A few days ago a German man was stabbed to death by culture-enrichers in the town of Chemnitz, in the former DDR. Large demonstrations have occurred as a result, causing palpitations in the media about “neo-Nazis”.
Notice the equivocal tone in the news report below: “An argument… became physical” and a man died. There’s no word about the ethnicity of the murderers except that they were of “different nationalities”. However, according to the translator, a day or so after the attack it was finally reported that one was an Iraqi and the other a Syrian.
Many thanks to MissPiggy for the translation, and to Vlad Tepes for the subtitling:
Media reports on Chemnitz:
|00:00||A German man dead. As a result, the organizers have canceled the city festival.|
|00:05||An argument between men of different nationalities became physical,|
|00:09||a 35-year-old German died.|
|00:13||Yesterday evening several men got into a fight; a 35-year-old died.|
|00:17||Two other men were seriously wounded. According to media reports,|
|00:21||a knife was involved. The police do not want to confirm that. How it came|
|00:25||to the dispute is unknown. The state attorney’s office and the police|
|00:29||are investigating the case as a homicide. Police Officer: “After|
|00:33||the dispute, several people had fled from the scene, the assigned officers|
|00:37||immediately began their murder investigation. We then also apprehended|
|00:41||two men who had fled the scene of the crime. Whether these two|
|00:45||men were actually involved in the offense will be determined.”|
|00:49||In the afternoon after noon, several hundred people came together for rallies|
|00:53||in the inner city of Chemnitz, organized over social media.|
|00:57||A Twitter post claims that a spontaneous march of Chemnitzer Ultras soccer fans|
|01:01||had reached around 1,000 people in the afternoon, who marched through the city.|
|01:06||The police controlled the situation with numerous officers.