Frankfurt’s business district.

Organizer spokesman Roland Seuss the protest is 'against the Europe-wide austerity dictate by the (creditor) troika of ECB, the EU Commission and the International Monetary Fund.'

'We are in solidarity with the people of Greece and other European countries who are already gravely suffering from (budget) cuts across the board which threaten their very existence,' Suess said.

'International resistance against the austerity imposed by troika and governments,' read one banner, followed by protesters waving Greek and Spanish flags. 'Break the bank’s power,' read another banner."

The Washington Post mentioned the Friday 18th temporary arrests, but made no reference to the integrity of the German policemen who peacefully escorted the Blockupy protesters. As a result of their actions, no violence and no arrests took place on Saturday. This is a great example that without undercover agents provocateurs and policemen breaking the constitutional right of public manifestation, the protesters are in fact acting peaceful and civilized.

The German police gave an example of morality, integrity and democracy. Some may not realize it, but this is a major step towards the decline of the banking elite and mankind's enslavement. We need to stand together (protesters, policemen, army men) against our common enemies: the enslaving "elites"!

The 1% can really fear us now!



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  1. Great. An example for police all over the world.

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  2. Beautiful, absolutely beautiful!
    Another example that by working together for a common goal, being mutually responsible for each other its the only way to achieve anything.
    Peace.

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  3. The german police did NOT join protesters, that widespread news is wrong.

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  4. http://truth_addict.blogspot.com/2012/05/breaking-lies-german-police-join.html

    Unfortunately, it was found to be untrue. I wish it were...as much as I wish the illusion of freedom weren't just that. An Illusion. Illu....hm...tea is the new koolade.

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    1. The pictures posted on that blog are not from Saturday 19th, but from Friday 18th.On Saturday, the German police peacefully escorted the Blockupy protesters on their route.

      Not joined them in their cause, only in their march towards the EU Central Bank. No violence and no arrests occurred on Saturday. It was a peaceful and beautiful protest, evidence that all protests could be civilized and peaceful. Unfortunately, when the police brakes the constitution and limits or blocks the right to protests and free speech, that's when the distress begins.

      Also, when undercover agent provocateurs attack the cops in order to make them arrest 1,000 more peaceful protesters, that's when the violence erupts.

      If the picture is not proving anything, then please watch the video. It's a clear depiction of Saturday's manifestations. From 1:40 onward, you can see a lot of policemen without helmets, walking side by side with the protesters.

      It's a great example, it's a good start!

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  5. So very slightly positive, yet still extremely suspect, I mean police are still police & they often forget that merely following orders is not a justification for their part in keeping the power structure in place. Society is sick & the system cannot be repaired or fixed, Police standing down, or refusing orders will only change things in a superficial short term way. Humans need to rebuild/reprogram themselves then consider what it means to have cities, societies, a means of trade & exchange, philosphy and education. We are slowly becomming aware at the same time civilisation is free fall collapsing. Interesting times

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  6. I read somewhere that the Frankfurt police issued a statement expressing its sympathy with the protest before the march. Is that true? And if it is, is that statement available?

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Please, be polite and bring arguments to your statements.

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