We fund the plane of the Air Mission of the German civil society via crowdfunding. The aircraft Joachim 1 is already waiting at a German airport for its historical mission on the 28th of June 2016, which is made possible by you. You can even join the flight.
The CPB visited and took care of the passengers in Turkey. They are Syrians who have without a doubt the right for asylum (if they take the risk of the murderous way). We sent the passport data and the declaration of intent to the chancellery, the Department for Foreign Affairs, the Ministry of the Interior and the BAMF. As the first plane on behalf of the German civil society, the Joachim 1 will bring people in need on a safe route from Turkey to their loved ones in Germany. There is no political justification for people to be plundered by human traffickers for being either drowned or wade hundreds of kilometres afoot through the mud.
The summer of dying 2016 has dawned. There is no time to lose. Hundreds of thousands of people are drowning again on the Libyan coast. The deletion of a single paragraph in the German law can change this - and thereby still change the fate of Europe’s humanity. The ferry, which ferries from the Turkish mainland to Lesbos, costs less than 10 EUR. The human traffickers demand for the same route in deadly boats up to 2000 EUR. Responsible for this is the EU Directive 2001/51/EC.
If the federal government should provide against Joachim 1 (we take the event that no notice is given as a “No”), we are looking for refugees who are willing to let themselves eat on the 28th of June concerning to § 63 para. 3 from the residence law. We offer people in their desperation the opportunity to die for a higher goal. For this purpose we built an arena in the center of Berlin.
In the arena the gifts of the generous Turkish dictator are kept for celebrating the EU-Turkey deal: 4 Libyan tigers. A hyperreal Rome on the floor of the European empire. Come and gaze at the next bastion of a strong European Union: Unter den Linden 4, at the Gorki Theatre. Let the games begin.
A memorial for the victims of the Berlin Wall left the city’s government quarters to escape the commemoration festivities for the fall of the Berlin wall’s 25th anniversary to the borders of the European Union.