Antifa extremists in Germany have released a new booklet instructing surrogates on how to attack Alternative for Germany (AfD) and CSU voters in Augsburg. It is essentially an urban terrorism handbook.
Titled “Augsburg for Riot Tourists”, it suggests “calling for a revolt against the German collective” during the AfD party conference in Augsburg.
The 44-page instruction manual for “riot tourists” explain how to burn cars, prepare bombs with glass bottles, attack war memorials, and target political party offices. Setting cars on fire is actually recommened as having “fun”.
Posted on Indymedia, there are also additional tutorials on sabotage and other acts of terror. Targets listed include police stations, army barracks, and even a city library. At the end of April an event was held by the CSU entitled “The 68ers and their intellectual arsonists” at the library.
Helpful information on evading comprehensive security coverage and CCTV cameras is included, and such spots are described as locations of “collaborators”. Added to this are “collaborator” restaurants that have already leased premises to the AfD in the past.
The blog site provides direct links to the Prisma terror document, in which instructions and detailed diagrammes on building firebombs, sabotaging infrastructure, and avoiding the police are shown.
The group advises participating extremists to wear gloves when throwing rocks at buildings or people, so as to hide their fingerprints. It also promotes “glass breakage”.
“Not only do we want to fight the AfD, we also want to direct our riot against every war memorial, against every repressive authority of the state, against every party bureau of a racist party, against any collaborator of a resurgent fascism.” The Bavarian Christian Social Union (CSU) and the AfD are similar parties, they claim.
The addresses of party offices of the AfD are given along with travel directions to Augsburg for the party’s national convention on June 30 and July 1.
The travel guide’s website also contains the private addresses of several AFD officials, some of which are supplemented with mobile phone numbers and e-mail addresses. Already two years ago, on the occasion of the AfD Federal Party Congress in Stuttgart, strangers had published the addresses of residences of 2000 AfD members on a left-wing extremist website. As a result, there have several attacks on the doxed members.
The locations of three student associations and the Career Center of the Bundeswehr are also listed as targets. Even a memorial plaque for Martin Luther is singled out because he was one of the “most zealous anti-Semites in history” the authors complain, and his plaque is deemed “disgusting”.