Pressure mounts on Germany’s leaders as ‘walks’ explode
With almost 2 000 protests all over Germany, the resistance against senseless Corona measures and the planned forced jab is literally exploding. Some 1899 walks took place across Germany on Monday, January 17 – 331 more than the week before. According to estimates, around 350 000 people were on Germany's streets to protest loudly against the Corona regime. The hotspot was clearly Baden-Württemberg, where 459 walks took place.
Published: January 22, 2022, 11:54 am
The “walks” on Mondays, according to the demo counter on Telegram, passed the 2000 mark last Monday. And this hurdle is likely to be cleared next week. The “wide range of protests right down to the smallest town” is “overwhelming” for a protest researcher and the government is concerned about the “decentralized actions”, reported a daily newspaper.
The fact that the unannounced “walks” are taking place in so many places at the same time obviously poses an impossible task for the regime. According to another daily newspaper, the deputy chief of the police union, Jörg Radek, explained: “It is a challenge for the police because we have very small-scale meetings in different places and we have to try to be in these places at the same time.” It is quite difficult, “when you have meetings in 170 places in Saxony in one day,” he added, admitting that the police was being overwhelmed.
According to Federal Minister of the Interior Nancy Faeser, the events are becoming more and more fragmented. The “spread” makes it more and more difficult for the authorities. Demonstrators should “register”, the exasperated minister said. “You don’t have to try to trick the security authorities.” The old confused Socialist indirectly admitted that the walks were becoming a huge headache for her.
These “walks” are not registered for good reason because there is a real risk of conditions such as compliance with minimum distances or the obligation to wear a mask being imposed. However, anyone can go for a “walk” without fearing a police arrest for a trivial transgression.
Faeser claims to have noticed that the protests were being used as an “instrument” against the state, parroting spy chief Thomas Haldenwang, who fantasizes about the Corona “enemies of the state”.
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