Burning letter from Nicolas Fest: Must there first be deaths? Nothing new from Merkel terror state.Even Putin can be envy.

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Germany 2020, a terror state run by one of the worst dictators in the human history.
By the way the guy was the editor-in- chief by the Bild Newspaper ( fired from Merkel Regime for his independent opinion some years ago )
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While the institutions of the EU constantly complain that democracy, the rule of law and fundamental rights are being trampled underfoot in countries such as Poland or Hungary, they remain silent about the abuses in Germany, where premises and members of the AfD are attacked every week. The perpetrators are almost never found. This is state failure across the board. Or else the state is deliberately failing here. Left-wing extremists have fool's freedom, while AfD members are considered outlaws. Nicolaus Fest therefore wrote a letter to Dutch MEP Sophie in 't Veld, chairwoman of the monitoring group for democracy, the rule of law and fundamental rights in the European Parliament. The letter is a tough one:

Dear Mrs in 't Veld,

In the last two telephone conferences of the Monitoring Group for Democracy, Rule of Law and Fundamental Rights (DRFMG) we have spoken a lot about the situation in Poland, Hungary, Slovakia and Malta. And you have expressed your deep concern about the rule of law in these countries and the state of democracy and fundamental rights there.

Your concerns may be justified. But I wonder how long you intend to wait before you finally take a look at the situation in Germany? On 10 March 2020, the extreme left-wing antifa burnt down my car. It was the approximately 60th attack on cars or private homes of members of the Alternative for Germany (AfD). In the four weeks after the arson attack on my car, the cars of three other party friends were set on fire, including the car of our federal party spokesman Tino Chrupalla.

According to the last police report (Kriminalpolizeilicher Meldedienst 4/2019) 87 of the 202 attacks on politicians in Germany were directed against members of the AfD. And more than half of all attacks on offices of parties represented in the Bundestag were directed at AfD premises (62 of 112). If one includes the almost weekly attacks by the Antifa on hotels and restaurants, which still dare to rent rooms to the AfD, the figures are even higher. In Berlin, for example, it is almost impossible for the largest opposition party in the Bundestag to find a meeting place.

These attacks are not a new phenomenon, they have been around for years. But the parties in government are not doing anything about it. And the reason is clear: they are all afraid of a constantly growing AfD that would endanger their mandates, their influence and their power.

These parties not only refrain from taking action against the antifa, they even support left-wing terrorism. Indymedia, the "official" website of the Antifa, proudly praised the close cooperation of the Antifa with two Berlin members of parliament from the left; the same applies to some members of the Greens. Members of the Left, Greens and Social Democrats, i.e. the parties that form the governing coalition in Berlin, are regularly seen next to the "black bloc" of the Antifa at many rallies. In 2018, Angela Marquardt, a former leftist who switched to the SPD and is now the director of a party think tank, published an opinion article in the party newspaper "Vorwärts" in which she stated: "In the fight against parties from the right, the SPD needs the Antifa". In addition, some leading members of the SPD, the Greens and the Left Party have family ties to members of the antifa.

Dear Mrs in 't Veld, do you believe that these parties have an interest in putting pressure on the terrorists who are their relatives, friends and political partners? Do you think that they are taking any steps to protect the AfD from attacks by the antifa? It is not without reason that the Antifa is considered by many as the "terrorist arm of the united left".

It is only a matter of time before the first member of the AfD will be killed by the antifascist. The attack on the member of the Bundestag Frank Magnitz, MdB in January 2019 could have ended like this. Nevertheless, nothing has happened, the case remains unsolved. Because as always, when it comes to attacks on the AfD, the police investigations turn out to be half-hearted and in vain.

Dear Mrs in 't Veld, what more needs to happen for the DRFMG to wake up? Will the EU Parliament follow the same path as in Malta and Slovakia? It was widely known that both countries have very serious problems with money laundering and corruption. But it took two attacks and three victims before the EU Parliament took a closer look at the situation on the ground. Do we also have to wait for the murder of an AfD member before taking action?

As far as I know, the DRFMG considers itself a civil rights watchdog. And I share some of your concerns about recent developments in certain countries. But we have to recognize that the focus on Poland and Hungary is completely disproportionate. In Poland and Hungary, cars belonging to members of opposition parties are not regularly burnt down; the offices of these parties are not under constant attack; opposition parties can easily find premises for their meetings there - and without those who rent to such parties facing reprisals; and their politicians need not fear for their lives and physical well-being.

Dear Mrs in 't Veld, shouldn't the DRFMG even consider which countries it is considering? Because of Corona, civil rights are acutely threatened in many EU countries. But only in one country do we find a terrorist organisation that is de facto free to maraud and regularly attacks members of the largest opposition party - and without the state doing anything about it.

A closer look at Germany would also send a strong signal to all EU countries: The DRFMG's rule-of-law monitoring is not about West or East; it is not about how much money a country gives to the EU; nor is it about timing and whether a country takes over the presidency next or not. It is about democracy, the rule of law and fundamental rights.

I look forward to hearing from you,

Nikolaus Fest



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What have Islam and Marxism in common?Both ideologies force peoples to embrace them, in the case of refusing they simple kill stubborn ones..
Germany 2020, a terror state run by one of the worst dictators in the human history.
By the way the guy was the editor-in- chief by the Bild Newspaper ( fired from Merkel Regime for his independent opinion some years ago )
Never trust any left.


While the institutions of the EU constantly complain that democracy, the rule of law and fundamental rights are being trampled underfoot in countries such as Poland or Hungary, they remain silent about the abuses in Germany, where premises and members of the AfD are attacked every week. The perpetrators are almost never found. This is state failure across the board. Or else the state is deliberately failing here. Left-wing extremists have fool's freedom, while AfD members are considered outlaws. Nicolaus Fest therefore wrote a letter to Dutch MEP Sophie in 't Veld, chairwoman of the monitoring group for democracy, the rule of law and fundamental rights in the European Parliament. The letter is a tough one:

Dear Mrs in 't Veld,

In the last two telephone conferences of the Monitoring Group for Democracy, Rule of Law and Fundamental Rights (DRFMG) we have spoken a lot about the situation in Poland, Hungary, Slovakia and Malta. And you have expressed your deep concern about the rule of law in these countries and the state of democracy and fundamental rights there.

Your concerns may be justified. But I wonder how long you intend to wait before you finally take a look at the situation in Germany? On 10 March 2020, the extreme left-wing antifa burnt down my car. It was the approximately 60th attack on cars or private homes of members of the Alternative for Germany (AfD). In the four weeks after the arson attack on my car, the cars of three other party friends were set on fire, including the car of our federal party spokesman Tino Chrupalla.

According to the last police report (Kriminalpolizeilicher Meldedienst 4/2019) 87 of the 202 attacks on politicians in Germany were directed against members of the AfD. And more than half of all attacks on offices of parties represented in the Bundestag were directed at AfD premises (62 of 112). If one includes the almost weekly attacks by the Antifa on hotels and restaurants, which still dare to rent rooms to the AfD, the figures are even higher. In Berlin, for example, it is almost impossible for the largest opposition party in the Bundestag to find a meeting place.

These attacks are not a new phenomenon, they have been around for years. But the parties in government are not doing anything about it. And the reason is clear: they are all afraid of a constantly growing AfD that would endanger their mandates, their influence and their power.

These parties not only refrain from taking action against the antifa, they even support left-wing terrorism. Indymedia, the "official" website of the Antifa, proudly praised the close cooperation of the Antifa with two Berlin members of parliament from the left; the same applies to some members of the Greens. Members of the Left, Greens and Social Democrats, i.e. the parties that form the governing coalition in Berlin, are regularly seen next to the "black bloc" of the Antifa at many rallies. In 2018, Angela Marquardt, a former leftist who switched to the SPD and is now the director of a party think tank, published an opinion article in the party newspaper "Vorwärts" in which she stated: "In the fight against parties from the right, the SPD needs the Antifa". In addition, some leading members of the SPD, the Greens and the Left Party have family ties to members of the antifa.

Dear Mrs in 't Veld, do you believe that these parties have an interest in putting pressure on the terrorists who are their relatives, friends and political partners? Do you think that they are taking any steps to protect the AfD from attacks by the antifa? It is not without reason that the Antifa is considered by many as the "terrorist arm of the united left".

It is only a matter of time before the first member of the AfD will be killed by the antifascist. The attack on the member of the Bundestag Frank Magnitz, MdB in January 2019 could have ended like this. Nevertheless, nothing has happened, the case remains unsolved. Because as always, when it comes to attacks on the AfD, the police investigations turn out to be half-hearted and in vain.

Dear Mrs in 't Veld, what more needs to happen for the DRFMG to wake up? Will the EU Parliament follow the same path as in Malta and Slovakia? It was widely known that both countries have very serious problems with money laundering and corruption. But it took two attacks and three victims before the EU Parliament took a closer look at the situation on the ground. Do we also have to wait for the murder of an AfD member before taking action?

As far as I know, the DRFMG considers itself a civil rights watchdog. And I share some of your concerns about recent developments in certain countries. But we have to recognize that the focus on Poland and Hungary is completely disproportionate. In Poland and Hungary, cars belonging to members of opposition parties are not regularly burnt down; the offices of these parties are not under constant attack; opposition parties can easily find premises for their meetings there - and without those who rent to such parties facing reprisals; and their politicians need not fear for their lives and physical well-being.

Dear Mrs in 't Veld, shouldn't the DRFMG even consider which countries it is considering? Because of Corona, civil rights are acutely threatened in many EU countries. But only in one country do we find a terrorist organisation that is de facto free to maraud and regularly attacks members of the largest opposition party - and without the state doing anything about it.

A closer look at Germany would also send a strong signal to all EU countries: The DRFMG's rule-of-law monitoring is not about West or East; it is not about how much money a country gives to the EU; nor is it about timing and whether a country takes over the presidency next or not. It is about democracy, the rule of law and fundamental rights.

I look forward to hearing from you,


Nikolaus Fest



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What have Islam and Marxism in common?Both ideologies force peoples to embrace them, in the case of refusing they simple kill stubborn ones..
Germany 2020, a terror state run by one of the worst dictators in the human history.
By the way the guy was the editor-in- chief by the Bild Newspaper ( fired from Merkel Regime for his independent opinion some years ago )
Never trust any left.


While the institutions of the EU constantly complain that democracy, the rule of law and fundamental rights are being trampled underfoot in countries such as Poland or Hungary, they remain silent about the abuses in Germany, where premises and members of the AfD are attacked every week. The perpetrators are almost never found. This is state failure across the board. Or else the state is deliberately failing here. Left-wing extremists have fool's freedom, while AfD members are considered outlaws. Nicolaus Fest therefore wrote a letter to Dutch MEP Sophie in 't Veld, chairwoman of the monitoring group for democracy, the rule of law and fundamental rights in the European Parliament. The letter is a tough one:

Dear Mrs in 't Veld,

In the last two telephone conferences of the Monitoring Group for Democracy, Rule of Law and Fundamental Rights (DRFMG) we have spoken a lot about the situation in Poland, Hungary, Slovakia and Malta. And you have expressed your deep concern about the rule of law in these countries and the state of democracy and fundamental rights there.

Your concerns may be justified. But I wonder how long you intend to wait before you finally take a look at the situation in Germany? On 10 March 2020, the extreme left-wing antifa burnt down my car. It was the approximately 60th attack on cars or private homes of members of the Alternative for Germany (AfD). In the four weeks after the arson attack on my car, the cars of three other party friends were set on fire, including the car of our federal party spokesman Tino Chrupalla.

According to the last police report (Kriminalpolizeilicher Meldedienst 4/2019) 87 of the 202 attacks on politicians in Germany were directed against members of the AfD. And more than half of all attacks on offices of parties represented in the Bundestag were directed at AfD premises (62 of 112). If one includes the almost weekly attacks by the Antifa on hotels and restaurants, which still dare to rent rooms to the AfD, the figures are even higher. In Berlin, for example, it is almost impossible for the largest opposition party in the Bundestag to find a meeting place.

These attacks are not a new phenomenon, they have been around for years. But the parties in government are not doing anything about it. And the reason is clear: they are all afraid of a constantly growing AfD that would endanger their mandates, their influence and their power.

These parties not only refrain from taking action against the antifa, they even support left-wing terrorism. Indymedia, the "official" website of the Antifa, proudly praised the close cooperation of the Antifa with two Berlin members of parliament from the left; the same applies to some members of the Greens. Members of the Left, Greens and Social Democrats, i.e. the parties that form the governing coalition in Berlin, are regularly seen next to the "black bloc" of the Antifa at many rallies. In 2018, Angela Marquardt, a former leftist who switched to the SPD and is now the director of a party think tank, published an opinion article in the party newspaper "Vorwärts" in which she stated: "In the fight against parties from the right, the SPD needs the Antifa". In addition, some leading members of the SPD, the Greens and the Left Party have family ties to members of the antifa.

Dear Mrs in 't Veld, do you believe that these parties have an interest in putting pressure on the terrorists who are their relatives, friends and political partners? Do you think that they are taking any steps to protect the AfD from attacks by the antifa? It is not without reason that the Antifa is considered by many as the "terrorist arm of the united left".

It is only a matter of time before the first member of the AfD will be killed by the antifascist. The attack on the member of the Bundestag Frank Magnitz, MdB in January 2019 could have ended like this. Nevertheless, nothing has happened, the case remains unsolved. Because as always, when it comes to attacks on the AfD, the police investigations turn out to be half-hearted and in vain.

Dear Mrs in 't Veld, what more needs to happen for the DRFMG to wake up? Will the EU Parliament follow the same path as in Malta and Slovakia? It was widely known that both countries have very serious problems with money laundering and corruption. But it took two attacks and three victims before the EU Parliament took a closer look at the situation on the ground. Do we also have to wait for the murder of an AfD member before taking action?

As far as I know, the DRFMG considers itself a civil rights watchdog. And I share some of your concerns about recent developments in certain countries. But we have to recognize that the focus on Poland and Hungary is completely disproportionate. In Poland and Hungary, cars belonging to members of opposition parties are not regularly burnt down; the offices of these parties are not under constant attack; opposition parties can easily find premises for their meetings there - and without those who rent to such parties facing reprisals; and their politicians need not fear for their lives and physical well-being.

Dear Mrs in 't Veld, shouldn't the DRFMG even consider which countries it is considering? Because of Corona, civil rights are acutely threatened in many EU countries. But only in one country do we find a terrorist organisation that is de facto free to maraud and regularly attacks members of the largest opposition party - and without the state doing anything about it.

A closer look at Germany would also send a strong signal to all EU countries: The DRFMG's rule-of-law monitoring is not about West or East; it is not about how much money a country gives to the EU; nor is it about timing and whether a country takes over the presidency next or not. It is about democracy, the rule of law and fundamental rights.

I look forward to hearing from you,


Nikolaus Fest



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If you can remember the phrase "This is what Democracy looks like", you will cringe everytime you hear Democracy..

The only True Democracy is a system basing on Freedom and without corrupted parties.
The biggest poison for humanity is Marxism of any kind.

Marxism is cancer of the brain of humanity






 

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