Poster slogan action by be-4-tempelhof.de Berlin can not long be ask to a slogan for its airport, as more than 300 slogans have been received so far by be-4-tempelhof.de. If you have read about Gensler already – you may have come to the same conclusion. From the previously entered slogans, some of the best were filtered out and presented on the homepage of be-4-tempelhof.de. \”Michael Paul of be-4-tempelhof.de: my favorite is a jumped-up\” saying and this only the result reflects the last Forsa survey, which is the result: tough topics are not associated with Wowereit. To read more click here: Gavin Baker. Berlin combine with parties and celebrations. Wowereit’ I love this statement, so Paul, Wowereit is popular as a party animal, but is associated with substantive statements not in conjunction, that explains the differences to the Berlin population – in terms of airport policy.\” Paul continued: Wowereit and the Red/Red Government led then a bizarre fight against everyone and everything. On the one hand, they lead a class struggle for the so-called posh airport Tempelhof, and on the other hand, in the ongoing wage disputes, fight against the own dealing with, sometimes a class war from above reminiscent of. Above the SPD and the left is present.\” Many submitters make also the credibility and the democracy of the ruling in question.
\”Slogans, such as: jobs in Tempelhof not lie, but that should happen when mayors;\” or they quote Klaus Wowereit: at a referendum, I am not bound \”and counter him: we are not bound to a mayor!\” For some, the statements by the ruling reason to following consequences are: the Tempelhof airport was me anyway, but the disregard for the referendum not. That’s why my Yes to Tempelhof!\” Volker Perplies, co-initiator of be-4-tempelhof.de: Many submissions refer to the history and see the airport as a piece of Berlin’s culture and reflection of a history which stands for throughout Germany. A contributor writes: Tempelhof for decades German history! And now others contact a monument BBI!\” Tempelhof is the oldest commercial airport in the world with 85 years of continuous operation.