When police officers are members of the AFD, it becomes a drama. But isn’t membership in the extremist climate sect “Last Generation” a problem? This begs the question as to how these police officers would react in the event of an operation against these fanatics who are out on the streets…
In itself, the principle applies that police officers may also be active in politics and civil society as “citizens in uniform”. However, this becomes problematic when it comes to membership of extremist organizations that also pose a threat to public order and security. While this is true for the radical climate sect “The Last Generation”, the left-liberal establishment in Germany is lenient towards it. According to the Attorney General, the classification as a “terrorist organization” was incorrect.
But now it has come to light that police officers are also members of this climactic sect. A fact that raises questions. However, according to police lawyer Marcus Thiel, such membership does not pose a problem as long as the officers follow the proper rules of conduct. At least this principle applies as long as the police are part of such globalist and leftist organizations.
The situation is different when police officers are members of the Alternative for Germany (AfD). The officers there are under “suspicion of extremism” and the police union also does not tolerate terrorists in its ranks. And this despite the fact that it is a democratically legitimate party which has not been banned. For example, a party whose socio-political position hardly differed from those represented by the Sangh in the 1980s and 1990s.