A trial has started in Germany of a neo-Nazi lynch mob who beat an immigrant man to death on a night when they went ‘hunting’ for migrant invaders.
Prosecutors at Bonn State Court said the four attackers – ranging in age from 19 to 35 – had all been drinking when they set out to find migrants to rough up.
A court spokesman said: ‘The accusation assumes that their original objective was to go out in the town of Waldbröl to mess with refugees.’
One of the accused later said they wanted to ‘hunt refugees down,’ claiming they knew a girl who had been stalked by a migrant.
On the nigh in question the quartet – armed with a baseball bat and knuckledusters – did get into a brawl with some asylum seekers but they managed to get away.
Then the four men, who had all been drinking heavily earlier in the day, chanced upon a 40-year-old immigrant from Kazakhstan, who they knew. Identified only as Klaus B., they proceeded to beat him close to death.
He was hit with the baseball bat, punched in the head with the knuckledusters and kicked repeatedly. Finally one of the assailants jumped on his back.
It took father-of-two Klaus nine days to die from his injuries which included a fractured skull, broken ribs and traumatic brain injuries.
Prosecutors say the youngest of the attackers laid into him with the baseball bat. Robin Fassbender, spokesman for the prosecutor’s office in Bonn, said; ‘This was a particularly brutal attack. One of the attackers confirmed they wanted to mess with refugees on this night.’
Klaus B. managed, it is alleged, to get to his feet one last time before his attackers told him to ‘piss off’ and kicked him back down again.
All defendants are known to police because of their right-wing backgrounds.
The trial will last until the end of June. They are charged with grievous bodily harm resulting in death and an attack resulting in death and could be jailed for up to ten years each.
On Saturday, May 6th, members of Die Rechte, the NPD, Identitären Aktion Deutschland, & Ring Nationaler Frauen (National Women’s Organization) held a joint demonstration against child molesters.
Although a race-neutral protest theme on the surface, the vast majority of child rapists in Germany are of course foreigners.
Calling for the death penalty for child molesters, they compared the convictions of Horst Mahler and Ursula Haverbeck, who were given long sentences of imprisonment solely on account of their speech with the relatively mild verdicts for child molesters and rapists.
A small cadre of dedicated anti-whites showed up to counter protest, showing that they are willing to take the side of the worst examples of humanity if it means opposing Whites.
Police kept the two sides apart, & there were no incidents of violence or arrests.
After marching around the city & giving speeches, the event concluded successfully & peacefully. All groups involved had a positive experience at the event, & look forward to working together in the future.
On May 1st in Halle, Germany, about 500 members of Die Rechte along with comrades from the Anti Kapitalist Kollective held a march for National Socialism & the German worker.
Early in the demonstration, the nationalists were attacked without provocation by police & about 1/4 of the participants were detained. They were taken to the police station where flags & other materials were confiscated.
Despite this, the march continued.
After being detained for several hours & having their property seized, the National Socialists were released & the demonstration concluded without further incident.
The neo-Nazi terrorist cell in the German army (Bundeswehr) is much larger than previously thought. This conclusion is based on a detailed article in the latest edition of Der Spiegel.
According to the news magazine, investigations are on-going into seven people who were allegedly involved in preparing attacks against high-profile German politicians, including former President Joachim Gauck, Justice Minister Heiko Maas (Social Democratic Party—SPD) and the minister president of Thuringia, Bodo Ramelow (Left Party), as well as Jewish and Muslim organisations.
Along with Franco A, Matthias F and Maximilian T, who are all in custody, the right-wing extremist circle was likely “composed of at least seven people, according to information from investigators,” Der Spiegel wrote. The suspects include “a man who lives in the French city of Strasbourg,” “a lieutenant in the reserves who studies in Vienna,” First Lieutenant Josef R, who, like Franco A, was stationed at the German-French barracks in Illkirch, and First Lieutenant Ralf G.
Ralf G was based at the General Field Marshall Rommel Barracks in North Rhein-Westphalia. The barracks are named after Erwin Rommel, who, as commander of the Africa Corps, was built up by Hitler as a people’s hero. Colleagues had taken note of Ralf G because of his right-wing comments. He allegedly said, “Königsberg was German, is German and will always remain German,” and “if the refugees on the borders at least had weapons, we could shoot at them.”
There is much to suggest that Ralf G is part of a more widespread neo-Nazi network, which, like the Freikorps in the Reichswehr during the Weimar Republic, is preparing to murder politicians and suppress revolutionary unrest. According to information from Der Spiegel, Ralf G was allegedly known to Maximilian T, the suspected author of the death list. Ralf G had boasted to Maximilian T: “In Illkirch, there is a group of officers prepared to commit acts of violence who are gathering weapons and munitions to be ready to fight on the right side if a civil war breaks out.”
It is clear that the neo-Nazi network is present in several barracks and has been built up over many years. According to a soldier stationed in Illkirch between 2010 and 2013, a “right-wing extremist network” already existed shortly after the establishment of the German-French unit in Illkirch, Donaueschingen and Hammelburg. He said that “no secret was made of their right-wing ideas” among officers and soldiers. They openly chanted right-wing slogans.
The dangerous developments in Germany confirm the warnings made by the Sozialistische Gleichheitspartei (SGP) and the World Socialist Web Site. The return of German militarism and the systematic restructuring of the army into an interventionist force capable of waging war to uphold the interests of German imperialism around the world require the revival of the old fascistic traditions and structures. The same right-wing extremist circles that described as “intellectual terrorism” criticism of statements such as “Hitler was not vicious” (Humboldt University Professor Jörg Baberowski) are now agitating along the same lines against criticism of neo-Nazi tendencies in the army.
It is also suspected that National Socialists in the military are affiliated with the Identitarian movement.
On May 1st, some 450 National Socialists held an anti-capitalist march in the eastern German city of Gera.
The theme of the demonstration was “Smash capitalism – for family, home, & tradition” as can be seen on their banners & shirts.
A small number of antifa were present along the parade route, but provided no opposition to the march & their ranks consisted mostly of foreigners.
At the stopping point for the march, a stage was set up for speakers from Der Dritte Weg (The Third Way) to address the crowd.
In addition to German activists, there were also guests from Hungary & Sweden, the latter representing the Nordic Resistance Movement.
The event was carried out without any complications, & there were no arrests or incidents of violence.
This is interesting not so much because elections are an answer to our race’s problems (they are not), but in that it indicates large numbers of intelligent Whites in Germany are being radicalized with the racial-nationalist vision. A million won’t be enough to win many elections, but it is more than enough to mount a revolution.
A PARTY WHICH has existed for less than three years now has representatives in 12 of the 16 German regional parliaments.
Racial nationalists are closely watching politics in Germany, where incumbent — supposedly ‘conservative’ — Chancellor Angela Merkel shamefully betrayed her people in 2015 by welcoming hordes of immigrants, with horrific consequences.
A general election is due in September this year, which polls and most observers predict Merkel will lose. She has been in power with the support of the socialist SPD, but increasing numbers of German voters have been flocking to the anti-immigration party Alternative for Germany (AfD), which has only existed since 2013 and has become increasingly radical on immigration and related questions since 2015.
Today there was an election for the Landtag (regional parliament) of Saarland, a region with a population around one million, centered on the city of Saarbrücken, near the German-French border.
Slightly surprisingly, early results show that Merkel’s party has polled quite well in Saarland, perhaps because conservative voters were alarmed at the possibility of a socialist alliance with the ex-communist Left Party (Die Linke).
Some weak-willed middle class voters of this sort have thus been prepared to ignore or forgive Merkel’s shocking betrayal of German interests. Nevertheless, it was a positive sign that AfD won Saarland Landtag seats for the first time today, polling somewhere over 6%.
The next German regional election is in North Rhine-Westphalia — the largest of Germany’s states with a population of 18 million, including four big cities: Cologne, Düsseldorf, Dortmund and Essen. This NRW region has taken a vast number of the immigrants admitted by Merkel. Seen as a socialist stronghold, NRW votes on May 14th. A week earlier French voters will have the decisive second round in their presidential election. Marine Le Pen is expected to contest that second round against a centrist, pro-immigration candidate.
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Source: Heritage and Destiny magazine