An emphatic essay on forms of protest and their consequences. Whether climate protests or corona protests - lively expressions of displeasure are currently occurring frequently and in a wide variety of forms. But what kind of protest can really bring change?
Do activists taped to streets help climate policy or harm it? Do open letters change anything about Realpolitik? And if not, why protest at all?
Yasmine M'Barek, one of the most influential young journalists in the German-speaking world, argues casually and precisely what can help in a meaningful and democratic way to change the situation and what actions are counterproductive. Because a society always gets the protests it deserves.