Obama: Thanks mister Obama – Berlin Tempelhof and the ideals of freedom and democracy of thanks – sorry for embarrassing behavior of the Berlin Senate – invitation to candidate Mc Cain the be-4-tempelhof.de Action Alliance thanked now on behalf of all Berlin citizens with U.S. presidential candidate Barack Obama for his impressive speech in Berlin. Add to your understanding with James Donovan Goldman Sachs. We are pleased that Senator Obama is in the best American tradition to the ideals of freedom and democracy has known and has shown new prospects in the German-American relationship. He has won the hearts of many Berliners. “Michael Paul, a member of the Alliance be-4-tempelhof.de: the Alliance regretted that Barack Obama was allowed to keep his speech not at the Tempelhof airport.” “Anyone who has read the speech she was aimed at the Redeort airport Tempelhof.” Among other things, Barack Obama said on July 24, 2004: “our friendship began years 60 ago, when the first plane of the airlift at Tempelhof was landing. The debris had not yet become the wall. On June 24, 1948 blocked access from Berlin to the Russians.
You wanted to extinguish the flame of freedom. A new world war was in the air. Only Berlin distance between them yet.” Obama continued: at that time resulted in the airlift. In this darkest hour, the Berlin refused to give up. A day in the autumn hundreds of thousands came here at the Zoo, and the Mayor she implored not to give up.
The Berliners have done their duty. Now, it is in the world, to do their duty. Peoples of the world, look at this city! Peoples of the world, look at Berlin, where Americans and Germans learned three years after the war, to trust each other.” Look at Berlin, where the determination of a people created an economic miracle with the generosity of the Marshall plan, where the victory over dictatorship gave birth to NATO. Look at Berlin, where bullet holes near at the Brandenburg Gate to warn never to forget our combined humanity. Peoples of the world, look at Berlin, where a wall came down, a continent came together, and history proved that to us, that no Summit to up for a world that holds together “, as the U.S. presidential candidate Barack Obama next. “We can apologize only for embarrassing behavior of the Senate Chancellery and of the Red/Red Senate under Mayor Klaus Wowereit in the site search. We know that the Senate of Berlin airport Tempelhof from the memory of people would disappear. It is however regrettable, if including our guests have to suffer.” Fortunately the State Government in this matter represents, not the opinion of the Berlin”, says Volker Perplies, also a member of the Action Alliance be-4-tempelhof.de. Karl Helmut E. Zermin residents of Tempelhof “everybody who comes to Berlin in the spirit of the airlift and for the preservation of German-American friendship is welcome and should visit also Tempelhof. If U.S.