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10,000 NRW police officers are learning how to remove climate adhesive from the street



Dusseldorf – NRW is arming itself against climate liver!

Over the next few days, more than 10,000 police officers are to learn how to get their hands stuck off the asphalt on the streets. This is reported by the Ministry of the Interior.

So far, there have only been a few officials who have been deployed nationwide for this purpose. According to the ministry, the duration of the deployment should be “significantly shortened” and the danger to road users reduced.

A statement on Wednesday said: “The necessary skills will be taught to the more than 10,000 police officers as part of mandatory digital training starting this week.” All patrol officers and officers from hundreds of sheep are to be trained.

NRW Minister of the Interior Herbert Reul (70, CDU) condemns the methods of climate glue

Photo: Federico Gambarini/dpa


“We get the climate stickers off the street – quickly, efficiently and directly,” Interior Minister Herbert Reul (70, CDU) told the German Press Agency on Wednesday. “We have many legitimate forms of protest in our country. And that’s just as well. But sticking to the streets and trying to paralyze public life for hours is not part of it.”

The minister emphasized: “With this form of protest, activists only achieve dissatisfaction and anger. That doesn’t help the project itself. This illegitimate protest will now be stopped.” (dpa)

Source: Asia Times

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