In the following video you’ll see a German man reading out loud from the Grundgesetz, the Constitution of the Federal Republic of Germany. Afterwards he is tackled from behind without warning and arrested by several police officers. Presumably his devotion to the founding document of the Bundesrepublik marks him as a domestic terrorist and an Enemy of the State.
|00:03||Article 30. —Strength in unity! —The demand. It’s our last.|
|00:18||Article 36: The fundamental rights enshrined in this Constitution|
|00:24||are binding on legislation, executive power|
|00:32||and jurisprudence as directly applicable law. —Yes!|
|00:43||Article 37: Under no circumstances|
|00:47||may the essential content of a fundamental right be affected.|
|01:00||Peace, freedom, no dictatorship! —Hey!|
|01:29||Your identification? —What are you doing? —You have eyes. —Stop badgering the poor guy.|
|01:35||You are cowards, all cowards. —Where’s the pocketknife. —Pocketknife. — S***!|
|01:47||Hello! Who are you? —Who am I?|
|01:56||I’m not saying a thing. Nothing. It’s going to keep going, man. Yep, it’s going to continue.|
|02:16||It’s only taken thirty years.