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PostPosted: Fri Jun 01, 2007 8:03 pm    Post subject: G8 Meeting in Germany June 2007 for dummies - one basic fact Reply with quote

G8 Meeting in Germany June 2007 for dummies - the one basic fact - explained worldwide first
1. The "ATTAC" Goup, which is sold by the Illuminati media as the people protesting against this meeting, is TOTALLY controlled by the Illuminati.

The first implication of this ONE basic fact: to get the illuminati agenda for this meeting you just need to understand what the official leaders of the protesters tell you that meeting is about.

(1) Illuminati's ATTAC
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PostPosted: Sat Jun 02, 2007 3:39 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote


More than 150 police hurt at G8

June 03, 2007 - Agence France-Presse

MORE than 150 police have been injured in violent clashes with protesters at a demonstration in northern Germany against next week's G8 summit, a police spokesman says.

Some of the injuries were serious, the spokesman said, after updating an earlier injured figure of 100.

Masked demonstrators hurled Molotov cocktails, stones and bottles at police as tens of thousands of people marched through the streets of Rostock, a port city near Heiligendamm where the Group of Eight leaders will gather for three days of talks from Wednesday.

Protesters overturned and set fire to several cars, an AFP reporter said.

Demonstrators from far-left groups resumed clashes with the police after earlier rioting had been brought under control.

Police said 20,000 people were taking part in the march, while the organisers - a collection of anti-globalisation and anti-poverty campaigners - put the figure at 80,000.

The Rostock demonstration kicks off a week of protests against the summit of the leaders of Britain, Canada, France, Germany, Italy, Japan, Russia and the US.

Climate change and aid to Africa are expected to be the main themes of the meeting.

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PostPosted: Sat Jun 02, 2007 5:52 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

"Masked demonstrators" - the core belong to the Police (agents provocateurs).

"MORE than 150 police have been injured" - the required justification for terrorizing thousands of peaceful protestors.
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PostPosted: Sat Jun 02, 2007 6:29 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Here is what the mouthpiece of the good burghers has to say- SPIEGEL ONLINE - June 2, 2007, 08:52 PM
URL: http://www.spiegel.de/international/germany/0,1518,486307,00.html

German City Rocked by Violent Riots
At least 146 police were injured and dozens arrested in the northern German city of Rostock on Saturday afternoon during a major protest in the run-up to Wednesday's G-8 summit in the nearby resort town of Heiligendamm.

Protestors and police clashed in the northern German port city of Rostock throughout Saturday afternoon in the run-up to next week's G-8 summit. News agencies reported that 146 police were injured, 25 seriously, in the melee between anarchists and left-wing radicals and the thousands of police amassed at the scene. Police in the city reported the arrests of 49 protesters suspected of violence.

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Police fired water cannons on violent activists as protestors torched cars in scenes reminiscent of the mass protests in the suburbs of Paris, France, just over a year and a half ago. By early evening, however, police reported that calm had been restored in Rostock.

Two planned marches in the city, which is located near the Baltic Sea resort Heiligendamm where the leaders of the world's seven largest economies plus Russia will meet on Wednesday, remained mostly peaceful. But a parallel event held by violence-prone activists from the Black Bloc at the city's port quickly exploded. Organizers of the event said that a police car parked in the middle of the protest area had riled fanatic protesters.

Anarchists set fire to cars and set up make-shift barricades using trash cans. In several parts of the city, full-on street battles raged between protesters and police, who were equipped with safety helmets and Billy clubs. According to media reports, protesters threw bottles, stones and Molotov cocktails at police and smashed the windows of police cars with bats in what resembled a complete orgy of violence. Officers responded by shooting water cannons and tear gas into the crowd.

Police estimate that about 2,000 anarchists descended on the city. They were greeted by 5,000 officers deployed to keep peace in Rostock.

'No Justification for Attacks on People'


Organizers of a peaceful protest in the city, which included performances by top German bands as part of a cultural program to complement the protest marches, quickly distanced themselves from the anarchists. "There is absolutely no justification for attacks against people," said Werner Rätz, an activist with Attac, one of the major mainstream groups that is critical of globalization and the G-8 summit. The riots in no way "represent our sentiments," he said.

Many of the tens of thousands who had come to Rostock for the peaceful protests fled the scene in panic. Dozens were arrested and long lines of ambulances waited to take injured protesters to nearby hospitals, most of them having suffered tear gas-related injuries.

As protesters set the first cars on fire, one speaker walked onto the protest stage and spoke for the militant scene. "We need to put a little bit of war into this protest," the demonstrator said. "We can't achieve anything with peaceful means." The speaker then evoked the spirit of the G-8 summit in Genoa, Italy in 2001, where militant protesters clashed for two days in bitter street battles with police. In the mayhem of the battles, police shot and killed the 20-year-old Italian protester Carlo Giuliani.

During Saturday's protests in Germany, police repeatedly stormed deep into the demonstration area, pulling out individual protesters. At times, protestors on the outer edges of the demonstration area closed in on police officers, completely circling them.

"The anarchists attacked anything that stood in their way, big or small," a police spokesperson said. They ripped stones out of the sidewalk, they destroyed parking ticket machines. Black smoke, scenes of chaos and the sirens of emergency vehicles filled the eastern German city.

Ultimately, though, the violent clashes between anarchists and police cast a dark shadow on the larger G-8 protests, which were mostly staged without any violence or hitches. Two protest marches started through the city at noon to protest the meeting of heads of government and state.

In additional developments on Saturday, security officials in Germany stopped one train filled with protesters from Hamburg to Rostock believed to be carrying left-wing radicals and anarchists.

Saturday's violent turn caught many off guard. The earlier part of the day had been noted for the paltry turnout of protesters. Organizers of the main peaceful demonstration estimated they had a turnout of 80,000 people, but police put that figure at a much lower 25,000.

Globalization critics from all over Germany and other parts of Europe had converged on the city, some coming in specially chartered trains and buses for the protest, held under the slogan, "Another world is possible." Organizers had called together an unusually broad coalition of G-8 critical groups that included environmental, development and church groups as well as the usual roster of anti-globalization blocs, including the European organization Attac, Germany's Left Party, which includes the successor party to the East German communists, as well as representatives of the Green Party. The groups are in Rostock to campaign for governments to make global trade policies more socially just, democratic and environmentally conscious.

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PostPosted: Sat Jun 02, 2007 8:05 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Found some video...





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PostPosted: Sat Jun 02, 2007 8:10 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

I saw the meme that these protesters were 'anarchists' in our local paper. Perhaps this is how they will be smeared rather than address the real issue of globalism and corporate fascism.

The article in question had an interview with a very articulate demonstrator but the headline used the anarchist tag in the headline thus planting the meme in anyone skimming the paper and not reading the article.
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PostPosted: Sat Jun 02, 2007 8:21 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

How long before the word used in the headline is "terrorist" instead of "anarchist"???

But the folks I'm listening to ain't buying it anymore, so it doesn't matter.
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PostPosted: Sat Jun 02, 2007 9:29 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

navari said: How long before the word used in the headline is "terrorist" instead of "anarchist"???

"When" is not as pertinent as "Where."

To be P.C., MSM uses "terrorist" SOUTH of the Mason-Dixon Line (39 degrees N.) .

NORTH of Mason-Dixon, "anarchist" or "soccer riot" are preferred.

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PostPosted: Sun Jun 03, 2007 1:29 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

And very short and spun from ABCIA news>


Protesters attack police after Rostock anti-G8 demo

Jun 2, 2007

ROSTOCK, Germany (Reuters) - Protesters threw stones and bottles and attacked police officers with sticks in the German port of Rostock on Saturday after a largely peaceful demonstration against next week's Group of Eight summit.

A group of demonstrators set upon police after a series of marches in the town. Reuters witnesses saw demonstrators throwing bottles and cobblestones at riot police, who fired tear gas in response. Several people were detained.

"There was a massive outbreak against police officers. Stones were thrown and they used sticks too," said a police spokeswoman. She could give no details on injuries or the number of people detained.

According to police around 20,000 people gathered in the Baltic port city to protest against the G8 summit in Heiligendamm on June 6-8. Police said around 500 potential troublemakers were among the crowd.

Copyright 2007 Reuters News Service. All rights reserved. This material may not be published, broadcast, rewritten, or redistributed. oops

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PostPosted: Sun Jun 03, 2007 2:08 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

This was actually before the demo...
Notice how police expected 100K people...but said afterward there were only 20K...

Protesters converge on German port for G8 demo

By Tom Armitage
Jun 2, 2007

ROSTOCK, Germany (Reuters) - Anti-globalization protesters converged on the Baltic port of Rostock on Saturday to demonstrate against the policies of the world's leading industrial countries ahead of a Group of Eight summit next week.

Police expect up to 100,000 demonstrators to pack the city and to attend 40 separate gatheringsplanned over the weekend in protest against the G8 summit to be hosted by German Chancellor Angela Merkel in nearby Heiligendamm.

"We expect a peaceful but politically charged atmosphere," said demo organizer Werner Raetz, as small groups of demonstrators gathered on the city's harbor front under grey skies for a day of rallies, concerts and speeches.

Ships decked out with Greenpeace banners sat in the harbor while demonstrators put finishing touches to a range of floats, including one with a giant inflatable pill calling for medicines for all and another featuring models of starving children.

Church groups, environmental activists, cultural societies and feminists will all take part in the demonstrations, joining traditional anti-G8 protesters who say globalization and capitalism perpetuate poverty in the developing world.

Organizers said makeshift camps on the outskirts of the harbor city, 200 km (120 miles) north of Berlin, had filled up overnight and that packed buses and trains, some from the south of Germany, were flooding into the renovated town.

There were no reports of trouble in Rostock overnight, but shopkeepers in the main commercial district took precautions against vandalism by boarding up storefronts.

The police presence in the town was noticeable and officers were monitoring arrivals to weed out potential troublemakers.

"We want to filter out those who are not interested in demonstrating but who have just come to go on the rampage," a police spokesman said.

Raetz said the stringent checks could anger protesters.

"What we do fear is the police's actions in the next few days could anger people to the extent that they do things which are not planned," he said.


And found this interesting indy site (i think Question )


You can play it w/English subtitles.

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PostPosted: Sun Jun 03, 2007 3:07 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

Along with g8-tv.org there's this german indy site with a choice of 4 languages incl.English (again can't tell how authentic it is) but there're more photos from Rostock. >>


Mission Statement
What is indymedia? / Principles

indymedia Germany is an independent and alternative Media network, made up of Media activists, engaged individuals and groups. It offers open, non-commercial reporting as well as background information to current social and political themes. Other alternative media projects should through this be supported by indymedia. indymedia Germany is part of the international Independent Media Centre network.

Stirring Washington radio pirate G-8 story (from website)
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