September 3, 2018
Talk about a refreshing story.
This is like a clean breeze across my forehead.
Or wait – how did John McCain say it?
“To smell the rose-scented breeze and feel the sun on my shoulders …”
That’s the feel.
I’m not happy that they got caught, of course – but that they did it.
All hope is not yet lost, My Der Deutschland.
Two German policemen suspected of performing the illegal Nazi salute in public have been suspended, officials said Sunday.
The two German federal police officers, as well as a member of a voluntary citizens’ security force, are under investigation for inciting hatred after a witness saw them doing the Nazi salute and making racist comments outside a pub in the southern city of Rosenheim, police said.
In a press release, police described the comments as “table talk” made under the influence of alcohol, the German news agency DPA reported. Police did not want to give details of the statements as they are looking for further witnesses.
Under German law, making the Nazi salute in public is illegal, as is the display of Nazi emblems.
The latest development in this case comes following days of anti-migrant protests in the German city of Chemnitz, after a German man was fatally stabbed and two migrants were identified as the main suspects.
“We will not allow the extreme right to infiltrate our society,” Justice Minister Katarina Barley told the Germany’s Bild newspaper on Sunday, while urging authorities in Saxony to investigate far-right groups.
Leftist groups are holding a concert in the city on Monday to condemn xenophobia and hatred against refugees and foreigners.
Illegal hand gestures are no joke, kids.
This is serious business: illegal hand gestures.
Meanwhile, riots – which the media keeps calling “far right,” but which appear to be made-up of normal people – continue in Germany against the immigrant invasion.
THOUSANDS of people have joined both the anti-migrant protests and counter-protests in Chemnitz, amid escalating tension in the east Germany city – with eleven people hospitalised so far.
The German city of Chemnitz has been the epicentre of fierce clashes for the past week where anti-migrant protests and counter-protests continue to escalate.
Thousands have marched through the streets following the arrest of an Iraqi and a Syrian man over the fatal stabbing of Daniel Hillig, a 35-year-old German-Cuban.
This attack has sparked an outbreak of violence and demonstrations largely directed at Angela Merkel’s handling of the 2015 migrant crisis.
More than 1,200 police officers have been drafted in to secure the city, after nine people were injured in clashes yesterday.
If the police teamed up with them instead of fighting them…
Well, then we might have ourselves a rodeo.