A group in Germany seems to have morphed from Hitler fanboys into something more ominous for the Federal Republic. Anton has translated a brief news segment and written a report.
Many thanks to Vlad Tepes for the subtitling:
“Reichsbürger” planning to build an army
GERMANY. Tension is growing in Germany, Europe’s largest country, following Angela Merkel’s disastrous abandonment of the German national border. Since September 2015 millions of predominantly illegal immigrants have entered the country, living off German state welfare payments and occupying newly-constructed housing estates the German government has been building for them.
In reaction to the waves of rapes, — especially gang rapes, where the victims have included both men and women — daily stabbings, murders, nail bombings, suicide bombing and attacks using heavy goods vehicles, a right-wing group known as the “Reichsbürger” has grown enormously.
In the last 12 months, this group, which refuses to recognise Angela Merkel’s government, has grown officially from 10,000 to 15,600 in a single year. As violence continues to spread across the continent, new members are being recruited weekly.
The German Federal Homeland Security Agency (Verfassungsschutz) has indications that the “Reichsbürger” (named after Adolf Hitler’s Third Reich) are armed and dangerous.
Many members of the group have military training, having served their national conscription, a six-month term of compulsory national service in the German state army. Forced military conscription was launched in 1956 and abandoned in 2011 under Chancellor Angela Merkel.
According to police records, at least 20% of the group have a license to legally carry firearms.
Similar movements — such as “Sons of Odin” in Scandinavia, “Golden Dawn” in Greece and the Sardinian Action Party in Italy — can be seen expanding along Europe’s front line to meet the threat posed by uncontrolled migratory flows from the Islamic Middle East and Africa.
Civil unrest has been growing in time with the demise of domestic security, as rising crime statistics underline the public fear caused by the European Union’s political agenda of supporting, legalising and carrying out mass illegal immigration into Europe.
|00:00||The number of so-called “Reichsbürger” has grown nationwide from 10,000 to 15,600 within a year.|
|00:07||FOCUS [Online Magazine] quoted a homeland-security agent. The right-wing group|
|00:11||are said to be building their own army.|