On Tuesday, September 20nd, Brussels hosted a large-scale protest against the signing of the Transatlantic Trade and Investment Partnership (TTIP). Just before, mass demonstrations took place in various German cities.
Mass demonstrations against the European Union and the United States' signing of the agreement to establish the Transatlantic Trade and Investment Partnership (TTIP) will be held on September 20nd in the so-called 'European' quarter of Brussels, the EU capital. One of the organizers is the public platform, StopTTIP.
In retrospect, it sounds like a dream come true: a mobilized population, intercontinental organizing, cooperative left-wing governments — all culminating in the downfall of a major corporate-friendly trade agreement that would have covered a large chunk of the global economy.