Speculative part ((this might not necessarily come true)): At the Neumarkt the past is built as the present and future time. There simply is no independent future and present, but there is a time loop within phase 1-3 of the most recent past. That means rebuilding phase 1, includes the denied and potentially invisible phases 2+3 aswell. Initiated by political changes the 3 phases are causing a time loop. From now on there is no future for the Neumarkt, its architecture, its people and its time, expecting the next phase of the loop. For the architecture the loop means, that the borders are going to be destroyed, vacuumed and rebuilt over and over again. They are getting empowered ideological and virtual as transparent, impermeable borders and physically made out of modern materials. At some point they could probably not be destroyed or repaired again. The Neumarkts architecture turns out as a more and more exclusive place. Its architecture is enabled to create a future. For the people the loop means, that they are generally disconnected to the future but moreover loosing their connection to the present time. In its exclusiveness the Neumarkt is not accessible for most of the people anymore. While they are getting younger, the architecture is ageing. But as part of the loop, the society recreates the past again and again. Those people who can identify with phase 1 are making profit out of the loop. The pegida people who are demonstrating for political change, the past, are at the same time forcing phase 2 of the loop. But what happens when through their political change the Neumarkt is destroyed again?
After looping again and again, the question arises how to escape the loop to create a real future. ((we want a future)) At first, there could be no past, no phase 1. Second there could be no architecture, no phase 2. And at last there could be no people, no phase 3. But there might be a more common solution.