120 decibel protest: activists enter #metoo-stage
21. February 2018
Monday, Berlin: Not far from the Kanzleramt, from where Angela Merkel reigns, some prominent women plan to do a panel discussion. The subject: #metoo and all the conventional issues of sex assaults. On the stage women like the Minister of Family, Katarina Barley, met up with Natalia Wörner, girlfriend of the Minister of Justice. First class women talking about their problems.
Obviously, there are things, they don’t like to talk about, like the increasing rate of sex assaults by migrants, which concerns more and more women in their everyday life. As a result, activists of 120dB joined the high-society-women on the stage and confronted both the celebrities and the audience with our clear message. The banner said: “We are the voice of the forgotten women”. This means, we are speaking for all the women, who don’t have the chance to talk about their experiences on stage. We are speaking for those, the upper class never would take care of.
But we talk about these problems and name the reasons for these problems. With banner, signposts and snippets from the news, the activists entered the stage to see, whether the panel discussion members want to talk about violence by migrants. Although the 120dB-girls offered a open discussion, both audience and organisers rejected the offering and continued living in their own echo chamber.
The 120dB-activists went out of the building, but not without leaving their turned on pocked alarms in the hall. For a few minutes everybody there could hear the sound of 120 decibel. This is the sound volume for our protest, which gives a voice to the forgotten victims. The sound volume against migrant violence.
This is only the first of many actions to go. We won’t be silent. Expect us.
Identitäre Bewegung Deutschland e.V.