The "dead" are coming
The German government’s worst nightmare is coming true: Over the next few days, refugees who drowned or starved to death at Europe’s external borders on their way to a new life, will be brought to Berlin. The aim is to tear down the walls surrounding Europe’s sense of compassion. Together with the victims’ relatives, we opened inhumane graves and exhumed the bodies. They are now on their way to Germany. Their relatives decided what will happen to them once they arrive.
This is where you will find out where exactly in Berlin the victims will appear. We will re-transform Europe into a continent of immigration. Please note that due to the explosive nature of the intervention, we will only announce the arrival of the bodies 6 hours in advance (especially bearing in mind the authority of the German Federal Police, Ministry of the Interior, Chancellery and Federal Border Guard). Please donate here for the transport and burial of the victims.
1st + 2nd victim Yesterday, Tuesday, 16 June 2015, 10am
Where? Berlin-Gatow Cemetary, Maximilian-Kolbe-Str. 6, 14089 BerlinWho? Muslim burial of two victims of Europe’s military isolation (mother and two-year-old child, drowned) We are expecting members of the Federal Ministry of the Interior’s Office for the EU’s external borders and Europe’s defense against refugees
“Not really, right?“
Yes! In light of the mass drowning in the Mediterranean, Germany’s Federal President Joachim Gauck said exactly one year ago: “The pictures of coffins in the hangars of Lampedusa airport do not fit to the image that Europeans have of themselves“. Nothings has happened since. Instead, the cemeteries at Europe’s external borders are filled to the brim. Looking at pictures is not enough, it seems.
We are now taking the problem to Germany where most important decisions against Europe’s humanity are taken.
Months of research at Europe’s external borders, cemeteries and looking for relatives lead to this one announcement: The victims are on their way to the German capital. We will welcome them. The victims’ last resting place must be our political unrest. The political turmoil caused by the intervention will have consequences far beyond the most powerful EU member state. What is more, we could stop the bureaucratic cruelty of a psychopathic Minister of the Interior.
Call for the March of the Determined
Even if we will be cautious when it comes to announcing exact dates: this Sunday we call on Europe’s civil society to gather in Berlin. Accompany the victims to the Federal Chancellery and lay the foundations for an unprecedented burial ground: a memorial for the victims of Europe’s military isolation under a grand arch that says To the unknown immigrants.
There aren’t enough cemeteries in Italy and Greece due to the vast amount of victims of Europe’s War of Defense. There is, however, still sufficient space right in front of the political decision-makers (a loophole in Berlin’s burial law makes it possible: this is why it was legal to bury resistance fighters under the Neue Wache Memorial).
Help and take part in the transformation of the Chancellery’s forecourt. Bring flowers, shovels, pickaxes or even jackhammers! Sunday, 21 June, 2 pm.
Starting point: Unter den Linden 4 next to the Neue Wache Memorial, Berlin.
The March of the Determined on 21 June 2015 will be headed by several excavators equipped with demolition hammers in order to transform the Chancellery’s forecourt into a Memorial for the victims of Europe’s military isolation.
The redesigned forecourt will have direct access to the Chancellery: the graveyard To the Unknown Immigrants. Chancellor, cabinet and visitors now literally have to walk over dead bodies.
This is how Europe is treating its victims
On 30 May 2015, the media reported the recovery of 17 victims. What they didn’t anticipate: this time we were prepared to keep track of what exactly happened to these victims. At first, they were placed into coffins for pictures at the harbour. Then they were put into garbage bags and thrown on top of each other in a cooling chamber in the Augusta hospital. Against all decency. These are pictures which you were never meant to see. The black puddle on the floor is the blood of 17 people. We will not show pictures of the interior of the cooling chamber. Those who want to see them will find them in the papers.
No-one was meant to see the victims
Sidiro, Greece: in August 2010, German activists discovered a mass grave with more than 200 bodies. Women, children and men who drowned while trying to cross the (at the time by German policemen) heavily guarded Greek-Turkish border. Even though the local government had ordered a cleansing and burial of the victims according to Muslim traditions, the undertaker buried the bodies along a sandy path in an area that is difficult to reach – where they lie to this day. Authorities later on turned the area into a burial ground.
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