Dortmund, Germany: Protest Against Police Oppression of Nationalists

On August 23, 2012, German police conducted a series of raids designed to end the nationalist presence in North Rhine-Westphalia. Over 100 nationalists were targeted, & many nationalist clubs & organizations were banned.

On the fourth anniversary of the police crackdown, 130 nationalists organized by Die Rechte Dortmund held a protest against the banning of these organizations.

The protest was carried out successfully, with antifa managing only a couple dozen for a counter protest. Though they attempted to attack lone nationalists after the protest was concluded, no injuries were reported.

http://www.dortmundecho.org/2016/08/nwdo-und-co-130-teilnehmer-bei-kundgebung-zum-jahrestag-der-vereinsverbote/?utm_source=dlvr.it&utm_medium=twitter

 

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