The prosecution and condemnation of rioters and arsonists following the violence surrounding the G-20 summit on July 7 and 8, 2017, exposed the “state-planned criminalisation, intimidation and division” of the far-left scene, the alliance “United We Stand” maintain.
“The militarisation of the police apparatus, racist attacks on refugees and the success of the AfD go hand in hand,” the “United We Stand” spokeswoman Lola Stern told the Hamburger Morgenpost.
The protest march, which is scheduled to start on the afternoon of March 17, will cross the city center of Hamburg from the Gänsemarkt to Holstenglaci’s detention center and end in the Schanzenviertel.
In Hanover, Kiel, Bremen, Berlin, Stuttgart or Göttingen, calls were made to the left-wing extremist milieu to take part in chartered bus rides for the “Anti-repression demonstration” as part of the “Day of Political Prisoners”.
The police Hamburg so far believes at least a thousand people will show up. “Whether that remains peaceful or it comes to individual destruction is not yet known,” said police spokeswoman Evi Theodoridou.
“There is currently no concrete picture of the situation.”
In yet another development, the church has decided to meddle in politics too, particularly left-winged Protestants when it comes to Islam.
Pastor Simone Hahn sided with the left and left extremist demonstrators last Sunday, letting their bells ring in unison with whistles and noises. The protest against Islam by Pegida in Nuremberg thus reached deafening noise levels.
Hahn has shown obedience to her superior, Heinrich Bedford-Strohm, one of the country’s most fanatical pro-immigrationists, in tune with the prevailing Angela Merkel doctrine of “Islam Belongs to Germany”.
She is actually a repeat offender when it comes to disturbing anti-immigration Pegida rallies, PI-News reported.
In Berlin, well-known journalists held a peaceful demonstrators against the asylum policy of the Federal Government.
“With growing bewilderment we observe how Germany is damaged by the illegal mass immigration. We are in solidarity with those who are peacefully demonstrating to have the rule of law restored at the borders of our country,” a statement released Thursday evening said.
According to the statement, the former GDR civil rights activist and publicist Vera Lengsfeld is responsible for the march. The statement was signed by Henryk M. Broder, Uwe Tellkamp, Thilo Sarrazin, Jörg Friedrich, Matthias Matussek, Cora Stephan, Michael Klonovsky and Birgit Kelle.
On Wednesday, the Rhineland-Palatinate Premier Malu Dreyer (SPD) called on the citizens of Kandel to counter the demonstrations of the alliance “Kandel is everywhere” by staging counter-demonstrations.
According to Dreyer “right-wing extremists” have exploited the murder of a 15-year-old student by an asylum seeker “stoking hatred and fear”.
All demonstrations of the Alliance against Refugee Violence have so far been peaceful.