Peter Klocke - That's how he rolls

Every person should be accepted by other people. This is the motto Peter Klocke lives by. That’s also why it goes without saying for him that every person should have the same possibilities and equal rights in our society. What else he really wishes for, he tells us on


Photo: Peter Klocke; Copyright: private

Peter Klocke; © private

Name: Peter Klocke
Age: 45
City: Düsseldorf, Germany
Occupation: Operator at the tax office
Impairment: Severely vision impaired/blind

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When did you last laugh heartily and what about?

Peter Klocke: When I almost entered the cockpit of the city train and the driver told me to take the next door.

What have you always been wanting to do and why have you never done this so far?

Peter Klocke:
I have always wanted to drive a train. But I have been to shy to ask for it.

Which person has influenced you most?

Peter Klocke: A blind friend of mine. He enforces EVERYTHING he wants to achieve.

You have the chance to become the German Federal Commissioner for the Disabled. What would you do first?

Peter Klocke: I want to make sure that everything is accessible.
Photo: Peter Klocke; Copyright: private

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Your life is made into a film: Who would represent you?

Peter Klocke:
My disabled friends and me. So that everybody can see that all people can live a relaxed life.

I would like to be ...

Peter Klocke:
a train driver.

Which questions would you like answered the most?

Peter Klocke:
Why do disabled people get bothered all the time?

What I finally want to say...

Peter Klocke:
Every person has rights and duties.