Anybody want to go to Heiligendamm?

May 5, 2007 at 3:55 pm 4 comments


While predicting the end of exploitive civilization (a welcome development) is a bit sanguine, we may as well try. Poor Knut, the cute polar bear cub has not only lost his mother, but is now to be exploited by the mother$@%#^* 33rd G8.

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  • 1. anaj  |  May 5, 2007 at 11:09 pm

    Hey, I’ll be in Berlin on th 8th! I’m sure there’ll be demonstrations as well. Attac is pretty media, web 2.0 savvy, huh? Very nice.

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  • 2. skunkcabbage  |  May 6, 2007 at 12:26 am

    Attac seems very web 2.0 savvy, really quite sharp. One advantage of leftist politics is that we’re simply sexier than the right. I didn’t know until today that the G8 was headed your way. If you attend any of the demonstrations I hope you’ll take pictures!! Wish I had the funds to visit myself. I imagine German prisons are lovely in the spring. 😉

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  • 3. anaj  |  May 6, 2007 at 10:18 am

    The German detainment industry is in the process of being privatized, so definitely worthwhile checking out. Right now, I am roughly a 1000km train ride away from Heiligendamm (which is a distance that us Old Europeans consider almost out of sight, out of mind). And Berlin should be between 100 and 200k away from H. – but what I can probably expect is that everybody is returning to B. on Friday 8th. I’ll have my camera ready!

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  • 4. skunkcabbage  |  May 6, 2007 at 5:34 pm

    That’s great, thanks! In the US we go 1000m to find a Starbucks, or if you’re like me, 2000m to find something fair trade.

    But seriously, the G8 loves these remote cities where there’s less chance of the crowds a more central location would draw. The next meeting is scheduled to be held in Atlantis.

    Should tell the master class something when they need to hide to have a meeting. It certainly tells the rest of us all we need to know about whose interests they represent.

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