December 22, 2016
Sure, a Moslem killed a bunch of people and injured many more at a Christmas festival.
But the real enemy?
People who complain about it.
Even before the background of the attack in the Berlin Christmas market was known, the AfD state leader in North-Rhine Westphalia, Marcus Pretzell, had delivered his judgement: “These are Merkel’s deaths,” the partner of party leader Frauke Petry wrote on Twitter. A provocation that took place according to the typical attention-grabbing template of the right-wing populists and which provoked disgusts in many politicians. Only this time the deliberate crossing of boundaries by Pretzell may have consequences. Munich police also indicated on Twitter that they examine Pretzell’s tweet to see with regard to criminal prosecution.
Translation via Diversity Macht Frei.
What they are trying to claim is that saying “these are Merkel’s deaths” was a call for Merkel’s death. That obviously doesn’t make any sense. But it isn’t supposed to make sense. It is simply about finding any conceivable way to punish people who question the invasion and the queen bitch behind it.
I have no idea if he’ll be convicted for this or not. One would assume he won’t be. But he’ll have untold hours of his life taken from him – and that’s the real point. It’s just harassment of a political dissident, to show that there are consequences for anyone who stands up to the system.