The occasion for the police overreaction you can see in these eight seconds of video is this Polish visitor to Berlin for a Polish-German football, the co-star of the video. He attended a left-wing demonstration "against the 'undemocratic right wing regime in Poland' and unfurled a banner that read: 'Defend your women, not our democracy.'" Or, rather, he and his friend tried to unfurl that banner and were instantly set upon by a German policeman, aided by another who rapidly set about furling the banner.
Contrast this police behavior with their remarkably placid and restrained behavior when it comes to AntiFa "counter demonstrators" at PEGIDA events in Germany. AntiFa are just civilian auxiliaries of the German security state, of course, and if, a big if, I suspect, there are laws against appearing masked in public, the police show no interest in enforcing them against their AntiFa pals. Perhaps throwing pavement stones at nationalists, excuse me, neo-Nazis is a complete legal defense against appearing masked in public.
Seems to me if I were a German so very, very, very concerned about the return of fascist private (and official) armies (which caused some inconvenience in the past, I hear), I might, just might show some concern for people who choose to regularly commit violent acts in the streets of my country while concealing their faces. Am I the only one who sees some kind of historical parallels here? Who, oh who, could these people be and should finding and punishing them be a state priority?
Clearly, there is official complicity with and – therefore – encouragement of such street fighters who serve a very useful official purpose indeed.
What the German government is about here is full-throated fascism. I mean the real-deal, left-wing, f$ck you, keep-your-mouth-shut-rightist-scum repression. The speed with which these cops react is almost laughable in contrast to their cowardly, useless response to mass sexual assault on their women. The banner's message is beyond poignant for here we see the state's protection is of repression, not the women of the nation:
Defend your women, not our democracy.Contrast the cop's reaction, too, with Merkel's evasions and prevarications. "We can handle this" was the crown jewel of her response to citizens' fears over the madness of allowing in hundreds and hundreds of thousands of invaders. Well, she couldn't. "It," the introduction of over a 600,000 Muslim light infantry in under a year, spun out of control in the form of garbage strewn in towns and streams, gardens befouled, security shattered and, lately, of Muslim and African vermin tearing women's panties off and fingering them. With impunity.
For expressing disdain for this German madness, weakness, and rank dishonesty, the Poles are now the target of Merkel's and the E.U.'s ire.
And where official betrayal and suppression of free speech and other fundamental rights are concerned, Merkel can act with lightning speed.
Who is this police officer.
And what law did the Poles break, what is the name of the local police commander, and what are the secret national directives regarding speech challenging suicidal immigration policies?