Berlin, October 16.12.2022, 8, 30:XNUMX a.m – Supporters of the last generation are blocking Spandauer Damm this morning. They hold portraits of the nine people still imprisoned in Munich in their hands. The Last Generation announces further actions.
After the Berlin MPs failed to give them answers yesterday, as seen in a published video, today the peaceful citizens are once again demanding honesty and initial protective measures in the climate emergency.
Johanna Höhn explained: "Today I'm sitting here on the Spandauer Damm and blocking car traffic here because we are racing unchecked into climate catastrophe and that and the government's concealment of this fact scare me enormously. The government itself is fulfilling its obligation to protect its own population Request by the Federal Constitutional Court not after. We have a right to answers – instead of prison!"
Aimee van Baalen, speaker of the Last Generation invites you to an action tomorrow, 14 p.m., at the remains of the Wall at Potsdamer Platz in Berlin: “It is long overdue for us citizens to come together and resist climate injustice here and around the world. On Saturday we invite everyone to come to our blockades. Civil resistance is the most effective method we have left if we are determined to join many in the streets. Anyone can come by and show solidarity. Anyone can join in. Glue is provided! "
speaker Aimee van Baalen emphasized: “The federal government is not providing answers to the climate emergency. Instead, the government stands by as people who highlight this failure in the climate crisis and peacefully protest for our survival are locked up and treated like a criminal gang. Meanwhile, our peaceful resolve is growing stronger because we see that even house searches and prison cannot break the outpouring of support and solidarity with us."
The last generation also draws this self-confidence from a great wave of solidarity. In numerous articles, statements and open letters, individuals, groups and associations across Germany condemn the government's handling of its responsibility in the approaching catastrophe and the criminalization of the last generation. 
Thomas Beschorner, Director of the Institute for Business Ethics at the University of St. Gallen in Switzerland summarized in time why the protest is necessary"Everything is not okay in our order”.
In the face of the greatest danger that humanity has ever faced, we cannot accept this situation without resistance.
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