Anti-government, anti-Ukrainian Protests Take Place in Cologne, Germany

ER Editor: And Magdeburg —


Prague in the Republice Czech, Kassel in Germany. Cologne has also just seen protests against the entire war in Ukraine / sanctions against Russia / no/costly energy at home scenario. Here are some tweets:

Under the #Cologne hashtag, it’s easy to find tweets calling these protestors Russian terrorists.

Reminder: Nord Stream 2 pipeline, that was constructed on Merkel’s insistence and finished last September, could be simply TURNED ON.


Anti-government and anti-Ukrainian protests take place in Cologne, Germany


Protesters do not agree with the policy of the authorities supporting Kyiv

A mass procession from the Cologne Cathedral through the streets of the city is taking place today (ER: Sept.4) in Germany. Thousands of people with Russian and German flags march along the main streets of the city to the sound of drums in solidarity with Russia and condemnation of the government’s policy of supporting Kyiv. 

Also, the protesters carry posters with the slogans “Together we are strong!” , “We are democratic resistance to the disastrous policies of the old parties! “, “Nord Stream-2 instead of a gas surcharge!”, “Away with harmful sanctions”, “Against the expansion of NATO to the east! “. Demonstrations of solidarity with Russia are trying to prevent Ukrainian activists, but the local police still control the order.

The day before, a similar demonstration took place in Prague, where the protesters demanded that the authorities introduce a policy of neutrality and ensure gas supplies to the country from Russia. Anti-government actions also took place yesterday in Paris, where protesters demanded the resignation of President Emmanuel Macron for the fact that the government “does not think about the well-being of its citizens.”

Readovka previously wrote that protests continue in the Netherlands.




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