A woke counter-extremism official in the German government has labeled those Germans who flee from “multicultural life” in German cities (read: rapists and thugs from across the Levant and Afghanistan) to the less dangerous German countryside as being “right-wing extremists.”
That official was Dirk-Martin Christian. He controls the “Office for the Protection of the Constitution” in Saxony. Mr. Christian has described the Germans who flee “multicultural life” in modern German cities as being “right-wing extremists”. So apparently you’re not even allowed to flee Middle Eastern rape gangs anymore.
Mr. Christian was exposed as thinking as much in a report by Die Welt. In that report, Mr. Christian lashed out at those Germans who have fled the horror show in German cities. Speaking on the matte, he classified as “right-wing extremists” those who flee “multicultural life” in the cities to find an “intact national community” in “remote areas.
Speaking on that, he said “People think they are decent people, hard-working young people with children. In this way, the right-wing extremists gain acceptance.” Continuing, he said “But if the majority doesn’t distance themselves, extremists have an easy time of it.”
Further, according to the same report, Mr. Christian is frightened and furious as the rise of right-leaning German political parties like the Alternativ fur Deutschland, or the AfD. Speaking about the political right, Mr. Christian said that he believes it is the “greatest threat to democracy” in Germany.
And, of course, he also said that he is particularly concerned about the growth of anti-government protests in Saxony. Those protests were sparked by Germany’s Stasi-like COVID lockdowns and the dire energy situation sparked by the destruction of the Keystone XL pipeline and Germany’s anti-Russian stance during the war between Russia and the Ukraine.
Breitbart, adding more context in its report on Mr. Christian’s ridiculous claims, noted that:
Created to maintain the stability of the modern democratic German state, various officials within the Office for the Protection of the Constitution have expressed concern regarding the substantial growth of the populist right in Germany.
In particular, many officials are seemingly afraid of growing public dissatisfaction with the various left-wing policies pushed by the last number of federal governments, especially on issues to do with immigration and the constant push towards multiculturalism.
Over the last number of years, the German establishment has been extremely keen to crush such dissent, having repeatedly attacked those fleeing multiculturalism as dangerous extremists.
or example, research into the phenomena published back in 2016 was keen to label such countryside residents as extremists, claiming that — although they mostly avoid getting involved in politics, and largely try to get along with their neighbours — they are secretly racists.
“While at first glance the men and women seem just to be engaging in cultural and traditional activities, they don’t accept migrants, refugees, democrats, and homosexuals in their society,” one report by a hardline left-wing organisation claimed.
Fortunately, the smears and attacks don’t seem to have worked at sidelining those who question Germany’s obsession with multiculturalism and refusal to deal with the threat posed by migrants. Instead, AfD has continued to rise in popularity and the populist AfD is now the single most popular political group in the east of the country.
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