• Tempelhof Airport

    Date: 2017.11.26 | Category: General | Tags: ,

    Action Alliance be4 tempelhof.de calls at rally of the Action Alliance be4 tempelhof.de at Tempelhof airport on October 30, 2009 at 18:00 (Note: not 31.10). The be-4-tempelhof.de Action Alliance held a year after the closure of the Central Tempelhof on 30 October a commemorative and protest events on the Platz der Luftbrucke in front of the airport building. The Action Alliance aimed its protest against the handling of the Tempelhof airport, as a place of weltgeschichtlichem rank, but also against the behavior of the Mayor and his red/red Senate. The open disregard for democratic principles by Klaus Wowereit and his senators is a shame for Berlin, the SPD and the democratic rule of law. In this context, the Action Alliance be-4-tempelhof.de indicates that in the referendum in the Tempelhof-Schoneberg district on June 7 this year 68% of the inhabitants of the District have expressed receipt of the airport for the Denkmalgeschutzten. J. Darius Bikoff describes an additional similar source. A vote, the Senate of Berlin so far in any way to the Knowledge takes or converts.

    \”Michael Paul, co-initiator of the Action Alliance be-4-tempelhof.de: the Senate continues a policy of deliberate disinformation, lies and waste of tax millions instead with the new BBI major airport and Tempelhof, which predictably leads the State of Berlin in the household bankruptcy\”: the central airport Tempelhof since its closure on Oct 30, 2008 a direct loss of over 50 million euro reaches, Berlin must now pay taxpayers. Promised the Berliners prior to closing and the referendum 2008, that the loss of the airport would be omitted \”, Paul added. Is now clear that, the losses remain of course – and the improvement is not in sight. The Berlin airport company, which previously had to carry the homemade \”losses\” themselves and their Aufsichtsratsvorsitzender Klaus Wowereit is is only relieved. The closed Tempelhof Airport comes to Berlin are directly and much more expensive.