“Politicians should focus more on preventing such anti-Semites from entering the country in the first place. And those who are in the country and do not specifically have German citizenship should only be released if they return to their country. Politics must now take a very clear stance on this,” says renowned police unionist Heiko Tegtz in a recent interview with the renowned German news platform Tisch Insight.
Heiko Tegatz is vice-president of the German Police Union (DPolG) and head of the Federal Police Union. He has been advocating fixed border controls for years. Now he speaks with Tichy’s insight about the current dangerous situation: “At the moment we have this phenomenon where we have really concentrated layers bombarding each other. We have latent situations like the migration situation, where the federal police are completely stretched with their forces so that they can no longer support the states.
Asked whether bollards will soon have to be installed everywhere and whether two police officers will have to keep an eye on them, Heiko Tegatz says: “We first have to start stopping this type of influx (note: anti-Semitic immigrants ) approach). , before we think about how we can prepare ourselves to protect Jewish institutions in Germany. Because soon it will be party headquarters or sports clubs or, God knows what else. It cannot go on like this Can.”
However, executive branch support by politicians for truly consistent border security, as demanded by police trade unionists, will probably not happen so soon: like the Austrian federal government, the government in Berlin still fears EU criminals. If illegal immigrants are actually stopped at the border and immediately pushed back, there will be crackdowns and critical reports on left-leaning media as well as fee-based TV.
A country’s right to self-defense and protection of its citizens clearly still matters less than the opinions of EU bureaucrats and still-blind asylum lobbyists.