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Demo against corona measures dissolved: "089 Querdenker" speakers wanted to circumvent requirements with the help of a trick 


10,000 people were at the last Corona demo in Munich - many of them without a mask. Today “lateral thinking 089” demonstrates again on the Theresienwiese.

10,000 people were at the last Corona demo in Munich - many of them without a mask.

Today “lateral thinking 089” demonstrates again on the Theresienwiese.

  • For November 1st, the initiative

    "lateral thinking 089" has

    again registered a

    corona demo

    in Munich.

  • Already on September 12th, around

    10,000 people

    demonstrated against the conditions

    on the



  • Now a trick is supposed to help against the city's strict requirements: the organizers want to hold the demo as a church service.

Update from November 1, 10:32 p.m.:


large demo

in Munich against the

corona measures

had to be



by the





Although the organizers announced that there would be no rally but a church service, such was neither announced nor accompanied by a

hygiene concept

, according to the Munich police.

Today we are on duty with a total of around 1000 officers.

- Police Munich (@PolizeiMuenchen) November 1, 2020

When the event turned more and more into a

loud concert

, especially in terms of volume (All Saints' Day is a silent holiday), the police finally intervened.

Since the organizer did not show understanding, the event had to be ended, so the police.

For a short time,

1,900 people took

part in the event of the

“lateral thinking 089”



Some of them violated the

mask requirement

, there were occasional reports.

Update from November 1, 4:59 p.m .:

"This is not about freedom of assembly, this is about a church service," said a particularly shrewd speaker on the


on Sunday

before he called on the participants in the Munich demonstration against the corona measures to pray to him.

Why do the organizers of the

Munich demonstration

against the Corona measures

want to turn

their rally into a



Quite simply,

there is

no maximum number of participants for

outdoor church services




According to the

police in Munich

, everything remained peaceful at the beginning of the demonstration, around 1,700 people had already gathered on the Theresienwiese.

Crosses, coffins with wreaths of flowers and Germany flags were set up

on the stage, where

TV priest Jürgen Fliege

was also expected to speak

Update from the # Theresienwiese. # Muc0111 #Muenchen

- Marc Kniepkamp (@MK_Muc) November 1, 2020

Most recently, the organizers of the

“lateral thinking 089” initiative


when attempting to


5000 demonstrators


Two courts upheld the city's restrictions on

1,000 participants



Update from November 1, 2:55 p.m

.: Even one instance higher did not bring the lateral thinkers anything.

The Bavarian Administrative Court (VGH) has confirmed the requirements of the city of Munich for a demonstration against the Corona measures on Sunday.

This means that the following still applies: only 1000 demonstrators, only on the Theresienwiese and it will end at 9 p.m. at the latest.

Jürgen Fliege is allowed to come anyway.

Update from November 1st:

Under strict conditions, up to 1000 “lateral thinkers” will protest on Theresienwiese today.

Among other things, ex-TV pastor

Jürgen Fliege has

announced that he will be a speaker.

The demo should go from 4.30 p.m. and no later than 9 p.m.

Update from October 31, 10:45 p.m.:


Munich Administrative

Court has


urgent requests from opponents of the Corona measures against the city's requirements for the


planned on Sunday


The court announced this late on Saturday evening.

The alliance "

lateral thinking 089

" went to court to lift the limit of 1000 participants at the demonstration on Sunday, but was unsuccessful.

Corona demo in Munich: administrative court rejects urgent applications

"If the number of participants exceeds 1000, a

violation of the applicable infection protection measures is to be expected,

" the court decided.

In addition, the administrative court confirmed the decision of the state capital that a

mask requirement


to the participants

as well as the prohibition of the feeder meeting between Königsplatz and Theresienwiese.

The alliance can lodge a complaint with the Bavarian Administrative Court against the resolutions.

Update from October 30th, 6:07 p.m

.: The


planned on Sunday

against the Corona rules

(see original



may only

take place


strict conditions



district administration department (KVR)

limited the requested number of participants on the Wiesn site from






star march to the



by the organizers

“lateral thinking 089”

was prohibited.

Stationary demos with 200 participants each are permitted

at four





on the Wiesn site is scheduled to





The leader of the meeting, a

retired police officer

, was rejected by the city because he had repeatedly


the validity of the

Basic Law


The "lateral thinkers" want to have the restrictions checked in court.

The administrative court will rule on any

urgent motion

on Saturday


In comparable cases, the judiciary had confirmed the city's position.

Only in September did the Administrative Court lift the restriction on the number of participants.

At that time the infection rate was still



After the lockdown announcement: Thousands of participants in the Corona demo in Munich?

Police are preparing for large-scale operations

Original report from October 29th

: Munich - From Monday


* will be back in

lockdown mode


Prime Minister

Markus Söder (CSU)

even wants to declare a


for Bavaria.

That doesn't suit everyone.

The initiative

“lateral thinking 089”

is planning a demonstration against the

Corona measures

on Sunday


A star march is planned that will start at

2:30 p.m.

from Karlsplatz, Königsplatz, Wittelsbacherplatz, Stadelheimer Straße, Sendlinger Tor and Sendlinger Park.


large rally is


take place

on the



4 p.m.

TV pastor

Jürgen Fliege

, presenter

Nana Domena Lifestyler

, lawyers

Markus Haintz


Ralf Ludwig

and lateral thinking founder

Michael Ballweg have been


as speakers


The final demo on Theresienwiese for

5000 participants is registered


Corona demo in Munich: Last time the KVR only allowed 1000 participants

However, the size of the demonstration has not yet been determined.


district administration department (KVR)

does not want to make a decision until Friday.

A KVR spokesman said on Thursday: "The usual cooperation talks are underway." Which will probably not bring a satisfactory result for the lateral thinkers ...

On their Facebook page it was already read on Thursday: “This time, too, the KVR would like to reduce the number of participants.” The regulatory authority only admitted 1000 people at the last demo in mid-September.

The restriction was then


by the Bavarian Administrative


in the

second instance



10,000 people


on the Theresienwiese

on September 12

to demonstrate

against the

Corona *



Many of them did not wear a



More about the Corona demo in Munich in September in the video:

Corona demo in Munich: A decision by the judiciary is likely


is very likely

that the

judiciary will have

the final say

this time


"We will go to the courts again and claim our basic rights," announce the organizers.

The lateral thinking initiative campaigns for an end to the Corona emergency and “the full restoration of basic rights”.

There is "no plausible reason to continue to scare people".

For Sunday, the lateral thinkers call for funeral marches "in silent memory of our beloved Basic Law".

The announcement for the demo states: "We ask everyone to wear appropriate mourning clothing and bring a grave light."

The police are preparing for a major operation on Sunday.

1,500 officers were called up in September.

* belongs to the Ippen-Digital editorial network.

Source: merkur

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