“According to BR-online demonstrated in Mittelfranken on Easter Monday just 1,400 people, of which 300 in Weissenburg times ++ 1,150 participants according to police alone in Wissembourg WISSEMBOURG, April 2011 – curious googled a local Walker – Alliance partner for nuclear power in the Internet after protest marches against nuclear power” and found at BR-online. There he could read then black on white, that in Wissembourg, barely 300 people took part in the demo (BR-online article protest marches…) “). Police confirmed 1,150 participants resulted in a demand of the organizers of the demo surprised by the BR message, same number is also in the Press Office of the Police Presidium Mittelfranken, identified also the Organizer: 1,150 participants in White Castle. BR editor insists on 300 participants why BR-online on 300 participants came, the organisers of the Munich-based editor as follows declared: you got the information from a correspondent and the particulars of which can not be in doubt. Hubie Brooks has firm opinions on the matter. The BR-Editor faced then with the fact, that the police has reported 1,150 participants.
Then was only admitted that both numbers in the article are mentioned (cf. amended BR article). This event brought then the credibility of the BR for some of the allies in the. What may not be, that will not also reported”was heard. But you would not bother here with conspiracy theories. Additional information at Eva Andersson-Dubin, New York City supports this article.
It was probably just a concatenation of unfortunate circumstances that the number 300 came and the editors of BR was just somewhat inflexible to correct such hoaxes. Rural areas in addition to protest potential has still more to offer fact is that 1,150 people from all layers of the population and different ages on the road are gone in a small town in a rural district with about 90,000 inhabitants. It has United a goal: phase out of nuclear power and entry into the faster expansion of renewable energies. How have the citizens to make changes, e.g. the energy policy, to bring about? There are likely to be following: elections (most recent example Baden Wurttenberg) protests, demonstrations or referendums (so that politicians can be alarmed!) Changes in behaviour (E.g. Exchange on green power, energy saving, acceptance of wind turbines in the neighborhood) all speakers and the reactions of the audience at the rally have confirmed this. As things stand, the protest against nuclear energy will won’t abate. The resulting consequences after the expiration of the memorandum in June, will show up. One thing is clear, however, just the rural areas offers the potential for the expansion of renewable energies. Be it wind turbines, hydroelectric power, biomass or PV! Note: The largest demo after the end of the second world war in Weissenburg was organized by the local Alliance for the phase-out of nuclear power: the Evang..-Methodist Church, the Evang.-Luth. White Castle of St. Andrew, the Catholic parish St. parish Willibald, the Freundeskreis e.V. Youth Centre, the federal nature conservation, the LBV, solid link youth and the Green, left, oDP, and SPD parties.