Gallery Danube Democracy Rally
Sitting at the airport of Budapest there is some time to look back. A great journey is coming to an end.
… in Vienna we prepared the ground for a good session about direct democracy.
Leaving Vienna by car…
Looking at this guy I understood that some saw the treaty of Versailles only as an armistice.
Participants of the day stand in line to cast their vote on the TTIP.
The car hast still to slow down, but the building is no longer in use. Free boarders.
here we enjoyed a silent moment.
A wasted opportunity
he published it together with Jost Verhulst. Our friends from Slovakia had some copies translated to their language.
Paprika and garlic is definitely like in Hungary. Being there I immediately had the wish to start cooking…
For Germans it is a strange feeling to do action so close to the Parliament building. At home we are forced to stay outside a wide zone called „Bannmeile“. But here we were able to get media attention.
Who is he aiming at?
Our action day raised a lot of media attention.
At some places signs of resistance against could be tracked…
At the end of the Second World War jews were killed in the city center and thrown into the Danube. They were forced to put their shoes of. To keep the memory about this horrible history alive metal shoes indicate the place where the crime happened.
We organized a self-initiated referendum: Passers-by were ask to give their opinion on the trade agreement secretly negotiated right now.
Paying in Budapest trained us to use mathematics.
is present 🙂
After an intensive debate on the General Assembly we celebrated – on the next day was a need for a decent breakfast.
A few meter besides the tourists corner the streets look less fancy.
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