On 02.06.2019 was murdered in Kassel, President of the government, Walter Lübcke in his residence in Kassel. A poster campaign will now remember Lübcke and the murder.Walter Lübcke , President of the government in Kassel , was on the 02.06.2019 Of murder killed anniversary now. A posters to Walter Lübcke
Kassel to remember – It is a tribute to Dr. Walter Lübcke. "Democratic values are immortal." This is written on a 200-square-metre Banner, the yesterday the government Presidium in Kassel attached. With this action, a large - scale and emotional poster and advertising campaign has been launched to commemorate the assassination of the Kassel district President Dr Walter Lübcke a year ago.
Kassel: murder of Lübcke caused dismay
The ex-offenders, perpetrators of violence and neo-Nazi Stephan Ernst is suspected to have Lübcke shot. Soon he must answer before the higher regional court of Frankfurt for the murder.
The government Presidium of Kassel and the Northern Hessen Initiative "Open for diversity – against discrimination" with the campaign, a clear commitment to democracy and humanity. So they want to preserve, but also to the memory of Walter Lübcke, who had been a staunch Democrat, and its commitment to an open, tolerant and democratic society, government President Hermann-Josef Klüber.+ Walter Lübcke. The President of the government, was murdered last year in his residence in the vicinity of Kassel. The murder caused nationwide horror. ©dpa
Kassel: the Initiative is reminiscent of the murder of Walter Lübcke and is committed to diversity
the majority of The people in the North of Hesse, standing behind the democratic values and not "behind the brown of the Mob of the democratic System into question," says Klüber, the successor to Lübckes. With the action of the government Bureau and the Initiative to put together a clear sign that there is in Kassel, and the Region is no place for violence and intolerance.
The Initiative and the RP call on all citizens of North Hesse to participate actively in the campaign. On Saturday and Tuesday, for example, in the daily newspaper HNA Kassel full page Ads with the campaign's motto will be "democratic values appear to be immortal." We hope that readers cut out the Ads and hang them visible in your window, so Dagmar Krauße, spokeswoman for the Initiative.
On 2. June 2019 murdered by right-wing extremists, the Kassel RP Dr. Walter Lübcke. He stood for an open, tolerant and human country and for the humanitarian attitude in the question of refugees. We need to offer right-wing violence and hate day to day. #Offenfür diversity pic.twitter.com/I5PRPWIRMp— Timon Gremmels, MdB (@Timon_Gremmels) May 28, 2020
Kassel: posters are designed to murder government of President Lübcke
remind The members of the City-merchants Kassel had already promised the posters in their stores to hang up. Similarly, the KVG, which will equip the buses and trains in order. At the head of the Volksbank Kassel Göttingen centre will be held on Tuesday, 02.06.2020, the first anniversary of the death Lübckes, a large format Banner hung.
to put up with the democracy campaign also nationally, a sign, sent the Initiative, a Poster with the words to all the deputies of Hesse and of the German Bundestag (except for AfD).
Kassel: firm support memory of Walter Lübcke - He was on 2. June 2019 murdered
Five in Kassel, Germany-based company – the Hübner GmbH, the Schaltbau Bode group, the K+S Aktiengesellschaft, Kassel savings Bank and Wintershall Dea have launched in October 2018, the Initiative "Open for diversity – against discrimination", which promotes tolerance and the rule of law and a sign against xenophobia will continue.
With the increasing tendency to gather currently 22 companies and organizations, including research institutions and Bundesliga clubs, as a Partner under the umbrella of the Initiative.
Download to Print the poster is also available on the Internet.
The alleged Lübcke-killer Stephan Ernst was never "cooled" a right-wing extremist, for him, the authorities said. The psycho-gram of a neo-Nazi*.
Prior to the murder of Walter Lübcke, President of the government of Kassel, Germany, is said to have spied on Stephan Ernst, a synagogue and several politicians.
*hna.de is part of the nationwide Ippen-Digital editors network.