‘We’ll KETTLE Trump, Erdogan and Putin’ Protestors plot violence at G20 summit in Hamburg

Monday, July 3, 2017
By Paul Martin

ANGRY mobs of protestors are preparing to target world leaders, including Donald Trump, Vladimir Putin and Turkey’s President Recep Tayyip Erdoğanat, at the G20 summit.

Mon, Jul 3, 2017

Hamburg is on high alert as protesters plan to take advantage of the meeting being organised in a densely populated, inner city area

Clashes and arrests have already taken place in the German city with several injuries being reported.

Now, protesters are planning to use the city’s landscape to stop the world’s most powerful leaders meeting without disruption.

Police will ban demonstrations within a 38 square kilometre zone from the airport to the conference centre where the leaders are meeting on July 7 and 8.

Campaigners aim to block access in and out of the summit venue which borders the densely populated Schanzenviertel district.

Delegates will likely only be able to enter the venue from the west.

Mass bike rides are planned by protestors to stop traffic and outdoor cinema screenings in the street will attempt to seriously disrupt the day’s proceedings.

Emily Laquer, a spokesperson for one march, said: “Protesters are used to being kettled [a police tactic used to contain crowds during demonstrations].

“At the G20, we’re going to turn the tables on Trump, Putin and Erdoğan.”

A warning has gone out to anyone attempting to get in the way of the guests of the G20.

Social Democratic party interior senator, Andy Grote, said protesters should not try anything dangerous or reckless.

He said: “Security forces will see every hold-up as a major emergency, even if it’s just because of a harmless demonstration.

“They won’t stop under any circumstances.”

Inside, climate change and free trade will be at the top of the agenda for Germany’s Angle Merkel – just weeks after the USA refused to take part in the Paris Accord.

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