Marco was called and he got into Claudia's car. We experience a complete outward journey, but only almost a complete return journey. And that's how it works.
The linXXnet and INTERIM are collection stations for the MAZI olive oil from solidarity trade.
mazi means together and is the name of the olive oil from organic farming and solidarity distribution. The MAZI olive oil from the Messinis Gea cooperative is imported by the SolidariTrade cooperative, which aims to promote olive oil produced in solidarity with Greece. Solidarity means in this case: The cooperative Messinis Gea earns about 30% more income. In addition, one euro per liter goes to a political/humanitarian initiative in Greece. The sale of the oil increases the income of farmers and pickers in the country due to the austerity policy, which was implemented in the wake of the eurozone crisis, not least at the instigation of the German government was imposed, still troubled country. The oil comes from the small town of Daras in the south-west Pelepones. The MAZI olive oil is extra virgin and with an acid content of 0,2 percent of very high quality. The cooperative does not use any chemical pesticides.
1 euro per liter sold goes to political/humanitarian projects. And for Leipzig you can do it directly Order here and pick it up on April 21 or April 22, 2022 in the linXXnet or INTERIM.
Claudia appreciates the podcast thing the most here, especially when it's subpoenaed, which is why it happened over the weekend. Her favorite format, interviewed by Grx, is about the book fair (more or less), Europe's external borders (more) and fuel prices (less). And that's how it works.
And at the book fair:
A podcast! Grx was summoned and questioned by Leonie as announced. The theme is clear and omnipresent. And Grx personally apologizes for the noise 😉 And it goes like this.
Leoni has been a linXXnet intern since February and is organizing a panel debate on trade union negotiations in the social and educational sectors. The whole thing takes place as part of the action week around the women's struggle day, March 8th. Info also here: https://frauenstreik.org/
During the podcast, the citizen police officer comes by and asks if everything is ok with us. Everything's o.k!