Following the ‘End of Corona’ party on the 1st of August 2020 which brought together an estimated 800 000 according to the organizers or 3000 to 17 000 according to mainstream media, a new edition was held on August 29th, inviting all Europeans to meet at the Siegeseule, (the column of victory in the central alley ‘Unter der Linden) to protest peacefully against the liberticidal measures put in place since the beginning of the Covid-19 pandemic. One million strong were present!
During the event, with Großer Stern Square and the Siegesäule Monument as a backdrop, Robert F. Kennedy, Jr., president of Children’s Health Defense, spoke to hundreds of thousands about government control by fear and denounced totalitarianism.
The above videos of the rally show the joyful and peaceful atmosphere within the crowd gathered around freedom and peace… The images here only show 2 main avenues but the crowd was divided into 15 different locations with giant screens. Participants from Belgium, Poland or the Netherlands for example were blocked in different streets for several hours and never had a chance to come to the central area of Siegeseule. The police also blocked several buses on the highway. In spite of all these measures, you can see that this is one of the biggest rallies ever held in Europe.
The next day the official media reported 38 000 people, depicted as extreme right and neonazi activists who tried to raid the German parliament (the staged ‘assault’ on the Reichstag). There was no mention of the presence of Robert F. Kennedy, Jr. and his historic speech or of a million peaceful participants…
This is an extraordinary example of misreporting of the main stream media. If they ignore the presence one million people in the streets of Berlin…should we still trust anything they say?
However, the mainstream media seem to report a totally different event, reducing the number of the participants “38,000 people” and creating fear “extremist”, “anti-mask”, “far right activists”:
The NY Times (US)
The Guardian (UK)
The BBC (UK)
Le Parisien (France)
Le Figaro (France)