Disproportionately, political violence in Germany is fed by corporation-owned media to non-German readers as uniquely a ‘right-wing’ or ‘neo-Nazi’ phenomena. In fact, political violence by left-wing extremists is today tearing apart major German cities.
‘A wave of left-wing extremist violence rolls through German cities, above all through Berlin, Hamburg and Leipzig,’ wrote the Welt recently.
If we look at the largest police operations in recent months, so confirms a link to the left-wing situation. Recently in Berlin, 1,000 plus riot cops were inadequate to control ‘violent members of the left caucus scene of massive riots’. In fact, 1,500 police officers from various federal states were in action on the day due to several massive gatherings of the left-wing scene in Berlin.
A demonstration of over 1,000 protesters left Riga Strasse in Friedrichshain looking like a war zone. Under the motto: ‘Against repression and for more freedom’ and ‘for the preservation of the evacuated projects in Berlin’ the situation escalated and deteriorated.
Violent leftists ~ The Untouchables wore masks, pyrotechnics were detonated on the street, whilst innocent security employees of a construction site were attacked and fled. ’Signs and stones were thrown at us. I ran for my life,’ they reported. Non-German media missed the story.
Police officers were attacked with stones and street signs as well as fireworks, including lethal Molotov petrol bombs. Several cars including SUVs were burned out.
At least 19 police officers were injured; there was massive property damage to parked vehicles, a trailer, and a construction site. Three normally Teflon coated Antifa protesters were detained, and several criminal cases for violations of assembly law, assault and breach of the peace were initiated.
For Free Democratic Party (FDP) politician Marcel Luthe, who also sits on the Interior Committee of the Berlin House of Representatives, the situation is clear:
‘As long as this red-red-green coalition refuses to condemn any violence as a means of political conflict, this pack of Riga Street will feel free to attack police and thus our city, our community itself, ‘he said Berlin morning mail.’
Burkard Dregger, chairman and domestic spokesman of the Christian Democratic Union (CDU) agrees: ‘For two years, our proposals for an action plan against left-wing violence have been on the table. Only a few days ago, the Interior Senator and the Red-Red-Green coalition in the Interior Committee rejected all proposals to maintain order without presenting their own concept.’
Building site fencing left without police cover were torn down to get to the container and site infrastructure of the developers. Blows were struck and residents were terrorised. The mention of the CG group in the letter of confession shows the link between a left-extremist scene in Berlin and Leipzig, another centre of radical left-wing violence in Germany.
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At the beginning of October, leftists carried out an arson attack on several construction cranes. The target was the CG Group as a real estate developer, which wants to create almost 300 apartments on the construction site.
Leipzig Mayor calls arson attack a terrorist attack whilst Saxony’s interior minister Roland Wöller (CDU), says the arson attack represented a new dimension of violence.
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‘I am appalled with what criminal energy the culprits planned and carried out the attack. It was not only deliberately property damage in the millions, but also put the health and even the lives of people on the line.’
Two weeks later, more fires from construction vehicles occurred on several construction sites. Two excavators were torched, two days later in Leipzig-Connewitz a third. At the end of October, another construction site was set to flames and again in Leipzig-Connewitz, which is known for its left-wing extremist scene. Left-wing protesters are used to being handled with kid gloves by the police and their image laundered by corporation owned media.
When the fire department and police arrived, they were attacked with fireworks, stones and bottles from a crowd that gathered there, and two police officers were injured. A real estate employee was ambushed and beaten in her apartment. Two masked offenders rang the woman, enticed her home to her apartment, ambushed and stabbed her with blows in the face, writes the MDR.
According to the police, the perpetrators left the apartment with the words: ‘Greetings from Connewitz.’ On the Internet platform Indymedia used by left-wing extremists, a letter of confirming responsibility for the attack was published. The letter threatened further violence against houses and cars as well as against employees of a construction project of the real estate company.
‘We must be careful that in the current debate about right-wing terrorism, we do not lose sight of left-wing extremism and its contempt for human rights, said Leipzig Mayor Burkhard Jung.’ The police are helpless against violence. According to the LKA spokesman, no special protective measures are planned. The Leipzig police were already unable to permanently guard all construction sites in Leipzig or protect people who have to do with controversial construction projects,’ agreed the LKA spokesman to the MDR.