Last week a 16-year-old native German was stabbed and killed in Hamburg by one of those “southerners”, who has yet to be apprehended. The news of the murder did not make it into the national media in Germany — after all, it was just one white boy who was killed, and he doesn’t merit the same attention as all those brown people massacred by the Russians and the Assad regime in Aleppo, or all the Palestinians slaughtered by the Zionist Entity, or all the blacks murdered by white police officers in the USA.
If you’re a German, and you try to mourn for a fellow German who was murdered by a “southern-looking” person, you are racist xenophobe, and thereby become a valid target for the “anti-fascists” of the Left. The local Hamburg Antifas felt quite justified in their attempt to suppress any public expression of grief by their fellow citizens for the murdered boy.
Many thanks to Nash Montana for translating this article from Philosophia Perennis:
Antifas attack attendees of candlelight vigil for murdered 16-year-old
Barely acknowledged by the big media, a brutal crime occurred in Hamburg a few days ago: A 16-year-old was ambushed from behind while he was walking along the Alster with his 15-year-old girlfriend. He was stabbed multiple times [and killed], and the girlfriend was pushed into the Alster.
Many people were shocked, despite the persistent silence from the media about the incident. To express their mourning, within a short time they organized a candlelight vigil. They lit candles, put down flowers and grieved mostly in silence.
In the meantime it’s almost redundant to mention that not one politician of any of the big parties even showed up to commemorate or express solidarity.
Only the Hamburg AfD (Alternative für Deutschland, Alternative for Germany) had planned to lay down a wreath. But because that became public knowledge, a gang of left-populists, radicals and extremists decided to interrupt the memorial ceremony. The Hamburg Antifa (Anti-Fascist Action) publicly announced their action. The people attending the ceremony found themselves surrounded by Antifas, and the ceremony could only continue after the police provided protection.
Attendees at the ceremony report in social networks that only with the protection of four police officers — followed by three or four hooded Antifas who aggressively “glued” (not literally) themselves to the attendees —were they able to leave the scene of the memorial.
Markus Hibbeler followed closely the comments made on Facebook by attendees, and he wrote:
“The attendees at the memorial were normal people from the middle of our society, families with small children etc. I myself wasn’t on location, but friends of mine were. I have also seen multiple photos and videos, all of which show what happened.”
How much does one have to hate the freedom in our country? It is a disgrace that a memorial for a victim of a brutal murder cannot take place peacefully!