Riot Tourism

"The May 1 riots in Berlin's Kreuzberg district have become an annual ritual. ... Now an American anti-capitalist activist has started giving tours of the neighborhood's hot spots to foreign visitors."

"The May 1 riots in Berlin's Kreuzberg district have become an annual ritual. ... Now an American anti-capitalist activist has started giving tours of the neighborhood's hot spots to foreign visitors." The American, named "Bill" is a left-wing extremist who gives tours of what he calls "revolutionary Berlin" for five euros, but he sees them as primarily a political project—"a way of explaining and promoting the revolutionary Labor Day protests."

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