German thought-police raided anti-migrant Facebook posters’ homes to punish them for sharing “illegal far-right opinions.”
From The Local:
Authorities have conducted the first ever nationwide raids on people suspected of spreading hate speech on the internet.
In the early hours of Wednesday morning, officers in all but two of the 16 German states moved in on properties connected to suspects in hate speech investigations.
Roughly 60 people across the country are believed to have taken part in a private Facebook group in which various German laws were broken, including praising of the Nazis.
At the centre of the operations was the Federal Office of Criminal Investigations (BKA), which stated that their aim was to “decisively confront” the strong growth in verbal radicalism which is appearing on the internet.”
Confront verbal radicalism? You mean like that which is expressed by the Muslim migrants Merkel’s allowed to flood into Germany?
If only these far-right internet Nazis had converted to Islam and raped some German girls, then the government would act to cover-up their crimes. Instead, they expressed “illegal opinions,” therefor they’re being hunted down.
Since December 2015, the BKA has been coordinating a police unit which combines state and federal police in a project called “Tackling Hate Posting”.
The unit was set up after Bavarian police observed regular “hate posts” being published on a secret Facebook page between July and November 2015.
According to the BKA, the posts often praised the Nazi era, included anti-Semitic content or other illegal far-right opinions.
German federal law states that spreading information which encourages violence against people due to their ethnic or religious background comes with a sentence of up to three years in jail.
“Today’s raids make one thing clear. German police are committed to tackling hate speech and provocation on the internet,” BKA chief Holger Münch said in a statement.
“Hate speech can not be allowed to poison the public debate. Attacks on refugee homes are often the result of a radicalization which begins on the internet.”
Chief Münch left out the fact these phony “refugees” also often burn down their own migrant centers, sometimes even going so far as to paint swastikas on them to frame the far-right.
All these raids “make clear” is German people do not have free speech and the government is desperate to shut down criticism of Merkel’s disastrous open borders policies.
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