Giuseppe Sandro Mela.
Herr Cem Özdemir è alto esponente dei Grüne. Nessun commento da parte di Frau Merkel o di qualche socialdemocratico. Che siano loro i mandanti?
Sono i problemi sociali ed economici che innescano i movimenti di protesta, fino alla rivolta. Reprimere e conculcare quanti si siano ribellati all’ingiustizia non elimina la causa dell’ingiustizia stessa, e spinge sempre più Patrioti a scendere in piaxxa.
Dal 17 novembre i Gilets Jaunes scendono in piazza a dimostrare contro la Presidenza Macron, piegandola in parte sia pur piccola. Hanno pagato il loro tributo alla lotta contro il tiranno: sono dieci i morti che si contano.
Il regime di Parigi ha reagito come tutti i regimi: polizia, pestaggi. ed arresti.
Difficile vedere una qualche differenza comportamentale tra Mr Macron ed Mr Kim Jong-un.
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Ma anche in Germania l’attuale élite dominate, liberal socialista. sente vacillare il suo potere.
Anche in questo caso, invece di interrogarsi sul perché l’Elettorato non voti più la Cdu, la Csu e la Spd, e si rivolga invece agli altri partiti, primo tra tutti AfD, the power that be tenta di demonizzare come nemici coloro che dovrebbero essere considerati solo avversari politici, ed adesso anche cerca di ammazzarli fisicamente.
La violenza fisica segue quasi invariabilmente a quella verbale.
«A member of parliament for Germany’s far-right AfD party was severely beaten in the street in Bremen on Monday evening»
«in what police said was probably a politically motivated attack»
«Frank Magnitz, who is also the AfD’s Bremen chairman, was seriously injured by three masked men who knocked him out with a piece of wood and kicked him in the head as he lay on the ground, the AfD’s branch in the city»
«The Bremen prosecutors’ office and a unit of the Federal Crime Office responsible for investigating politically motivated incidents are investigating»
«The AfD is more and more the target of left-wing attacks, which the other parties fail to condemn or even support»
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Si stanno avvicinando le elezioni europee e, soprattutto, quelle politiche in sette stati dell’Unione Europea. In Consiglio Europeo e l’Europarlamento a fine anno saranno profondamente diversi: gran parte degli attuali gerarchi sarà allontanata dal potere da un tratto di matita sulle schede, sempre che le elezioni non finiscano come quelle presidenziali in Austria.
Se gli eurocrati sono disperati, i capi di stato e di governo europei non sono da meno. Mr Macron vive oramai rintanato nel bunker dell’Eliseo, Frau Merkel è la desaparecida della Germania e la Cdu continua a ristagnare abbandonata dagli Elettori. I superbi enza speranza uccidono.
Questi sono i gesti disperati del regime.
Ci si prepari.
I liberal socialisti sono disposti a tutto pur di non perdere il potere che hanno.
→ Bloomberg. 201901-08. German AfD Lawmaker Severely Injured in Bremen Street Attack
A member of parliament for Germany’s far-right AfD party was severely beaten in the street in Bremen on Monday evening in what police said was probably a politically motivated attack.
Frank Magnitz, who is also the AfD’s Bremen chairman, was seriously injured by three masked men who knocked him out with a piece of wood and kicked him in the head as he lay on the ground, the AfD’s branch in the city said in a statement on Facebook. A passing construction worker stepped in to end the attack, the party said.
The Bremen prosecutors’ office and a unit of the Federal Crime Office responsible for investigating politically motivated incidents are investigating, Bremen police said.
The Bremen AfD said Monday’s attack represents “a black day for democracy in Germany” and accused rival political parties of supporting extreme left-wing “Antifa” activists.
“The AfD is more and more the target of left-wing attacks, which the other parties fail to condemn or even support,” the party said.
→ Deutsche Welle. 201901-08. Attackers knock Bremen AfD leader Frank Magnitz unconscious in street
Police have launched an investigation after the Bremen state chairman of the far-right Alternative for Germany was attacked by three masked men. Frank Magnitz was knocked unconscious with a piece of wood.
Police are looking for three men who attacked and injured Frank Magnitz, party leader of the right-wing populist Alternative for Germany (AfD) in the city state of Bremen.
A police report said the incident happened on Monday afternoon, near Bremen’s Goetheplatz.
Magnitz, a member of Germany’s lower house of parliament, was attacked by three masked men, AfD party officials said in a statement.
Magnitz had left a New Year reception hosted by local newspaper the Weser-Kurier shortly before.
He was knocked unconscious with a piece of wood and kicked in the head as he lay on the ground, the party said.
A construction worker was said to have intervened and stopped the attack.
The 66-year-old Magnitz was reported to be in hospital, having sustained “severe” injuries.
Police said that, given Magnitz’s position, they were treating the incident as a “politically motivated act.” A probe has been launched by police and prosecutors, with investigators appealing for witnesses.
Former Green Party co-leader Cem Özdemir was among several politicians who reacted with shock to the news.
“There is no justification for violence, even against the AfD,” wrote Özdemir on Twitter. “Whoever fights hatred with hatred allows hate to win in the end.”
Police last week arrested three men in the eastern German town of Döbeln, after an explosion outside an AfD local office in the town. The men were later released, with police saying there was not sufficient evidence to hold them in custody.
Police have reported several attacks against AfD offices in the state of Saxony, where Döbeln is located, in recent weeks.