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German spy agency warns of ‘terror threat’ due to Corona protests

The head of the North Rhine-Westphalian domestic spy agency, Burkhard Freier, has warned of "terrorist tendencies" in Corona protests. People who demonstrated against the Federal Government's draconian Corona measures are in the cross hairs.

Published: September 11, 2020, 10:13 am

    Such people “obviously had the feeling that they were being threatened. This can result in individual terrorism – in other words, radicalization without being in a real-world group,” Freier told regional daily the Rheinische Post.

    Burkhard was convinced that there was a threat of serious attacks due to “conspiracy theories“. “If you add the impression of not being alone anymore, others think the same way, then it leads to Christchurch, El Paso, Halle and Hanau,” he explained, recalling recent terrorist attacks. In doing so, “a conspiracy ideology was always in the background as a very important motive”.

    Therefore, his authority does not see the current Corona protests only as an expression of the concerns of citizens. Such people are essentially anti-democratic: “These protests are a sounding board for extremists.”

    At the end of August, almost 40 000 people demonstrated against the federal government’s Corona measures in Berlin. At that time, the occupation of the stairs of the Reichstag building by some demonstrators caused a stir.

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    • Rentia Diedericks

      The Robert Koch Institute in Germany employs veterinarians and laboratory physicians that have decision-making powers over measures for humans. The question is why a panel of experts consisting of different faculties and clinically active physicians are not consulted. Instead they are branded as terrorists!

    • Stev60

      What about the vastly bigger terror threat as a result of Merkel’s constitution-violating and threatening opening of the borders and everything else to millions of unverifiable Muslims? She and her lackeys get away with that scot-free, along with the conspiracies they engage/d in to bring it and much else damage and treason about, despite many actual terror-attacks (and mass-rapes, individual assaults/murders etc) since. Yet these “constitution-protecting” clowns are warning about ‘terror-threats’ and ‘conspiracies’ without any mention of their number one enabler and enacter by far – the Merkel regime!

      Their credibility let alone integrity is below zero as a result.

    • pcl

      So anyone who “feels threatened” is now a terrorist threat? That’s a nice way to justify blaming the victim. I’ll bet Burkhard Freier considers anyone to the right of him on any subject a “terrorist threat”.


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