A system designed to protect individual liberty will have no punishments for any group and no privileges. Today, I think inner-city folks and minorities are punished unfairly in the war on drugs. ” —Ron Paul
BERLIN — Chancellor Angela Merkel has non-stop a permanent muster on Germany’s Cold War past during what was once one of East Berlin’s busiest limit crossings.
The muster is housed in a easy 1960s building where pass and etiquette checks were carried out during Berlin’s Friedrichstrasse station. It was popularly famous as a “Traenenpalast,” or “Palace of Tears.”
Merkel grew adult in comrade East Germany though had western relatives. News group dapd reported that she removed Wednesday a atmosphere of danger during a border.
Merkel said: “I was here really mostly with my relatives and we saw my grandmother off year after year.”
The muster includes equipment such as photos and a apartment used for limit checks. It aims to illustrate bland practice during a border.