While political assemblies are banned nationwide and – as recently in Berlin – are stopped by the police if they are not permitted, special rights apply to those in favour of migration. For example, the Hamburg “Seebrücke” is allowed to hold a public “vigil” on Sunday in the St. Pauli district of the city with the aim that people from the Aegean islands who are seeking asylum will be allowed to come to Hamburg. No less than 20 (!) locations between Fischmarkt and St. Pauli were approved, each with up to 25 participants.With this series of meetings, the organiser Christoph Kleine wants to influence the red-green coalition negotiations in the Hanseatic city: “The Seebrücke demands that the new red-green senate establish a state reception programme for at least 1000 people from Moria or the other camps – regardless of age or gender. Hamburg had enough space and resources to take in further “refugees”: “There must be an end to hiding behind the inactivity of Horst Seehofer.The rally is explicitly not directed against the government’s corona rules: “On the contrary, we want all people to live in circumstances where they can keep their distance and obey the hygienic regulations.In fact, pro-migration activists have no reason to be dissatisfied with the existing restrictions, as long as they only affect all other political opponents but not any of the do-gooders who demonstrate for issues that are to the liking of the political class and the mass media.