Austria: Florian Klenk, editor-in-chief of the Vienna City Postile “Falter”, which has its roots in the left-wing squatter scene is disgusted by 7 Muslim boys and how they talk about women: “Honor, Islam, Fuck”

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Germany: Three youths (15-17) from Iraq and Croatia attacked four Germans (17-26) with a chain and a pistol in Magdeburg. The weapon turned out to be a toy gun.

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Germany: Man (44) badly injured by 4 out of a group of 20 foreign men described as possibly “Southern” looking in Luckenwalde.

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Germany: Girls, who always invited asylum seekers to hang out with them are now scared after one of them, an Afghan boy attacked them for rejecting his physical advances.

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Germany: Police union demands minimum punishment of one year imprisonment for knifes attacks.

…also for migrants?

Why not deport the migrants, who are responsible for the sharp uptick in knife attacks?

Problem solved!

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Germany: After kissing a woman (20) against her will and being pushed away the drunk Afghan man (20) kicked her in the back.

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Germany: Police cars in Berlin were pelted with cobblestones. Police were trying to enforce two arrest warrants at a formerly occupied house.

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Germany: Fight between three Germans (18-20) and four other men (15-33) escalated so badly, that the police had to use batons and the emergency breaks of a train were pulled in Gelsenkirchen.

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Germany: Syrian (32) arrested for arson in Leipzig. The fire injured 16, some very badly and killed a woman.

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Germany: Eritrean (30) stabbed a compatriot (44) in the middle of the city in Wetzlar. The man was transported to the hospital but died.

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Germany: Two women (17,18) groped by the same man with a dark complexion in Bad Salzuflen.

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Germany: Trial of Pakistani Sohail A. (34) to begin on Wednesday for cutting the throat of his own daughter Ayesha (2) in Hamburg.

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Germany: Starting April 1st cars will be monitored online with new eSIM cards. Privacy really is dead now.

Google translation:

From April 1: Online monitoring in the car – new cars must be equipped with eSIM cards

From 1 April 2018 all new cars must be equipped with eSIM cards. A new car turns into a rolling data center … and in 2015, Jim Farley, vice president at Ford, said, “We know every driver who breaks traffic rules, and because GPS is in the cars, we know where and how someone does it . “

From 1 April, all new cars must be equipped with electronic SIM cards. Behind this is the good intention to be reached faster in case of accidents by the rescue services.

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How the Stasi returned to Germany to create the perfect police state

In the summer of 2018 Germany’s state of Bavaria will have the strictest police laws since 1945. Police will henceforth be allowed to carry hand grenades and infiltrate online chats without even suspicion of concrete crimes.

The lines between police and intelligence services will also become unclear. The law is sponsored by the CSU, the sister party of Merkel’s CDU and will likely sail through without any resistance.

This plan gives the police unprecedented authority to monitor citizens. Experts are talking about the strictest laws since 1945. It has all the hallmarks of a combined police and intelligence service. The executive will be allowed to investigate without any indication of a crime.

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