Flash grenades, automatic weapons. Germany cracks down on “criminals”. Only it is not about clan criminals, rapists or murderers. Kid gloves and suspended sentences are still in place for these under the current government. The regime, which appears increasingly criminal from the outside, relies on attacks and intimidation of government critics. The procedure in China is in no way inferior.
It is completely crazy what has become of this Germany under the “traffic light government”. In contrast, the autocratic Merkel dictatorship was a children’s birthday party. The state drops all masks. Democracy was yesterday – replaced by sheer state terror.
The German Federal Criminal Police Office carried out a “day of action” against “Internet rabble-rousers”. Stun grenades were fired into the homes of elderly citizens and their homes were stormed with automatic weapons. The intention is clear: the regime wants to show who is in power. Punish one, educate hundreds – it is the Chinese Mao principle that is now being made the norm in Germany.
With the “8th nationwide day of action against hate postings” the German regime has shown the people what they think of them – and where the taxpayers’ place is. IIn 14 federal states, 91 apartments were stormed with brutal force because their tenants or owners made an unwanted expression of opinion. According to current law, such attacks are of course illegal because they are not appropriate. In official work one has to choose the mildest appropriate means.
It cannot be assumed that a German pensioner who, for example, posts “Scheiss Baerbock” uses weapons of war to defend himself against approaching police officers. It would perhaps be appropriate for two officers to ring the doorbell and make a polite but firm statement about the danger. They can determine whether Ms. Baerbock or the state is actually in danger, they can record their perceptions and report them. In fact, a functioning democracy in such a situation would neither accept a criminal offense nor use its police for such senseless actions. Especially not when entire districts have already been taken over by organized criminals.
We have compiled some applicable principles for lawful policing in a democratic constitutional state here:
The principle of the primacy of the law means that the executive power – and thus in particular the police – must act in accordance with the law. You must not violate the applicable law and must refrain from any measures that contradict the law. The principle of the primacy of the law is comprehensive and applies to all activities of executive power.
The principle of the reservation of the law is to be understood that the executive power may only intervene in the rights of the citizen and thus also in the sphere of freedom protected by fundamental rights if there is a legal basis for this that provides the framework and the prerequisites for intervention in individual cases sufficiently specific.
It has always been the aim of all professional ethical efforts in the police force to create a climate. which does not even allow the population to have doubts about the democratic and law-abiding conviction of the police officers. Police misconduct or even police attacks on citizens, especially on people with little power to complain. cannot be accepted in any way. because it undermines the respect and confidence of the population in the way the police operate.
Ethics in police management, BKA research series 42, page 20 (very readable work!)
All police action must be based on a legal basis. Human rights may only be interfered with if there is a legal authorization to do so.
For comparison, police powers in Austria
A state that relies on intensive violence against unwanted expressions of opinion should not be surprised if law-abiding citizens question its legitimacy. Because he is now moving far outside the permissible and reasonable legal and constitutional arc. It is clear that such actions are not consistent with the goal of peace, compromise and consensus of police action. Those who do their citizens objectively evident injustice not only shake people’s trust in the rule of law, they ultimately provoke resistance from those who have nothing left to lose or have already lost too much from the state. This is a situation that no one would want in a civilized country. On the contrary, the well-behaved, tax-paying population of Germany in particular demands protection, security and the rule of law. There must be no room for arbitrariness and encroachment.
As a result of the violent excesses against presumably mostly peaceful, concerned citizens the Berlin police mocked the population and threatened further attacks:
In any case, it’s slowly becoming clear why Germany’s police force is becoming more and more militarized and one tank after another is being bought. This, too, is reminiscent of China, which is celebrated as a role model by leading elites such as Klaus Schwab’s WEF.