“Russia Today” is providing live updates on the pre-G7 Summit protests in Bavaria. It will be interesting. I applaud the people of Germany for getting out there and letting the world leaders know that The People WILL be heard.
What began on June 4 as peaceful protests has already turned sour with clashes between protesters and police.“The protesters carried banners which read “Fight G7 for Revolution” and “G7 go to hell! I like Putin””
It still boggles my mind that the citizens of so many countries are actively protesting in their cities against intolerable austerity and bankster theft—but not in the USA—the main cabal stronghold; possibly in part because their corrupt corporate media won’t show them most if any of this activity by their brothers and sisters.
The current system on this planet is unsustainable and is at the bifurcation point. The wheels are falling off the world and revolution is imminent—and it won’t be long until it is visible to everyone—even in the USA.
We’ve had a false flag warning for the G7 already, so anything could happen at this point. Agent provocateurs are probably in the wings, waiting for their signal to turn a peaceful protest violent. Let us intend that peace reigns.
The cabal is treading on thin ice now, their grip on reality is tenuous, to say the least and the patience of our galactic guardians wears thin. We will see what unfolds in Bavaria this week. ~ BP
Protests against the G7 summit are growing in southern Germany with thousands expected to rally throughout Saturday against the gathering of seven world leaders in a luxury Bavarian hotel.
Use this link to view the videos and updates at RussiaToday.com
Here’s a sampling of their coverage with the most recent on top:
Saturday, June 615:17 GMT:
Police in Garmisch-Partenkirchen have told RT’s Peter Oliver that protesters used pepper spray against them. One officer had to receive medical treatment. At least one protester was seen carried away on a stretcher as well.
Police have used tear gas against anti-G7 protesters in the Bavarian town of Garmisch-Partenkirchen. At least one man was seen being detained, and several others were taken away by ambulances.
Police currently estimates the crowd at 2,000, and organizers say the number is twice as high.
Around 17,000 police have been deployed near the summit location, and 2,000 Austrian security forces supported them at the nearby border.
The protesters carried banners which read “Fight G7 for Revolution” and “G7 go to hell! I like Putin”, and gathered near the railway station at the foot of Germany’s highest peak.
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