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Berlin police use extreme violence against anti-jab protesters – one dead

More than a thousand people gathered in the German capital Berlin on Sunday. According to the organizers, the rally called for “freedom and the restoration of basic human rights” in the Corona crisis.

Published: August 2, 2021, 12:18 pm


    The Berlin police had previously announced that they would strictly enforce the ban on such gatherings. Violent confrontations between demonstrators and police broke out. Dozens of arrests have been made, but no details are known at this time. A demonstrator was thrown to the ground and arrested by the police. According to the police, he collapsed during the arrest and died a short time later in the hospital.

    The Berlin public prosecutor’s office has now ordered an autopsy to clarify the cause of death. According to information from RT Deutschland, the 49-year-old is said to have been a founding member of the party Die Basis and co-founder of the state association of North Rhine-Westphalia. He leaves behind a 16-year-old son.

    On July 8, 2021, the party – founded to challenge Merkel’s Corona policy – was admitted to the 2021 federal election. According to a sociological survey by the University of Basel, in German-speaking countries, 18 percent of the participants in demonstrations against German Corona policy would vote for the party – the second highest approval score after the AfD.

    German mainstream media, including Focus Online, Spiegel and Berliner Morgenpost accused demonstrators of attacking the Berlin police. The taz wrote of a “few hundred” participants who were all “conspiracy theorists”.

    But one witness reported that he personally saw, with the exception of one scene, non-violent demonstrators. Also, the fraudulent attempts to portray the participants in anti-Corona demos as right-wing radicals seemed completely absurd in view of the composition of the protests.

    In many cases, the particularly brutal police operation led to the backlash from the crowd. The Berlin police apparently became overwhelmed by the number of demonstrators but tried nevertheless to prevent the march.

    The real scandal was the ban on the demonstration because only days ago, a legal Gay Pride march had been allowed by authorities. Also, YouTube blocked the video showing police brutality due to an “age restriction” and demanded that viewers “register” to see it.

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